Zeroconfig
zeroconfig@zeroid.bit

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Zeroconfig commented on Differentiation's post: Why.
Zeroconfig commented on Differentiation's post: Oh? What happens to your previous posts?
Zeroconfig commented on Blurhy's post: @styromaniac@zeroid.bit: I don't think he's a spammer. But something strange happened on two proxies which now no longer have diff@zeroid.bit Edit: he removed them himself, not sure why.
Zeroconfig commented on Caropc4's post: Are these images compressed by you?
Zeroconfig commented on 題ァ∽ク秘埓莉・逅ァ」悟、エ蜒丈クコ陬ょ序's post: He can simply ignore you, he doesn't have to make a fuss about it.
Zeroconfig commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: See my response: http://127.0.0.1:43110/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:1546089919_1L4dZcDF2maSKHDy788yhxpYnBWnXadUtS/
Zeroconfig commented on Styromaniac's post: I can see them blocking 127.0.0.1 one day actually (zeronet.io definitely) and only allowing access to it in "developer mode", Google has been trying for some time now to get rid of the URL bar even, can't give users too much control over their flow of information.
Zeroconfig commented on Blurhy's post: Oh? So no possibility of being compatible with IPFS or other networks?
Zeroconfig commented on Blurhy's post: Don't worry about the name, let's hope it can be merged into ZeroNet. I vote for ZeroNet-IPFS
Zeroconfig commented on Blurhy's post: Thank you for working on ZeroNet by the way, I appreciate that
Zeroconfig commented on Styromaniac's post: @Geekless: It is more convenient, but this could diminish performance. If it's easier to implement a python-only solution first then go with that and if Python becomes too much of a bottle-neck move to a compiled solution, mind you we're already using compiled code in ZeroNet (libsecp256k1)
Zeroconfig commented on Blurhy's post: @blurHY: I meant did you intend to comment on @Styromaniac's post.
Zeroconfig commented on Styromaniac's post: Yep. It is only confusing. Or do you mean keeping Axonet
Zeroconfig commented on Blurhy's post: Did you mean to comment? Anyway that's true it's better than relying on trackers
Zeroconfig commented on Styromaniac's post: You'll still need bootstrap nodes, yet a good start for implementing DHT would be OpenDHT: https://github.com/savoirfairelinux/opendht https://github.com/savoirfairelinux/opendht/tree/master/python/tools
Zeroconfig commented on Blurhy's post: You're pretty talented for a 14 year old I give you that :)
Zeroconfig commented on Blurhy's post: What ~~the fuck~~ is this? Are you monitoring all ZeroNet users?

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