>>05M6L79B (OP) just pay for the pass goyim
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No matter what I do I always get this message. >Posting from your IP range has been blocked due to abuse. I have tried VPN with different regions but it still throws the same error.
Reminder that he is too good for this world and we do not deserve him.
How will you defend yourself after the 2nd ChOVID Riots? What technology will you use? How will we send them back to Africa?
>>fg-1IWH66IN (OP) >How will you defend yourself after the 2nd ChOVID Riots? i dunno and i dont care what i do know is how i will defend this board from shitty 4chan-tier thread: sage >How will we send them back to Africa? speaking of sending back, why dont you go back to 4cuck and take your cancerous posts with you?
https://gun.eco/ > The database for freedom fighters https://github.com/amark/gun >GUN was created by Mark Nadal in 2014 after he had spent 4 years trying to get his collaborative web app to scale up with traditional databases. >After he realized Master-Slave database architecture causes one big bottleneck, he (as a complete newbie outsider) naively decided to question the status quo and shake things up with controversial, heretical, and contrarian experiments: >The NoDB - no master, no servers, no "single source of truth", not built with a real programming language or real hardware, no DevOps, no locking, not just SQL or NoSQL but both (all - graphs, documents, tables, key/value). >The goal was to build a P2P database that could survive living inside any browser, and could correctly sync data between any device after assuming any offline-first activity. That all sounds good, but check out this issue list: https://github.com/amark/gun/issues So has anyone here given this database a try?6 replies and 2 images, Click here to view all.
Gun feat. Mark Nadal - An open source cybersecurity protocol for syncing decentralized graph data >In this video I interview Mark Nadal, the creator and maintainer of Gun. He walks us through everything from the architecture of Gun to the philosophy behind it with real-time demos, diving deep into various pieces of how it all works. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eo_7BxTrmc
What text editors do my fedifellas use? I like vscode purely for the linters and autocomplete that are easy to setup. I like emacs a lot because its fast and fairly minimal, is there a way to setup the linters/autocomplete on emacs to get it similar to vscode? is there a better alternative than the two? (ideally something that doesn't use electron)17 replies, Click here to view all.
>>KCDX9CO4 (OP) >What text editors do my fedifellas use? I just use vim, fairly boring answer. I like the keybinds and am very used to them, plus it is extensible. I am sure I do not need to explain why vim is cool. Wrote my entire dissertation in vim with latex. Here's something confusing, why is there a supposed "vim vs emacs" war, when they are not really comparable? vim is a text editor where as emacs is more like an ide with a text editor as just a part of it. Never used emacs though so maybe I'm just being dumb
>>WT4D3RWH >why is there a supposed "vim vs emacs" war Back in the day, they were the two major editors available to the Unix community, and they seemed diametrically opposed in their philosophy. The banter got heated at times, but it was mostly good fun. I don't think the war was ever that serious. These days, vim and emacs are the old grandpas of the editor world, and there's less reason for them to fight when the kids are going over to vscode.
Fedifellas, what mouse do you use? I want to get a new mouse but idk what to get, I want something that's wired, has no RGB and has the two little side buttons. >inb4 logitech Logitech mice are one of the ugliest fucking abominations on todays market for peripherals
Is technology good for you?18 replies and 4 images, Click here to view all.
>>DCZBDXA5 look around at all the technology you use you think you would be better without it? I'm not talking about the coom tech but the kind that adds value to your life. I don't believe Amish people have the better life they are just scared of their impulses.
>array of code why can't my code be array'd?
the web and email are spyware by default, http has mandatory useragent and smtp has a shitton of unencryptable metadata are there any decent alternative protocols to them? >gopher it is nice, but i want something more rich, able to be filled with colored text and animated gifs >gemini seems okay, but obligatory tls is pure retardation, what if i intend to run it as an onion service? >serving postscript files over ftp is this a thing? sounds alright in my head, if a bit autistic idk of any alternatives to email, what i have in mind is something that allows you receive long messages and download them to your machine to store them long term (file transfer support not necessary) maybe an ftp server that only lets people upload .txt files? (when i say ftp i don't mean vanilla ftp, it can be sftp/ftps too)8 replies, Click here to view all.
https://httpwg.org/specs/rfc7231.html (Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP/1.1): Semantics and Content) > A user agent SHOULD send a User-Agent field in each request unless specifically configured not to do so. Pretty sure the referer header isn't required either. HTTP/2 RFC for reference: https://httpwg.org/specs/rfc7540.html
I go to university for Computer Science in September, I'm extremely excited that I'm going for something I'm so passionate about. Does being passionate about technology bring you joy /g/? I wholeheartedly enjoy learning new things related to tech whenever I can. It's just so fucking cool.
Democrats literally btfo you cannot spoof the TCP timestamps to get the rate of ballot stuffing that took place. I can't wait tbh. Fuck Joe Biden he's a stupid nigger monkey.14 replies and 2 images, Click here to view all.
I want to learn more about decentralized social media, but I cannot find any good resources online.
>>X4RKYUVE (OP) https://activitypub.rocks/ ActivityPub works with inboxes and outboxes. an actor sends a post to their outbox, and an actor that is subscribed to that actor's outbox will recieve their messages in their inbox. boards in fchan are actors, and they subscribe to other board's outboxes. this is basically it, pleroma and peertube use the same mechanism for their posts, and every interaction (including likes and comments) is sent as an activity to the reciever's inbox and the sender's outbox.
>>X4RKYUVE (OP) Yep to go off of some of the replies you got everyone has an outbox and an inbox - so on pleroma and mastodon every "actor" has an outbox and an inbox that posts go to. Fchan has no "users" so the board itself has the outbox which can be viewed for the different boards just change the instance url and board letter to peak through: https://penchan.xyz/g/outbox Further reading The proposed spec for Fchannel: https://github.com/FChannel0/FChannel-Server/issues/9 The actual activitypub spec: https://www.w3.org/TR/activitypub/ Someone already linked it but https://activitypub.rocks/ is a great starter resource
I just switched from Artix to Void, gotta say it's far more comfy (and minimal I guess). The only thing I don't like is that there is considerably less documentation when compared to Arch (and it's forks)19 replies, Click here to view all.
I have my entire computer routed through TOR. And I also use the tor browser(using a bridge) as my daily browser. I have no desire to view onion sites or anything. I just like privacy in the same way I don't like people checking my emails or text messages. It's okay to know my phone number, it's okay to know my email, it's okay for my isp to know I use the internet. But it's not okay for them to track me. I don't even watch porn. I just hate being stalked. Now, how do you like/hate tor?