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im the kinda guy that like to play around with p2p apps i also tinker around with cjdns if you want to contact me on the hyperboria network my email is cyberfox@hyperboria.name but i prefer you contact me via zeromail ;]

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Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: @Shellbound: i think i will take a look at Vivaldi
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: @Ulrichard: cool i also some times use sea monkey but the last time i used it tho it was a bit dated
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: its kinda on its last legs thats why
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: i mean come on even if some one was abusing they can still kinda see where its coming from your tunneling traffic but your not share the same ipv6 address so if anyone was hosting a illegal site they can still trace whos doing it and the one person ruining the node that said abuser is connected to will not get the blame for it its not like ruining a tor relay node i think
Deadjoker commented on Kaffie's post: i will seed it as long as theres no pedo crap on there
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: there are also alot of drunks where i live
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: i was thinking about starting a local mesh net at my place but where i live every one is not very tech savy and also very backwards
Deadjoker commented on Kaffie's post: if only i knew how to make a search thing with my own spider and all
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: i dont know why i see it but other people cant
Deadjoker commented on Seelion's post: :]
Deadjoker commented on Seelion's post: hello there and welcome to zeronet
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Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: @Mynameislegion: no i did not use the siteCreate command infact i just used ipfs add -r with a dir containing the html file and a image
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: im connected to 92 nodes i dont know why you not see it
Deadjoker started following Mynameislegion
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: i must have goof up some where
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: not also that but its still sort being working on i think
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: @Jayofthezero: i would but vm sadly dosnt work on my pc
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: @Spaghettidev: ive heard tails infact i tried it out one only problem is every one locks there boot manger and bios now adays
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: well there was a project to bing back beos but it looks like we wont be seeing any beta builds form them in a wile
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: i had a chrome book once that thing was very flimsy
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: true
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Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: @Shellbound: i guess i could get a pi 3
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: i could setup a bind server but making a records for bind is a pain in my ass and im not to sure if it work not also that i think you would have to be connected to the server its self in order to be able to use said domian name i miss my older pcs that had ubuntu and openbsd installed on them
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: @PaintNinja: i second that
Deadjoker commented on Deadjoker's post: ive deleted all of my data in my zeronet folder
Deadjoker commented on Nutomic's post: you should be able to see your own comments i can

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Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Sep 20, 2016

im bacvk after having some time off :]

Lola · lola@zeroid.biton Sep 20, 2016Reply

Welcome back ?

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Sep 10, 2016

ive starting using qutebrowser and I kind of like it

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 11, 2016Reply

You did! Cool! It is really nice but do lack some stuff I still require. For someone with fingers on keyboard it is really fast. I am soooo close to switching fulltime myself too.

5thzhino · 5thzhino@zeroid.biton Sep 10, 2016Reply

try maxthon

Lola · lola@zeroid.biton Sep 10, 2016Reply

Is it qute tho ?

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Sep 09, 2016

when it comes to web browsers what to you guys prefer to use i like to use firefox and some times i like to poke around with other web browsers that are not well known

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 12, 2016Reply

@Alex: Have you seen for instance FT Deep Dark theme for Firefox? This is just one where it completely alter the looks of Firefox. While themes on Chrome pretty much is just a change of color. In other words.. you can't make Chrome look good. Chrome makes their own standards. Because of this Chrome can be earlier on some stuff and the other implement it when it is a standard. When it comes to CSS filter it seems to be a working W3C draft so far and not a standard yet. Still it is supported in Firefox 48 onwards.

Alex · bwoi@zeroid.biton Sep 12, 2016Reply

@Shellbound: Firefox literally looks like something out of 2005? That and it doesn't even have CSS blur support which is why Bwoi originally looked shit when you used Firefox as a browser. Vivaldi is evolving but isn't evolving quickly enough for me to make it my main browser. Chrome is too feature-packed to be replaced, although I like Opera too.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 11, 2016Reply

@Alex: Vivaldi and Chrome use the same back-end engine.. so site support is the same. Chrome looks awful. I have not seen one good theme. Firefox is without doubt the best looking (after some customization). Have you seen what Vivaldi can do? Chrome is a joke in comparison... Vivaldi is also evolving and recently got a new theming engine last month.

Alex · bwoi@zeroid.biton Sep 11, 2016Reply

Vivaldi offers nothing much different from the other main browsers IMO. Customization isn't quite where I'd like it, so I use Chrome mainly since so many websites support it fully and since it has a nice set of developer tools and extensions. That and you can actually customize the themes instead of being told you can use ~5.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 09, 2016Reply

Vivaldi is the true successor of old Opera. The original creator of Opera is behind Vivaldi. Their idea is to have niche (or power user) features. Kinda like in the spirit which made old Mozilla to stand out. So Vivaldi is interesting.. but have not won me over. Firefox still support the features I require and are the lightest of the big ones so have not yet had a reason to abandon them. Palemoon was buggy and I think is not developed anymore.

Qutebrowser is my absolute favorite though.. It's a "keybinding based" browser and while having a little learning curve is very effective. If it get pinned-tab support It is very possible I switch.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Sep 09, 2016Reply

@Shellbound: i think i will take a look at Vivaldi

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 09, 2016Reply

Firefox as main and Qutebrowser as a runner up... Have been playing with Vivaldi. Opera will be sold to a Chinese VC and an online game company. Its "vpn service" was hacked in August. Would never touch it. Same with Chrome.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Sep 09, 2016Reply

@Ulrichard: cool i also some times use sea monkey but the last time i used it tho it was a bit dated

Quint · quint@zeroid.biton Sep 09, 2016Reply

currently on Opera, having Palemoon for backup

Quint · quint@zeroid.biton Sep 09, 2016Reply

i dropped FF a while ago, way too bulky

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Sep 09, 2016Reply

definitely firefox, and variations of it like icecat, abrowser on trisquel, iceweasel on debian. After the issue with the binary blob last year, I keep usage of chromium to a minimum. The only thing still missing in firefox is FIDO U2FA.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Sep 08, 2016

looks like zeronet has a new update

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Sep 04, 2016

i wish my pi computer was a bit newer

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 06, 2016Reply

Ohh.. well, if you buy a new one it will be both cheaper and more powerful (Pine64, Odroid e.t.c..) ;)

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Sep 05, 2016Reply

its kinda on its last legs thats why

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 04, 2016Reply

How come?

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Sep 02, 2016

yes i have my old 2011 pi up and ruining now i just have to update it

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Sep 01, 2016

why cant they just setup cjdns to automatically find peers i under stand that its to prevent abuse but ive played with other programs that work in a similar way and ive never had a problem with them why cant they just make cjdns automatically generate a list of activate peers and let you chose the ones that are closets to you if there that concerned about it instead of finding some one and asking them for there node connection info

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Sep 02, 2016Reply

i mean come on even if some one was abusing they can still kinda see where its coming from your tunneling traffic but your not share the same ipv6 address so if anyone was hosting a illegal site they can still trace whos doing it and the one person ruining the node that said abuser is connected to will not get the blame for it its not like ruining a tor relay node i think

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Sep 01, 2016Reply

That would be nice — at least in some contexts — and it would allow for easy establishment of a mesh network, even if you don't know any other peers. Perhaps it will be possible one day.

A year or two ago you couldn't connect to Hyperboria unless you had some peers. And the place to find new peers were on HypeIRC [on Hyperboria], d'oh. Today at least there's a Github repository of public nodes so that anyone can join the party.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Sep 01, 2016

any one here play ioquake3 ;3

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 30, 2016

man there are like only 3 post on the cjdns sub reddit and most of them are 2 years old thats kinda sad :[

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Aug 30, 2016Reply

I feel the same way. I'd really like to start or join a mesh network, but there's not really any other tech people where I live.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 30, 2016Reply

there are also alot of drunks where i live

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 30, 2016Reply

i was thinking about starting a local mesh net at my place but where i live every one is not very tech savy and also very backwards

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Aug 30, 2016Reply

What would you like to share or discuss about cjdns?

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016

yay i fond uot how to update my site on IPFS with out giving people new addresses just as long as they use this link http://127.0.0.1:8080/ipns/QmPDmgmbRxtegNcwS67oq7pWVMb8JoUE64kjzJLEPJuYkF/

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016Reply

i dont know why i see it but other people cant

tkarita · tkarita@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016Reply

They could probably use the ipfs.io proxy, too... doesn't seem to be loading though.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016

should i run both ipfs and zeronet 24/7 or just one of them well at lest with zeronet i can shut it down and come back to it

weakish · weakish@zeroid.biton Aug 29, 2016Reply

@Seelion: ipfs is a p2p file system that can be used to host web sites. ZeroNet is a full stack p2p website application. IMO, share huge video files -> BitTorrent/ed2k, share some photos -> ipfs, dynamic sites (blog with comments, forums, etc) -> ZeroNet, small static site -> ip2fs/ZeroNet, plain old static web site (works with JavaScript disabled) -> ipf.

Seelion · seelion@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016Reply

@weakish: So is it essentially the same as ZeroNet or something else?

weakish · weakish@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016Reply

@Seelion: Versioned, P2P File System. It has better support of static site than ZeroNet. (But no dynamic support.)

Seelion · seelion@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016Reply

What is IPFS' purpose?

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016

i just started using ipfs here is a site i just made on it containing all of my contact info http://127.0.0.1:8080/ipfs/QmTAU7otfBZwC6B1Mbs7T2tHpkPqRb5MdNVXGEjSssBLys/

weakish · weakish@zeroid.biton Aug 29, 2016Reply

@Mynameislegion: Replace http://127.0.0.1:8080 with https://ipfs.io (the built-in http proxy/public gateway of ipfs network).

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016Reply

@Kaffie: okay, I didn't know that with zero net I cannot access it.

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016Reply

@Mynameislegion: That's clearly an IPFS link, which he mentioned it was. Obviously you wouldn't be able to view it with just ZeroNet.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016Reply

@Mynameislegion: no i did not use the siteCreate command infact i just used ipfs add -r with a dir containing the html file and a image

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016Reply

im connected to 92 nodes i dont know why you not see it

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016Reply

@Deadjoker: Are you sure that "ipfs" belongs into that link? The siteCreate command wouldn't generate a such link would it

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016Reply

i must have goof up some where

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Aug 28, 2016Reply

The link does not work for me

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 27, 2016

i just checked out IPFS its a pretty cool looking file sharing program or should i say protocol i think

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 27, 2016Reply

not also that but its still sort being working on i think

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 26, 2016

so i was surfing the internet for p2p instant messaging and i came across this https://bitchat.im/ ps i would not trust it i would just use tox if i where you

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Aug 26, 2016Reply

The source is available, if anyone wants to check it ⌘ https://github.com/TechnitiumSoftware

It seems to be written in C# so I'm not gonna use the software (I don't want to have to install Mono).

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016

i dont know why but i wish there was another os out there on the market that is not linux or macos or windows i feel like there is not any real competition in the os market these days except for linux disros i know that linux mint is now gaining some speed but i honestly dont like mint i prefer debain or should i dare say it Ubuntu also like slackware

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 28, 2016Reply

@Alex: Doesn't really change anything..

Alex · bwoi@zeroid.biton Sep 27, 2016Reply
Alex · bwoi@zeroid.biton Sep 27, 2016Reply

@Scrub: RemixOS is very interesting, but it doesn't have support for most hardware unfortunately. From what I've experienced, it's very polished, and hopefully they'll fix most issues soon.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 27, 2016Reply

@Scrub: This ( http://news.softpedia.com/news/remix-os-has-eula-that-asks-users-to-waive-rights-to-all-user-content-498848.shtml ) makes RemixOS a big no-no... not only this but also that it uses Android.

Scrub · scrub@zeroid.biton Aug 27, 2016Reply

Remix OS seems interesting...

Spaghettidev · spaghettidev@zeroid.biton Aug 27, 2016Reply

There's an os called tails. I think you can find it on the tor website.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 26, 2016Reply

@Mynameislegion: Well, there are alternatives like Tizen, Ubuntu Touch and SailfishOS. I personally own a Jolla that runs SailfishOS. The nice thing with it is that is runs on desktop technology like Wayland, systemd and pulseaudio. It works really well and have Android support if it is needed.

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Aug 26, 2016Reply

@Deadjoker: Chrome OS is total crap...In my opinion, even more than for desktop we really need an alternative OS for mobile devices. There is only iOS and Android (sorry Windows phone), which are both shaped by corporate interests - their profits will always be more important than security & privacy. Future government policies (e.g. encryption bans/backdoors) will most likely influence their development, too.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 26, 2016Reply

@Jayofthezero: i would but vm sadly dosnt work on my pc

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Aug 26, 2016Reply

@Kaffie: Woah, ReactOS is an interesting concept, though the speed of development leaves much to be desired. Even so I'm definitely going to install it in a VM today to give it a whirl.

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Aug 26, 2016Reply

There's Haiku, which is based on BeOS: https://www.haiku-os.org/

There's also React OS, which is an open source Windows 95 clone: https://www.reactos.org/

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Aug 26, 2016Reply

Well Google has its new side-project called Fuchsia that they're working on. Nowhere near being a functional OS yet, but it boots.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 26, 2016Reply

@Spaghettidev: ive heard tails infact i tried it out one only problem is every one locks there boot manger and bios now adays

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016Reply

The amount of work you have to put down to get a kernel like the one in Linux, BSD, Illumos or Windows is enormous. Mac is using the BSD and ChromeOS/Android is Linux. No one would be that crazy. Especially when Linux, BSD and Illumos are open source. Today I think Linux is the one with the biggest momentum.. so a new OS would more than likely to be based on it.

So the question is really... why? Why do you wish this? The amount of choice of Linux is staggering already. What do you hope will be accomplished?

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016Reply

well there was a project to bing back beos but it looks like we wont be seeing any beta builds form them in a wile

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016Reply

i had a chrome book once that thing was very flimsy

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016Reply

true

tkarita · tkarita@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016Reply

Google has Chrome. They are not good at consumer software.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016

well it looks like uppit is dead :[

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016

my bitmessage address changed here is my new address BM-2cVA9JJP4qsWMF8kStV9hRE1teANsSFWNG

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016

man is it just me or dose it seem Zerome is more active then sone or frost hopefully it dose not end up like frost i still have night mares about using that god forsaken forum

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016

im going to save some of my money to get a raspberry pi model 2 so i can run my own phpbbs server through cjdns only problem is im having a hard time finding a dns server i could use and im not to sure if the pi has the power to run a forums site i know it can sort of handle cjdns with no problem

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016Reply

If you want power I would consider getting a Odroid-C2 (about double RPi3 and gigabit ethernet) which cost about the same. A Pine64 would also be interesting because of it's price. Which to get probably depends on shipment prices though.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016Reply

@Shellbound: i guess i could get a pi 3

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016Reply

Why a RPi2 and not RPi3 or even better a SBC which have gigabit ethernet? I can't see why it wouldn't be able to handle a simple forums site.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016Reply

i could setup a bind server but making a records for bind is a pain in my ass and im not to sure if it work not also that i think you would have to be connected to the server its self in order to be able to use said domian name i miss my older pcs that had ubuntu and openbsd installed on them

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016

a friend of mine is looking for a good mac address spoofer a apparently he keeps getting banned from second life and they just brought back hardware bans i keep telling him its his ip address there banning but i wonder is it possible to ban some one using there mac address

weakish · weakish@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016Reply

It is possible to ban mac address (assuming the user does not to change/fake mac address).

Unanimous · unanimous@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016Reply

Man it's been ages since I heard about someone that still went on Second life. Yeah some companies can ban via mac (if it was IP you could change that pretty easily).

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016

im trying to give up on skype yet i sort of cant because all of my overnet friends use it ive tried to get them to use tox and only one of them is currently using discord witch is better then skype

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016Reply

@PaintNinja: i second that

PaintNinja · paintninja@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016Reply

@Drezrek: Unfortunately though Discord has limited support on mobile with it not being accessible at all on feature phones, Windows Phones, Blackberries, etc... Also, the desktop app is essentially just a web wrapper. Once they sort that out then I agree Discord could be a good Skype alternative

Drezrek · drez@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016Reply

Been trying to do the same, however since everyone really dislikes Skype due to their Ads and such it shouldn't take too long for people to switch to something much better... Like Discord~

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016

if only i could use my default email client with zeromail that would be pretty cool well i know i can do something similar with bitmessage in fact i had bitmessage running on another pc as a daemon onec on my lan and i could connect to it remotely from my email client sadly that pc died on me it was rather old any ways and it had the hard drive click of death

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Feb 26, 2018Reply

@Nofish: I realize that SMTP/POP3 has an advanced feature: with rss a user can only receive notification and read newsfeeds, but with SMTP a user can can reply to ZeroMail, aka interact with ZeroNet users, need some extra setup for each site if there isn't an API though.
If there is an API, a dev on GNU/Linux or BSD can even easily do everything with cmdline, with super low system requirement, as no need for a GUI system setup.


The API is like, for every new item of newsfeeds, a user can reply to it by the API, without checking the dbschema. I guess we just need to add a placeholder reply_to: dbwrite cmd in the Newfeeds plugin and a zite developer can add it when adding newsfeeds feature.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Feb 23, 2018Reply

@Nofish: Good idea, rss is just a formatted text file and can be read by more apps besides email client, I know there are some Python libraries that can generate rss file, guess it can be very lightweight, too. I will give it a try. Still I can't answer B, C and D, will you accept it as an official plugin? If?

Nofish · nofish@zeroid.biton Feb 23, 2018Reply

@Binchan: I think an rss would be more suitable for third-party application notifications.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Feb 23, 2018Reply

@Nofish: It's also quite easy to add a feature of pushing Newsfeeds to an E-mail client, so a user can simply read ZeroNet newsfeeds and receive notifications without opening a browser

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Feb 23, 2018Reply

@ulrichard: looks like it needs a lot of efforts to transform it into an easy-using official plugin. Maybe it doesn't worth to do so many things for a small feature.
@Nofish: And what about an opt-in official plugin for email client by modifying ZeroMailProxy? Is it more doable?

Nofish · nofish@zeroid.biton Feb 23, 2018Reply

Currently the site's notification feed is defined by a sql request. To make zeromail notifications possible we need to allow javascript logic to return the latest message list.
It could be possible by extending the newsfeed plugin to support javascript function call signups. After that when the user visits ZeroHello, the plugin would create a sandboxed iframe to load and run the newsfeed returning javascript function and then inserts the items returned to the newsfeed.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Feb 23, 2018Reply

I can pick up A, but I never write a ZeroNet plugin before and I can't answer B and C, and only @Nofish can answer D, if he notices this message (ZeroNet somehow still can't guarantee message from publisher will be seen by receiver/target) and is interested in it. Hmm, I will create an issue on Github later.

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Feb 23, 2018Reply

@ulrichard: @Nofish: For local ZeroMail bot it's necessary to store extra data in local, but if for ZeroHello notification and SMTP/POP3 support, I think it's possible to integrate them into an official plugin. There is a tutorial by @Lola about how to write a ZeroNet plugin, and there are quite some third-party plugins by @Talnicrom which can be used as example.
The problems are.. A: who is/are going to implement them? B: Are there some difficulties? C: When will it get finished? D: Will it get accepted by the official?

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Feb 23, 2018Reply

@Binchan @nofish: Any chance of this getting integrated in the ZeroNet distribution? So that users don't have to fiddle around and run the risk of incompatibilities after upgrades.

Binchan · binchan2mobile@zeroid.biton Feb 22, 2018Reply

@ulrichard: If you use local Zeromail bot, you can keep deleted zeromail in your local.
For SMTP/POP3 check ZeroMailProxy

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016Reply

Yes imap for zeromail would be cool, but I think it would be quite difficult to implement, as the two models are very different. And in addition, I don't like if the sender can delete messages from my inbox.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016Reply

You're right, except that ZeroMail's quota is ridiculously low (and Erkan's gone AWOL, so there's hardly a chance that ZeroVerseMail will ever become popular).

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016

nothing better then a fresh cup of coffee in the morn

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016Reply

@tkarita: me, too — the keming is pretty bad.

tkarita · tkarita@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016Reply

I didn't read that closely enough... the first time, I missed the pixel between "r" and "n" and read "in the mom".

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016

im feeling a bit sad i need to find some thing that can help me with my stress and desperation its getting to the point where i cant deal with my self any more

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016Reply

Sounds like you should consider getting professional help... or get a hobby where you work with your hands.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016

can people see all of the post i deleted or no i know its possible to edit posts

CronianIce · cronianice@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016Reply

I would imagine it takes some time to publish edits and deletes to some peers. Someone could go into the data directory on their local computer and view your old posts, but that's only if they've previously requested the data.

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016

to reteach my self html or not to that is the question

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016

should there be some sort of a backup of all of your older posts just case when people do dumb things like what i did :S

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016Reply

ive deleted all of my data in my zeronet folder

NooitAf · nooitaf@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016Reply

What did you do?

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016

hey if you want to contact me on bitmessage my address is BM-2cWh1soJaDijGLVwQXu21YQHrJyedbXcCz

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016

im mad at my self now how could i be such a fool

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016

well live and learn

Deadjoker · deadjoker@zeroid.biton Aug 23, 2016

well deleting all of my data defiantly didn't help

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