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Emeraude commented on Krixano's post: @Krixano: Actually it's the exact opposite. Because of deadlines and lack of code review, proprietary software is more prone to vulnerabilities and bugs. Plus, you have no warranty that there is no backdoor/malicious code execution involved (Wiko is a recent example of that)
Emeraude commented on Krixano's post: Because it's not free software. (And because it's a derivation of an extermely unstable WIP OS called "dirty OS")
Emeraude commented on Schiz0's post: Do you plan hosting this list on a ZeroNet zite?
Emeraude commented on Krixano's post: @Krixano: It's only my opinion, but I don't think bringing Google into ZeroNet is a good idea at all. This has been discussed a few days ago on [ZeroTalk](http://127.0.0.1:43110/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:12_13aB79mzuRLgDYzQthn9wzycjw77WyDXh6).
Emeraude commented on Krixano's post: No.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Glightstar: `hostname` is just a shortcut for the real domain name, which is `hostname.`. There is always a dot, but it's never wrote because... I don't know why actually. @Ivesen: Yep, it has to exist ;) More information here: http://www.dns-sd.org/trailingdotsindomainnames.html
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Glightstar: Yes, that's the correct domain name. The domain name without the `.` is supposed to be a shortcut.
Emeraude commented on Jayofthezero's post: @Jayofthezero: Yes, that's planned ;)
Emeraude commented on Jayofthezero's post: Yes, I'll take a look at it. This would make ZeroMusic support large FLAC files :)
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Musickiller: If you are using a script that manage streams to log errors in a file, the file won't be filled. That's only an example, and it can be very confusing if you are using a monitoring tool.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Musickiller: Isn't writing text on stdout/stderr one of the very first things you are supposed to learn when learning a (new) language?
Erneraude commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Maybe. But it's not how it works in the real world. A company will never fall if they open source all their software. Just look at RedHat or GitLab. And there are thousands of examples.
Erneraude commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: More seriously, you cannot trust a proprietary software. Why is the source code hidden? Why do you want to hide the wanted behaviour of the software I let you ran on **my** computer?
Erneraude commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: You said "security" and "Windows" in the same sentence... ;) Thx :) I tried to setup namecoin once, but I didn't manage to make it work. I'll it another try when I'll be less busy^^
Erneraude commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Avast, a company who designed proprietary security software? Yet another abomination that shouldn't exist.
Erneraude commented on Musickiller's post: It depends on the webcam. If the manufacturer is not a complete dumbass, it's impossible.
Emeraude started following Krixano
Emeraude commented on Krixano's post: Since it's a bitcoin address, yes.
Emeraude started following Lola
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Polar: Cool, I didn't know about it :) Maybe I'll make some PRs...
Emeraude commented on Binchan's post: I'm really bad at CSS, and didn't plan to improve the design soon. I'm happy someone did it :)
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: I think I'll buy them. It may seems a bit paranoid, but I don't understand why the government has to know all the places I go with their cameras.
Emeraude commented on Binchan's post: I just merged, signed and published it.
Emeraude commented on Binchan's post: @Binchan: Perfect. I'm a bit busy now, I'll review it and merge it during the next week. :)
Emeraude started following Binchan
Emeraude commented on Binchan's post: Oh that looks very nice! Could you make a PR on the [github repository](https://github.com/Emeraude/ZeroMusic/)? I didn't really work on the design of the site, and I'm happy you did something like that :)
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: Apparently they will not confuse drivers, because they act exactly like safety vests.
Emeraude commented on ulrichard's post: 100% accurate.
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: This sounds great! Will there be a video live for people that can not come? Is it possible to hold a remote speech?
Erneraude commented on ZAlex's post: @Uv: I don't know where you live, but do you believe you live in a democracy?
Erneraude commented on ZAlex's post: This sounds completely stupid because it is Google, but remember that the same thing is happening for thepiratebay and warez sites (which do not contains illegal things, only links to illegal content), and, strangely, in this case, everybody thinks it's ok.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Sirenyc: I'm a bit busy now, but I'll definitely continue to work on ZeroMusic later. You can checkout the [github repo](https://github.com/Emeraude/ZeroMusic), there is a list of planned features in the readme file.
Erneraude commented on tiamat's post: I also managed to modify bloxels several times in a row by updating my system clock (that lowered the difficulty).
Erneraude commented on tiamat's post: I managed to put a #ff00ff pixel at 60,18 by editing the html. Do you plan to make it impossible?
Erneraude commented on tiamat's post: I really really like this kind of site (I've always been fascinated by the million dollar homepage). However, isn't it too heavy to mine over the browser?
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Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Sirenyc: Yes, more formats will be added in the future. I don't know which ones yet, but it's planned.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Sirenyc: There is no limit for optional files anymore (The limit for mandatory json files is still here)
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Sirenyc: I set a limit for optional files to 10GB. It was stupid, I just removed it. You should be able to upload again
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Emeraude started following Mkg20001
Emeraude commented on Mkg20001's post: @Mynameislegion: I left ubuntu just before the 11.04 version, which was the first one using Unity. I always found it pretty (for those who like flat design), but too less efficient for being used as a desktop environment all of the time. Dropping it is a very good choice, and gnome is a very good desktop environment.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Sirenyc: I'm thinking about making something similar to classical music players. My current model is Rhythmbox.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Sirenyc: You now have 1MB.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @disquisedBeemo: No. I just cloned it and it worked well without me having to do anything special. Can you describe precisely the issue (ZeroNet logs, zite behaviour, etc...)?
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Plasmmer: Yes, but if two people are uploading the same song with small differences (maybe typos in ID3 tags), the hash will be different and the sonds will not be detected as identical.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Plasmmer: It is planned, but I'll do it after the metadata detection system.
Emeraude started following PaintNinja
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Sirenyc: I gave you 200KB this time.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Jayofthezero: Sounds strange. What are the names of the files you tried to upload ?
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Sirenyc: It's planned yes.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Sirenyc: I think I found it. I limited the non-optional files to 10KB, and metadata about optional files take a lot of space (files hashes, etc...). I changed it to 50KB for everybody. It should be ok now. I'll probably add a way to require more space when you are at the limit (maybe sending by me a notification in my newsfeed or something like that)
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Sirenyc: The images are cool. I'll may use one of them (I made some drafts too)
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Sirenyc: I set a limit of 10GB for everybody (I don't care about the limit since there is only optional files). It only works for mp3 files now. What does the zeronet logs say ?
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Kaffie: I'm not sure if the folder structure you are thinking about could work, I don't know if it's possible to do it using ZeroNet API without having the zite requiring admin rights. Maybe it's impossible even using them. I'll sure look into that.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Kaffie @Rythyrix: ID3 support is planned. The current detection system is very poor and obviously bugged.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Kaffie: It sounds really strange. I just tried it from a fresh ZeroNet install and it worked correctly (I just had to refresh the page once, because there is no real-time update for now). Is there any error in the zeronet logs or in the browser console ?
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Kaffie @Rhthyrix: I re-signed it, it looks ok now.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: Apparently @nofish already tought about it^^
Emeraude commented on FraYoshi's post: Since there is an history, we can fix it easily, as in Wikipedia.
Erneraude commented on ZAlex's post: Is it better than GitLab ?
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Hexkey: This sounds cool for the USB one. But for the bluetooth one your are not only interacting with the computer, but with all the compatible devices around. I think there will be really nasty things done with this one...
Emeraude started following ks
Emeraude started following FraYoshi
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: @Nofish: I'm using 0.5.2 rev1882
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: When trying to mute someone I got error `[ZeroMe] Websocket callback not found: Object { to: 46, cmd: "response", result: Object, id: 42 }` in `all.js:25:7`
Emeraude started following Rambotito
Emeraude commented on Yvesrogne's post: @Balancer73: Online translaters are very bad at translating french, but I think translate.google.com and translate.yandex.ru are better than the two others.
Emeraude started following Amandine
Emeraude commented on Martinv's post: There are two ways to create such content: via an existing zite or by creating a new one. But if a zite contains malware/pedo, its visitors will just stop seeding it. But propagating this kind of shit via existing zites, I think the zites have to adapt. As an example, we can flag accounts as spam on ZeroMePlus. The illegal content is not really an issue. If hosting and seeding pedo stuff was that worrying, google and amazon would have been imprisoned years ago. Regarding the malware part, we need some security audit to prevent it. But remember that downloading malware is harmless if you do not execute it.
Emeraude commented on Martinv's post: Since I'm using a laptop, I'm leaving ZeroNet running as much as I can (I probably have an uptime of 95%).
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Ulrichard: It's the poor people who pay for it (I just followed the registration process to figure out)
Emeraude commented on Greatsick's post: Et pourtant ce qu'il dit est vrai.
Emeraude commented on Sick Gamer's post: That does not really look like a tesseract...
Emeraude commented on marksane's post: There are 3 halves ? :P
Emeraude commented on Martinv's post: Indeed, I always tought it was a notification counter.
Emeraude started following Xeers2
Emeraude commented on Greatsick's post: Git is a development platform while github is a social network (you can follow people, like their repositories, you have notifications and even a timeline)
Emeraude started following ulrichard
Emeraude commented on Flyman's post: Why are you using charset window-1251 ? It's awful, utf-8 is ways better.
Emeraude commented on ks's post: Is there an equivalent for firefox ?
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Emeraude commented on Martinv's post: And add a button to change the language of a post you wrote, since a lot of users are writting posts both in english and in their mother tongue.
Emeraude commented on Greatsick's post: @Great Sick: Try with option `qrencode -t UTF8`
Emeraude commented on Greatsick's post: I thinks the character `█` is prettier to do this kind of things.
Emeraude started following G1tich
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Mynameislegion: I'm using duckduckgo for 3 years now, but sometimes the bang `!g` is pretty useful.
Emeraude started following Sirenyc
Emeraude started following ZAlex
Erneraude commented on ZAlex's post: Even if it's american, I prefer duckduckgo, there are more features and I think the duckduckgo bangs are better than the qwant ones.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: Another thing I love about connman is its integration within enlightenment, but it's not a very objective argument.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: One day I'll write a complete article about why emails are badly designed and should not be used anymore.
Emeraude started following Twelves
Emeraude commented on Twelves's post: Follow the white rabbit.
Emeraude commented on Twelves's post: The matrix has you.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: Orange responded that it was due to a human error. It has been fixed about one hour after the beginning of the "bug".
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Barbu: A lot of french media reacted to that. There are a lot of articles like [this one](http://www.nextinpact.com/news/101786-google-fr-bloque-pour-apologie-terrorisme-orange-invoque-erreur-humaine.htm) @Megfault: Since this happened only one day ago, lqdn hasn't made any public reaction yet
Emeraude commented on Voruman's post: @Voruman: There are two json files listing the registered users. They can be found in the `ZeroNet/data/1iD5ZQJMNXu43w1qLB8sfdHVKppVMduGz/data` diretory
Emeraude commented on Voruman's post: There are currently 25759 ZeroID registered, but there is no way to precisely know how many users have been running Zeronet.
Emeraude started following Talnicrom
Emeraude commented on weakish's post: @ks: me too
Erneraude commented on Musickiller's post: I had the problem of the touchpad/touchscreen once. I just forgot to install the drivers. After installing them, everything worked well.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Emeraude: And to like it.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: Ok, it's possible to create an empty post :)
Emeraude started following weakish
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: Really cool improvements :)
Emeraude started following Kaffie
Erneraude commented on Musickiller's post: I used several music players in the past: - VLC, very stable and complete, the web interface is awesome for managing your playlist in remote. - Rhythmbox, a complete player I used a few years ago, and now I'm reusing it since a few months. - Rage, an unknown litghtweight player similar to mplayer, but with lack of some options, especially for video. - Mpg123, a console/ncurses player. Fun to see a soft like this, but some bugs are presents. I also tried an emacs-mode that play audio files. Fun too, but pretty useless.
Erneraude commented on Musickiller's post: I'm using two terms: terminology (the best term I know), and guake (a drop-down terminal) with tmux and byobu for screen splitting.
Emeraude commented on Spaghettidev's post: I deleted mine, so I agree with you.
Emeraude commented on Shellbound's post: I didn't even know there were a beginner's guide. I've been using the Installation Guide each time I had to install it.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @Nutomic: Storing password in plaintext is illegal in Europe. And I'm pretty sure sending a lot of data is not the better way to DDoS au website. Making a lot of requests to an heavy page should be more efficient.
Emeraude commented on Quadrangle's post: I wrote a lot of C code a few years ago. It's not especially difficult, but its paradigm is very different from java one. The pointers can be hard at the beginning, but since it looks like references, it should not be too difficult for you.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @ks: The whole code I posted is shit. I didn't write it by myself. (And the whole code could be written without loops, just using globbing)
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @ks: Indeed, I didn't think about it.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: Because `tar -xvzf * && rm *_*.tgz` was too easy.
Emeraude commented on Emeraude's post: @ks: I could have used `seq`, indeed
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: Having a page filled with all the users registered may be heavy in the future. Is pagination planned ?
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: Having a page filled with all the users registered may be heavy in the future. Is pagination planned ?
Erneraude commented on megfault's post: It appears to be fixed. It occured when the comment was on another hub.
Erneraude commented on megfault's post: It appears to be fixed. It occured when the comment was on another hub.
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Erneraude commented on megfault's post: I reported this bug this morning: https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroMe/issues/2
Erneraude commented on megfault's post: I reported this bug this morning: https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroMe/issues/2
Erneraude commented on megfault's post: It seems to work only for comments on your own posts.
Erneraude commented on megfault's post: It seems to work only for comments on your own posts.
Erneraude commented on P2P's post: Same issue
Erneraude commented on P2P's post: Same issue
Emeraude started following Tkarita
Erneraude commented on Aizen123's post: I'm waiting for it too.
Erneraude commented on Aizen123's post: I'm waiting for it too.
Erneraude commented on Kaffie's post: I do not use Facebook. What was the Stalker-box ?
Erneraude commented on Kaffie's post: I do not use Facebook. What was the Stalker-box ?
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Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: It seems to work correctly for comments on my own posts, but not when i try to edit my comments to someone else posts.
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: It seems to work correctly for comments on my own posts, but not when i try to edit my comments to someone else posts.
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: Works well now... Strange
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: Works well now... Strange
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: I got this error when I try to edit a comment (but it works well on editing posts).
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: I got this error when I try to edit a comment (but it works well on editing posts).
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: TypeError: data.comment[comment_index] is undefined all.js:3703:11
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: TypeError: data.comment[comment_index] is undefined all.js:3703:11
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: Actually it's not the default text, but the last you used.
Erneraude commented on Nofish's post: Actually it's not the default text, but the last you used.
Emeraude started following Hellozeronetwork
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## Programmer, Poet, Conlanger, Composer ### Projects * [ZeroNet Exe Installer](/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:1526846299_12gAes6NzDS9E2q6Q1UXrpUdbPS6nvuBPu/ZeroNet+Exe+Installer+Beta+P2P+Message+Plugin+by+GitCenter) * [KxoNetwork](/kxonet.bit) * [KxoVid](/kxovid.bit) * [New Important Zites](/1MiS3ud9JogSQpd1QVmM6ETHRmk5RgJn6E/) * [ZeroMedium](/ZeroMedium.bit/?/) ([GitCenter](/1BEPbMfV8QtaZCD2cPNbabfDKnmhTAZRPx)) * [ZeroExchange](/1PHBjZSAc6mHDMkySJNs3XeSXUL7eY7Q7W) * [ZeroNet Dev Center](/14pM9huTYzJdyQyHRj6v2kfhMe8DrxwpGt) * [ZeroDB](/ZeroDB.bit) * [ZeroFrame Router Example](/1K2myjtjoEVpRC2JMieRL73ES4V4iLP2Ev) * [Important Zites](/15Pf9VVuDT8NSWj1qUBh4V89yPmrmzRw6a/) (Old) * [My Portal Zite](/1JBXrjCabLEWXmKJ2pJ4XhxA4rwYAEazKw)
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Liberté. Egalité. Poulet. 🌈 I don't defend my ideas. They are not mine. Please, share your music : [mixtape.bit](/mixtape.bit)
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A post-life-sciences student, lerne Deutsch, learning various things about Internet and others. In future like to focus on research esp. on Artificial Life. * [ZeroNet General Dark Theme](/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:1524712925_1AWwhg4EiWAVttfQboJZ4wJfX3WawfJT3h) * [ZeroNet Mobile Guide](/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:7_1AWwhg4EiWAVttfQboJZ4wJfX3WawfJT3h) * [ZeroNet Dev Resources Index](/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:1509171908_1AWwhg4EiWAVttfQboJZ4wJfX3WawfJT3h/Yet+another+ZeroNet+Dev+Resources+Index) * [My Messy Blog](/1EiMAqhd6sMjPG2tznkkGXxhdwFBDdeqT9/) * [My Messy Repo](/13zzNGxEXDeLxHEGZdG3mE7G8dChf45LrV) * [My 0-Gallery](/1D2C23aAoHeoJsvPjZZxS9bt3i93uRVfUP) * [My 0-Share](/1Dphm8Mth9WYN9fPm1yxj8Y4WhcKRhYXJJ/) * [ZeroMe Chronological Timeline](?Post/1oranGeS2xsKZ4jVsu9SVttzgkYXu4k9v/1AWwhg4EiWAVttfQboJZ4wJfX3WawfJT3h/1518537114) * [ZeroMe Language Character Filter and Hub Timeline](?Post/1oranGeS2xsKZ4jVsu9SVttzgkYXu4k9v/1AWwhg4EiWAVttfQboJZ4wJfX3WawfJT3h/1503681678) --- --- [Send me a ZeroMail](/mail.zeronetwork.bit/?to=binchan2), and [If you need ZeroMail notification](/1EiMAqhd6sMjPG2tznkkGXxhdwFBDdeqT9/?Post:67)
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[zeropub](http://127.0.0.1:43110/zeropub.bit) dev. [BloxelWars!](http://127.0.0.1:43110/143TbAqxkbJsYtLnMSkAKjyJoQmFhp1cDR/) dev. Also five headed dragon.
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Privacy, politics and raspberry pies. [The Snowden Files](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1DaXkbpBN7d9h78T5mjB2gTV9Ui46Bjwcv) [Wikileaks Torrents](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1BXLnSBQrCamckJfJoTfyyvpYXTvWy6rts/) [Offshore Leaks DataBase](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1A3o3DnncsAGJoSQfpErDyX39Gz5TS8H87/) [Prism-Break Mirror](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1Br4MT7PgsRET2APJkbhqqoxwL1CqcCFxh)
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## 16 Year old Developer and P2P guy ### Projects - [`ZeroMe Reloaded`](http://localhost:43110/me.mkg20001.bit) - [`HelloZeroProxy`](http://localhost:43110/1ProxyQi6h6cy2gGybQECs2WgxnoEP4Cvr) - [`ZionHost`](https://zion.host) ### Profiles, Contact & more - [`mkg20001.github.io`](https://mkg20001.github.io) - [`GitHub @mkg20001`](https://github.com/mkg20001) - [`Blog`](http://localhost:43110/mkg20001.bit) - [`PGP 0x9CF49C5F`](http://keyserver.ubuntu.com/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x0D948CE19CF49C5F) - [`mkg20001 at gmail dot com`](http://keyserver.ubuntu.com/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x0D948CE19CF49C5F)
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Author of ZeroNet's first decentralised music streaming service called "NinjaBeats". - [NinjaBeats website (NEW!)](http://127.0.0.1:43110/15F9LYs6c17NUXv3MxpJSGbpWxyHTEbzMk/) - [NinjaBeats streamer (NEW! - Now works on mobile)](http://127.0.0.1:43110/15F9LYs6c17NUXv3MxpJSGbpWxyHTEbzMk/stream/audio.html) - [Contact me](http://127.0.0.1:43110/Mail.ZeroNetwork.bit/?to=paintninja) - [My blog](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1BufKyfSLxGcWFkP6T3t4HJYXzhKA1DVrM)
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Nobody can stop me from dreaming [✉](/itskas.bit/)
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ZeroNet is the way! **[fgobbo.com](http://fgobbo.com)** **[8 bits away [blog]](/1GrwWFTmrKgUGQsGxrKSsRbb2dt8UJaBPN/?Home)**: **[HomePage [todo]](/1BkHJVdwgs8YYDDRwekY1UDnzNmrGX8tYg)** **[ZeroWiki [ITA]](/121RPConrCLF4pu8uhKBnPHjyvhLhtJXr4)**:
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Une fille simple dans un monde compliqué. BLOG:http://127.0.0.1:43110/1CE6Burpxifrxg5VDmtWqvhmKiQjmgGm2s/?Home
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Uh.. mes medias seront supprimés bientôt
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Random ZeroNet user
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paragliding, software, bitcoin [my blog](/ulrichard.bit) [my gallery](/1EHrpXd3f6CyKooBFtpLhdFk5C3bqFhyg1) [tandem flights](/paraeasy.bit) [south america trip 2007](/1MrcCZjfRCKeJZAENsjDqf7dvDhEhFpsXY) [Why I prefer Bitcoin](/13UYenBm13vidxEA9DxKMSA3CJacWdkpke) [Why I prefer Linux](/1Aiq4P8bh1f9pPxQz9MA2Z1cDkYaUGjEPn/) [Tesla for Bitcoin](/1P9yJty4fzXkuGV3BSM4VSADr7xap2riAa/) [Bought with Bitcoin](/17JvYecccPVS8nzngiUKwJQe8LX5jrjNwo/)
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TAIWAN NUMBER ONE
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Utilisateur ZeroNet aléatoire
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Kawaii ZeroNet user
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I am an Arch Linux user and generally a fan of all things open source. I use Bspwm on my desktop.
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Not so random ZeroNet user
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Random ZeroNet user 🤙
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Idiot. Love GNU/Linux, KDE, Qt, Free / Libre / Open Source Software, Python, Pirate Party, ZeroNet and other awesome technologies, ideas, projects and software that respect our rights, freedom, privacy and anonimity. There is no meaning of life. Links: -[ My main ZeroSite](http://127.0.0.1:43110/ZAlex.bit/) -[ ZeroMail](http://127.0.0.1:43110/Mail.ZeroNetwork.bit/?to=zalex@zeroid.bit) -[ ClearNet site](http://zausoft.ru) -[ E-Mail](mailto:zalex@zausoft.org)
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Random anarchist
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Be free [ZeroMe "Plus"](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1Lj1oPcN7oZQL8HkS5KbkzQuKqs42zQWY6/) - Clickable & searchable hashtags - Reverse comment order option - See a random post [ZeroNet Mods](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1JjHyLeEDidHyyN33Y8f8cQKVEzWCEPnW7/) - Simple API - User switcher - Default User
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a vigorously lazy deadbeat with matured immaturity **Zites** [SetupList](/setuplist.0web.bit) **Clearnet** [mmap.page](https://mmap.page) **License** Permission to use, copy, modify, and/or distribute all my posts and comments at ZeroMe for any purpose with or without fee is hereby granted.
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Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Dec 24, 2017

I just wanted to create another twitter account, and those dumbass are asking me for a phone number.
So I have two questions for Twitter: Why the hell do you need my phone number to let me post things? And is there are least one feature on your shitty website that isn't completely broken?

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

Try the fully decentralized SoMe platfor, Scuttlebutt ⌘ https://www.scuttlebutt.nz/

Styromaniac · styromaniac@zeroid.biton Dec 26, 2017Reply

Mastodon is better.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Nov 28, 2017

Bitcoin is now worth more than 10000$

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Nov 28, 2017Reply

@Vpe: You can check https://coinmap.org/ for how it's widely used.

Vpe · vpe@zeroid.biton Nov 28, 2017Reply

Is it useful?

Binchan · binchan2@zeroid.biton Nov 28, 2017Reply

I'm too slow... go somewhere else to post XD
Btw, I check my screenshots, 1000$ is Jan-02-2017.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Oct 09, 2017

Sometimes I use twitter, and I have to honestly say it really sucks. But today I took it to a whole new point: I tried to make a "tweet" button that share an URL. And their "cards" (their equivalent to opengraph) system is shitty as hell. While doing my tests I discovered tons of weird/buggy stuff. One day I'll make a list of all the bugs I found on this site, but I think it will make me overflow the ZeroMe user space limit...
(I think the best one I found is that the url https://twitter.com. (aka the default page) doesn't work.)

Musickiller · musickiller@zeroid.biton Oct 10, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: interesting, thanks for the link

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Oct 09, 2017Reply

@Glightstar: hostname is just a shortcut for the real domain name, which is hostname.. There is always a dot, but it's never wrote because... I don't know why actually.
@Ivesen: Yep, it has to exist ;)
More information here: http://www.dns-sd.org/trailingdotsindomainnames.html

Ivesen · ivesen@zeroid.biton Oct 09, 2017Reply

I don't think twitter.com. has to exist, and there are resolvers cough systemd cough that can't resolve FQDN's.

Glightstar · glightstar@zeroid.biton Oct 09, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: ??? A shortcut to where?
The shortest way would be just twitter.com (which doesn't work here)

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Oct 09, 2017Reply

@Glightstar: Yes, that's the correct domain name. The domain name without the . is supposed to be a shortcut.

Glightstar · glightstar@zeroid.biton Oct 09, 2017Reply

there is a . at the end of the url.
https://twitter.com/

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Oct 04, 2017

This morning, I started counting the amount of ads I saw in the public transport services. It amounted to 324 within roughly 40 minutes. How the hell am I supposed to work correctly with such a daily mental pollution?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Oct 03, 2017

Do javascript developers know about stderr ?
670k of bad stdout usage (github)
2M9 of good stderr usage (github)
That's almost 25% of misuse of output streams...

Musickiller · musickiller@zeroid.biton Oct 04, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: convinced =D

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Oct 04, 2017Reply

@Musickiller: If you are using a script that manage streams to log errors in a file, the file won't be filled. That's only an example, and it can be very confusing if you are using a monitoring tool.

Musickiller · musickiller@zeroid.biton Oct 04, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: I mean, what's the big deal in stdout misuse?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Oct 03, 2017Reply

@Musickiller: Isn't writing text on stdout/stderr one of the very first things you are supposed to learn when learning a (new) language?

Musickiller · musickiller@zeroid.biton Oct 03, 2017Reply

and what's the problem?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Sep 18, 2017

I just managed to make working tabs in pure HTML/CSS, without any javascript.
I think I should make a bootstrap-like framework based on this concept...

Deafboy · deafboy@zeroid.biton Dec 30, 2017Reply

Pls. share your discovery with the OpenBazaar dev team. They brush it off every time someone brings up the lack of tabs.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Sep 18, 2017Reply

@Polar: Cool, I didn't know about it :)
Maybe I'll make some PRs...

Polar · polar@zeroid.biton Sep 18, 2017Reply
Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Sep 13, 2017

Does anyone know a site where we can access all ISO books freely ?

Ivesen · ivesen@zeroid.biton Sep 15, 2017Reply

@Glightstar: ISO is a standards organisation, they publish standards on things...
like how your power outlets are supposed to work :v

Glightstar · glightstar@zeroid.biton Sep 15, 2017Reply

AntiLibrary maybe?

(sry, I have absolutely no idea what you mean by "ISO books" :D)

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Sep 07, 2017

I'm considering buying Reflectacles glasses (clearnet)
Did anyone try it? Is it worth the money?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Sep 11, 2017Reply

I think I'll buy them. It may seems a bit paranoid, but I don't understand why the government has to know all the places I go with their cameras.

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Sep 11, 2017Reply

If you do order, please report back how you like them.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Sep 08, 2017Reply

Apparently they will not confuse drivers, because they act exactly like safety vests.

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

Looks cool. If it's only for a prank it is costly. But if you have real use then it might be fine. At this price point, I prefer to try before buy.

weakish · weakish@zeroid.biton Sep 08, 2017Reply

Will they confuse the drivers?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 21, 2017

To the guy who decided that you have to own a phone to make online purchases: fuck you.

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Aug 22, 2017Reply

@weakish: That sucks.

weakish · weakish@zeroid.biton Aug 21, 2017Reply

@Jayofthezero: Yes, the phone number is linked to identity. There is no anonymous prepaid SIM in CN. Ironically one big (really big) company blocks login of old existing users until they bind their account with a phone number, and at the same time its PR department uses illegal SIM (SIM cards bought in the name of other people, usually via leaked ID card numbers) to register at its competitor's service, and posted some nasty content (these nasty content has been publicized later to attack the reputation of its competitor).

望天门山边 · zefinity@zeroid.biton Aug 21, 2017Reply

@Jayofthezero: CN gov has blocked ALL phone numbers without real-name-registration for a long time. ( - _ - #)

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Aug 21, 2017Reply

@weakish: That sucks. Though I guess it's the CN Gov's way of keeping an eye on you. Is there no easy way to get a prepaid SIM?

weakish · weakish@zeroid.biton Aug 21, 2017Reply

In CN you have to own a phone to register an account for any web/mobile app.

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Aug 21, 2017Reply

What country is that?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton May 29, 2017

Archlinux/Enlightenment I just had a very weird issue with my computer. Some root binaries where unable to be run in enlightenment: su/sudo, chromium and some enlightenment modules, while they had no problem in gnome.
The reason is weirder: a patch in the last version of the kernel messed up the suid system, making some applications impossible to run.
So I rolled back to a previous kernel (I'm now using the linux-lts kernel, which version is 4.9 instead of 4.11).
Here are some clearnet links about this issue:
Setuid explanation
Issue on Enlightenment bord
Issue on Gentoo forum
Issue on Kernel bugtracker
The broken kernel patch

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017

There were a lot of latency in ZeroMusic, due to a mistake I made (one request to the zeroframe API was made per song, which made it very slow on load).
I completely modified the architecture of the two lists (both artists and songs), now it's instant :)
It is also possible to reset the artist filter (by clicking on "Artists")

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 28, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Ok =)

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Apr 28, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: I'm a bit busy now, but I'll definitely continue to work on ZeroMusic later. You can checkout the github repo, there is a list of planned features in the readme file.

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 28, 2017Reply

How is the development of ZeroMusic? I uploaded a lot of music =)
(Do you have any possibility to put a search bar? It's getting complicated to find the artist.)

Thx!

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 15, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Ok =)

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Apr 15, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: Yes, more formats will be added in the future. I don't know which ones yet, but it's planned.

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 15, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: As the development of the site progresses, are you planning to upload music in the format (M4a, MP4, Ogg, Flac)?

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 10, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: I upload the songs for a full CD! But there are guys who put the same music, is there any way to delete the songs that are repeated? Just so you do not take up more space? I think the guys should upload the complete CD, so it makes the site more organized and avoids loose music.

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 08, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Thx!

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Apr 08, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: There is no limit for optional files anymore (The limit for mandatory json files is still here)

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 08, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Now I'll upload more! Thx! =)
Have you set a limit or are you without?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Apr 08, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: I set a limit for optional files to 10GB. It was stupid, I just removed it. You should be able to upload again

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 07, 2017Reply

(limit used: 381.00kB / 976.00kB) - "Content signing failed".

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 07, 2017Reply

Some more LOGO ideas! (ZEROMUSIC)

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 07, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Of nothing started to give the error "Content signing failed" when I will upload the song. Even though I have limit it is giving the error as if it does not divide limit!

Can you verify why this error? =)

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 05, 2017Reply

@Rythyrix: Thx!

Rythyrix · rythyrix@zeroid.biton Apr 05, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: No. Currently, only MP3s are supported.

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 05, 2017Reply

Does the site support music with m4a?

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 05, 2017Reply

@Emeraude:
This aurous design idea for the site would look perfect!
https://ibb.co/hmVC3v

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 05, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Will you have any option when clicking the artist will show the albums with the complete songs, or will a list appear with all the songs mixed? I'm putting the complete albums on the site because it's easier to find that particular album there!

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 05, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: =)

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Apr 05, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: I'm thinking about making something similar to classical music players. My current model is Rhythmbox.

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 04, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Do you already have any design ideas for the site?

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 03, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: THX! =)

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Apr 03, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: You now have 1MB.

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 02, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Update my limit, I can not put more music. Can you make that upper limit for everyone? So it keeps you from trading straight.

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 02, 2017Reply

@Roberth Castaño: Mine also appears.

Roberth Castaño · rcastanonz@zeroid.biton Apr 02, 2017Reply

Is it normal that zeronet displays this message in the right side bar?

Lost Files:
data/users/1958F7oCppj78MP966AfojMQwHg2WUupzq/content.json

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 01, 2017Reply

You're giving the limit error again, can you release more limit for me? Thx!

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 01, 2017Reply

The user is speaking that is giving error of "CONTENT.JSON DOWNLOAD FAILED" when it goes to access the site, how can you verify?

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Apr 01, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Can you leave the artist with one color and the lyrics of the song of another color on the home screen? It would be better to visualize the texts, because everything white looks strange! Until the interface is improved.

Suggestion. =)

disquisedBeemo · bmoon@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Emeraude Sorry to waste your time. Zeronet could not find the coffeescript compiler, so i got a lot of funny error in the firefox console.

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Plasmmer: Emeraude is the owner of the site! =) I uploaded them to help. The Ninja Beats player was very good! I believe he will put a better one.

Plasmmer · plasmmer@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: Do you plan introduce that player?

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

I already made a total of 3.53 GB of music upload on the site!
All it takes is the guys to help distribute the files!

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@disquisedBeemo: No. I just cloned it and it worked well without me having to do anything special. Can you describe precisely the issue (ZeroNet logs, zite behaviour, etc...)?

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Plasmmer: Nice Player ! =)

disquisedBeemo · bmoon@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

When i clone your github repo, the website does not work. Is any setup required?

disquisedBeemo · bmoon@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

It works really well :). So many things that could be implemented.

Plasmmer · plasmmer@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Oh, ok. True. And please, introduce the function to show album arts.
Here's a good player you can implement: https://nt1m.github.io/media-player/

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Plasmmer: Yes, but if two people are uploading the same song with small differences (maybe typos in ID3 tags), the hash will be different and the sonds will not be detected as identical.

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Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 25, 2017

Worked on ZeroMusic this evening.
The interface has been improved, and the zite is now divided into two panes: the artists one, and the songs one. Songs can be sorted by artists, and non-downloaded songs are printed in grey.

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Jayofthezero: Kkkk There's still more! It's good the guys help in the seeds! =)

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: LOL, dude do you have to upload your entire music collection? XD

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Can you increase the limit further? Almost there!

Plasmmer · plasmmer@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: I have a suggestion: album art.

Plasmmer · plasmmer@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Jayofthezero: Thanks!

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Now it worked! =)

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: It loads the seeds of the site but does not load the music in the player and also in the site does not

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 31, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: I gave you 200KB this time.

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

@Plasmmer: It lets people freely share music tracks.

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: You gave the mistake again, I think you've reached the limit again, how can you increase more? =)

Plasmmer · plasmmer@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

What ZeroMusic does?

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

@Emeraude: Also in the Zeronet sidebar this error is listed:

Missing Files:
data/users/16nArdxrSaNThNp83kL8E6NLL9WD98iUne/97.mp3 (13 try)

16nA.... is my ID, but 97.mp3 doesn't exist there and checking the zeromusic.db lists track 97 as "Born in Babylon" by SOJA which was uploaded by a different user.

Plasmmer · plasmmer@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

I'm now connecting to ZeroMusic. Thanks to post it, now I know this service.

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

@Emeraude: Filename was WATT WHITE - Eye Of The Storm (Riptide Music Group)-188237167.mp3, didn't have any tags when I first tried and the upload failed. Second time I added tags, but nothing happened when I tried to upload it. 3rd time I renamed it WATT WHITE - Eye Of The Storm (Riptide Music Group)-188237167-.mp3 and it uploaded successfully.

Though the second time failing could've just been a fluke.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

@Jayofthezero: Sounds strange. What are the names of the files you tried to upload ?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: It's planned yes.

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

I found a bug where if you upload an mp3 without tags it seems that nothing happens, but if I add tags and try to upload the file again it will again do nothing. I had to rename the mp3 file before it would let me upload it again.

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Working!!! =) Now yes I will put more songs! One suggestion would be good if it were a categorical one for the types of songs and let the user put type information of the artist and the album covers!

TY.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: I think I found it. I limited the non-optional files to 10KB, and metadata about optional files take a lot of space (files hashes, etc...). I changed it to 50KB for everybody. It should be ok now.
I'll probably add a way to require more space when you are at the limit (maybe sending by me a notification in my newsfeed or something like that)

disquisedBeemo · bmoon@zeroid.biton Mar 29, 2017Reply

Very cool

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 28, 2017Reply

When I had no limit in ZeroTorrent to upload, it gave the same error that continues giving when I put music on the site, could you check this issue there the limit?

Error and the same!

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Other ideas:

JPG - https://ibb.co/fkk7GF

PNG - https://ibb.co/j0EHGF

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Strange that he does not load the music on the site but start playing on the website player.

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Then I'll do more and send you, do you know how to fix this Content signing failed problem?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: The images are cool. I'll may use one of them (I made some drafts too)

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply
Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

Take a look at the image
https://ibb.co/iMU9wF

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

@Emeraude:
I put some 15 songs already, more now when I'm going to put some of this mistake.

  • (Content signing failed)

This is when it will load the song on the site, after it gives the error and the song does not appear in the list on the site, begins to play the player but does not register.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

@Sirenyc: I set a limit of 10GB for everybody (I don't care about the limit since there is only optional files). It only works for mp3 files now.
What does the zeronet logs say ?

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

I believe that this error and that I have no limit to put music on the site, would you like to increase this limit?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

@Kaffie: I'm not sure if the folder structure you are thinking about could work, I don't know if it's possible to do it using ZeroNet API without having the zite requiring admin rights. Maybe it's impossible even using them.
I'll sure look into that.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

@Kaffie @Rythyrix: ID3 support is planned. The current detection system is very poor and obviously bugged.

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

I sent you an e-mail!

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

When I put music on the site of this error!
( Content signing failed )

Rythyrix · rythyrix@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: Just reloaded, and now playback works. Same problem as @Kaffie, ID3 tags > filenames. Alternatively, as part of UX improvement, add GUI to submit file metadata. Regarding deduplication, you'll likely run into problems with simple hash matching, given that MP3s are lossy and non-deterministic.

Sick · 185185@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

the musics site in zeronet begin to up

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: I just realized the name for the artist/song are all wrong for my uploads. It seems to be trying to grab them from the title of the file, rather than the ID3 tags. That's certainly a problem, as not everyone matches your naming format for tracks.

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

@Emeraude: I tried it again and it started working. Looks good. Still has some issues when trying to play a song not yet downloaded. And the UX could still use a lot of tweaks/fixing. But I really like where this is headed. I think it'd be pretty cool to be able to just stick a music library in our user folder and have something to be able to automatically add it to the site, to prevent duplicate libraries, while also keeping the files available. Is there a way to do this? Or is the current folder structure required?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

@Kaffie: It sounds really strange. I just tried it from a fresh ZeroNet install and it worked correctly (I just had to refresh the page once, because there is no real-time update for now).
Is there any error in the zeronet logs or in the browser console ?

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017Reply

It was working, but now with this new update I can't see any of the songs and the page is back to being useless.

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Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 25, 2017

I started working on a music player for ZeroNet. Yes, for now it is pretty empty, there is a big lack of features and it's almost unusable, but I'm happy of doing it and I will add features in the near future.
Here is the zite: 1MusicXkuN2pk5hRdmroeyaCLDJtzTicpB and the github repository: Emeraude/ZeroMusic
There is a todolist in the readme file, so you can see what's planned next.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 25, 2017Reply

@Kaffie @Rhthyrix: I re-signed it, it looks ok now.

Rythyrix · rythyrix@zeroid.biton Mar 25, 2017Reply

And checked your optional and ignore settings?

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Mar 25, 2017Reply

Missing files: js/all.js. Did you commit everything and test in a proxy?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 18, 2017

Nofish just accepted my svg version of the ZeroMe logo :)
https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroMe/pull/42

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 17, 2017

I juste created an issue on the zeronet github repository, about the source code update of cloned zites.
https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroNet/issues/865

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 17, 2017Reply

Apparently @nofish already tought about it^^

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Mar 09, 2017

Why the hell is gpg requiring 5 confirmations when you want to remove a single pair of keys ?
Just try it:

gpg2 --gen-key
gpg2 --delete-secret-and-public-key ID

Obviously, I first tried to use the --delete-key option, but it said I had to use --delete-secret-key first. Why doesn't it talk me about the option that do both ?
And of course, there is no -f option to avoid pressing 3 times the key Y and 2 times the key Return (yes, a yes | gpg2 won't work).

Twelves · twelves@zeroid.biton Mar 11, 2017Reply

RageGates

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Feb 03, 2017

Remember when the web battery status API came out about two years ago and was a big issue to privacy (due to tracking users depending on their battery percentage)?
During the last week, W3C did worst: WebUSB API (27th january) and Web Bluetooth (3rd february).
Yes, it will soon be possible to interact with bluetooth devices using web browser. That means if a device has bluetooth enabled and an exploit is possible, you can not only exploit it with your own bluetooth device, but with all the bluetooth devices of the users that are currently visiting your website.
Sources (clearnet): WebUSB API draft, Bluetooth API draft

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Feb 28, 2017Reply

@Hexkey: This sounds cool for the USB one. But for the bluetooth one your are not only interacting with the computer, but with all the compatible devices around. I think there will be really nasty things done with this one...

Hexkey · hexkey@zeroid.biton Feb 18, 2017Reply

If it's very carefully audited and the api asks for permission first (like w/ the geolocation), I would be fine with this. Fingers crossed...

Rythyrix · rythyrix@zeroid.biton Feb 04, 2017Reply

Why is remote code execution being lauded as a good thing?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Jan 30, 2017

TL;DR: Gmail is awful.

Sometimes, when I need to register to online services to test them, I like to use a garbage gmail address. But gmail is doing weird things. I'm currently trying to signin an account I created 6 months ago, but it asks me for my phone number because There's something unusual about how you're signing in.
Obviously, I do not want to associate my phone number with a garbage account I use once a year, so I click the Try another way to sign in link, which give me two choices: using my phone number (that's why I truly believe google's employees are dumbass), or to ask Google for help getting back into my account.
So I click the second button and it asks me for the last password I remember. I'm using keepass, so I can't mistype it. It then ask for my account creation date (which is the date I added it into my keepass, so I cannot make any mistake here).
Then it asks me for another email address where they will send a code to me. Here it really become weird: needing to access an address mail to access an address mail is a nonsense.
Whatever, I enter some shitty yopmail address, retrieve the code, enter it and... Thanks for verifying your email. You weren’t signed in because Google couldn’t confirm that ********@gmail.com belongs to you. And it's over, I do not have any other solution, no link to contact them nothing.
Okay, it's a garbage address so I don't care if I can't access it, but what about someone who is really using gmail and does not have any phone number ? He'll simply lose all of its emails
Gmail is so shitty that it can lock you outside your mailbox.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 31, 2017Reply

@Ulrichard: Actually, I just meant a TOTP type of 2FA.

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Jan 31, 2017Reply

@ks: U2FA to be precise

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Jan 31, 2017Reply

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.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Jan 02, 2017

Do you remember of Orange? You know, the french ISP that censored wikipedia google and their competitors websites about 2 months ago? I already talked about it.
I just found out that they made a social mobile offer, which costs 10€ per month and give you 40 minutes and 40 SMS. Yes, 40 minutes and 40 SMS worth 10€ in 2017. I don't know what prices you are used to, but free mobile (one of their main competitors) made a 2€ offer that provides 2 hours, unlimited SMS and 50Mo in 2012.
So, the Orange social offer (you have to prove that you are poor to get it) is five times more expensive than the standard free mobile one that is five years old and which provide way more services.
The best part is that Orange also have a standard offer which provide 1Go, 2 hours and unlimited SMS for 9.99€. Yes, it's less expensive than the social offer and it has more services in it.
Orange are thieves.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Jan 02, 2017Reply

@Ulrichard: It's the poor people who pay for it (I just followed the registration process to figure out)

Ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Jan 02, 2017Reply

The question is, do the poor people pay for the service themselves or is it the state?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Dec 11, 2016

Google gave me a 403 error when trying to make a research through tor. That's why I'm not using it anymore. Censorship sucks.

火犬 · firedog@zeroid.biton Dec 12, 2016Reply

@Emeraude: You can use ,but you don't use it .In China,all we can not use if don't use VPN.The connection has timed out is always meet us.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Dec 12, 2016Reply

@Mynameislegion: I'm using duckduckgo for 3 years now, but sometimes the bang !g is pretty useful.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Nov 23, 2016

Which network manager are you using ?

I've first used NetworkManager years ago when I first used Linux. Actually I didn't evene known I was using it because it was installed with Gnome. Today I think the fact that there is no official frontend (except the ones bundled with window managers) made it awful.

Then I used wicd for about 3 years. It was very buggy: sometimes you have to restart the service, the autoconnect option is awfully slow (about 5 minutes sometimes), the absence of documentation (try the command man wicd-cli: you should see DESCRIPTION TODO :-)) and the frontends that crashes randomly (see wicd-curses that crash on refresh and wicd-gtk which process stay alive even if you close the window).

Since about 6 months I'm using connman and I'm perfectly happy with it: very fast, with a well documented manual (I managed to make a full configuration for a very specific network 10 minutes thanks to it, while hours of internet researches were useless when I was using wicd and NetworkManager) and several pretty frontend. The only drawback is that some networks need to be managed in command line or by editing configuration files.

It's a test! · itsatest@zeroid.biton Nov 28, 2016Reply

I'm usually using /etc/network/interfaces and vim ;)

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Nov 23, 2016Reply

Another thing I love about connman is its integration within enlightenment, but it's not a very objective argument.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Nov 17, 2016

Why do people are still not using the reply all button when there are replying an email ?

Squarezero · squarezero@zeroid.biton Nov 18, 2016Reply

@Border0464fred: Email suffer from mostly ONE design decision - that was sensitive at a time : unpredictable paths. Complex systems (and thus slow to adoption) like SPF, DKIM and DMARC are there because we thought it would be a good idea to allow a given message to take almost any possible path between two points.
We don't want that anymore : networks are much more reliable and pervasive than they ever been. Domain names don't cost much and are rather easy to manage. SRV records are commonplace.
Email would really quickly get rid of most current forms SPAM - by far its biggest problem - if we managed to enforce a (few) single rules on email admins. Like "mail only comes from domain.com adresses through mail.domain.com". That and some deep work on mailing-lists, which are slowly dying anyway...

Border0464fred · border0464fred@zeroid.biton Nov 18, 2016Reply

42 years later, email is still used, It can't be that bad, it's just an old protocol.

Squarezero · squarezero@zeroid.biton Nov 17, 2016Reply

@Emeraude: email isn't that bad. Of course, it shows its age, but it's one of our last remains of a time where the Internet where actually decentralized. It's something we should cherish - and fix, I won't argue - instead of trying to put it out.
Because do not think my mom (or yours) will replace it with something ethic and decentralized. No, it'll be (and probably already is) WhatsApp, Facebook or GoogleSomething.
The mere fact people actually embraced something so radically modern (esp. for its time) as email still amaze me. I don't think we could pull that trick again that easily, no matter how hard we try.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Nov 17, 2016Reply

One day I'll write a complete article about why emails are badly designed and should not be used anymore.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Nov 14, 2016

Don't want to be dependent of the gafam services ? Here are some alternatives

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Oct 18, 2016

Yesterday, Orange, the biggest french ISP, has blocked access to google, wikipedia and ovh (another french ISP) websites, because these websites are making "incitement to terrorism".
And there are people thinking that censorship can be good...

It's a test! · itsatest@zeroid.biton Nov 10, 2016Reply

It's not their first time messing everything up. And I guess it won't be their last either.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Oct 18, 2016Reply

Orange responded that it was due to a human error. It has been fixed about one hour after the beginning of the "bug".

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Oct 18, 2016Reply

@Barbu: A lot of french media reacted to that. There are a lot of articles like this one
@Megfault: Since this happened only one day ago, lqdn hasn't made any public reaction yet

94 · 94@zeroid.biton Oct 18, 2016Reply

that's shit! censorship is the worst!

Bitmonkey · bitmonkey@zeroid.biton Oct 18, 2016Reply

if that's true that's fucked

Barbu · barbu@zeroid.biton Oct 18, 2016Reply

Any source to quote ?

Megfault · megfault@zeroid.biton Oct 18, 2016Reply

Oh wow! I am so sorry to hear that. How is Quadrature du Net reacting to it?

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016

I just canceled my contract with EDF (the major electricity provider in France), their website is incredibly... Waouh.
I started with a password reset. You can simply reset it using a "security question". You know, a question that looks like "where are you born ?". Yes. I can cancel electricity to anyone by knowing its email adress and its bornplace.
Then, I get a password reset link by email. But there were two links: "reset password using a computer or a tablet" and "reset password using a smartphone". I guess they never heard about responsive design.
After that, I had to reset my password. I tried QBDojuq06RSAB0aibAZy. But it was just a "correct password". Because, for "security reason", I must add a special character. Yes, they are talking about security but I can steal the account of anyone I want, and I can't have a password longer than 20 chars.

I make a small aside, but... Why some website restrict password length? Ok, forbid small passwords can be cool to avoid bruteforce, but what about long passwords ? Anyway, it is hashed so it has a fixed size in database. So the only difference between a 20 chars password and a 128 chars password is that the 128 one is more secure.

This form was also awful. It violates about 4 rules explained here (clearnet link), even if it contains only 2 inputs.

So, when I finally get into my account, I clicked the relocation link and then I... had to signin again.

Well, it's impressive to see how an enterprise that have a great impact on the life of its customers can do such mistakes

It's a test! · itsatest@zeroid.biton Nov 10, 2016Reply

@It's a test!: and actually most code written in Europe would by illegal...

It's a test! · itsatest@zeroid.biton Nov 10, 2016Reply

@Emeraude: any pointer on that? It's considered very bad practice by everyone, but I haven't seen any law preventing it anywhere.

Twelves · twelves@zeroid.biton Nov 08, 2016Reply

@Nutomic: they always do

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016Reply

@Nutomic: Storing password in plaintext is illegal in Europe. And I'm pretty sure sending a lot of data is not the better way to DDoS au website. Making a lot of requests to an heavy page should be more efficient.

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

@Dergatt: yes, and then you have to remove one char at a time until you hit the length they expect — if you're lucky.

Nutomic · nutomic@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016Reply

If there's a maximum length for password, I always assume they store it in plaintext. Another explanation might be that they don't want to be DDoS'ed by someone sending a 1 GB password (but then you should still set the limit around 100+ characters).

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016

It's fun to see I have more followers on ZeroMe than on Twitter

It's a test! · itsatest@zeroid.biton Nov 10, 2016Reply

ZeroMe is actually a pretty nice place to hangout, UI-wise.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016
Another · another@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016Reply

woah

Talnicrom · talnicrom@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016Reply

Yikes.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016Reply

Urgh!

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 16, 2016

Mardown does not work in comments :(

True · nofishes@zeroid.biton Aug 16, 2016Reply

Yes,like google

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 16, 2016
for i in $( ls ); do tar -xvzf $i ; done
for i in $( ls *_*.tgz ); do rm $i ; done

Best shell script I ever seen.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 16, 2016Reply

@ks: The whole code I posted is shit. I didn't write it by myself. (And the whole code could be written without loops, just using globbing)

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Aug 16, 2016Reply

Except you don't need a subshell to do that, you can just

for file in * ; do tar xvf $file ; done

and for the second line of yours, just use

for file in _.tgz ; do …

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 16, 2016Reply

Because tar -xvzf * && rm *_*.tgz was too easy.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 16, 2016
for i in $(echo {1..1080}); do xdotool mousemove $i $i; done
Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 16, 2016Reply

@ks: Indeed, I didn't think about it.

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Aug 16, 2016Reply

What I meant was that you can skip $() and echo entirely:

for i in {1..10} ; do echo $i ; done

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 16, 2016Reply

@ks: I could have used seq, indeed

ks · ks@zeroid.biton Aug 16, 2016Reply

Useless use of echo and a subshell.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 10, 2016

I really love the way you can expand the writing textarea.
It goes behind the rest of the site :)

https://i.imgur.com/3SCEoa6.png

Morpheus · morpheus@zeroid.biton Aug 11, 2016Reply

It's great. I hope ZeroNet catches on.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 10, 2016

Ahah I'm following myself :)

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