bitcoin core code mirrors
my personal bitcoin git repository—which mirrors upstream branches+tags of a few projects—is available through a TorV3 service on http://nxshomzlgqmwfwhcnyvbznyrybh3gotlfgis7wkv7iur2yj2rarlhiad.onion
(instructions for cloning are on the website)
[bitcoin] Merged PR from practicalswift: Add syscall sandboxing using seccomp-bpf (Linux secure computing mode) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/20487
Got #joinmarket bots doing transactions on regtest in this branch:
where there's a simple c-lightning plugin (see jmcl.py) that allows the bots to use LN as a "message channel".
It's still early but it was fun to observe that even with all on localhost, doing it this way was faster than a miniircd instance (which is as simple as IRC gets).
It'll be slightly slower over Tor of course. But speed is only a very minor consideration here.
@orionwl Appears it is deliberate https://salsa.debian.org/debian/debianutils/-/commit/3a8dd10b4502f7bae8fc6973c13ce23fc9da7efb
i'm kind of disappointed that kobol.io stopped (https://blog.kobol.io/2021/08/25/we-are-pulling-the-plug/), was looking forward to the Helios64
does anyone know of any other NAS devices that come with free software? clearly nothing will beat its aesthetics but…
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New release of Joinmarket.
Includes use of fidelity bonds (think: timelocked outputs acting as "skin in the game" to prevent Sybil attacks):
Release notes give the necessary details as usual.
New release of Joinmarket: v0.8.3
It fixes a lot of things and adds a few features too (e.g. custom change addresses).
#riscv RISC-V bit manipulation extensions are finally public and are open for public comment.
China's ISCAS to build 2,000 #RISCV laptops by the end of 2022
libera's matrix bridging functionality works surprisingly well, to access bitcoin-core-dev through a matrix (instead of IRC) client you can use:
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