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dat-bot
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konobi_ jimpick: waves
dat-bot
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sknebel Does the dat CLI have a equivalent to curl - putting a file on stdout without putting it on disk?
dat-bot
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yoshuawuyts Hypercore 0.5.0 is out! - can now copy data locally between feeds :D https://github.com/datrs/hypercore
yoshuawuyts going to be working next on making it work over the network!
dat-bot
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mafintosh yoshuawuyts: wow!
dat-bot
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pfrazee lachenmayer: glad you like it!
pfrazee yoshuawuyts: nice
dat-bot
@dat-bot
lachenmayer yoshuawuyts: awesome!
lachenmayer (i read "vaporware API" as "vaporwave API" on first glance...)
lachenmayer seems slightly weird to me that the feed itself is an iterator over the network events rather than the feed items!
dat-bot
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lachenmayer pattern matching makes this so so nice...
dat-bot
@dat-bot
jimpick waves at konobi_
jimpick yoshuawuyts: huge milestone!
dat-bot
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bret Wow nice!
dat-bot
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misuba tstx
misuba o hai
matrixbot
@matrixbot
rabbit Does discovery-swarm do NAT traversal? (Do Beaker and dat CLI work when both sides are behind NATs?)
dat-bot
@dat-bot
millette wonders if the matrixbot could talk directly to #dat
millette rabbit: it should work for most cases
matrixbot
@matrixbot
rabbit millette: I should have searched first before asking, but just found this issue about NAT traversal not working -- mafintosh/discovery-swarm#16
dat-bot
@dat-bot
millette hmm, did you also try "dat doctor" ?
matrixbot
@matrixbot
rabbit I'm about to start building a project on top of discovery-swarm and I'm just trying to see if it has machinery inside it for NAT traversal or if I need to do it myself
rabbit I haven't tried it myself yet
dat-bot
@dat-bot
millette rabbit: see also https://github.com/maxogden/discovery-channel (swarm builds on that), it implements dht and dns discovery
matrixbot
@matrixbot
rabbit Thanks! I'll look into that. I understand the discovery side of things, I just want to know about NAT hole punching specifically
dat-bot
@dat-bot
hishamn__ Hi all in the Dat community. I'm new to the dat and was wondering how can I search for and discover other dat files or websites? Thanks
millette hishamn__, no search, but a good starting point is https://github.com/beakerbrowser/explore
dat-bot
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konobi_ rabbit: iirc there's a swarm module for webrtc, which does nat traversal out of the box
dat-bot
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hishamn__ millette: Thanks....
dat-bot
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yoshuawuyts lachenmayer: hehe, vaporwave
yoshuawuyts lachenmayer: yeah, still need to work a bit on what the network API should look like C:
Franz Heinzmann
@Frando
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dinesh
@1532j0004kg
Hai everyone ... Is the dat protocol works in tor browser ?
dinesh
@1532j0004kg
Is like , If we use dat protocol ... No one can find who is owner of the website and no one can track our location is it true ?
dat-bot
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jimpick waves back at konobi_
dat-bot
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aral I saw @dat-gitter was able to get dat share working on a Nexus 5X (https://botbot.me/freenode/dat/2017-07-22/?msg=88921131&page=2). I’m getting a segmentation fault on my Nexus 5 (https://github.com/datproject/dat/issues/1007). The X is 64bit, the 5 is 32bit. Wondering if that's the issue? Any thoughts?
dat-bot
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rdb Can I use Dat to synchronize files between multiple of my computers? I read in the FAQ that two people cannot write to the same Dat archive--does that extend to "multiple clients" or would it still be possible to do this by having multiple clients share the same keypair?
dat-bot
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rdb And if not, can people here recommend open-source decentralised file sync software?
substack rdb: the next version supports multiple writers. I'm not sure if that has landed in hyperdrive main branch yet but the basics are there
substack rdb: what does your use case look like?
rdb Sounds promising.
rdb substack: I'm mostly just trying to sync personal notes and work between my systems. Sharing some datasets with friends is another one of my use cases.
Martin Heidegger
@martinheidegger
soyuka: ping
dat-bot
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lachenmayer hi jimpick, when you get a moment could you please merge automerge/hypermerge#8 ? :) trying to npx hm-chat and it's broken at the moment
lachenmayer because hypercore/lib/crypto moved to hypercore-crypto
dat-bot
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mafintosh whoopsie!
dat-bot
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jimpick lachenmayer: i might still have access there because i worked on automerge in the past, but martin kleppmann is doing the releases ... he hasn’t granted me the authority to do that
lachenmayer jimpick: i see, should i ask in the automerge slack instead?
lachenmayer mafintosh: otherwise would it be possible to create a file lib/crypto.js that's just module.exports = require('hypercore-crypto')
jimpick lachenmayer: that’s probably the best bet