but in this case, naah. I think not just here but in general the bullies and harmful characters always get too much attention I'll leave it at that, boost stuff you like instead :)
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@402PaymentRequired better to just ignore it, imo, no one cares about this crypto insider drama we have bigger fish to fry
a "hate retweet" is still a retweet
> Ian Levy, GCHQ’s Technical Director, recently posted on the Lawfare blog what GCHQ wants tech companies to do. Buried in a post full of justifications [...], Levy explained that GCHQ wants secure messaging services, like WhatsApp, Signal, Wire, and iMessage, to create deceitful user interfaces that hide who private messages are being sent to.
Never thought about this before, but the #Firefox "Reader View" is a decent way to bypass some adblock detectors.
A sudden realization that you were in a desperate need of a better computer. #DOSGaming
"A 100% libre RISC-V + 3D GPU chip for mobile devices"
@niconiconi you might want to file an issue for that; `lightningd` shouldn't compile against an incompatible version of secp256k1, not compile successfully and crash later. But good that you found the cause.
Most censorship techniques adopted by ISPs around the world are subtle, so it can be hard to distinguish intentional government censorship from transient network failures or other issues.
Transparency is essential.
OONI's dataset is probably the largest publicly-available resource on internet censorship to date:
That never occurred to me at least; normally you'd be able to close the channels and get your coins back
But theoretically, yes: lightning protocol has some 'punishment' that kicks in if a node detects its peer's channels is tampered with, which could trigger in the case of data corruption
Finally going to merge Python3 support into the master branch of Joinmarket today :)
There should be a new release shortly that includes that, and coincurve (which will just make the secp256k1 binding a bit more reliable in terms of install, it's better maintained), and a few other fixes.
I'm also noting (being a relatively active user) that coinjoins are significantly more reliable after the random_under_max choosing algo introduced in 0.4. Yg bot seems to average about 20 txs/day (low fees).
Wow the FOSDEM room lineup looks pretty great this year: https://fosdem.org/2019/news/2018-10-14-accepted-developer-rooms/
Decentralized Internet and Privacy?
Microkernels and Component-based OS?
CAD and Open Hardware?
That's my kind of jam right there
bitcoin dev, FOSS software/hardware, rustlang, computer graphics
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