“like a house of cards during a tornado warning”
I wrote this on 1st Feb 2020, probably a week or two after I first heard about the virus:
Apparently the "lab theory" is not nonsense (who woulda thought it!), but that's not the story, the story is that well over a year later, most of our friends are still using the cancer that is corporate/SV social media, that would indeed, and regularly did, "cancel" people for expressing this opinion.
In version 0.21 @bitcoincoreorg added support for Tor V3: https://twitter.com/pwuille/status/1315105797517393920
For the next major release we're dropping V2 support. Their usability will rapidly diminish the next few months, as they're deprecated and @torproject will soon remove support. https://twitter.com/BitcoinMerges/status/1400497519814135809
libera's matrix bridging functionality works surprisingly well, to access bitcoin-core-dev through a matrix (instead of IRC) client you can use:
At next Wednesday's Bitcoin Core PR Review Club, we'll be looking at PR 21527 "Net_processing: lock clean up" (p2p).
Come discuss and learn about orphans, peer message handling, and mutexes for locking and thread safety.
Notes and questions are up. Thanks to John Newbery for hosting!
I don't know why nobody thought of this sooner. Inb4 Julian Assange avenue.
Bitcoin Optech newsletter #150 is here:
- announces a change of networks for several IRC channels
- celebrates Optech’s 150th newsletter
- includes popular questions and answers from the Bitcoin Stack Exchange
- announces Eclair 0.6.0 release
- announces LND 0.13.0-beta.rc3 release candidate
farewell, tor v2 support in bitcoin core... (testing welcome)
Wednesday's Bitcoin Core PR Review Club will dive into User-Space, Statically Defined Tracing (USDT).
Our host @0xb10c opens the door to peeking into runtime internals of Bitcoin Core at statically defined tracepoints.
Come discuss and learn; notes and questions are up!