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windwarrior
@windwarrior
which is sensible, but well, impractical
lye
@lye
@Eearslya we need to also burn down x86/x64
literally go back to hand-wrapping wires
because this house of cards is unsustainable
Eearslya Sleiarion
@Eearslya
I'll get the punchcards
windwarrior
@windwarrior
what technology can stay?
Eearslya Sleiarion
@Eearslya
the transistor
lye
@lye
the P/N junction is probably fine yeah
but pretty much all software (and all software implemented in silicon)
Eearslya Sleiarion
@Eearslya
NEW WORLD ORDER :fire:
lye
@lye
okay team we're putting off further API updates until I can re-invent the last 50 years of computational development using only modern methods
Eearslya Sleiarion
@Eearslya
rm -rf /
lye
@lye
and once I'm down with that we'll have better methods and should probably throw out what I create with a replacement written from scratch using the new methods
David Reeß
@queicherius
I read "... using only modems" at first
darthmaim
@darthmaim
What happens when I connect from a service worker (or any web worker) to an unsecured websocket and postMessage proxy it back to the page?
lye
@lye
if the service worker's context is set to block mixed content (which is a setting inherited from the parent context and AFAIK locked to "on" with content served over a secure connection) then any websocket connections to an unsecured URI will be denied.
The converse is true if the service worker's context is not set to block mixed content.
David Reeß
@queicherius
That moment when all servers suddenly forget how to DNS :fire:
Archomeda
@Archomeda

you mentioned the websocket a lot of times; and every time i thought it would be similar to a socket like teamspeak or something
even after reading all the browser stuff and everything it still didn't click and was asking myself "why would you even need SSL?"
almost at the end, it finally did; and i was, oooohhhhhhhhhhhh... that's WAY more awesome than i first imagined

derp

Archomeda
@Archomeda
@lye, I took the opportunity to check with Content-Security-Policy: connect-src ws://localhost, but my Chrome still blocks it when the page itself was loaded over HTTPS
Archomeda
@Archomeda
Hmm... am I reading this correctly that about 1% of the Chrome users use the very same thing that you want to accomplish? https://www.chromestatus.com/metrics/feature/timeline/popularity/530
Archomeda
@Archomeda
I'm not really that great with understanding all that stuff, but as far as I understand they want to restrict the pages loaded from the internet communicating to local/intranet servers even further than they are right now
smiley
@codemasher
TL;DR: websockets unpossible, stick with Mumble
(i read most of it. really)
Aralicia
@Aralicia
I tend to really find those kind of answer unacceptable. Especially if the "solution" is to use the half-assed solution of Mumble.
smiley
@codemasher
you ever heard of irony?
Aralicia
@Aralicia
Isn't that the thing you use to clean jackets ?
Edgar Doiron
@Coffee4cr
lol
Christian
@zeeZ
You set up a guildwars2.com dyndns and letsencrypt the certificate through that. private key locally with trusted cert? hurr durr
Christian
@zeeZ
German eID requires you to get the user to open http://127.0.0.1:24727. You can't nicely include that without them seeing a blank page, or, if they forgot to run the client or installed it wrong an error you can't catch
(not)
Christian
@zeeZ
Hmm no that won't do, the domain would have to resolve to the user and be accessible there first for that to work...
lyesgw2api.com assigns the client a subdomain, letsencrypts the key, sets the subdomain to resolve 127.0.0.1 and gives the key/cert to the client on an on demand basis
what could possibly go wrong
Edgar Doiron
@Coffee4cr
Question, it's the client that pushes the data for mumble? why can't you just push your own data the way you want, in the same way the mumble data works?
Aralicia
@Aralicia
I have another super-dumb idea : have a non-TLS websocket; connect a non-TLS iframe on it; have the iframe interact with his TLS parent through a Flash-powered LocalConnection bridge. Afaik, LocalConnection ignores all http/https or cross-connection issues.
darthmaim
@darthmaim
kill flash with 🔥
@Coffee4cr you can't read memory mapped files from a website
Aralicia
@Aralicia
@Coffee4cr > issue with not using WebSocket is that no webapp can connect to it. Only locally installed apps would be able to.
Edgar Doiron
@Coffee4cr
ah ok
but it would work for local stuff
Aralicia
@Aralicia
@darthmaim hey, Flash is bad, but at least, it would work :p
darthmaim
@darthmaim
well, if you are using a plugin to read the data, you could write one just for reading the gw2 data
Christian
@zeeZ
webrtc data channel between client and browser?
you "only" need to handle signaling
Aralicia
@Aralicia
May work if Chrome still has his localhost exception to WebRTC. I've not idea how hard it would be to implement.
That said, WebRTC isn't supported by IE/Edge.