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Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @Ulrichard: a public multi-functional building. In local it's named 会所(meeting mall). From wiki title Kongsi: > Kongsi were most commonly known as Chinese social organizations or partnerships, but the term was also used for various Chinese institutions. Amongst overseas Chinese, the word kongsi was applied to reference both clan organizations, whose members shared a common descent, and social clubs, for Chinese immigrants originating from the same province. After the 19th century, these organizations came to be known as hui guan or hwee kuan (會館, literally meaning "meeting hall").
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @leftside: guess u watch too many videos/novels about hitman/assassin/terroism :p
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @Krixano: @caryoscelus: Hi! > Welcome back ;) That's illusion :P
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @leftside: yep, for jogging I'm also just an amateur :P I would like to focus more on the tech part of 0net, but I don't know when I will do it, still need to put more time in other things T_T
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @Leftside: I discusssed it with Nofish before. It's likely hard to solve without some big compromise and in low priority.
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @A7oiz: sorry for the late reply, it's Boox Note, the hardware is nice, but software is pretty buggy.
Binchan commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: [what]: high school level maths, physics, chemistry, etc. [who]: some high school students. More like coaching than teaching exactly.
Binchan commented on caryoscelus's post: For me I am/have been doing some offline teaching job/work recently.
Binchan commented on Sameer's post: > Zero. Possibly even negative large integer. By the very first blink of my Commodore 64's light blue block cursor, my interest had already slammed through the ceiling! ... So romantic
Binchan started following Glightstar, caryoscelus
Binchan commented on Onkeldanny's post: @Shaswata56: "Ailen on planet earth!" from op's profile XD
Binchan commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: for point 1, agree, but the free network (esp. the ads system behind it) is also causing serious problems. For point 2, filter them all, do opensource and unregulatable business instead.. For point 3, yep, wish one day we don't need any religion any more.
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @Nofish: ok.. I figure out that in the hub I commented when my system ran out of space, the data.json became data-old.json, if I don't rename it back before I create a new comment, that hub will generate a new data.json and delete data-old.json, which leads to the lost of all data.
Binchan commented on 🐲J🐍a🐰d🐒's post: @Eaglex: maybe I picked a wrong word, it means the widget is very buggy and can create many unexpected results when using it @jad: no problem! Thanks for sharing my site :D
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @Eaglex: nice to hear that!
Binchan commented on Geekless's post: @Thunder: @x86128: ZeroMe hub has 3 kinds of content.json, the one for specific user can't be signed inside slider (config panel), it needs cmd like `python2 zeronet.py siteSign $SITE --inner_path data/users/$USER/content.json`, or call the ZeroFrame cmd in browser console, you can find some details in official doc.
Binchan commented on Deepstrelok's post: @Thunder33345: Diaspora* doesn't has such a feature, but it's in ZeroNet main dev Nofish's todo list ;)
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @Calmaquesse: nope, I have little experience about developing mobile app, but ZeroHello and ZeroMe mobile UI came from my pull requests to official repo ;)
Binchan commented on Tvax's post: Here is [ZeroNet Mobile Guide](/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:7_1AWwhg4EiWAVttfQboJZ4wJfX3WawfJT3h). And my new writing: [My ZeroNet Mobile Setup](/1EiMAqhd6sMjPG2tznkkGXxhdwFBDdeqT9/?Post:86) :D But I agree that we still need a better Android app
Binchan commented on Mv00🐰🐶💡's post: Sanders ;_;
Binchan commented on Piloth The Mack's post: Have a good day!
Binchan commented on Balancer73's post: I'm not familiar with JavaScript, but guess it's a common issue and you can find quite some answers from search engine, iirc ZeroBlog injects `loaded` class to body after the page is full-loaded, thanks to that I can control when loading my css rules.
Binchan commented on Musickiller's post: That's awesome..!
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @Leftside: WuXia novels of Jin Yong are also an important memory of my generation! From books to tv shows, songs and games~ Jin Yong once was recruited as a history professor of a university. But it's said that, as commented by his students, his history lectures were full of mistakes XD
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @ulrichard: I see. That's nice!
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @空澄砂夜: thanks for your opinion. "a single pane view on mobile and rely on the nav bar" should be enough
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: > Kim was an extremely gifted child and had picked up reading ability at eight months of age.  @Leftside: O_O I checked the wiki, so he was a Buddhist.. I doubt if it's true. Afaik quite some Buddhists like to speak and spread ridiculously amazing fakenews, if you agree..
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @Leftside: Thousand Character Classic! That's amazing! I only heard it in my childhood, but never read it. From wiki page: > South Korean senior scholar, Daesan Kim Seok-jin (Korean Hangul: 대산 김석진), expressed the significance of Thousand Character Classic by contrasting the Western concrete science and the Asian metaphysics and origin-oriented thinking in which "it is the collected poems of nature of cosmos and reasons behind human life". That's quite a high praise! Guess I need learn more about it.
Binchan commented on 空澄砂夜's post: @空澄砂夜: なるほど :o 負けるなんて大袈裟過ぎ。僕は20年以上食べることがある`o(^_^)o`今までも好きです`*^^*`大好きのはMonsterとかHoney&Cloverとか。全部はひとり食べました、すこしさびしいだけど`;_;`
Binchan commented on 空澄砂夜's post: 食べできるですか?おいしいですか?。_ 。
Binchan commented on ulrichard's post: lol NSA Stock Rating Up 1000% After Rename to National Blockchain Agency
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @leftside: thanks for the suggestion! Will try it. Canvas/nylon band is surely the lightest and most comfortable, thus a best choice :D
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @Leftside: For some reasons Buddhists like to put stone sculptures everywhere and in Chinese it's 6 characters. I know there is a stone sculpture in one street that is written in different Chinese character. I searched it and found out it's from Tibetan Buddhism. So finally from wiki page \o/
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @Leftside: Thanks for the detailed explanation, 선생님(sonsaeng-nim) (sic) ^^
Binchan commented on caryoscelus's post: > So that "shikashi"-phrase was badly-phrased self-irony. @caryoscelus: Well, obviously I'm not a good Japanese user either. I can read and listen a lot, but likely make many mistakes, and I don't care much about grammar :P
Binchan commented on caryoscelus's post: > 漢字が大事 @caryoscelus: 多分。Romajiだけnihongoはたくさんambiguityがいる (Mandarin would have more ambiguity.. but for Hokkien it's ok and you can see someone is [posting Hokkien in latin](?Post/1SunAWK2VUT9GQK32MpwRfFPVgcBSJN9a/1CmmSnd99UGinNpZ6FMAxPXSf973S253Pr/1520933072) here
Binchan commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: shikashi means "however", so from the beginning I was guessing that you disagreed my statement..
Binchan commented on caryoscelus's post: > 漢字の書くは自分ができない (kanji no kaku wa dzibun ga dekinai) @caryoscelus: 肝心(kanjin)の(な)核は自分(以外)ができない The important core (part) is not other thing but ourselves. 理解失敗 f(^_^;
Binchan commented on 空澄砂夜's post: @空澄砂夜: Wow, that's amazing! Then bangumi.net was probably a project by some related devs from bgm.tv
Binchan started following Binchan
Binchan commented on 空澄砂夜's post: @空澄砂夜: yep, kill some of your old hobbies, leave some time for discovering new things --- --- Recommend Linkin Park - Breaking The Habit
Binchan commented on Cleberz's post: Romantic!
Binchan commented on 空澄砂夜's post: Na, old things die, new things get born. Senpai just needs to find something new to do
Binchan commented on Cleberz's post: Here are [some opinions](?Post/1oranGeS2xsKZ4jVsu9SVttzgkYXu4k9v/1AWwhg4EiWAVttfQboJZ4wJfX3WawfJT3h/1519145389) for ICO or monetization on ZeroNet from the main dev Nofish
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @Test20180221: it's from [Kanji damage](http://www.kanjidamage.com/) ;)
Binchan commented on Cleberz's post: You can use Tab ;)
Binchan commented on Cleberz's post: You'd better also add `--ui_restrict YOU_phone_ip` or anyone in your local network can access your ZeroNet, check `python zeronet.py --help` for more info
Binchan commented on 空澄砂夜's post: *(∩_∩)*
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @styromaniac@zeroid.bit: Nope.
Binchan started following 空澄砂夜, ks
Binchan commented on Deadjoker's post: @ulrichard: If you use [local Zeromail bot](/1EiMAqhd6sMjPG2tznkkGXxhdwFBDdeqT9/?Post:67), you can keep deleted zeromail in your local. For SMTP/POP3 check [ZeroMailProxy](https://github.com/imachug/ZeroMailProxy)
Binchan commented on Binchan's post: @Jetten: The Android app author and maintainer creates [an issue](https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroNet-kivy/issues/20) on github and asks for help about dropping kivy, it will be replaced if there is a better one, so I prefer not to waste time testing it

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Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jul 21, 2019

RIP animators in Kyoani.

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jul 07, 2019

A 🐟 (fish) by Bucky balls

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jun 06, 2019

@ulrichard: do you know this statue? It's on the top of the building from my last post.

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Jun 06, 2019Reply

I saw many similar ones, but this particular one doesn't look familiar to me.

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jun 05, 2019

pic2/2

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jun 05, 2019Reply

@Ulrichard: a public multi-functional building. In local it's named 会所(meeting mall). From wiki title Kongsi:

Kongsi were most commonly known as Chinese social organizations or partnerships, but the term was also used for various Chinese institutions. Amongst overseas Chinese, the word kongsi was applied to reference both clan organizations, whose members shared a common descent, and social clubs, for Chinese immigrants originating from the same province. After the 19th century, these organizations came to be known as hui guan or hwee kuan (會館, literally meaning "meeting hall").

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Jun 05, 2019Reply

Nice architecture. Is this a church or ancient museum?

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jun 05, 2019

pic1/2

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Jun 05, 2019Reply

@Somename666: You do know something~ ;P

Somename666 · somename666@zeroid.biton Jun 05, 2019Reply

@leftside: It looks like a nice sniping spot

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Jun 05, 2019Reply

@Binchan: u, definitely right. lol
I'd like to make a film in that place~

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jun 05, 2019Reply

@leftside: guess u watch too many videos/novels about hitman/assassin/terroism :p

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Jun 05, 2019Reply

Are u sniping someone there? :p

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Apr 13, 2019

Long time no see and good morning X3

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Jun 05, 2019Reply

How's going with ur jogging?
Any eye-catching benefit for your life u found?

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Apr 13, 2019Reply

@Krixano: @caryoscelus: Hi!

Welcome back ;)

That's illusion :P

Krixano · krixano@zeroid.biton Apr 13, 2019Reply

Hello!

caryoscelus · caryoscelus@zeroid.biton Apr 13, 2019Reply

Welcome back ;)

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Apr 13, 2019Reply

@leftside: yep, for jogging I'm also just an amateur :P I would like to focus more on the tech part of 0net, but I don't know when I will do it, still need to put more time in other things T_T

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Apr 13, 2019Reply

wow~ 1km per 5m21s?
If u reduce it down to 4m, u can be recruited in Special Force Army. lol~
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I'd like to see u more frequently in zeronet~

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Aug 20, 2018

New family member: an odd-eyed white kitty ^^

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Aug 20, 2018Reply

Poor dog worshipers..

Zergnet · zergnet@zeroid.biton Aug 20, 2018Reply

@leftside: Dog = God

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Aug 20, 2018Reply

As a dog owner with lots of puppies as well, I'd like to advise u to return it to the owner right now... :p (I used to breed a cat, too) It will save a lot of money and time of yours.

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Aug 03, 2018

Deutsches Museum App ^^ 80M app + 110M offline data
Available in Yalp Store (Download apks from Google Play Store) - https://f-droid.org/app/com.github.yeriomin.yalpstore :3

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jul 21, 2018

Re-reading the truth about ZeroNet by Git Center

A7oiz · a7oiz@zeroid.biton Aug 03, 2018Reply

@Binchan: Okay, I got it.
I have used this brand before and it is a Shenzhen manufacturer that is not worth recommending.

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Aug 02, 2018Reply

@A7oiz: sorry for the late reply, it's Boox Note, the hardware is nice, but software is pretty buggy.

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Jul 24, 2018Reply

@A7oiz: Looks like kindle or something :) Ink pixel display..

A7oiz · a7oiz@zeroid.biton Jul 22, 2018Reply

What kind of digital device is this?

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jul 21, 2018

ZeroNet on a tv screen, with.. broken heart XD

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jul 20, 2018

RadioDroid (Browse and stream internet radios) - https://f-droid.org/app/net.programmierecke.radiodroid2

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jul 20, 2018

Ever heard about "Dark Patterns"? Probably, as I tooted about it a couple of days ago: companies designing the interfaces of their products (websites, apps, etc.) to trick you to do what they want you to do. Here's another article on it. If you don't mind Youtube, follow up to the video which explains it by examples.

https://lifehacker.com/how-to-notice-and-avoid-dark-patterns-online-1827734449

#darkpatterns

https://mastodon.technology/@IzzyOnDroid/100408977943541265

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jul 05, 2018

Learning with Eink tablet and Wacom stylus

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jul 05, 2018

Ants using duckweeds to cross a small river

Nekololi · nekololi@zeroid.biton Jul 05, 2018Reply

very cool!

Blurhy · blurhy@zeroid.biton Jul 05, 2018Reply

interesting

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jun 11, 2018

Gray ver.

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Jun 11, 2018

Walking in the rain with water-proof sneakers

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton May 27, 2018

Share a pic of reading Crypto101 in the night on the bed with an e-ink tablet~

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton May 28, 2018Reply

@Eaglex: It's an Android tablet with E-ink Screen, and if you treat android as a computer system, then yes :D

Eaglex · eaglex@zeroid.biton May 28, 2018Reply

@Binchan: I see, in other words, it's a Titan kindle like device, is it? No, it should be defined as a Computer with E-ink Screen. 😂

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton May 27, 2018Reply

@Eaglex: it's with 10.3" HD eink screen + Android 6 + Bluetooth keyboard support + 2 GB RAM + Wacom stylus + ..., here is a detailed wiki page about this device on Mobileread.com
It has a pretty buggy system btw..

Eaglex · eaglex@zeroid.biton May 27, 2018Reply

why not get a kindle paperwhite with light?

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton May 25, 2018

Three complaints worth €3.9 billion were filed in the early hours of Friday morning against Facebook and two subsidiaries, WhatsApp and Instagram via data regulators in Austria, Belgium and Hamburg. Another complaint worth €3.7 billion was filed with French data protection authority France CNIL in the case of Google’s Android operating system.
Bei Facebook beklagt er ...

Good.. those mono giant companies have tricked the citizens too much because the immature of the market. [src]

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton May 24, 2018

My home ZeroNet raspi server has one more terminal member now \o/ thanks to NetGuard app, I can happily turn on the wifi of my ereader and still able to control my data and privacy!


Btw, I accidentally deleted this profile again X( I run this node by Linux Deploy, and the container image is 2 GB, and.. when it was out of space, my new post couldn't write into the data.json and something severely corrupted, I rm some files (I even couldn't run pacman -Scc..), and created a new post, then my previous posts and comments in this profile were all gone ;_; Luckily I keep doing backup by a script~

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton May 25, 2018Reply

@Nofish: ok.. I figure out that in the hub I commented when my system ran out of space, the data.json became data-old.json, if I don't rename it back before I create a new comment, that hub will generate a new data.json and delete data-old.json, which leads to the lost of all data.

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton May 10, 2018

... which I was supposed to do in my spare time. As every seeker for spare time knows, that time never comes. Now that the book is here, the problem of finding the spare time to read it will be left to the reader.

p861, Language and Symbolic Systems, Y.R. Chao

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton May 10, 2018

the late Professor Joshua Whatmough, ..., used to complain in seminar groups, "Why do they have to use that damn word phoneme?" But soon afterwards he not only started to use the word himself, but also insisted on the classically correct form of the adjective phonematic instead of the most commonly used form phonemic.

XD

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton May 08, 2018

The Walmart-Flipkart deal: wearing a raincoat to beat a tsunami

If Walmart was to acquire Flipkart, the deal is unlikely to change anything in the Indian e-commerce market; instead, it may create a bunch of challenges for Walmart The big day is here. Retail giant Walmart is readying a war chest to acquire Flipkart, a Singapore-headquartered ‘not-for-profit’ e-commerce firm currently controlled by funds from the […]

... non-profit firms need GPL!

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Apr 24, 2018

-1 peer, happened when I deleted the image for saving banwidth. Don't know why, Iirc the minimum is 1 peer. Maybe @空澄砂夜 senpai has a theory for it


Hmm, the minus 1 function called twice?

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Apr 27, 2018Reply

@空澄砂夜: thanks for the tip!

空澄砂夜 · ixhb5a7vwvdgimjx@zeroid.biton Apr 27, 2018Reply

minus 1 function called twice

That might be the case. ZeroMe's peer counts are not updated from the server. The discrepancy is more visible when you leave a ZeroMe page open for a long time, and then refresh it.

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Apr 02, 2018

Discovered a classical mute-nerd fellow. How mute-nerdy s/he (on ZeroMe) is? 7 posts from Aug. 2016 to May. 2017, when someone replied him to his second post in Nov. 2017, s/he replied two days later..

ZeroMe is the social network I take part in the most in my life btw X) I don't fit instant group chatting, so I was pretty mute in IRC and seldom log in there in these days. I like the user-owned nature and mutable data type of ZeroMe and ZeroBlog, I'm pretty sure my English writing and communication skills have improved a lot since I kept refining my posts on ZeroNet. I'm probably a bit too self-conscious and thus not a good discussion participant, or sometimes my opinion is just like a full stop and no one else has any other things to reply.. for me such things happened a lot on ZeroTalk. Except that sometimes I can have a long discussion with someone, like this one, maybe it's also because most people come here for anti-censorship and politics but I prefer more about general knowledge, decentralization, freesoftware, privacy, diversity, etc. Anyway, I can't happily make friends here, it's all Javascript's fault ! X(

Eibriel · eibriel@zeroid.biton Apr 03, 2018Reply

yep.. don't insert your AI in the middle when it happened btw :P

@Binchan: XD

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Apr 03, 2018Reply

Here is another approarch which I totally agree, so need better mesh network support and efforts from local community.

@Binchan: Your overall direction heading is very similar to mine.

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Apr 03, 2018Reply

@Binchan: Thanks :-)

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Apr 03, 2018Reply

@Ulrichard: good luck for the rally :D I'm already seeding them.

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Apr 03, 2018Reply

@Binchan: I'm hosting our official team blog for the WAVE trophy on ZeroNet. I'm curious how many people actually check out what ZeroNet is all about and end up running a node. Most will for sure just use the proxy. I just hope the proxy stays operational at least until the WAVE is over.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Apr 03, 2018Reply

@ulrichard: I simply told some of my close friends there is an opensource project named ZeroNet I'm participating in, if one asked me back what kind of project it is, I answered that it's a decentralized network platform, has high ability of anti-censorship and actually quite some illegal content there, and I participate it mostly for technology. That's all.

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Apr 03, 2018Reply

@Binchan: Censorship resistance sounds so dramatic as only useful for politically oppressed dissidents. But it is also helpful in small scale. For example there are countless stories about people whose accounts on centralized platforms were blocked or deleted on bogus reasons.
Yes there is also a part that slightly worries me about ZN and similar platforms. There is always a small risk that unwanted content could end up on your hard drive. So everybody should more or less carefully decide what to follow. It is for grown up people.
I don't know yet when I will introduce my kids to this world. Not sure yet which risks for them will weight more..

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Apr 03, 2018Reply

With an official debian package, ZeroNet could also be much easier to use than any centralized system. No need to decide between insecure passwords or a secure one and stick it to the monitor

@ulrichard: Agree. Still thanks to anti-censorship and censorship, ZeroNet probably will stay wild and chaotic for a long time and scares most good citizens who have a weak heart.. [example- I launch Zeronet from time to time… Then I close it quickly.] or from [origin hub]

Religion is a difficult topic. It has its merits in bringing people together, sure. But it is more often misused as a political instrument of power.

Yep, actually there are probably many different religions in my local culture (like in Japan and Taiwan I guess), e.g. celebrity Han Yu from Tang dynasty once got exiled by the government and became an official here, he helped a lot the local civilization development and thus became a celebrity here, even today there are still lots of buildings and ceremonies related to him and such things probably can be treated as a religion. But most outsiders will simply treat them as superstition, for Christian or Muslim they will even be treated as paganism.. Talking too much about religion publicly is probably not a good idea and improper, so you don't need to reply to this :)

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Apr 03, 2018Reply

@Binchan: It is not just about hard core censorship resistance. With an official debian package, ZeroNet could also be much easier to use than any centralized system. No need to decide between insecure passwords or a secure one and stick it to the monitor ;-)
My mother in law actually runs Ubuntu on her notebook. I might get her to install stuff that is in the software center, anything else is out of the question.
Oh, Religion is a difficult topic. It has its merits in bringing people together, sure. But it is more often misused as a political instrument of power.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Apr 03, 2018Reply

@leftside: better mobile supporting is a must. Android and iOS suck at supporting Python, so need to wait for better Python transpilation, like Briefcase Pybee, or ZeroNetJS, or Linux phone like Librem 5, Postmarket OS.

ZeroNet becoming more popular doesn't mean we can easily find friends though.. I don't have friends or any decent interaction with others on Twitter after using it for several years..


Here is another approarch which I totally agree, so need better mesh network support and efforts from local community.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Apr 03, 2018Reply

@Eibriel: yep.. don't insert your AI in the middle when it happened btw :P

@ulrichard: Thanks! Not being discouraged is a bit hard, but anyway it won't become a reason that may drive me leave ZeroNet.

Sometimes I wonder where people go when they leave zeronet. ...

Imo most people are busy with their jobs and daily life, so Internet is just a place for shitposting or looking for some funny stuff. So they don't care about which platform is better as long as it can provide such simple need.

New tech/platform/site can attract a lot of attention, but usually it won't last long if it can't give user a long term reason. I guess one of Nofish's main goal is anti-censorship, which provides a long term reason for politicians on revolution, sub-culture enthusiasts or others who simply suffer ridiculous censorship from the authority/administration, ZeroNet will surely become a safe harbor/refugee shell/haven for them. But still revolution politics is dangerous, I wonder if Nofish already received quite some blackmails, anyway he is an IT expert and lives in Hungary, so probably he is safe.

Profitability is probably another long term reason, but people usually can't make/become true friends (or have long term relationship as mentioned by Eibriel) if they care too much about profit imo. I don't like viewing too many posts that are directly related to profit reason/intention, it's just like many people are simply advertisement media.

Btw, I saw someone on ZeroTalk tried to advertise the good of religion like it can bring people together. I will simply stay unrelated to these things because the bad part of religion scares me to the deep (like sacrifice and assassination). Local community/culture is a better choice imho, I like my local culture so I'm not that lonely actually. I agree that religion still has its position in modern society as many social/society problems can be easily solved by it though..

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Apr 02, 2018Reply

I'm waiting for the timing to boost promoting Zeronet.

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

Don't be discouraged if nobody comments. Sometimes people have something to say about a topic, and sometimes they don't.
Sometimes I wonder where people go when they leave zeronet. The platforms that I discovered after it, didn't really convince me. I like p2p better than federated. It is so cool if you can just join the network, and don't have to run a server, or go to a trusted server to host your profile.

Eibriel · eibriel@zeroid.biton Apr 02, 2018Reply

Yes, we need to make long term relationships on ZeroNet... that will keep the network alive.

But is difficult when a lot of people just want to say stuff anonymously

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Apr 02, 2018

DIY a band for Pebble time, from Casio SGW-100, default rubber band is not round and doesn't suit the wrist, a canvas band I bought becomes smelly after sport.. steel band is a bit too heavy, good leather band is expensive and probably not worth the money, anyway, they match each other quite well, and the band is 200M water resistant XP

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Apr 02, 2018Reply

@Binchan: And most durable! :)

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Apr 02, 2018Reply

@leftside: thanks for the suggestion! Will try it. Canvas/nylon band is surely the lightest and most comfortable, thus a best choice :D

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Apr 02, 2018Reply

For ur info, smelly band can be cured by a quick soap foam and 5000ppm hypochlorite.

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Apr 02, 2018Reply

lol~ I made my own band from nylon with 3M dual lock velcro today~!

What a coincidence~

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Mar 14, 2018

One more shot for my previous post. It's long enough for reading when standing, too! Btw, the software (Android 6) of Boox Note is decent but buggy (Yotaphone 2 is alot better, Yotaphone 3 is still a joke), official reading app has stats feature and sends my reading activities to someone's server, for me that's unacceptable. A router firewall should be enough to cut (and analyze) all traffic. But I will simply keep it offline until the root code and tutorial is out X)

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Mar 18, 2018Reply

@ulrichard: Thanks for sharing!

That video is quite a nice explanation! Especially if the current online banking/payment system needs more energy than bitcoin, then it's totally a different story.. It's hard to prove and probably no one will investigate it though.

Bitcoin’s total electricity consumption is believed to be around 15 TWh.

But from Bitcoin mining consumes more electricity a year than Ireland:

According to Digiconomist the estimated power use of the bitcoin network, which is responsible for verifying transactions made with the cryptocurrency, is 30.14TWh a year, which exceeds that of 19 other European countries.

China may have the highest ability for Bitcoin mining. But it's illegal (or is banned) and thus risky. Promoting a new tech by encourging corruption and bribe is a bad joke imho (but I agree that in reality it may happen..).

And just a fresh rumor from coinforum.de ..

Gerade steht ja der G20 Gipfel an und auch Kryptowährungen sind dort ein Thema. Für den Bitcoin, Litecoin oder andere pseudonyme Kryptocoins dürfte sich nicht viel ändern, jedenfalls nicht für deutsche oder europäische Handelsplätze da hier ja eigentlich schon alles recht ordentlich geregelt ist, siehe Bitcoin.de. Ohne sich zu verifizieren kann man dort sowieso schon lange nicht mehr handeln.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Mar 16, 2018Reply

@ulrichard:

If proof by something else worked, it would be like perpetual motion: highly desirable, but very hard to achieve.

Yes, only time can tell.

If somebody considers Bitcoin unethical, he either works for a bank, or feels he was too late to the game.

I understand. It's also possble because of negative opinions from all kinds of media

Thinking about ethics, I collected some stories here: Why I prefer Bitcoin

I already viewed the site before and are seeding. Iirc I didn't see an article gives some positive explanations about energy. Btw, I know little about the banking system, but I feel disgusting that most of mainstream media simply ignore Bitcoin or shitposting Bitcoin when its price suddenly goes down.

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Mar 16, 2018Reply

@Binchan: Segwit in itself does not add a lot for the user, at least on the surface, but Lightning does. Current implementations of Lightning rely on Segwit, although other malleability fixes would theoretically also work. I'm very optimistic for Lightning. Energy is an issue, but one that is not so easy to solve. If proof by something else worked, it would be like perpetual motion: highly desirable, but very hard to achieve. Asic resistance doesn't solve the energy issue, it is only a bit better for decentralization. But even for Monero there are some ASICS in the planning. If somebody considers Bitcoin unethical, he either works for a bank, or feels he was too late to the game. I can understand FOMO only to a certain degree. It should be more about the transaction properties and censureship resistance than about the price. Thinking about ethics, I collected some stories here: Why I prefer Bitcoin

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Mar 15, 2018Reply

@ulrichard: We all know that scalability is an issue for Bitcoin. Segwit and Lightning Network are getting promoted for solving this issue. I still know little about Lightning Network, but afaik a large part of the community is pretty conservative about adding Segwit support.
Another issue I'm concerned about is energy. Do we really need to keep maintaining such an energy-intensive system? And when there is a better replacement (Like Proof of Capacity, Monero without expensive ASIC devices)? Because of this some of my net friends consider Bitcoin not ethical..

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Mar 15, 2018Reply

@Binchan: My donations have been almost exclusively in Bitcoin for a couple of years. If somebody doesn't want my money, then he doesn't get anything. Donating is voluntary, and so is receiving them. Receiving and converting BTC is really not difficult. It's not like if somebody donated a cow, and now you have to care for it.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Mar 14, 2018Reply

I like the books from Cory Doctorow, and that he shares them with a permissive license. But when I wanted to donate some BTC to him, I couldn't find an address where to send...

@ulrichard: That's quite obvious but also unfortunate imho, if he asked for donation, what about you send BTC to one of your trusted friends and then he donates the author by a different payment method? Btw, emailing the author to accept Bitcoin donation sounds improper. Bitcoin is widely accepted, but I can't imagine one day it will cover every individual.

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Mar 14, 2018Reply

@Binchan: I don't mind paying the authors, and even in a smaller part the distributors. But I want to be able to have access to my books whenever I want, wherever I want, without violating some abusive agreement. Of the few authors I asked so far where I could get a DRM free version, none had a positive answer. So I bought the paperbacks. I like the books from Cory Doctorow, and that he shares them with a permissive license. But when I wanted to donate some BTC to him, I couldn't find an address where to send... Something like the unfortunately no longer available libertymusicstore, but for eBooks would be great.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Mar 14, 2018Reply

@Ulrichard: my fav is by using Kiwix, with it I can read lots of things offline. Official resources, many mirrors like this one. I like reading Wikipedia, Wikivoyage, Wikisource. Android app, there is also a headless app, so it can be used across different devices in the same network like ZeroNet. For books there is Gutenburg, and sorry for German fellows because it probably gets blocked. There are also old Gutenburg archives as Kiwix files (created in 2014), so I can have the whole library offline, English archive is 40G, a bit too large, German archive is fine (509M). And yep some books of mine are pirated, I'm proud of myself for downloading a lot of books shared by net friends when I was in university :3, even though my university already has many libraries and huge book collections, the book sharing environment online is very awful now.. and I just saw this news..: Switzerland Takes Steps Against eBook Piracy.


I agree that DRM is plague. With DRM, besides we can't share books, it's possible that all books will automatically get burned when Amazon goes down, I doubt if they have a solution now. If you really want some new published books to read, I think it's possible to contact the author to release it in DRM-free form, if the author can't because of some contract.. one solution is DRM-removed tool, or copy the content to another format. Ebook is a big business now, so unfornately things won't get better in these years I guess.

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Mar 14, 2018Reply

Where do you get the stuff you read? I avoid DRM like the plague. But drm-free books are hard to get. Thus I often end up buying the dead tree editions.

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Mar 13, 2018

Enter immortal (山人) mode XP

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Feb 24, 2018

Local peer discovery works pretty well ^^

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Mar 01, 2018Reply

@Test20180221: thx for the info!

styromaniac@zeroid.bit · styromaniac@zeroid.biton Feb 25, 2018Reply

@Binchan: Neat! This would be fun on an offline mesh.

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Feb 24, 2018Reply

@styromaniac@zeroid.bit: Nope.

styromaniac@zeroid.bit · styromaniac@zeroid.biton Feb 24, 2018Reply

Are there prerequisites for routers to allow it?

version@zeroid.bit · version@zeroid.biton Feb 24, 2018Reply

Yes, with Zerotier, it works better well.

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Feb 20, 2018

"By looking at the radicals you can see how Politically Incorrect Ancient China was when they were inventing kanji. You see three women and you'd assume the kanji would mean something positive, like sisterhood or a cheerleader human pyramid. Buuuuuut no." XD

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Feb 28, 2018Reply

@Test20180221: it's from Kanji damage ;)

Test20180221 · test20180221@zeroid.biton Feb 28, 2018Reply

姦 haha :)

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Feb 20, 2018

Yes, wife and also sons are running Arch. Everything in my home is Arch. As I mentioned.. I have a hard time using anything but Arch nowadays. ;)

"True Archer" :O

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Feb 07, 2018

Looks like there is a big bug with Blue hub, my profile was reset after deleting a comment, and can't create a post any more. Not only me, there are quite many profiles in Blue hub like this.. but who cares XP


I figure out that some profiles of this kind were generated when a user from other hub commented on Bluehub.. so it's not an issue from Bluehub, and probably a deeper bug, like ZeroMe rewrote wrong stuff to a profile when there were some heavy loading process and glitch ..

Fengyun666 · fengyun666@zeroid.biton Feb 08, 2018Reply

好可怜的样子。

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