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Dat
@dat_project_twitter
nettle the hypercore discord is now mirrored on cabal: cabal://ebdbcf8cd9c704844ca47b88fe7526a3c9f865be998486ca16ae3431e019d0cc
T. Andrew Manning
@manning-ncsa
I don't see any git commits on the datproject/dat GitHub repo on any branch since May 2020. Is the Dat project struggling, or has the active development repo moved elsewhere?
Dat
@dat_project_twitter
nettle manning-ncsa: it's moved elsewhere, to https://github.com/hypercore-protocol
nettle 'dat' isn't being built anymore
T. Andrew Manning
@manning-ncsa
That is a relief :-) This explains a lot.
A quick perusal makes it look like hyp is a close analog to the dat CLI (https://github.com/hypercore-protocol/cli, https://hypercore-protocol.org/guides/hyp/sharing-folders/)
Dat
@dat_project_twitter
jin sup
Dat
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rtn o/
Dat
@dat_project_twitter
nettle rtn: hey
Dat
@dat_project_twitter
orbisvicis how secure is dat? can anyone with a public key write to your record?
orbisvicis I assume only the private key holders can read the data, how do you share data to a subset of users?
orbisvicis and if you use dht on the wan, how do you keep your public key private? can you run your own private swarm?
Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
Good news. Some of the discussions from the Dat Ecosystem is also happening in Cabal, which syncs from and back to Discord, so if anyone also want to join there. It's kind of more about projects people are building and sharing modules etc.
https://github.com/dat-ecosystem/dat-ecosystem.github.io#dat-ecosystem
Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
Oh, just noticed @noffle mentioned it already above :D
Dat
@dat_project_twitter
nettle thanks ninabreznik for all of your work to make it happen <3
Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
Ah, my part was easy. Thank you and the tem behind Cabal <3
Chris
@furesoft
hello. is there a .net api for the dat protocol?
Rick Moynihan
@RickMoynihan

:wave: Hi folks...

I've been vaguely aware of dat for sometime; but never looked at it in any depth.

Recently I came across it again as I've been looking into CRDTs as a means to solve some thorny data management problems. Essentially I'm investigating vague ideas about the role of CRDT's might play in modeling statistical data and reference data, e.g. datasets sharing dimensions and reference data, and supporting collaborative change models on that.

I heard Martin Klepman (CRDT academic/researcher) namecheck work on the dat protocol, and then got wondering how dat/hypercore might help.

Am I barking up the wrong tree here?

jbove So thoughts, opinions on IPFS now officially made available in Brave browser?
Dat
@dat_project_twitter
substack jack dorsey just tweeted this link o_O https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmdFrru4PyHzXGZztEPnYToBR3QovD7fkC1HSyty22LzfD
substack mentions hypercore protocol and ssb
Dat
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nettle oh hey cabal is in it too
nettle and beaker
HangingWithMonty
@HangingWitMonty_twitter
Hello
Dat
@dat_project_twitter
oak welcome
Paulo Pinto
@webkernel
Hello. I am newcomer trying to learn how to use decentralized solutions. Sorry for my newbie profile.
Alexander Praetorius
@serapath

This channel is not super active anymore.
You could try to join the new dat-ecosystem discord server: https://discord.gg/6WKwZeuCkA
Or you could go to the hypercore protocol website and check that discord channel if you are specifically interested in the core hypercore-protocol rather than projects in the ecosystem.

Or join both :-)

Dat
@dat_project_twitter
link2xt could someone share the link to the stream mentioned in https://twitter.com/dat_protocol/status/1355988820714377217
Quiark
@Quiark:matrix.org
[m]
discord :(
Dat
@dat_project_twitter
larok00[m] Hello everyone
Dat
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oak hello
larok00[m] it's pretty quiet in here huh
larok00[m] how's the project going generally?
Dat
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oak the hypercore people moved discussion to a discord channel
oak so not much happens here anymore
larok00[m] Ahh I see, thanks
larok00[m] are you there as well?
Dat
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oak no
Dat
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Copenhagen_Bram is dat over tor possible?
Casey Marshall
@cmars
is it possible to have branches and diffs with dat? I'd like to develop a p2p app where nodes can pull changes from each other (like a git pull) but decide what and how they want to merge that content.
Dat
@dat_project_twitter
brotchu hello
brotchu i have been trying to run the clone command provided in cli intro page. it does not connect to any node. the .dat dir is created but nothing else, and i have to kill after waiting long.
brotchu this is what i tried --> dat clone dat://dat.foundation ~/Downloads/dat-demo
brotchu I have tried sharing and cloning between computers in my wifi network. works well
brotchu what am i missing with the demo files ?
Dat
@dat_project_twitter
wytrzeszcz hi
wytrzeszcz i know im lazly bastard... but it is late at night and so... do you have any hello world example to check dat out? i run mint on desktop now