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 :-)
link2xtcould someone share the link to the stream mentioned in https://twitter.com/dat_protocol/status/1355988820714377217
larok00[m]it's pretty quiet in here huh
larok00[m]how's the project going generally?
oakso not much happens here anymore
larok00[m]Ahh I see, thanks
larok00[m]are you there as well?
brotchui 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.
brotchuthis is what i tried --> dat clone dat://dat.foundation ~/Downloads/dat-demo
brotchuI have tried sharing and cloning between computers in my wifi network. works well
brotchuwhat am i missing with the demo files ?
wytrzeszczi 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
indicatorHi, are people using hypercore in conventional browsers? I'd like to start developing a project just with simple-as-possible two-way replication between I guess an IndexedDB storage (does one exist?) in a web browser peer that has a web UI, and a node.js desktop peer (which would expose some network API to a command line UI). Is that possible, and is there a simple-ish way into that without pulling in a lot of "swarm" stuff, just
indicatorhard-coding my two localhost peers initially?
substackand https://github.com/random-access-storage/random-access-web is the best option for the storage layer in the browser (pass an instance to the hypercore constructor storage field)
indicatorThanks - isn't the
bootstrapargument in the hyperswarm-web README.md referring to an instance of https://github.com/hyperswarm/hyperswarm (which could be running in plain old node.js or an electron app, or whatever?)
indicatorAll the webrtc stuff here does seem like a bit of a distraction for me at the moment though. I'm on board with the direction of travel, but my hope initially is to 1. make use of append-only log sync 2. provide a central peer for casual users with the option for them to dip their toe into decentralised web via running a local peer.
decentral1sebecause i am still salty
decentral1sedid anyone else have thoughts on this?
decentral1seused to be a vibe here