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ks commented on Styromaniac's post: @leftside: Yes, the fixpoints are 32 °F (~ freezing point of water) and 212 °F (~ boiling point of water).
ks commented on Styromaniac's post: @leftside: Actually, c = (f - 32) * 5 / 9
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ks commented on ks's post: @klu9@zeroid.bit: Thanks, I landed in the ZeroWiki now and I can see the links. :)
ks commented on ks's post: @klu9@zeroid.bit: Software should never try to outsmart its users, IMHO. I have never heard about Peeper and Sakana before. Unfortunately, your link just leeds me to an empty Talk post.
ks commented on ks's post: @leftside: Stop your nonsense, I was not trying to make korean sushi.
ks commented on ks's post: @leftside: You ought to cut me some slack. First of all I was not attempting to make gimbap – a word I didn't know existed until you wrote it. Instead it was my very first attempt at making cucumber sushi rolls. And more than anything, the experiment was about getting the rice right and being able to wrap it in nori into rolls. I'm pretty satisfied with the result.
ks commented on ks's post: @caryoscelus: Ok, ZeroMe then, that doesn't make it better. In fact, I find it completely unacceptable. I don't want to go through the trouble of replacing and manually signing, though.
ks commented on ks's post: @ks: I found it on the disk: ZeroNet seems to have converted a 46450 bytes WebP to a 89924 bytes JPEG. Not cool, ZeroNet! 😒
ks commented on ks's post: @caryoscelus: I am 100% certain I uploaded a WebP this time, there was not a JPEG in sight. Does that mean ZeroNet converts images without telling me?
ks commented on ks's post: @Nekocross: Did I make a mistake and uploaded the JPEG version of the image?
ks commented on ks's post: Cool!
ks commented on ks's post: @Kaffie: Is this you: ``` tcp6 0 0 fc2a:e8f2:3f9c:52:15441 fcfc:34ca:f762:77:62892 ESTABLISHED 15908/zeronetd ``` :)
ks commented on ks's post: Hm, they seem to be connections to and from ‘myself’: ``` tcp6 0 0 fc2a:e8f2:3f9c:52:15441 fc2a:e8f2:3f9c:52:55370 ESTABLISHED 24238/zeronetd tcp6 0 0 fc2a:e8f2:3f9c:52:55370 fc2a:e8f2:3f9c:52:15441 ESTABLISHED 24238/zeronetd ```
ks commented on ks's post: Oh, I just saw some incoming cjdns connections!!! They didn't stay for long, though…
ks commented on ks's post: @Kaffie: Thanks. I can see that ZN now connects to some other sites over UDP (often, but not always, to port 6969). Do I have to open any ports in my firewall? And do I have to give zeronet some arguments when starting?
ks commented on ks's post: @Kaffie: Sorry, yes the port is 15441. How do I add my node as a tracker. I thought it was enough to tell ZN about my external IP addresses, but I guess I was wrong.
ks commented on ks's post: I haven't looked in the code, but if ZeroNet is rejecting private IP addresses (as in `ip.is_private() is True`), cjdns addresses will be rejected. I see several ‘traditional’ IPv6 connections, but never IPv6 connections from cjdns or yggdrasil peers.
ks commented on ks's post: I'm not sure about the cjdns tracker. How do I set that up? I have entered the cjdns IP under ip_external, but I have never seen any connections to my ZeroNet instance. The host is zdani.fc00.dk.
ks commented on Styromaniac's post: I've been using TINC for years to create a VPN between my LAN devices at home and my VPSes remote. Works like a charm. I haven't gotten around to setting it up on Androïd, though.
ks commented on Styromaniac's post: ```sh $ for i in 1 2 3 ; do echo $i $(makename cvcvcv) ; done 1 samube 2 nagixa 3 lucoro ```
ks commented on Styromaniac's post: @猫叉酱: Not if you're using a caching resolver. A few days ago I instructed unbound to get the results from cloudflare-dns.com over TLS, rather than resolving everything on its own.It works very well and I haven't noticed any slowdown.
ks commented on Musickiller's post: That's a pretty good desciption of an introvert trapped in the extravert game. I feel your pain.
ks commented on Musickiller's post: Wasn't the BitMessage registration something Erkan Yılmaz ran (and he has abandoned the ship a looong time ago)?
ks commented on Musickiller's post: Before doing military service you probably never were away from family or friends long enough to miss them. Now you have found your limit in that direction.
ks commented on Styromaniac's post: Have you ever given Secure Scuttlebutt a chance? It's fully P2P (as in ‘mesh’). It doesn't even use DHT trackers. * https://www.scuttlebutt.nz/ Suggestion: Start with the Patchwork client, then find another one that suits you better. * https://www.scuttlebutt.nz/applications.html Downside: Unfortunately most of the clients are written in NodeJS. 😒
ks commented on Musickiller's post: @styromaniac@zeroid.bit: It's a mobile client for Secure Scuttlebutt: * https://github.com/staltz/mmmmm-mobile * https://www.scuttlebutt.nz/
ks commented on Musickiller's post: Both the DAT Installer and M⁵ crash on my phone. 😒
ks commented on ulrichard's post: The only opinion I have is as they seem very pricey. But yes, they are niche products and phones sometimes cost twice the amount.
ks commented on ulrichard's post: — and it's written in JS.
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ks commented on Eibriel's post: It's like a very boring episode from Black Mirror – gone wrong.
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ks commented on Eibriel's post: @Eibriel: Anyway, it's the only sane way to indicate content on IPFS (or DAT or SSB). I may have IPFS running locally, but not on port 8080, so I have to rewrite the URL anyway. Linking to third party gateways is not the way to do it either. Use `ipfs://` and people may configure their own URL opener.
ks commented on Eibriel's post: @Eibriel: It is implemented in Firefox 59+: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/59.0/releasenotes/ > Enhanced WebExtensions API including better support for decentralized protocols and the ability to dynamically register content scripts
ks commented on Eibriel's post: How about using `ipfs://` (supported by [Firefox 59+](https://blog.mozilla.org/addons/2018/01/26/extensions-firefox-59/ "Extensions in Firefox 59"))?
ks commented on ks's post: @Musickiller: :D
ks commented on ulrichard's post: @ulrichard: Well, that's SonnetLabs' loss that they make themselves almost uncontactable.
ks commented on ulrichard's post: @ulrichard: Perhaps try over Twitter ⌘ https://twitter.com/SonnetLabs
ks commented on ulrichard's post: @ulrichard: Thanks for pointing that out, my reading was obviously too superficial. And yes, you're right: Many other crowdfunded projects have much greater delays.
ks commented on ulrichard's post: @ulrichard: Yes, it seems like it. It's still a small, cool device. As many crowdfunded projects they are behind schedule. The Indiegogo campaign estimates shipping in December 2017 but they're still talking about pre-orders on their homepage. It would be nice to have some reviews from people who have actually tried the device.
ks commented on ulrichard's post: Somebody on [Secure Scuttlebutt](https://www.scuttlebutt.nz/) mentioned it nine months ago, saying > Based on the modulation method (CSS - Chirp Spread Spectrum) and the frequencies (915/868/433MHz) it looks like the Sonnet device in that Kickstarter is using LoRa. LoRA is intended for low-bandwith, long-distance, long battery life. Think <50kbps.
ks commented on Musickiller's post: I agree with the P2P thing. There's one thing that Scuttlebutt (Patchwork and other clients) can do: Operate offline. You can browse your timeline (as downloaded), comment on posts and send private messages all while you're offline. Everything is just put in a queue. And once you're online, messages will start propagating through the network. In fact, one of the design specifications is that it is still useful offline.
ks commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Ok, so I misunderstood you. Frank M. Ahearn has written a book called “How to disappear” that is worth reading. However, I'm not sure it solves all aspects of “being in touch”.
ks commented on Musickiller's post: Also, it is not nice to put the blame on somebody else. I presume you cannot buy anonymous SIM cards there?
ks commented on ulrichard's post: @ulrichard: I guess you're right.
ks commented on ulrichard's post: @ulrichard: Over a period an adversary could probably deduce when there is nobody home and decide the best time to raid a house.
ks commented on ulrichard's post: @ulrichard: It's also a bit scary, innit? We don't know whether it's encrypted or not, and in the article you linked to he could read the meters of the entire neighborhood.
ks commented on ulrichard's post: @ulrichard: I have a meter from Kamstrup. Apparently it used “Radio Mesh”, whatever that is… https://www.kamstrup.com/da-dk/produkter-loesninger/maaleraflaesning/maaleraflaesning-via-netvaerk/radiomesh (in Danish)
ks commented on Musickiller's post: It has been made into a movie, [The Dreamers](https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0309987/ "IMDb: The Dreamers (2003)"). I've watched it several times. It's very good. I believe I have the novel in English, somewhere… _Update:_ Yes I do. The cover says > A version of this book originally entitled _The Holy Innocents_ was published in 1988.
ks commented on Binchan's post: That's a nice and generous writeup, @Binchan. :)
ks commented on ulrichard's post: Haha, yes, I remember. Shame I don't use Twister anymore, but thanks for digging it up! :)
ks commented on Emeraude's post: Try the fully decentralized SoMe platfor, Scuttlebutt ⌘ https://www.scuttlebutt.nz/
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ks commented on Krixano's post: @Krixano: Thanks!
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ks commented on Krixano's post: What's the difference?
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ks commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Your ‘flower’ looks like a distant cousin to imagery you can see when taking LSD (acid) or shrooms.
ks commented on Musickiller's post: Would be fun to see what acid could do to your artistry. 😉
ks commented on Binchan's post: @Binchan: Yes, [a self-hosted instance of] SearX has been my default search engine for months. Highly commendable.
ks commented on Binchan's post: You meant _meta_, not _mega_, right?
ks commented on Krixano's post: I an using [Electrum](https://electrum.org/) on my desktop and [Mycelium](https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mycelium.wallet) on my phone.
ks commented on ZAlex's post: Your hobbies and your chosen specialty is your hobbies and your chosen specialty, not theirs. Just learn to ignore their comments and move on.
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ks commented on Musickiller's post: Humans are very predictable. I'm pretty sure Persik has figured out all of your habits and behaviour patterns a long time ago, and he knows that when you do this it's because you will be going to bed soon and he is not welcome there. I had a cat similar to Persik. Rasmus was his name. Whenever I had to leave the house he would sit by the door and saying goodbye to me (my interpretation). One day he sat there, but I woulsdn't be leaving until 1-1½ hour later. So I asked him “Rasmus, how come you're sitting there, it will be at least another hour before I leave?” Then it dawned on me: Long before I leave the house I go through the same ritual: having breakfast, brushing teeth, getting dressed and so on. And all these little rituals add up to 1 hour or more. So when Rasmus had spotted the first of the rituals he knew that I would be leaving soon and he went to sit by the door. Cats are indeed smart.
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ks commented on Musickiller's post: It has got nothing to do with racism. It has got everything to do with you not having bothered to differentiate between the various Chinese glyphs. Instead you have prematurely concluded that it all looks the same. It is not necessary to learn the meaning of each Chinese glyph in order differentiate between them. It could be useful to learn the elements that are used to make up a glyph, though. Or you could just continue thinking that all the glyphs look the same. The choice is yours.
ks commented on Musickiller's post: Dutch, not Danes. Hihihihi! :)
ks commented on Zerobunker's post: Why would we want to click on random YouTube links when there is no indication of what we will see? Come on, dude, you're not restricted by 140 characters here. You can do better!
ks commented on Musickiller's post: It sounds like an X program with a GUI. Do you start it as a `--user` service? And does it have a `DISPLAY` variable?
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ks commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: I have to agree, I'm positively surprised over Conversations. It works more or less like WhatsApp, but since I'm running my own XMPP-server (Prosody) I'm the one who is in control. I wish more of my friends were using Conversations instead of WhatsApp or, gasp, Facebook.
ks commented on ZAlex's post: (You mean port 15441.) Which is why every ZeroNet instance ought to pick a port at random at installation time instead of every node using 15441.
ks commented on ks's post: @Flyman: > Why to use FairCoin (I do not know anything about it for now) when you can use BitCoins? Different blocktime, different scope.
ks commented on ks's post: @WonderingDane: In other words: You don't have any experience with FairCoin.
ks commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: That's what I mean: I don't want to go through a whole lot of seeking just to find out what you could have easily told me since you've obviously seen the light.
ks commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: That was a poor sales pitch…
ks commented on Musickiller's post: What's the benefit of Aztec over QR?
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ks commented on Jayofthezero's post: @Jayofthezero: Exactly!
ks commented on Kaffie's post: @ulrichard: It seems to me feeds are generally being phased out so that you either have to subscribe to a damn newsletter or click around like a mad man to see if anything has changed on blogs you follow (i.e., would otherwise have subscribed to). That's a very unfortunate development.
ks commented on Kaffie's post: @ulrichard: Hm, that blog doesn't seem to have an RSS/Atom feed… 😒
ks commented on Musickiller's post: ZeroHello
ks commented on Jayofthezero's post: Banks here in Denmark have begun offering your payment card as an app on your phone so you can just wave your phone at an NFC reader at the POS (or scan a QR-code) when paying for your groceries. However, the app refuses to let me register my payment card because (1) it says the phone has an unsupported OS, and (2) the phone is rooted (I swapped Android for LineageOS). 😒
ks commented on Styromaniac's post: (I know it's not what you're asking, so just as a side note: You should know that it's really easy to install [LineageOS](https://lineageos.org/) (formerly CyanogenMod) on supported phones.)
ks commented on Styromaniac's post: @Rythyrix: I tried Delta Chat a while ago. While I like the concept, I didn't like that it messed with the seen status of some non-Delta emails.
ks commented on Kaffie's post: How come you want to put your stuff in places that is run by third party? When the guy who runs the – what's-it'called-on-mastodon? – tusk pulls the plug, your stuff is gone. As far as I can see, Mastodon has nothing to offer that Twitter or GNU Social cannot give you already, except, perhaps, more characters per post. If you want cool people, get them to use Zeronet. Or try another decentralised thing, e.g. [Scuttlebutt](https://www.scuttlebutt.nz/) (I know you've been there, the link is for those who hasn't): it's even more decentralised than Zeronet: no trackers at all (but you cannot build zites and stuff).
ks commented on ulrichard's post: I wish some of the realtors here in Denmark would let me buy a small house or a summer cabin for bitcoins.
ks commented on ks's post: @ks: That link should have been [kardiz](https://www.kardiz.com/en/).
ks commented on ks's post: @Ulrichard: Thanks, I'll take a look at xapo. Somebody recommended [https://www.kardiz.com/en/](kardiz), but as far as I can see it will only be good for payments in USD, because otherwise you end up paying 3% in fee on topu of the 5% spread of the Kraken rate.
ks commented on ks's post: @Nofish: Thanks, I'll take a look at it.
ks commented on Styromaniac's post: Except for being written in nodejs and being an immense resource hog (CPU-, RAM-, _and_ disk-wise), Scuttlebutt is a very good social network and communications platform. It's truly decentralised (as in _mesh_), with no servers or trackers. At. All.
ks commented on Firebox's post: @Firebox: ok
ks commented on Firebox's post: Zmail is already being signed and encrypted, isn't it?
ks commented on ZAlex's post: INFP here. Science says that you cannot trust the MBTI test. Yet, I've had the same experience that you had: I learned a lot about myself.
ks commented on ks's post: @P2P, @Lmath: thanks!
ks commented on ks's post: PS: It's ZeroNet 0.5.4 (Rev2054), and the ‘re-check port’ thing doesn't help: > FileServer UpnpPunch run error: UpnpError: Failed to communicate with igd using port 15441 on local machine after 3 tries.
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ks commented on Plasmmer's post: Sometimes the jokes don't begin until the understanding has been there for a while: When you learn a new language, you don't start making jokes in that language until you have a somewhat solid grasp of the language.
ks commented on Plasmmer's post: Or, from a shell (if you're running your own `namecoind`): `$ namecoin-cli name_show d/abcy`
ks commented on Plasmmer's post: https://namecha.in/name/d/abcy
ks commented on Plasmmer's post: @Mikunyan: Oh, ok. It doesn't quite sound like a service that ZeroNet should be responsible for.
ks commented on Plasmmer's post: Urgh!
ks commented on Plasmmer's post: What does time.windows.com do?
ks started following tiamat
ks commented on Nofish's post: @tiamat: that was really encouraging ;) (You're totally right, though.)
ks commented on Nofish's post: Darn!
ks commented on Mynameislegion's post: Hm…, ZeroHello thinks I'm being mentioned because @Kskarthik's username starts with ‘@ks’. Bummer.
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ks commented on ks's post: @Jayofthezero: Yes, let's say I have a bunch of long-running python scripts and I want the scripts to be able to communicate so that one script could trigger an action in another script. That sort of thing. When I think about how useful this concept was on the Amiga, I'm baffled that we don't have something similar (and I'm not talking about D-Bus here) on Linux/unix. Sure, I can open some unix sockets but I sort of have to roll my own. Why don't we have a standard that is as ubiquitous and easy to use as ARexx ports on the Amiga?
ks commented on ks's post: @Jayofthezero: You're right, but Amiga had this 30 years ago! It was not a MUST for all apps but it was very popular. And it was very nice to be able to script apps that had an ARexx port.
ks commented on ks's post: Note to self: Gotta take a closer look at [Beej's Guide to Unix IPC](https://beej.us/guide/bgipc/).
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ks commented on Binchan's post: ```py >>> from datetime import datetime >>> >>> now = datetime.now() >>> secs = now.timestamp() >>> msecs = secs * 1000 ```
ks commented on Kaffie's post: Voting up/down doesn't work, does it?
ks commented on Kaffie's post: I got an “Internal error: TypeError: argument of type 'NoneType' is not iterable” slide-in when I tried to log in using my zeroid.bit ID. Hm…, but it seems I'm logged in.
ks commented on ulrichard's post: > Approximately one in thirty £1 coins in circulation is a counterfeit. Wow, that's a lot!
ks commented on ulrichard's post: Security by obscurity: > **Hidden high security feature** – a high security feature is built into the coin to protect it from counterfeiting in the future.
ks commented on Firebox's post: We know that his wife, Mel, is present on the #morphis IRC channel on Freenode. We also know that Mel is in the process of taking over the morph.is domain and its hosting (in Iceland, I think). And if you say the certificate has been removed, perhaps she has succeeded. Perhaps she will also try to acquire the VPSes that host the public seed nodes mentioned in the source code. The source code has been cloned to e.g. Github by several individuals. It has also been cloned to a Gitlab instance (can't remember the address) where the ongoing development will take place.
ks commented on ks's post: @Mynameislegion: Cool! If you have two weeks to spare — and courage — you can take the course for free all over the world: [dhamma.org](https://www.dhamma.org/) Very recommendable!
ks commented on ks's post: @Binchan: Yes, you're right. I wrongly assumed that `.split()` would use whatever it found in `string.whitespace` as WS. I also wrongly assumed that non-unicode whitespace would always be defined as `string.whitespace`, but `shlex` has a different opinion. So I have learned that if I want to be sure that I get the desired result I should probably do the splitting ‘myself’.
ks commented on ks's post: I can get the desired result by using `shlex.split()`. However, `shlex.split()` defines whitespace as ‘ \t\n\r’, whereas `string.whitespace` also includes ‘\v\f’. Yes, I can change `self.whitespace` in the `shlex` class to include what I need.
ks commented on ks's post: @Binchan: The guy in that question is trying to get rid of ‘\xa0’, I am trying to keep them.
ks commented on ks's post: Do I expect too much? `NO-BREAK SPACE` is usually (?) used for keeping two words at the same line when wrapping lines of text. And I had somehow expected `.split()` to use `string.whitespace` (`' \t\n\r\v\f'`) as delimiters. It didn't work that way.
ks commented on ks's post: @Nekololi: Forwarding the port manually made the yellow NAT lamp turn green. Thanks again!
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ks commented on ks's post: @Nekololi: Thanks, that is very helpful! The funny thing is: RetroShare shows up in the router under UPnP, so I don't know why it feels port forwarding has failed, but I'll try and forward the port manually.
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ks commented on Nofish's post: @ks: Oh, and I forgot to mention there's also a builtin voting booth.
ks commented on Nofish's post: How come people rarely talk about [NXT](https://nxt.org/)? It is proof-of-stake and the client has built in asset exchange, currency exchange, marketplace, messaging, datacloud, and payment shuffling — and the next generation (Ardor) will introduce side chains.
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ks commented on Flyman's post: @Flyman: I have no idea, I don't care a bit about the kB (and neither should you, IMHO).
ks commented on ks's post: Hm, that didn't go well…
ks commented on Flyman's post: @Flyman: It depends on many factors, like @ulrichard said. A couple of weeks ago I sent 0.001 BTC as a test and I paid 0.00104786 BTC in tx fee. I.e., more than the amount sent. Shortly thereafter I sent 1.0 BTC to a friend, but I only paid 0.00031068 BTC in tx fee. Forget about the kB, it's of no use to you in your daily bitcoin matters.
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ks commented on Flyman's post: The receiver gets what you intend to send. The tx fee comes on top of that.
ks commented on ulrichard's post: @Flyman: If you think Linux is difficult, think again: My mother, now 91 y.o., has been using Linux for 10+ years.
ks commented on ulrichard's post: Another one that is missing is [twtxt](https://github.com/buckket/twtxt).
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ks commented on Antilibrary's post: @Antilibrary: I'm, not sure I agree. It does say that _book reading did not mediate the relationship between cognition and survival_, but it could simply be that the personality type that lives longer is also a personality type that reads books. Like a coupled gene.
ks commented on Tmoi's post: As @Binchan said: I'm from Denmark. (My ZeroMail doesn't work.)
ks commented on Tmoi's post: @Binchan: Thanks!
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ks commented on Antilibrary's post: While I haven't read the paper, one question immediately comes to mind when I read a statement like the one above: Are we looking at “books ⇒ mortality” or “mortality ⇒ books”?
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ks commented on ks's post: @P2P: Dirty, indeed!
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ks commented on ks's post: @Flyman: If you're banned, your account if effectively blocked. If you're shadow-banned, you can login and post, but your followers will not be notified and your tweets and hashtags will not show up in a search. Effectively, it means you're made invisible (except if people explicitly visits your timeline).
ks commented on Rythyrix's post: The ZeroMail on my instance hasn't been working for weeks (perhaps even months).
ks started following Flusteredcustard, Gryphraff
ks commented on ks's post: Thanks, both of you!
ks commented on Flyman's post: @Yuzu: It means that you can hear which tone a given tone is. Or find a given tone without using any instruments. It's basically like being able to tell red from blue without knowing the spectral value of the colour, just with sounds/tones instead. If that makes sense.
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ks commented on Flyman's post: **Google**: ``` "Term1" AROUND(10) "Term2" ``` to find `Term1` within 10 words from `Term2`. `AROUND` must be in a uppercase.
ks commented on Firebox's post: And there's Teapotnet ⌘ http://teapotnet.org/
ks commented on Brahman's post: Cool! Although it's difficult not to smile at the **SECURE** All files downloaded from peers are verified with SHA-1 as required by the BitTorrent specification. :)
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ks commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: Ah yes, I misread your question.
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ks commented on Styromaniac's post: It doesn't.
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ks commented on NotYourBit's post: I think this is a case of “citation needed”. There are more than 7E9 people on the Earth. Wikipedia says [7.4 billion](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_population). That's more than 318 billion copies of Shrek 3 on DVD annually. It doesn't sound credible to me.
ks commented on FraYoshi's post: How scary!
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ks commented on Firebox's post: Where do you see those numbers?
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ks commented on ks's post: @Sick Gamer: Quota for what?
ks commented on crypdick's post: @crypdick: You can either run “python2 src/main.py siteSign …” or you can open the site in the webui and do a “sign & publish” as per usual.
ks commented on ks's post: It makes me uncomforable that the gopher software (gophernicus) is written in C. And the author doesn't check return values from calls to e.g., `fgets()`.
ks commented on crypdick's post: It easy to host a static (albeit updateable) website on ZeroNet, if that's what you mean.
ks commented on crypdick's post: @Firebox: FeedHub. Being able to feed RSS/Atom feeds directly into ZeroNet would also be nice.
ks commented on Darknight's post: There is a benchmark for Python 2.7.11 (and partially for PyPy 5.0) in [#351](https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroNet/issues/351).
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ks commented on ks's post: @erqan: Holy cup noodle!
ks commented on ks's post: @erqan: Thanks! What it actually does is `/usr/bin/touch -c /usr`. How can that be important?
ks commented on Martinv's post: If you can read this comment I don't have the problem (Rev1851).
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ks commented on Nofish's post: @Nofish: No, it's just that I have already unsubscribed from ZeroTalk and 0List et al., so that ZeroMe is the only place I need to be able to mute people. If it's easier to implement one-site muting, go for it. That's far better than not being able to mute at all.
ks commented on Nofish's post: I would be fine with one-site muting.
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ks commented on NotYourBit's post: LOL!
ks commented on Jjg's post: @Jjg: Take a look in `…/zeronet/plugins/`.
ks commented on Jjg's post: @Jjg: I don't know. But you should probably run Zeronet with a multiuser setup. That way each visitor is offered a unique identity.
ks commented on Jjg's post: @Jjg: I haven't tried that, but perhaps you could add the zite address to the `http://127.0.0.1:43110` part in `Caddyfile` (provided you're gonna use Caddy)?
ks commented on Jjg's post: Btw, you shouldn't take the “no QUIC” from my short writeup seriously. Caddy has been updated several times since then and QUIC seems to work these days. Also, you most likely needn't disable HTTP/2.
ks commented on Jjg's post: @Jjg: Yes, it's pretty cool — and it makes getting and using a certificate from Let's Encrypt a breeze.
ks commented on Emeraude's post: @Ulrichard: Actually, I just meant a TOTP type of 2FA.
ks liked Binchan's post
ks commented on Jjg's post: Perhaps you can use [this](/todayilearned.bit/?Post:17) as a starting point.
ks commented on Emeraude's post: It would help if people used 2FA and installed the code generating app on their phone. Or if they'd saved their backup access codes.
ks liked Anonimos's post
ks commented on Jjg's post: Caveat: I've installed LineageOS on an old LG Nexus 5 (hammerhead) that ran CM 14 before. I became a little nervous because CM seemed to be an impasse, but the came LineageOS. It installed without any problems and runs like a charm. But of course I can't guarantee that you'll have the same experience on M8.
ks commented on Jjg's post: And I can recommend installing the TWRP recovery first: https://twrp.me/devices/htconem8gsm.html
ks commented on Jjg's post: http://wiki.lineageos.org/m8_install.html
ks commented on Jjg's post: @Jjg: https://download.lineageos.org/m8
ks commented on Jjg's post: https://download.lineageos.org/
ks commented on Jjg's post: Is your device supported by LineageOS?
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ks commented on ks's post: @Nofish: 👍
ks commented on ks's post: Not seen in Rev1851.
ks commented on Martinv's post: It looks interesting. It's a pity they've chosen Python 2 only, though. Have you tried it yourself? Now that I take a closer look, I think I actually did install it and run it for a few days, a year or two ago, then forgot all about it: https://onename.com/kseistrup
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ks commented on Firebox's post: @Firebox: Do bugfixes in Chromium flow upstream to Chriome, or would it be better to submit the bugreport to the Chrome team?
ks commented on Firebox's post: Is it a Chromium bug “only”, or does it also affect Chrome?
ks liked Firebox's post
ks commented on Firebox's post: `+subscribe`, that's what I meant with “standard approach”. It's weird that your email doesn't show up, though. I wonder if the list has some sort of quarantine for newcomers.
ks commented on ks's post: @Mynameislegion: It seems that's how the press — at large — perceives it. Let's hope they get fed up, too. I mean, it's gonna be 4 very long years if they have to report on each of Trump's alternative facts.
ks commented on ks's post: @Nofish: ah, yes: ```js Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'replace' of null at Message.renderUsername ``` (http://127.0.0.1:43110/Mail.ZeroNetwork.bit/js/all.js?lang={lang}:2486:21)
ks commented on Flyman's post: Very enjoyable!
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ks commented on Firebox's post: @Firebox: Cool!
ks commented on Firebox's post: Can it also stream MP3?
ks commented on Firebox's post: It seems that [Gmane](http://gmane.org/) is going through a rebuild, so I don't know if they carry the chromium-discuss group. But if they do, that could be a possibility.
ks commented on Firebox's post: @Firebox: I'm not sure that is possible anymore, Google Groups seem to take a non-standard approach to mailing lists.
ks commented on Firebox's post: You mean without registering on Google Groups?
ks commented on Flyman's post: The short answer is: yes You can just telnet to a mailserver and issue email related commands by hand (for clarity I have prefixed received lines with “>>>” and sent lines with “<<<”). ```sh $ telnet gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com 25 >>> 220 mx.google.com ESMTP i132si18826967wmg.30 - gsmtp <<< HELO just.an.example.com >>> 250 mx.google.com at your service <<< MAIL FROM:<> >>> 250 2.1.0 OK i132si18826967wmg.30 - gsmtp <<< RCPT TO:<probablyinvalidaddress@gmail.com> >>> 550-5.1.1 The email account that you tried to reach does not exist. Please try >>> 550-5.1.1 double-checking the recipient's email address for typos or >>> 550-5.1.1 unnecessary spaces. Learn more at >>> 550 5.1.1 https://support.google.com/mail/?p=NoSuchUser i132si18826967wmg.30 - gsmtp <<< QUIT >>> 221 2.0.0 closing connection i132si18826967wmg.30 - gsmtp ``` It would be easier to use, say, a python module instead: ```py import smtplib help(smtplib) ``` If the sender's email/domain doesn't exist, such an email will most likely be rejected by the mailserver, though, so don't get your hopes up.
ks commented on Nofish's post: @Nofish: Why would that be?
ks commented on ks's post: @weakish: Thanks.
ks liked Th3B3st's post
ks commented on Ekodjtal's post: The text is available in a JSON file in the wiki's directory on your harddrive.
ks commented on ks's post: I asked the question above because I had a friend in Brazil who originally registered with a local phone number. Several years ago he moved to Denmark, got married, and had a Danish phone number. Initially he kept his “Brazilian” WhatsApp account, but switched to a “Danish” account when he got a new phone. Apparently his former mobile provide recycles their numbers pretty fast. Yesterday, when I wanted to check my WhatsApp account list, I saw that my friend's previous WhatsApp account (the Brazilian one) had a new profile picture — and while it _could_ have been a youth photo of my friend, it clearly wasn't him. And when I asked my friend on his Danish account he confirmed that he no longer uses his Brazilian number, not even when visiting Brazil, and asked me to delete it from my phonebook. Now, the old conversation had chats and pictures that dated back to at least 2014 (that's as far as I went before I stopped scrolling). I think what has prevented the new owner of the phone number from seeing those chats is that he doesn't have my number in his phonebook, so he wouldn't get the idea of chatting me up in the first place. But what if I had sent him a “Hey man, you've got my buddy's old mobile number, how's the weather there?” message? Or the more unlikely event that I also knew the new owner? Would he be able to see the old chats that he never participated in? That's what worries me.
ks commented on ks's post: @Jjg: But is there a password to reset? Won't they just send an sms with a PIN code?
ks commented on sharky's post: Sunt eu un haiduc. 😉
ks commented on Th3B3st's post: I got Rev1839 when pulling a couple of minutes ago.
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ks commented on ks's post: @Jjg: Thanks for letting us know!!
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ks commented on Nofish's post: @Th3B3st: Sure!
ks commented on ks's post: @Shellbound: I agree!
ks commented on Flyman's post: Haha! ;D
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ks commented on ks's post: The GUI chat may be ok (I saw some screenshots from another user). For CLI chat I still recommend [kbmsgr 🡕](https://github.com/kseistrup/kbmsgr).
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ks commented on Firebox's post: @Zit: 4 shots? Accident?
ks commented on Firebox's post: Thanks for setting up the mirror. The VICE Motherboard article is far the most balanced I've read about the case so far.
ks commented on Firebox's post: May I add here that MORPHiS development is ongoing. People interested in learning more about — or contributing to — MORPHiS should join the #morphis channel on Freenode IRC. Sam's wife/widow Mel and his brother Peter are also present there. The source code has been secured. Before developing on the source code a new infrastructure is being discussed, since there are no longer access to the servers Sam set up.
ks commented on ks's post: @Firebox: Amazing!!
ks commented on ks's post: @Nofish: I agree, although it has a few factual errors (e.g., Sam had a son and a daughter, not two sons). Nothing serious, though.
ks commented on ks's post: Today there's an article on VICE Motherboard: [Why Did Police Kill an Alleged Small-Time Hacker? 🡕](https://motherboard.vice.com/read/why-did-police-kill-an-alleged-small-time-hacker-canada-sam-maloney) ([archive](https://archive.is/FLFIp))
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ks commented on ks's post: https://www.gofundme.com/support-for-fatherless-children
ks commented on ks's post: “Wife of man shot dead by London police [speaks out](http://london.ctvnews.ca/wife-of-man-shot-dead-by-london-police-speaks-out-1.3243183).” On IRC Melly said »They didn't seem to twist my words at least.«
ks commented on Firebox's post: Holy cup noodle, I just opened the Everyone stream! 😱
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ks commented on Jjg's post: @Jjg: Haha, good! :)
ks commented on Jjg's post: @Jjg: Nothing is needed here. Whenever I visit a new zite, it automagically get's added to ZeroHello.
ks commented on Jjg's post: @Jjg: Yes. Except, I think I was already seeding that site, so… Now, kaffiene.bit has the address 1Mr5rX9TauvaGReB4RjCaE6D37FJQaY5Ba. Can you see a subdir by that name in your Zeronet's ${data_dir}? And what happens if you visit [1Mr5rX9TauvaGReB4RjCaE6D37FJQaY5Ba](/1Mr5rX9TauvaGReB4RjCaE6D37FJQaY5Ba/)?
ks liked Infinisil's post
ks commented on Jjg's post: Doesn't it appear automatically when you start seeding the site? I.e., right after yiou have visited (and downloaded) the site the very first time.
ks commented on Nofish's post: @AntiGNU: You're right, I'm also only talking about merger sites here. I couldn't care less what kind of restrictions people are putting on their individual zites. When it comes to muting, I'm still pretty convinced that spammers will stop spamming if they find that nobody read or comments on their posts. I'm also pretty convinced that if we see restrictions enforced on the major hubs, then we'll end up with a one-hub-per-user situation.
ks commented on Nofish's post: @AntiGNU: the check could be built into Zeronet js. Yes, I'm aware that a spammer could alter the source so that a CAPTCHA check always returns “PASS”. There will always be bright heads around. And I'm not really for any solution that restricts what people can do (that's why solutions like third party accounts, PoW, reputation, {up,down}voting, and whatnot all sucks), I'm merely picking my brains here.
ks commented on Nofish's post: Being able to mute certain accounts saves us from requiring a Twitter/Facebook account, it doesn't rely on a tyranny of the majority to upvote a user or their posts, it doesn't prevent anybody from posting to their heart's content, it doesn't censor anything, but it does enable each individual user to make invisible posts that they don't want to see or engage in.
ks commented on Nofish's post: @AntiGNU: it could be simple math problems: what is 11 + 2
ks commented on Nofish's post: @Nofish: so is the spam.
ks commented on Nofish's post: @Nofish: I was talking about CAPTCHAs for posting.
ks commented on Nofish's post: Perhaps the best solution would be to be able to mute certain accounts. We already have the posibility of not subscribing to a spammer's zite or profile, but being able to mute could make e.g. the firehose useful even in the midst of a spammer attack.
ks commented on Nofish's post: @Nofish: I beg to differ: I would definitely stop using Zeronet if a Twitter or Facebook account were a requirement. But let's leave it at that… What happened to the CAPTCHA idea then?
ks commented on Nofish's post: @Nofish: I think the PoW should be targeted not at account creation, but at posting — like e.g. Bitmessage and MORPHiS do, to mention a few that I can remember off the top of my head. I'm aware that each of us has different CPU (or even GPU) capabilities, but I think a PoW requirement is still infinitely better than requiring an account on a third party website.
ks commented on Nofish's post: @Nofish: That's a *very* bad idea, IMHO. Having an account on a third party social network should *not* be a requirement for posting to Zeronet. Hashcash/PoW is a much better idea.
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ks commented on Martinv's post: @Martinv: You're right, I forgot about the Everyone stream.
ks liked Martinv's post
ks commented on Martinv's post: Can't you just unfollow the account?
ks commented on Sirenyc's post: Curious here: Is that series worth my while?
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ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 18, 2019

Sushi WebP

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 20, 2019Reply

@klu9@zeroid.bit: Thanks, I landed in the ZeroWiki now and I can see the links. :)

klu9@zeroid.bit · klu9@zeroid.biton Apr 20, 2019Reply

@ks:

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 20, 2019Reply

@klu9@zeroid.bit: Software should never try to outsmart its users, IMHO.
I have never heard about Peeper and Sakana before. Unfortunately, your link just leeds me to an empty Talk post.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 20, 2019Reply

@leftside: Stop your nonsense, I was not trying to make korean sushi.

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Apr 20, 2019Reply

@ks: Plain cucumber or pickled or vinegar socked one? U have to put over-night-pickled-with-salt&vinegar one. And put some sesame oil on the surface of the finished(rolled) one.
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Gim, that black seaweed sheet can't make its full flavor without sesame oil or Perila oil.
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You can put some strips of Cheddar cheese as well as ground beef which was cooked on the pan with soybean sauce or salt.
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Spinach is also a must ingredient.
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But without Yubu..? lol..

klu9@zeroid.bit · klu9@zeroid.biton Apr 19, 2019Reply

@ks: Yeah, it can be annoying the way that some 0net zites (ZeroMe, ZeroBlogs) make changes to the files; I think it's a not-fully-thought-through attempt to "save space", which your example clearly shows can actually achieve the opposite.
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I don't know if the other interfaces for the ZeroMe network (e.g. Peeper, Sakana etc) do the same.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 19, 2019Reply

@leftside: You ought to cut me some slack. First of all I was not attempting to make gimbap – a word I didn't know existed until you wrote it. Instead it was my very first attempt at making cucumber sushi rolls. And more than anything, the experiment was about getting the rice right and being able to wrap it in nori into rolls. I'm pretty satisfied with the result.

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Apr 19, 2019Reply

Gimbap without Yubu inside is like hamburger without patty inside.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 18, 2019Reply

@caryoscelus: Ok, ZeroMe then, that doesn't make it better. In fact, I find it completely unacceptable. I don't want to go through the trouble of replacing and manually signing, though.

caryoscelus · caryoscelus@zeroid.biton Apr 18, 2019Reply

@ks: it's not zeronet, it's zerome that does converting. 0net itself will happily keep webp in place of jpeg if you replace and sign it manually (or through an interface that doesn't do converting)

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 18, 2019Reply

@ks: I found it on the disk: ZeroNet seems to have converted a 46450 bytes WebP to a 89924 bytes JPEG. Not cool, ZeroNet! 😒

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 18, 2019Reply

@caryoscelus: I am 100% certain I uploaded a WebP this time, there was not a JPEG in sight. Does that mean ZeroNet converts images without telling me?

caryoscelus · caryoscelus@zeroid.biton Apr 18, 2019Reply

That still looks like jpeg, you need to manually replace it with webp (keeping extension) and re-sign

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 17, 2019

Testing the Web/P image format.

ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit · ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.biton May 05, 2019Reply

"webpjs, a script that converts webp images so they can be viewed on any browser." source

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 18, 2019Reply

@Nekocross: Did I make a mistake and uploaded the JPEG version of the image?

klu9@zeroid.bit · klu9@zeroid.biton Apr 18, 2019Reply

@Nekocross: Thanks for pointing that out.
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There are some other issues with WebP on ZeroNet, e.g.

More info: http://127.0.0.1:43110/1Ctjcvfovq6d1JWEGvM1JovCym4H6Es33L/?Post:20:Experimenting+with+images:+WebP

Nekocross · nekocross@zeroid.biton Apr 18, 2019Reply

It's converted to jpg

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Apr 18, 2019Reply

I'm getting hungry

ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit · ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.biton Apr 17, 2019Reply

image shows well

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 25, 2019

Have added cjdns to my tracker.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 30, 2019Reply

Cool!

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Jan 30, 2019Reply

@ks: Yup. That's me.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 30, 2019Reply

@Kaffie: Is this you:

tcp6 0 0 fc2a:e8f2:3f9c:52:15441 fcfc:34ca:f762:77:62892 ESTABLISHED 15908/zeronetd

:)

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Jan 30, 2019Reply

@ks: Ah. I think I'm connected now.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 30, 2019Reply

Hm, they seem to be connections to and from ‘myself’:

tcp6 0 0 fc2a:e8f2:3f9c:52:15441 fc2a:e8f2:3f9c:52:55370 ESTABLISHED 24238/zeronetd
tcp6 0 0 fc2a:e8f2:3f9c:52:55370 fc2a:e8f2:3f9c:52:15441 ESTABLISHED 24238/zeronetd
ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 30, 2019Reply

Oh, I just saw some incoming cjdns connections!!!
They didn't stay for long, though…

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 30, 2019Reply

@Kaffie: Thanks. I can see that ZN now connects to some other sites over UDP (often, but not always, to port 6969). Do I have to open any ports in my firewall? And do I have to give zeronet some arguments when starting?

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Jan 30, 2019Reply

@ks: Go into plugins and rename "disabled-bootstrapper" to "bootstrapper" (removing the disabled- in front). AFAIK that turns your node into a tracker.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 30, 2019Reply

@Kaffie: Sorry, yes the port is 15441.

How do I add my node as a tracker. I thought it was enough to tell ZN about my external IP addresses, but I guess I was wrong.

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Jan 30, 2019Reply

@ks: What's the port? 15441 as default? I tried zero://fc2a:e8f2:3f9c:52e5:5c2f:da95:9213:7bd7:15441 which should be it, yeah? That's the cjdns ip I got and it points to your site fine. But it doesn't connect as a tracker so I'm guessing either the prefix is wrong or the port.

I tried the same thing with the domain name but it doesn't seem to work with those.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 29, 2019Reply

I haven't looked in the code, but if ZeroNet is rejecting private IP addresses (as in ip.is_private() is True), cjdns addresses will be rejected.

I see several ‘traditional’ IPv6 connections, but never IPv6 connections from cjdns or yggdrasil peers.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 29, 2019Reply

I'm not sure about the cjdns tracker. How do I set that up? I have entered the cjdns IP under ip_external, but I have never seen any connections to my ZeroNet instance.

The host is zdani.fc00.dk.

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Jan 26, 2019Reply

Can you share the cjdns ip? I've been looking to test it.

Daniell · daniell@zeroid.biton Jan 25, 2019Reply

Do you have your CJDNS tracker? Could you share this one?

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Nov 02, 2018

Extinction Rebellion

https://extinctionrebellion.org/

Extinction Rebellion is an international movement using mass civil disobedience to force governments to enter WWII-level mobilisation mode, in response to climate breakdown and ecological crisis. We begin on 31/10/18, with a Declaration of Rebellion. Join us! Based on the science, we have ten years at the most to reduce CO2 emissions to zero, or the human race and most other species are at high risk of extinction within decades. Click here for the science. Click here for the guiding principles.

styromaniac@zeroid.bit · styromaniac@zeroid.biton Nov 05, 2018Reply

@Floppycasio: Climate change destabilizes habitats and causes extinctions of plant and animal species. It would be okay if it was always warmer, but you don't want change to occur while your species and the ones you know have lived with a typically cooler climate.

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Nov 05, 2018Reply

@Floppycasio: Depends if you want humans or giant vertebrates to rule the planet.

Floppycasio · floppycasio@zeroid.biton Nov 02, 2018Reply

Shouldn't we want higher levels of C02? When the earth had the highest levels of C02, there was an abundance of plants and dinosaurs.

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Nov 02, 2018Reply

Welcome back to ZeroNet

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2018

One picture says more than a thousand words

Akiraforsaken · akiraforsaken@zeroid.biton Aug 27, 2018Reply

Sad but funny

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 09, 2018Reply

@Musickiller: :D

Musickiller · musickiller@zeroid.biton Apr 08, 2018Reply

I do not get it =(

Cheng_chong · chengchong@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2018Reply

That's amazing

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Aug 31, 2017

Out of nowhere: https://www.deepl.com/translator.html far better translator than Google. Begs the question: Can Google be overtaken in search too?

caryoscelus · caryoscelus@zeroid.biton Feb 22, 2018Reply

For one thing, it is less user-friendly. For another, it uses the same model of zero cost service (or saas), without promoting importance of freedom of knowledge and technology or giving access to their databases.

Unfortunately i don't speak any of the presented non-english languages to judge quality of translation (in more meaningful way than playing with "translation chains").

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Sep 01, 2017Reply

Dang it! I need Japanese!

Also:

Italian -

Venetex tocca quota un milione di transato

MONETE COMPLEMENTARI
A 13 mesi dal debutto il circuito veneto della moneta complementare registra oltre 300 imprese scambiarsi beni e servizi. L'ad Francesco Fiore: "Promettente trend di crescita, puntiamo a raccogliere 700-800 aziende"

DeepL -

Venetex touches quota one million transits

SUPPLEMENTARY MONETS
13 months after its debut, the Veneto circuit of complementary currency records more than 300 businesses exchanging goods and services. Francesco Fiore:"Promising growth trend, we aim to collect 700-800 companies".

Google -

Venetex touches a million shares

COMPLEMENTARY COINS
At 13 months from the debut, the Venetian circuit of the complementary currency records more than 300 companies exchanging goods and services. Francesco Fiore: "Promising growth trend, we aim to collect 700-800 companies"

cloud69heartless · cloud69heartless@zeroid.biton Aug 31, 2017Reply

One day, centralized services will be phased out altogether. The premier translator will probably be running on a monetized, decentralized cloud VM such as Golem. https://golem.network/

Musickiller · musickiller@zeroid.biton Aug 31, 2017Reply

@Binchan: oh! great! let's hope for the best =)

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Aug 31, 2017Reply

@Musickiller: Coming soon

The neural networks are already training to master more languages like Mandarin, Japanese, and Russian. DeepL also intends to release an API in the coming months, allowing its superior translations to enhance other products such as digital assistants, dictionaries, language learning apps, and professional translation programs.

Musickiller · musickiller@zeroid.biton Aug 31, 2017Reply

thanks for the link!

a good question =D


oh, there's no Russian or Chinese... Google win here yet again =(

Ivesen · ivesen@zeroid.biton Aug 31, 2017Reply

I doubt google will be overtaken as best
but duckduckgo is already at the same level imo

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Aug 31, 2017Reply

The mainpage also has a link to Linguee! Awesome tool for learning and using many languages

Mkg20001 · mkg20001@zeroid.biton Aug 31, 2017Reply

Maybe. I hope that will happen.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jul 20, 2017

FairCoin

Anyone who has any experience with (or coherent thoughts about) FairCoin?

Did they just pre-mine a whole bunch of FAIR that they're now selling at €0.20 each? Or are those € owned by the entire coop?

I find it a bit difficult to wrap my head around all those fair* sites. Anyone who can ELI5?

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 30, 2018Reply

I looked into it a bit and it does have some issues. Why price items almost exact or higher than what it would cost in cash for one. It's heart is in the right place but some of the execution seems iffy.

WonderingDane · nilarsen@zeroid.biton Jul 21, 2017Reply

@ks: All I'm saying is, be careful.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jul 21, 2017Reply

@Flyman:

Why to use FairCoin (I do not know anything about it for now) when you can use BitCoins?

Different blocktime, different scope.

Flyman · flyman@zeroid.biton Jul 21, 2017Reply

@ks: I don't have any experience with FairCoin, I have a very little experience with BitCoin. Why to use FairCoin (I do not know anything about it for now) when you can use BitCoins?

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jul 21, 2017Reply

@WonderingDane: In other words: You don't have any experience with FairCoin.

WonderingDane · nilarsen@zeroid.biton Jul 20, 2017Reply

Most altcoins are scams or destined to fail imho :/

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jun 06, 2017

Bitcoin → Debitcard

Hey guys,

Are there any reliable card issuers where I can top up the card with bitcoin and then use the card at any point-of-sale (physically or on the net)?

Wanditoast · wanditoast@zeroid.biton Apr 27, 2018Reply

Also if you have a payroll outside of your country you can subscribe to bitwage.

Wanditoast · wanditoast@zeroid.biton Apr 27, 2018Reply

I used bull.com and Bitcoinoutlet.com top up a prepaid card.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jun 09, 2017Reply

@ks: That link should have been kardiz.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jun 09, 2017Reply

@Ulrichard: Thanks, I'll take a look at xapo.

Somebody recommended https://www.kardiz.com/en/, but as far as I can see it will only be good for payments in USD, because otherwise you end up paying 3% in fee on topu of the 5% spread of the Kraken rate.

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Jun 08, 2017Reply

I have a physical card from xapo. It works very well, and the conversion from BTC to FIAT happens only when I spend. I also use a virtual card from wirex (former e-coin) occasionally. Worked well so far, but there I have to top up in FIAT, so the conversion from BTC happens earlier. Just yesterday I used the virex card to pay the dyndns bill. They used an exchange rate of 2150 while the average was 2850.

Nofish · nofish@zeroid.biton Jun 08, 2017Reply

@P2P: Probably depends on shipping method, but free shipping (by simple mail) is around 3 weeks.

True · nofishes@zeroid.biton Jun 08, 2017Reply

@P2P: I guess Nofish can't answer your question, but you can check here:
http://www.pfcexpress.com

P2P · p2p@zeroid.biton Jun 08, 2017Reply

@Nofish: how much and how long it takes when shipping something from China to Hungary?

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jun 07, 2017Reply

@Nofish: Thanks, I'll take a look at it.

Nofish · nofish@zeroid.biton Jun 06, 2017Reply

I have used https://wirexapp.com/ around 1 year ago as virtual card to buy something from aliexpress and it worked well.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 28, 2017

How does ZeroNet check if port 15441 is open?
For about a week, now, ZeroNet claims that port 15441 is closed. However, the port is clearly open in my router, I can telnet to port 15441 from outside, and there are several ESTABLISHED connections to port 15441 from outside when I look at ZeroNet's TCP connections using netstat.
Should I just ignore ZeroNet's opinion about port 15441?

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 29, 2017Reply

@P2P, @Lmath: thanks!

Lmath · lmath@zeroid.biton Apr 29, 2017Reply

It use Port Checker, if this site is blocked, ZeroNet can't detect port opening.

P2P · p2p@zeroid.biton Apr 28, 2017Reply

@ks: you can always look into the code. in FileServer.pydef testOpenport

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 28, 2017Reply

PS: It's ZeroNet 0.5.4 (Rev2054), and the ‘re-check port’ thing doesn't help:

FileServer UpnpPunch run error: UpnpError: Failed to communicate with igd using port 15441 on local machine after 3 tries.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 11, 2017

Somebody pimped ZeroNet on Diaspora* ⌘ https://despora.de/posts/5fbbb9a0011c01358bba423d69c21395

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 10, 2017

Beaker is an experimental browser with builtin hosting and p2p web protocols ⌘ https://beakerbrowser.com/docs/

Border0464fred · border0464fred@zeroid.biton Apr 11, 2017Reply

@Plasmmer you where looking for something like this ?

Ranxerox · ranxerox@zeroid.biton Apr 10, 2017Reply

interesting project!

Plasmmer · plasmmer@zeroid.biton Apr 10, 2017Reply

This team can support ZeroNet instead of start his own world.
Is because some projects of a kind that the open-source is yet weak.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 10, 2017

ScuttleBot looks interesting. You only need to install Patchwork to participate.

A decentralized messaging and sharing app built on top of Secure Scuttlebutt (SSB).

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Apr 05, 2017
Mkg20001 · mkg20001@zeroid.biton Apr 05, 2017Reply

Nice!

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017

Hey guys,

Are any of you old enough to have owned and run an Amiga in all its glory? What I regularly miss on Linux is an equivalent (both funtionally and UX-wise) to the ARexx port in many Amiga programs, that enabled “all” programs to talk with one another.

Is there a canonical and easy way to do that on Linux, or do I have to roll my own with e.g. unix sockets?

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

@ks: Can't say for sure, but for all we know the problem might've simply been, "Nobody thought about it". There's gotta at least been some work done on it though. Probably buried in someone's git, or maybe, ./Old Documents 2002/ on that backup HDD sitting next to their desk.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

@Jayofthezero: Yes, let's say I have a bunch of long-running python scripts and I want the scripts to be able to communicate so that one script could trigger an action in another script. That sort of thing. When I think about how useful this concept was on the Amiga, I'm baffled that we don't have something similar (and I'm not talking about D-Bus here) on Linux/unix. Sure, I can open some unix sockets but I sort of have to roll my own. Why don't we have a standard that is as ubiquitous and easy to use as ARexx ports on the Amiga?

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

@ks: Not saying it's a bad idea, just that it'd be hard to pull off on an established platform like Linux.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

@Jayofthezero: You're right, but Amiga had this 30 years ago! It was not a MUST for all apps but it was very popular. And it was very nice to be able to script apps that had an ARexx port.

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

Oh wait, so you just want to implement it in your own programs, that's cool.

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

From what I've read it's basically a universal scripting interface? Something like that would have to have support baked into the apps, so you'd have to convince devs to implement it somehow, or compile with the support yourself. Not exactly the easiest thing to do after the fact now that Linux is already established and has a wide variety of implementations.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

Note to self: Gotta take a closer look at Beej's Guide to Unix IPC.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 27, 2017

It's just after a quarter to six ⌘ https://github.com/kseistrup/qtime

Killme · killme@zeroid.biton Apr 06, 2017Reply

good

k0re · k0re@zeroid.biton Mar 29, 2017Reply

nice

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 27, 2017

Gotta love lisp's ‘~r’ format control string:

> (format nil "~r" (ash 1 20))

"one million, forty-eight thousand, five hundred and seventy-six"
ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 23, 2017
ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 21, 2017

Sometimes Python is just plain weird:

>>> 'x y\N{NO-BREAK SPACE}z'.split()

['x', 'y', 'z']

WTF?

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 21, 2017Reply

@Binchan: Yes, you're right. I wrongly assumed that .split() would use whatever it found in string.whitespace as WS. I also wrongly assumed that non-unicode whitespace would always be defined as string.whitespace, but shlex has a different opinion. So I have learned that if I want to be sure that I get the desired result I should probably do the splitting ‘myself’.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Mar 21, 2017Reply

@ks: A little extension: Besides what you want to achieve, I guess that your post also presents a question: Is it suitable to treat ‘\xa0’ as a common delimiter?

From my first comment, there are people that want to directly convert it to space, so it's suitable to treat it as a delimiter. But some people like you want to keep it when splitting text. And it looks like that ‘\xa0’ has different use in different cases.

Also I have no answer :P

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Mar 21, 2017Reply

@ks: Thx for the puzzle (I treat your post as a puzzle :P) and the tips.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 21, 2017Reply

I can get the desired result by using shlex.split(). However, shlex.split() defines whitespace as ‘ \t\n\r’, whereas string.whitespace also includes ‘\v\f’. Yes, I can change self.whitespace in the shlex class to include what I need.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 21, 2017Reply

@Binchan: The guy in that question is trying to get rid of ‘\xa0’, I am trying to keep them.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Mar 21, 2017Reply

@ks: It seems '\N{NO-BREAK SPACE}' ('\xa0') represents space in HTML file which is encoded in Latin1. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10993612/python-removing-xa0-from-string

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 21, 2017Reply

Do I expect too much? NO-BREAK SPACE is usually (?) used for keeping two words at the same line when wrapping lines of text. And I had somehow expected .split() to use string.whitespace (' \t\n\r\v\f') as delimiters. It didn't work that way.

Aom · aom@zeroid.biton Mar 21, 2017Reply

nice

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 20, 2017
ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 19, 2017

I set up a RetroShare node to see what it's all about. The NAT lamp is yellow, the DHT lamp is green. Is that OK?

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 20, 2017Reply

@Nekololi: Forwarding the port manually made the yellow NAT lamp turn green. Thanks again!

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 20, 2017Reply

@Nekololi: Thanks, that is very helpful!
The funny thing is: RetroShare shows up in the router under UPnP, so I don't know why it feels port forwarding has failed, but I'll try and forward the port manually.

Nekololi · nekololi@zeroid.biton Mar 19, 2017Reply

sounds good if you want to participate in the dht. most reasons for not wanting to be involved in dht is if you want to run it in hidden service mode. if nat is yellow, upnp failed (or RS needs more time to get its shit together) or you need to manually forward a port.

if you are comfortable networking with strangers, add a chatserver as your friend on retroshare.rocks, and exchange your keys with people you meet in the chat rooms.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 16, 2017
Torezen · torezen@zeroid.biton Mar 17, 2017Reply

@Nofish: It would be nice if there were an exception for non-external images.

![Jacob Collier – Hideaway](merged-ZeroMe/1oranGeS2xsKZ4jVsu9SVttzgkYXu4k9v/data/users/127xneP1vvFJyc6SQZNzh2hyrkBuezpcvr/1489690172.jpg)

Sick · 185185@zeroid.biton Mar 16, 2017Reply

@Nofish: OK

Nofish · nofish@zeroid.biton Mar 16, 2017Reply

It's disabled due security reasons: external images would allow to track users.

Torezen · torezen@zeroid.biton Mar 16, 2017Reply

Jacob Collier – Hideaway

![Jacob Collier – Hideaway](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1HmJ7GadjdiQUPevaK7QXVrK4nhyCp1fSj/merged-ZeroMe/1oranGeS2xsKZ4jVsu9SVttzgkYXu4k9v/data/users/127xneP1vvFJyc6SQZNzh2hyrkBuezpcvr/1489690172.jpg)

![Jacob Collier – Hideaway](https://img.youtube.com/vi/4v3zyPEy-Po/0.jpg)

https://img.youtube.com/vi/4v3zyPEy-Po/0.jpg

Apparently inline images aren't supported. :(

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 16, 2017Reply

Hm, that didn't go well…

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 13, 2017

“Debugging is like being a detective in a crime movie where you are also the murderer.” —Filipe Fortes

Flyman · flyman@zeroid.biton Mar 14, 2017Reply

"Shoot first, think next time". "Bang, bang and into deployment". If you think enough of how to make your program, you do not need a debugger. But there is no time. Do it quick! Aaaahh! Bugs are everywhere! Let me out of here!

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 13, 2017

How to power nap ⌘ http://www.wikihow.com/Power-Nap #NappingDay

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 09, 2017

If you ever grow tired of re-editing /etc/services to include your custom services, please meet TRIMS ⌘ https://github.com/kseistrup/trims #IANA #services(5) #Python #CLI

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 08, 2017

Apparently Twitter is shadow-banning people who post about, or comment on, #Vault7 ⌘ http://schestowitz.com/Weblog/archives/2017/03/08/twitter-stands-for-censorship/

Flyman · flyman@zeroid.biton Mar 11, 2017Reply

@ks: I do not know what is twitter, but now I know it is sux. And I do not want to know difference between dirty and shitty. :-] Poor guys, they use twitter... risking to become shadow of themselves (or shadow banned, or just banned). And they want you to go through the registration. And it is like stop signal for me, like message "Flyman, you do not want to go there!". That is why I will never have any e-mail. Long live ZeroNet and other p2p things! :-]

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 10, 2017Reply

@P2P: Dirty, indeed!

P2P · p2p@zeroid.biton Mar 10, 2017Reply

@ks: shadow-banned is a dirty method used by Chinese twitter clone Weibo for many years. @Nofish: you can use this as an example in TED talk.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 10, 2017Reply

@Flyman: If you're banned, your account if effectively blocked. If you're shadow-banned, you can login and post, but your followers will not be notified and your tweets and hashtags will not show up in a search. Effectively, it means you're made invisible (except if people explicitly visits your timeline).

Flyman · flyman@zeroid.biton Mar 10, 2017Reply

What is this twitter? Is it some kind of ZeroMe, but outside ZeroNet? Why not ignore it completely like anything with censorship? And what is difference between shadow-banning and "usual" "just" banning? And why use social network where some middleman can ban you. I want users to decide for themselves who's text to see or who's text to ignore. Is it already works on ZeroMe that way? Another question: is ZeroNet only one p2p thing? Are out there other things like ZeroNet?

Nextbit · nextbit@zeroid.biton Mar 09, 2017Reply

IMHO just being a centralized system with that many users, by design, lowers the cost and increases the benefit for anyone who want to influence / control / manipulate / ..... and it applies to the good, as well as to the bad things.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Mar 09, 2017Reply

Twitter Company still tried something good, like iirc before they wanted to localize their data center. If no better choice I still hope Twitter survives because it will be more awful if the Mass (who are not interested in alternatives) can only choose Facebook (Twitter has already lost to FB in business). It may be better that community can take over the Twitter Company.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Mar 09, 2017Reply

There is not any retweet or like to any recent @wikileaks tweet ... I can still search #Vault7 for some results though.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 03, 2017

Doing Time, Doing Vipassana 🎥

http://www.karunafilms.com/doing-time-doing-vipassana-all-languag

This classic #documentary #film (offered here as streaming video) takes viewers into India’s largest prison, one of the toughest in the world, and documents the dramatic change in both inmates and guards brought about by the intro­duction of #Vipassana #meditation.

With subtitles in Amharic · Bulgarian · Burmese · Czech · Chinese · Danish · Dutch · English · Farsi · French · German · Hebrew · Hindi · Hungarian · Italian · Japanese · Korean · Portuguese · Polish · Romanian · Russian · Sinhala · Spanish · Swedish · Thai · Turkish

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 23, 2017Reply

@Mynameislegion: Cool!

If you have two weeks to spare — and courage — you can take the course for free all over the world: dhamma.org

Very recommendable!

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Mar 22, 2017Reply

I have watched it, very interesting!

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Mar 06, 2017Reply

I will watch it, thank you!

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 02, 2017

Python riddle: What does this expression evaluate to?

>>> {True: 'yes', 1: 'no', 1.0: 'maybe'}
ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 01, 2017

@Musickiller asks (on Twitter): »What has happened to the Red Hub of ZeroMe? Have I really missed so much?« and attached the screenshot below.
/cc @nofish

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 02, 2017Reply

Thanks, both of you!

Nofish · nofish@zeroid.biton Mar 01, 2017Reply

It has lots of users, so I decided not include it as default option to create new account. (if you seed it, then it will visible in the list)

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Mar 01, 2017

OnionShare is an open source tool that lets you securely and anonymously share a file of any size ⌘ https://onionshare.org/

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 28, 2017

Announcement: kbmsgr update: local username is now found automatically ⌘ https://github.com/kseistrup/kbmsgr

Get it while it's hot!

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 26, 2017

Multiformats: Self-describing values for future-proofing ⌘ http://multiformats.io/

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 19, 2017

Unexpected system error█

Squarezero · squarezero@zeroid.biton Mar 02, 2017Reply

Moui, il faudrait une boucle entre Family et Work, pour mieux correspondre à la réalité (avec Commute entre les deux, éventuellement) ;)

Mbp374 · mbp374@zeroid.biton Feb 19, 2017Reply

非常形象!

Sick · 185185@zeroid.biton Feb 19, 2017Reply

n'importe quoi cette image et je vois un qui s'echappe entre work et family j'aime pas cette image :(

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 17, 2017

Sign with Robert ⌘ https://giphy.com/signwithrobert #SignLanguage #ASL

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 13, 2017

Are you ill?

No, just feeling a bit off.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 13, 2017

I ♥ Free Software

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 12, 2017

Lee Grane: Butterfly ⌘ https://soundcloud.com/lee-grane/butterfly

「FraYoshi 吉国」 · frayoshi@zeroid.biton Feb 13, 2017Reply

nice one ^_^

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 12, 2017

Write down a command-line to see the help text that matches each argument ⌘ http://explainshell.com/

Sick Kuerana · sickgamer2@zeroid.biton Feb 12, 2017Reply

thank you for the link!, i add this repos of sick ::: http://127.0.0.1:43110/15M62PjkFarwnumQ9D7beYfwZd6Ha7HkWN/explainshell/log.html

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 07, 2017

Rob Stewart: Sharkwater ⌘ https://vimeo.com/88724551 🎥

Sick Gamer · sickgamer@zeroid.biton Feb 08, 2017Reply

for query in the web in my world, because i shredded my csv contain the web graph in my world so you have 9000 you first query is search of what?

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 08, 2017Reply

@Sick Gamer: Quota for what?

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 05, 2017

If search engine crawlers are given a “410 Gone” instead of a “404 Not found”, will they finally forget all about URLs that were removed years ago?

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 04, 2017
ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 04, 2017Reply

It makes me uncomforable that the gopher software (gophernicus) is written in C. And the author doesn't check return values from calls to e.g., fgets().

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 02, 2017
ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 01, 2017

When pacman writes

(1/1) Arming ConditionNeedsUpdate…

after an ArchLinux system upgrade, what does it actually mean?

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 02, 2017Reply

@erqan: Holy cup noodle!

erqan · erqan@zeroid.biton Feb 02, 2017Reply

@ks: it's part of systemd install script https://github.com/systemd/systemd/blob/master/Makefile.am#L333 , maybe systemd needs install/update time, i don't know.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Feb 02, 2017Reply

@erqan: Thanks!

What it actually does is /usr/bin/touch -c /usr. How can that be important?

erqan · erqan@zeroid.biton Feb 02, 2017Reply

look at /usr/share/libalpm/hooks/systemd-update.hook

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 29, 2017

Just got the following error in a sliding popup on ZeroHello:

Internal error: TypeError: actionFeedQuery() takes exactly 2 arguments (4 given)
UiWebsocket.py line 105 > UiWebsocket.py line 193

Rev1848

Th3B3st · usdyi@zeroid.biton Jan 29, 2017Reply

Great ! @ks:

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 29, 2017Reply

@Nofish: 👍

Nofish · nofish@zeroid.biton Jan 29, 2017Reply

Thanks for reporting, fixed!

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 29, 2017Reply

Not seen in Rev1851.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 27, 2017

Are there any command line posting tools for Diaspora* (other than cliaspora, that is discontinued, and diacli, that is too old)?

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 27, 2017

Our lives may be no more
than dewdrops on a summer morning.
But surely,
it is better that we sparkle
while we are here.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 26, 2017

Declining trust in government is denting democracy ⌘ http://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2017/01/daily-chart-20

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 26, 2017

One of the nice things about Obama was that he didn't appear a lot in the media on the European side of the Atlantic — at least not as much as some of his predecessors.

It's hardly been a week since the inauguration of Trump and I'm already fed up. I'm gonna have lowhanging balls before the next 4 years are over (unless somebody writes a Trump blocker for the browser)…

Ronin · ronin@zeroid.biton Feb 03, 2017Reply

I no longer live in the US, but it's pretty clear with what we've seen from Wikileaks that the magority of US media is in bed with the Democratic party. They're trying so hard to smear Trump, that every thing he does results in a major negative story. It's rediculous.

Flyman · flyman@zeroid.biton Jan 26, 2017Reply

(Just kidding): P-p-resident Evil https://youtu.be/WG8iI44GZPU?t=95

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Jan 26, 2017Reply

@ks: For sure the press will love him...lots of opportunity for clickbait. Good for the ad networks!

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 26, 2017Reply

@Mynameislegion: It seems that's how the press — at large — perceives it. Let's hope they get fed up, too. I mean, it's gonna be 4 very long years if they have to report on each of Trump's alternative facts.

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Jan 26, 2017Reply

Yea as if it was the centre of the world...

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 24, 2017

ZeroMail hasn't worked for a week or so. It claims to decrypt messages and load files, but stops at the “Inbox: Loading messages…_”

At the ZeroHello page ZeroNet always says that it fails to load one file (but that hasn't prevented me from reading messages before).

I'm running Rev1839 and the problem is 2 or 3 git pulls old.

Anybody else with the same problem?

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 26, 2017Reply

@Nofish: ah, yes:

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'replace' of null
    at Message.renderUsername

(http://127.0.0.1:43110/Mail.ZeroNetwork.bit/js/all.js?lang={lang}:2486:21)

Nofish · nofish@zeroid.biton Jan 26, 2017Reply

@ks: Is there any error in the JS console? (F12)

weakish · weakish@zeroid.biton Jan 26, 2017Reply

It works on my machine (Linux, amd64, rev1786)

Cer · cer@zeroid.biton Jan 24, 2017Reply

I had a very similar problem. At the start I becam 2 o 3 messages in 0mail, later I had the same error, that it fails to load one file and later all messages were lost. Later I had a clean inbox and now it works ok.

Th3B3st · usdyi@zeroid.biton Jan 24, 2017Reply

i don't know @ks: because at least for now i'm not using zeromail.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 23, 2017

What happens when a mobile number that has been used for Whats­App is recycled by the mobile provider and then used by another person to register on WhatsApp? Will the new person have access to chats and pictures from the previous owner(s) of the number?

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 24, 2017Reply

@weakish: Thanks.

weakish · weakish@zeroid.biton Jan 24, 2017Reply

@ks: No, the current number owner cannot. In fact, even if your friend had not change their number, they still cannot see old chats if they changed the phone (they had to migrate the old chats via backup and restore manually).

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 24, 2017Reply

I asked the question above because I had a friend in Brazil who originally registered with a local phone number. Several years ago he moved to Denmark, got married, and had a Danish phone number. Initially he kept his “Brazilian” WhatsApp account, but switched to a “Danish” account when he got a new phone.

Apparently his former mobile provide recycles their numbers pretty fast. Yesterday, when I wanted to check my WhatsApp account list, I saw that my friend's previous WhatsApp account (the Brazilian one) had a new profile picture — and while it could have been a youth photo of my friend, it clearly wasn't him. And when I asked my friend on his Danish account he confirmed that he no longer uses his Brazilian number, not even when visiting Brazil, and asked me to delete it from my phonebook.

Now, the old conversation had chats and pictures that dated back to at least 2014 (that's as far as I went before I stopped scrolling). I think what has prevented the new owner of the phone number from seeing those chats is that he doesn't have my number in his phonebook, so he wouldn't get the idea of chatting me up in the first place. But what if I had sent him a “Hey man, you've got my buddy's old mobile number, how's the weather there?” message? Or the more unlikely event that I also knew the new owner? Would he be able to see the old chats that he never participated in? That's what worries me.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 24, 2017Reply

@Jjg: But is there a password to reset? Won't they just send an sms with a PIN code?

Martinv · martinv@zeroid.biton Jan 23, 2017Reply

I've found this to be the clearest explanation out there about all this WhatsApp bug/feature debacle:
Security Now Podcast - What's up with WhatsApp:
https://twit.tv/shows/security-now/episodes/595?autostart=false

Jjg · jjg@zeroid.biton Jan 23, 2017Reply

Presumably, if not initially I would imagine it's just an exercise in executing a "password reset" workflow?

Th3B3st · usdyi@zeroid.biton Jan 23, 2017Reply

wow i never thought about this matter, good question! @ks:

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 23, 2017

Draw me like one of your French girls

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 23, 2017

A message to Donald Trump from The Netherlands ⌘ https://youtu.be/ScZ_Vf0VxvI 📹

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 23, 2017

A black hole for internet ads ⌘ https://pi-hole.net/ #RPi

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 23, 2017Reply

@Jjg: Thanks for letting us know!!

Jjg · jjg@zeroid.biton Jan 23, 2017Reply

Been using pi-hole for about six months and it's been excellent. Ran into a few problems about it being over-aggressive, but easily resolved using the whitelist feature.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 22, 2017

Consequences for refusing a full airport body scan in the #UK ⌘ http://www.civilrightsmovement.co.uk/consequences-for-refusing-full-airport-body-scan.html

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 22, 2017

Ranger, a text-based file manager written in #Python ⌘ https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/ranger #Linux #CLI

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 22, 2017Reply

@Shellbound: I agree!

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Jan 22, 2017Reply

Just love this piece of software... it is excellent for image management for someone who do not use gui.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 20, 2017

It seems keybase 🡕 now has a builtin chat:

$ keybase chat api --help

NAME:
   keybase chat api - JSON api

USAGE:
   keybase chat api [command options] 

DESCRIPTION:
   "keybase chat api" provides a JSON API to the Keybase chat service.

EXAMPLES:

List inbox:
    {"method": "list"}

Read a conversation:
    {"method": "read", "params": {"options": {"channel": {"name": "you,them"}}}}

Send a message:
    {"method": "send", "params": {"options": {"channel": {"name": "you,them"}, "message": {"body": "is it cold today?"}}}

Delete a message:
    {"method": "delete", "params": {"options": {"channel": {"name": "you,them"}, "message_id": 314}}}

Edit a message:
    {"method": "edit", "params": {"options": {"channel": {"name": "you,them"}, "message_id": 314, "message": {"body": "new content"}}}}

Upload an attachment:
    {"method": "attach", "params": {"options": {"channel": {"name": "you,them"}, "filename": "photo.jpg", "title": "Sunset last night"}}}

Download an attachment:
    {"method": "download", "params": {"options": {"channel": {"name": "you,them"}, "message_id": 59, "output": "/tmp/movie.mp4"}}}

Peek into a conversation (doesn't mark messages as read):
    {"method": "read", "params": {"options": {"channel": {"name": "you,them"}}, "peek": true}}

Get unread messages only, and just peek at them:
    {"method": "read", "params": {"options": {"channel": {"name": "you,them"}}, "unread_only": true, "peek": true}}

Mark a conversation as read up to a specific message:
    {"method": "mark", "params": {"options": {"channel": {"name": "you,them"}, "message_id": 72}}}

List inbox by topic type:
    {"method": "list", "params": {"options": {"topic_type": "DEV"}}}

Send a message to a public channel:
    {"method": "send", "params": {"options": {"channel": {"name": "you", "public": true}, "message": {"body": "Still going..."}}}}

Ignore a conversation:
    {"method": "setstatus", "params": {"options": {"channel": {"name": "you,them"}, "status": "ignored"}}}


OPTIONS:
   -p, --pretty        Output pretty (indented) JSON.
   -m             Specify JSON as string instead of stdin
   -i, --infile     Specify JSON input file (stdin default)
   -o, --outfile     Specify output file (stdout default)
ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 20, 2017Reply

The GUI chat may be ok (I saw some screenshots from another user). For CLI chat I still recommend kbmsgr 🡕.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 17, 2017
Jjg · jjg@zeroid.biton Jan 17, 2017Reply

I'll have to give this a try.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 16, 2017

I wonder where the designer got their inspiration for the thermo flask…

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 13, 2017

1984.is provides free DNS hosting, should you need it ⌘ https://www.1984.is/product/freedns/

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 13, 2017

The NTP Pool is run by volunteers and provides free NTP to the internet. If you have some spare bandwidth please join us here: http://www.pool.ntp.org/en/join.html

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 13, 2017

Gem Club: 252 (official video) ⌘ https://youtu.be/2IHQ5xq1zaY

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 13, 2017

M83: Wait (official video) ⌘ https://youtu.be/lAwYodrBr2Q

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