Arsene Lupin
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Arsene Lupin commented on Arsene Lupin's post: @Kaffie: I understand. Surely there must be an automated way to tag the sites. Maybe using the keywords meta tag from each site (which by the way antilibrary still doesn't have)?
Arsene Lupin commented on Arsene Lupin's post: @Elspru: Nice one. :)
Arsene Lupin commented on ulrichard's post: I'll break my car just to fix it where you're fixing yours...
Arsene Lupin started following Hexkey
Arsene Lupin commented on Arsene Lupin's post: @Deviated: I understand your opinion but I disagree with it. Piracy is the tax good books pay. I bet authors would rather have piracy as a problem than obscurity. I've benefited from ebooks piracy. Others will benefit and just like me they will understand that they need to pay for books when they can.
Arsene Lupin started following Grimsdottir
Arsene Lupin commented on Kaffie's post: I think Kaffie should record a voice message with the pronunciation of Zhongzhen's name so we can verify that she knows how to say it properly! :D
Arsene Lupin started following Zhongzhen93
Arsene Lupin commented on Kaffie's post: I'm loving to follow your love story! These are the best posts on ZeroMe for me :) But then again, I may be a romantic, so anything related to love will catch my interest.. If you want to read something that goes very well with a love story check out [On Love](/Antilibrary.bit/?view:527983) by Alain de Botton. It's also very instructive... ;)
Arsene Lupin started following delusion
Arsene Lupin commented on Antilibrary's post: @Mobile: Do you get an error or something?
Arsene Lupin commented on Mynameislegion's post: The movie [Eye in the Sky](http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2057392) is a good one on the subject.
Arsene Lupin commented on Nofish's post: Let the next revolution use ZeroNet and then they will think that's the right time. Ignore them, mind the ZeroNet users.
Arsene Lupin commented on Antilibrary's post: @Pin240 (Алексей) Rus: Russian books will be added soon.
Arsene Lupin started following Border0464fred
Arsene Lupin commented on Arsene Lupin's post: @Jayofthezero: I guess one could. Then problem is that it seems that we are not attracting many python developers that are willing to contribute with ZeroNet's development. The documentation is very incomplete (this is understandable being zeronet basically a one man show) and I bet one would have a hard time to create a plugin with the proper level of integration.
Arsene Lupin commented on Antilibrary's post: @Rythyrix: 36M books?! That's awesome. We need to get a ripper in there right now :D
Arsene Lupin commented on Arsene Lupin's post: @Mynameislegion: Yeah, the next feature planned is book submission, you will then be able to submit your books.
Arsene Lupin commented on Antilibrary's post: @ulrichard: I bet Digimarc can use that study to get a lot of new publishing house customers. :) I'm weary of this type of study though... with fools and tools you can find anything. You can find X studies saying that piracy hurt sales and X+1 that piracy doesn't hurt sales. If the study had been commissioned by a publishing house I would feel happier about it because it could mean that they are trying to understand what's wrong and want to fix it. But coming from Digimarc, they probably just want it to fear monger potential customers. Thanks for sharing
Arsene Lupin commented on Kindler's post: @Kindler: My plan is to have the ebook submission feature ready by the end of this month. In the coming months I'm planning to implement moderation features (book metadata editing, removing existing books/files, etc).
Arsene Lupin commented on Kindler's post: @Jayofthezero: He is talking about [Antilibrary](/Antilibrary.bit/). The text is actually a copy and paste from the text you can find on the left bar of the My Books page. :) @kindler: Let's unite forces! We can only build something meaningful as a group. Let's build antilibrary.bit together.
Arsene Lupin started following Kindler
Arsene Lupin started following Rek
Arsene Lupin commented on FraYoshi's post: I guess it happened again :( I'm not sure if the model works. At least some moderation will be required... given human nature. :/ Maybe we could have multiple moderators?
Arsene Lupin commented on Antilibrary's post: @ks: Yeah, you may be right. I don't know for sure as well. Theoretically they say that the study is 'corrected' to consider the personality type you refer to: *The adjustment for baseline cognition makes it unlikely that higher cognitive level causing increased reading was driving the mediation.* But who knows. Anyway, this is the type of advice with little downside and a huge upside. I'll follow it blindly! ;) Edit: I've answered with the wrong username :) - Antilibrary is my other profile.
Arsene Lupin commented on Arsene Lupin's post: Perfect! Thanks guys!
Arsene Lupin commented on Arsene Lupin's post: @Jayofthezero: Good idea. I wonder if the photo uploading mechanism could be used for any filetype @Nofish: ?
Arsene Lupin started following nekololi, Emeraude
Arsene Lupin commented on K33p's post: @Yinyue: What do you mean by 'no stopping'?
Arsene Lupin started following FraYoshi
Arsene Lupin commented on K33p's post: What is 'real activity'?
Arsene Lupin commented on Antilibrary's post: @Lama: Sure. That's planned for the coming months.
Arsene Lupin commented on Mynameislegion's post: I had the same problem once. My solution was to not use lots of small files, but instead group the content of the files into big files (2-3mb). You could try to use merger sites if the files can be divided in some way. But this will not help in time because the content.json of the merger sites will grow again. It would be nice if this issue could be sorted out on the system level. Currently, in order to update any item that is inside one of the big files, the seeds will need to re-download the whole file instead of just one small file.
Arsene Lupin started following crypdick
Arsene Lupin commented on Meidan's post: [Corporations Are Not People: Why They Have More Rights Than You Do and What You Can Do About It ](/Antilibrary.bit/?view:35161)
Arsene Lupin commented on Meidan's post: [The Professor and the Madman: A Tale of Murder, Insanity and the Making of the Oxford English Dictionary](/Antilibrary.bit/?view:12032)
Arsene Lupin commented on Arsene Lupin's post: @Grahf: After you add the databases you must wait some time until ZeroNet rebuild your local DB. You can force the rebuild by dragging the 'Zero' Icon that is on the top-right of Antilibrary.bit and select the option to Rebuild the database.
Arsene Lupin commented on ks's post: [Altered Carbon](/Antilibrary.bit/?view:45111) - the book link in case anyone want to check it out ;)
Arsene Lupin started following Cryptix
Arsene Lupin commented on Callmypants's post: A good example of integrating the best of 2 worlds is [Antilibrary.bit](/antilibrary.bit) The books database and site front-end is on ZeroNet. The ebooks files are on IPFS.
Arsene Lupin commented on Antilibrary's post: @Firebox: 350MB for the English DB. 500MB is the site size limit.
Arsene Lupin started following Antilibrary
Arsene Lupin commented on Arne Bolen's post: @Arne Bolen: The point of the black list is not to make it work, is not to make it impossible for people to access that type of content. The point is to comply with the law and to send the message that the platform does not welcome that type of content. We don't want people to associate ZeroNet with a platform what welcomes pedo e radical fundamentalists. It's more a public relations campaign than a technical solution.
Arsene Lupin commented on Nofish's post: The closest thing I could think of is hyperboria https://docs.meshwith.me/, which is not similar at all.
Arsene Lupin commented on Arne Bolen's post: @Arne Bolen: It is uncensorable in the sense that people still have the choice of not using the blacklist (as one does with IPFS). The default should be in favour of the law and common sense.
Arsene Lupin commented on Arne Bolen's post: We could adopt the same approach of IPFS and have an official shared blacklist. As sites are discovered we add them to the blacklist (address hash or .bit). Not that it will avoid anything, but it will increase the attrition which is enough to send the message.
Arsene Lupin commented on Arsene Lupin's post: @Sifr: I've emailed you.
Arsene Lupin started following Sifr, Bittoken
Arsene Lupin commented on Shift's post: If it grows too fast it may run out of server capacity! :D
Arsene Lupin commented on Benjaminnelan's post: Folks?! This is practically a one man show. Standing ovation to nofish!
Arsene Lupin started following PaintNinja
Arsene Lupin commented on Lola's post: Where can I find the readme.md? Looks interesting...
Arsene Lupin started following Lola, Nishita, ks, Talnicrom
Arsene Lupin commented on Arsene Lupin's post: @Habit: I've emailed you.
Arsene Lupin started following Habit
Arsene Lupin commented on Kaffie's post: Kaffie, this will cheer you up: http://harmful.cat-v.org/people/basic-laws-of-human-stupidity/ You're doing your part aren't you? Do whatever you think is right and you will drag other people along...
Arsene Lupin commented on Arsene Lupin's post: @Mynameislegion: The magnet link will only work if someone is seeding the file in a torrent client. And to seed 1000+ torrents one needs a powerful machine. AFAIK IPFS will use less resources to seed the same amount of files. @Tkarita: yeah, I saw all of them.
Arsene Lupin commented on Arsene Lupin's post: @Mynameislegion: The magnet link will only work if someone is seeding the file in a torrent client. And to seed 1000+ torrents one needs a powerful machine. AFAIK IPFS will use less resources to seed the same amount of files. @Tkarita: yeah, I saw all of them.
Arsene Lupin started following Method-X, Method-X
Arsene Lupin commented on Tkarita's post: Yeah, agree with you. I'm looking forward to when zeronet will handle big sites well. Maybe it can start by supporting other technologies that will improve the distribution of big files (eg: native support to ipfs). Also supporting big DBs is a must if we want to have content rich sites in here.
Arsene Lupin commented on Rebel's post: @Kaffie: That's nice! Is the clone yours?
Arsene Lupin commented on Rebel's post: @Kaffie: That's nice! Is the clone yours?

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Profesh vagabond: I've backpacked and hitchhiked to 26 countries so far :) Formerly "facepalm", I think I lost my users.json >:C /facepalm [Clearnet homepage](richarddecal.com) [crypdick.bit blog](/crypdick.bit)
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Heart initialization failure. Restart translation engine. Virus detected. All systems error. Rebooting Humanoid... http://127.0.0.1:43110/1N6DUdTFqjq6qmahi1SviEQV8nnhJ2wrTq/ English | Fluent Esperanto | Conversational? Japanese | Beginner
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The Wired is now distributed.
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Decentralization enthusiast, like many of you
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just some guy, you know?
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Is developing a paranoid protocol for anonymous wireless communications, [aDTN](../18USGqZSWppp9zdvwsD1oauq2UMuA3CFUC) Likes decentralization, anonymity, wireless/mesh networks, FOSS, unconditional basic income and goats Practices Aikido, is learning Japanese, and enjoys drawing/painting
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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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Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Jul 24, 2017

I couldn't find a search engine on ZeroNet that will return Antilibrary for the 'books' keyword. :(

I wonder if all the zeronet search engines do is to filter by site name.

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

@Arsene Lupin: Right, there's lots of ways to do it. Zirch, as mentioned, just grabs some text. I don't have an auto-tagger finished yet for Kaffiene. It's been on the to-do.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Jul 25, 2017Reply

@Kaffie: I understand. Surely there must be an automated way to tag the sites. Maybe using the keywords meta tag from each site (which by the way antilibrary still doesn't have)?

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Jul 25, 2017Reply

@Elspru: Nice one. :)

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

Both Antilibrary and the forum for such are listed under Kaffiene's untagged index. Unfortunately a lot of sites are like this at the moment, mostly due to my own incompetence. I need to fix up automatically grabbing descriptions/tags, or simply tag them by hand.

As for other search engines... I know most are dead and don't update their index anymore.

Elspru · elspru@zeroid.biton Jul 25, 2017Reply
Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Jul 24, 2017Reply

Contact @Kaffie: about it. She can fix it for you. I think your site just isn't indexed. A lot of sites fall through the cracks since it still isn't practical to crawl Zeronet for sites like Google does.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Jul 22, 2017

Does anyone have seen the error: ERROR Db:Antilibrary Potentially unsafe part of the pattern: ]+?

I can't grasp from the debug.log where the error is happening.

It is happening when you try to open antilibrary.bit on a new zeronet install. Open the site and try to add a books database, when the DB is going to rebuild the error happens and no json file gets imported (ie: no ebooks show up on a new antilibrary install).

I've mentioned @nofish on the new zeronet update blog post. I wonder if it is related.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Jul 22, 2017

I'm looking for a beta tester to help me test a new part of Antilibrary's infrastructure.

If you:

  • Can donate 10GB+ for at least 1 month
  • Can keep your machine online 24/7
  • Is behind a VPN

Please contact me on IRC #antilibrary (EFnet or Freenode).

Thank you.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Jun 23, 2017

College textbooks are a racket.

Ebooks piracy is a necessary evil. Those who are in most need of knowledge are the ones who have the least access to it.

Antilibrary.bit is a band-aid fix to this [hopefully] temporary reality.

Having easy access to books may influence reading habits. It helps to level the playing field for students who can't afford $100 textbooks.
For those of us with access, it helps us to select the right books better. Read all you want and pay only for the books that have an influence in your thinking.

I'm on this for the long term and I'm looking for people who want to contribute with the project for the long term.
We have no patrons nor money (all current costs come out of my day job salary) and now that Amazon Drive is changing from unlimited to limited storage we're looking for space to put our 25TB worth of [non-fiction] books.

If you can contribute with anything above 100GB please email me. Please, make sure you read the about page on Antilibrary.bit and that you agree with the project goals.

Deviated · deviated@zeroid.biton Jun 26, 2017Reply

I know my thoughts are yet scattered about this subject, and I thank you for this conversation.

Deviated · deviated@zeroid.biton Jun 26, 2017Reply

And the prices are not fair, it's the age of media for people's sake. I like the method Brave browser is going to pay consumer for advertisement they watch. One can dedicate the money they make to whichever site they think deserves it.

Deviated · deviated@zeroid.biton Jun 26, 2017Reply

@Arsene Lupin: piracy has it's benefits. In poor countries specially. One big problem I have with paying for media is the history of what I watch. I really don't want spotify or soundcloud to have my musical behavior recorded. Actually I don't want anyone have it recorded including myself. I wanna listen and not think about being watched all the time.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Jun 26, 2017Reply

@Deviated: I understand your opinion but I disagree with it. Piracy is the tax good books pay. I bet authors would rather have piracy as a problem than obscurity.
I've benefited from ebooks piracy. Others will benefit and just like me they will understand that they need to pay for books when they can.

Deviated · deviated@zeroid.biton Jun 25, 2017Reply

For your data volume problem there should be a splitting option, where one can seed a part of a large website on ZeroNet. There is a music site on ZeroNet which I liked, but since it required 25GB of my storage, I deleted it. I think ZeroNet is a child and needs time to play around.

Deviated · deviated@zeroid.biton Jun 25, 2017Reply

(It is legal in my country to pirate foreign content.)

Deviated · deviated@zeroid.biton Jun 25, 2017Reply

If you know your rights, how to manage money, and how to invest your resources, most importantly your time, you can buy any book, land, idea you want. If you are interested in helping other people then, as you are now, you can teach them these subjects by writing a book and licensing it for the benefit of the public.

Deviated · deviated@zeroid.biton Jun 25, 2017Reply

Stealing people's work is degrading, my friend. Except where it is legal.

Deviated · deviated@zeroid.biton Jun 25, 2017Reply

Monetary education & Investary, I just coined the word, education are necessary for life.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Mar 26, 2017

js-ipfs 0.23.0 released

This could give ZeroNet a native implementation of IPFS.

The UX of the current ZeroNet solution for optional files is awesome but the architecture is not.
Having the files added to the site is bad architecture.
A better approach would be to let the ipfs hashes of the files to be in the site and the files itself live on IPFS.
The site owner can then define a query that will provide a list of ipfs hashes that the user can choose to distribute. For example, an Antilibrary user can choose to help store and distribute all books in Spanish, or all books that he has in his shelves (which would then make all files always available offline to that user).

Border0464fred · border0464fred@zeroid.biton Mar 30, 2017Reply

+1 to @Arsene Lupin arsh reality, even devloping zerosite is painfully undeocumented.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Mar 29, 2017Reply

@Jayofthezero: I guess one could. Then problem is that it seems that we are not attracting many python developers that are willing to contribute with ZeroNet's development. The documentation is very incomplete (this is understandable being zeronet basically a one man show) and I bet one would have a hard time to create a plugin with the proper level of integration.

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Mar 29, 2017Reply

Couldn't somebody just make a Zeronet plugin for this? Add support that way, let people know to install the plugin if they want access to certain files, and if it works out well Nofish could roll it in as an official plugin.

Border0464fred · border0464fred@zeroid.biton Mar 27, 2017Reply

hummmm, itteresting

Grahf · grahf@zeroid.biton Mar 27, 2017Reply

I've been thinking about this as well. It seems like a good match.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Mar 16, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xe1TZaElTAs

We are doing a big thing for love as a community.
Let's keep on making ZeroNet a friendly and welcoming place.

<3 you all!

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Mar 11, 2017

I'm trying to find a way for users of antilibrary.bit to send the ebook files they have so that the ebook is added to the site.

The use case is: The user will fill in a form providing the book identifier (isbn or asin) and the address to the ebook file. This information will be added to the user json file on the usersDB. A background worker (script) will scan all user files and when a new book submission is found it will download the book file, run a range of tests to make sure the file is good, download the book metadata and push the new book into the site DB.

I don't want to use IPFS because the user would need to run a daemon locally.

I wonder if there is a way for the file to be sent using ZeroNet? Suggestions?

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Mar 12, 2017Reply

@Arsene Lupin: Good luck. ZeroMux has already pulled off some interesting stuff when it comes to file sharing, but you can't freely upload to it since it specializes in large files and has a complicated chunking system. I'm excited to see what you can pull off with your own spin on mass file sharing.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Mar 12, 2017Reply

Perfect! Thanks guys!

Nofish · nofish@zeroid.biton Mar 12, 2017Reply

@Arsene Lupin: Sure, there is no limitation on file type. You can write any kind of files using the fileWrite command.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Mar 12, 2017Reply

@Jayofthezero: Good idea.
I wonder if the photo uploading mechanism could be used for any filetype @Nofish: ?

Jayofthezero · jayofthezero@zeroid.biton Mar 11, 2017Reply

Maybe look into the photo uploading on ZeroMe. After the user's submission eventually syncs back to you, you could analyze it and then add it to the site's DB if it's ok. If it's no good you can remove it, pretty sure the site owner can do that. Might be a good idea to make it a separate merged site and make sure the user submission folder is marked optional.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Nov 29, 2016
Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Nov 23, 2016

Hello Antilibrary.bit :)

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Mar 25, 2017Reply

@Mynameislegion: Yeah, the next feature planned is book submission, you will then be able to submit your books.

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

Are you planning to add a fiction section in near future? I got some books waiting for ZeroNet

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Dec 17, 2016Reply

@Grahf: After you add the databases you must wait some time until ZeroNet rebuild your local DB.
You can force the rebuild by dragging the 'Zero' Icon that is on the top-right of Antilibrary.bit and select the option to Rebuild the database.

Grahf · grahf@zeroid.biton Dec 15, 2016Reply

Hi Arsene, I've tried to use Antilibrary, but The book lists always show empty. I've added databases, but the search always turns up empty. Any ideas?

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Oct 26, 2016

@Talnicrom How should I merge multiple users.json file to make use of the UserSwitcher plug-in?

Also, why I can't find your email on ZeroMail?

Talnicrom · talnicrom@zeroid.biton Oct 26, 2016Reply

To use the UserSwitcher, you have to add "show_in_multi": true, to each user node. User nodes in users.json have the structure "ADDRESS" : { stuff }, where stuff is a comma separated list of key-value pairs. You can simply change the above to "ADDRESS": { "show_in_multi": true, stuff }. Note: ADDRESS is just a placeholder and will be the user master address in your actual file.

Talnicrom · talnicrom@zeroid.biton Oct 26, 2016Reply

To merge two files users1.json and users2.json, first create a new file users3.json. Now, copy the contents of users1.json into users3.json. Delete the last }. There will be another } on the line above. Add a comma just after it: },. Next, add the contents of users2.json (which begins with a } to the end of users3.json. Delete that first } that I just mentioned. Rename users3.json to users.json and put it in you ZeroNet data directory.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Sep 28, 2016

It seems that some foreign language ZeroTalks are being spammed: spanish, portuguese

I wonder if the way to remove the spams is to ask the ZeroTalk owner to remove the user folder and blacklist it somehow? Or this would simply remove it on his computer?

@Nofish, is there an easy way to fight this type of spamming?

ZAlex · zalex@zeroid.biton Sep 28, 2016Reply

And russian forum too - http://127.0.0.1:43110/rutalk.bit

Sirenyc · sirenyc@zeroid.biton Sep 28, 2016Reply

"brkaka"
He and the owner of Zerotalk Portuguese!

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Sep 27, 2016
Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Aug 17, 2016

ZeroNet is revealing itself not only a great piece of software (thanks @nofish) but it is also gathering a very nice community.

I speak now to people like me, who is not a developer to the level of nofish, but who can hack a script together to get things done.

I wonder if we can, in ZeroNet lingo, build and maintain zites in a decentralized fashion, as a community, instead of each one of us trying to create the 'next best site ever'.

This intro is to say that I'm really keen to create an ebooks zite. :)
Not yet another ebook site. Something cool and for the long term, like libgen.io

Here are some things I see on this site:

  • All the ebooks should be served through ipfs (behind vpns of course) and the site/DB lives on ipfs and ZeroNet.
  • Volunteers would be able to 'adopt' whole group of ebooks (which is their commitment to donating space and bandwidth to keep the files seeded on ipfs). Just like what happens on MVGroup
  • The ebook submission would be something like providing the book ISBN (or equivalent) and the IPFS address to the file. Then one of the site 'workers' (automated scripts) would download the file, check, pull metadata for the book, etc and insert into the zite as a new page
  • Each ebook would have a page with description, rating, comments, etc (much like goodreads) - being the static content editable in a wiki style
  • Users would be able to have their 'shelves' and add ebooks into it - just like goodreads
  • Being the zite local to every node we could implement cool things like: goodreads shelves importer - you provide the csv file you export from your goodreads account and all ebooks found are automatically matched and added to your zite 'shelves'

The key values the zite would provide:

  • Ebook files always available through 3+ seeds (mostly via ipfs, a bonus would be to make it available via torrent as well - it's harder to seed 1000's of torrents than to seed 1000's of files on ipfs)
  • Big catalog: if we manage to work in it as a team we can have people dedicated to hoarding ebooks from around the web and scripts would automatically add the files to the zite
  • Convenience of an ebook manager: By being offline, the zite can work as a personal ebooks manager where users can organize their ebooks in shelves etc, and at the same time they have all the ebooks files. Think of a 'Calibre ebooks manager' where you can download the ebooks files from it.
  • Shared administration: I phantom the day when ZeroNet will allow different private keys to manage different parts of a zite (maybe it can already?). So multiple people could manage the zite without the possibility of one person being able to take the whole thing down. Also, all site files should be in a git repo (or the zeronet equivalent) so people can contribute.

What are your thoughts about this? Can we pull this together?

Cmdr · cmdr@zeroid.biton Sep 25, 2016Reply

I don't know much as far as coding, but I'd love to contribute my library and/or help organize the DB

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Sep 24, 2016Reply

@Sifr: I've emailed you.

Sifr · sifr@zeroid.biton Sep 21, 2016Reply

I'd like to help too : )

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Sep 10, 2016Reply

@Habit: I've emailed you.

Habit · habit@zeroid.biton Sep 07, 2016Reply

I'm willing to help.

@Arsene Lupin: Thanks for explaining, I do not know much about IPFS yet. If you upload a file there, who will host it? Is it broken down in several parts like on Maidsafe? How liable is a storage provider on IFPS for the files that are stored by the network on his PC?

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Aug 18, 2016Reply

@Arsene Lupin: Thanks for explaining, I do not know much about IPFS yet. If you upload a file there, who will host it? Is it broken down in several parts like on Maidsafe? How liable is a storage provider on IFPS for the files that are stored by the network on his PC?

Besides IPFS and torrent, ed2k is also a good choice to share ebooks.

weakish · weakish@zeroid.biton Aug 18, 2016Reply

Besides IPFS and torrent, ed2k is also a good choice to share ebooks.

@Mynameislegion: The magnet link will only work if someone is seeding the file in a torrent client. And to seed 1000+ torrents one needs a powerful machine. AFAIK IPFS will use less resources to seed the same amount of files.

@Tkarita: yeah, I saw all of them.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Aug 18, 2016Reply

@Mynameislegion: The magnet link will only work if someone is seeding the file in a torrent client. And to seed 1000+ torrents one needs a powerful machine. AFAIK IPFS will use less resources to seed the same amount of files.

@Tkarita: yeah, I saw all of them.

About the IPFS part - what is its advantage over magnet links? I guess the latter brings more seeders?

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Aug 17, 2016Reply

About the IPFS part - what is its advantage over magnet links? I guess the latter brings more seeders?

I'd love a page like that. I been thinking about an upload page where people can paste the IBAN or the goodreads link when uploading a book and that could be used to scrape info form other pages. I know how to scrape with python

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Aug 17, 2016Reply

I'd love a page like that. I been thinking about an upload page where people can paste the IBAN or the goodreads link when uploading a book and that could be used to scrape info form other pages. I know how to scrape with python

ZeroNet is revealing itself not only a great piece of software (thanks @nofish) but it is also gathering a very nice community.

I speak now to people like me, who is not a developer to the level of nofish, but who can hack a script together to get things done.

I wonder if we can, in ZeroNet lingo, build and maintain zites in a decentralized fashion, as a community, instead of each one of us trying to create the 'next best site ever'.

This intro is to say that I'm really keen to create an ebooks zite. :)
Not yet another ebook site. Something cool and for the long term, like libgen.io

Here are some things I see on this site:

  • All the ebooks should be served through ipfs (behind vpns of course) and the site/DB lives on ipfs and ZeroNet.
  • Volunteers would be able to 'adopt' whole group of ebooks (which is their commitment to donating space and bandwidth to keep the files seeded on ipfs). Just like what happens on MVGroup
  • The ebook submission would be something like providing the book ISBN (or equivalent) and the IPFS address to the file. Then one of the site 'workers' (automated scripts) would download the file, check, pull metadata for the book, etc and insert into the zite as a new page
  • Each ebook would have a page with description, rating, comments, etc (much like goodreads) - being the static content editable in a wiki style
  • Users would be able to have their 'shelves' and add ebooks into it - just like goodreads
  • Being the zite local to every node we could implement cool things like: goodreads shelves importer - you provide the csv file you export from your goodreads account and all ebooks found are automatically matched and added to your zite 'shelves'

The key values the zite would provide:

  • Ebook files always available through 3+ seeds (mostly via ipfs, a bonus would be to make it available via torrent as well - it's harder to seed 1000's of torrents than to seed 1000's of files on ipfs)
  • Big catalog: if we manage to work in it as a team we can have people dedicated to hoarding ebooks from around the web and scripts would automatically add the files to the zite
  • Convenience of an ebook manager: By being offline, the zite can work as a personal ebooks manager where users can organize their ebooks in shelves etc, and at the same time they have all the ebooks files. Think of a 'Calibre ebooks manager' where you can download the ebooks files from it.
  • Shared administration: I phantom the day when ZeroNet will allow different private keys to manage different parts of a zite (maybe it can already?). So multiple people could manage the zite without the possibility of one person being able to take the whole thing down. Also, all site files should be in a git repo (or the zeronet equivalent) so people can contribute.

What are your thoughts about this? Can we pull this together?

Cmdr · cmdr@zeroid.biton Sep 25, 2016Reply

I don't know much as far as coding, but I'd love to contribute my library and/or help organize the DB

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Sep 24, 2016Reply

@Sifr: I've emailed you.

Sifr · sifr@zeroid.biton Sep 21, 2016Reply

I'd like to help too : )

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Sep 10, 2016Reply

@Habit: I've emailed you.

Habit · habit@zeroid.biton Sep 07, 2016Reply

I'm willing to help.

@Arsene Lupin: Thanks for explaining, I do not know much about IPFS yet. If you upload a file there, who will host it? Is it broken down in several parts like on Maidsafe? How liable is a storage provider on IFPS for the files that are stored by the network on his PC?

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Aug 18, 2016Reply

@Arsene Lupin: Thanks for explaining, I do not know much about IPFS yet. If you upload a file there, who will host it? Is it broken down in several parts like on Maidsafe? How liable is a storage provider on IFPS for the files that are stored by the network on his PC?

Besides IPFS and torrent, ed2k is also a good choice to share ebooks.

weakish · weakish@zeroid.biton Aug 18, 2016Reply

Besides IPFS and torrent, ed2k is also a good choice to share ebooks.

@Mynameislegion: The magnet link will only work if someone is seeding the file in a torrent client. And to seed 1000+ torrents one needs a powerful machine. AFAIK IPFS will use less resources to seed the same amount of files.

@Tkarita: yeah, I saw all of them.

Arsene Lupin · arsenelupin@zeroid.biton Aug 18, 2016Reply

@Mynameislegion: The magnet link will only work if someone is seeding the file in a torrent client. And to seed 1000+ torrents one needs a powerful machine. AFAIK IPFS will use less resources to seed the same amount of files.

@Tkarita: yeah, I saw all of them.

About the IPFS part - what is its advantage over magnet links? I guess the latter brings more seeders?

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Aug 17, 2016Reply

About the IPFS part - what is its advantage over magnet links? I guess the latter brings more seeders?

I'd love a page like that. I been thinking about an upload page where people can paste the IBAN or the goodreads link when uploading a book and that could be used to scrape info form other pages. I know how to scrape with python

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Aug 17, 2016Reply

I'd love a page like that. I been thinking about an upload page where people can paste the IBAN or the goodreads link when uploading a book and that could be used to scrape info form other pages. I know how to scrape with python

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