rangermauvepfrazee: Ping! ^
pfrazee@Bluebie yeah that's correct, "blue" is the codename for a major next releas
rangermauve@Bluebie paul can probably speak to the Beaker related questions. Regarding files and deletion, you can set an archive to be in "latest" mode (default in the CLI) which doesn't download obsolete data or keep history.
rangermauve@Bluebie so if everyone is using latest mode then old data will get forgotten.
okdistributeif you transfer i'd recommend using the
dat keyscommand, but only update ever from one place -- once you transfer your keys, the old one should be discarded. otherwise your dat will be broken.
jboynone of the
datsubcommands seem to fit the bill
dekaNew comm-comm meeting tomorrow: dat-land/comm-comm#112 see you there ;-)
rangermauve@jboy You can have a
.datdownloadfile to specify which files you wish to load: https://github.com/datproject/dat#selecting-files
jboythanks also Bluebie
okdistributejboy: or docs.datprotocol.com..
okdistributejhand: or just keep docs.datproject.org for now.. but the link is broken in the new site
okdistributejhand: rangermauve also whats the difference between 'community-> get started' and 'learn->docs' ?
rangermauveokdistribute: I think "get started" is going to have some content that todrobbins is working on that relates to the MOSS grant. Like a developer onboarding thing
rangermauve@bluebie You might also be interested in checking out this book about how Dat's internal structures work: https://datprotocol.github.io/how-dat-works/
rangermauveokdistribute: sure! I'm just going to take a break for like four to six hours and then I'll get on it
okdistributeno worries or rush on that
okdistributejust thought it'd be a nice add
okdistributei added the kappa workshop here and created the 'cookbook' section https://docs.datproject.org/docs/kappa
decentral1seI'm working from those while porting to python and wondering if I have to maintain that license
decentral1seso far I am doing that. Curious though if anyone has a lead on what are the options. IANAL :)
okdistribute(of course it means more things, but ... for sake of simplicity..)
decentral1sethanks, I better read up on this ;)