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matrixbot
@matrixbot
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
@dat-bot
konobi_ rabbit: iirc there's a swarm module for webrtc, which does nat traversal out of the box
dat-bot
@dat-bot
hishamn__ millette: Thanks....
dat-bot
@dat-bot
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
@dat-bot
jimpick waves back at konobi_
dat-bot
@dat-bot
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
@dat-bot
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
@dat-bot
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
@dat-bot
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
@dat-bot
mafintosh whoopsie!
dat-bot
@dat-bot
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
mafintosh lachenmayer: yea that's what i meant
mafintosh lachenmayer: send a pr if you thnk that's easier (add a comment to the code why we still have it)
lachenmayer sure will do that :)
jimpick when i used hypercore/lib/crypto, that was really using an undocumented internal interface
mafintosh that's why i made hypercore-crypto :)
mafintosh a couple of days ago
jimpick thank you for that!
mafintosh i wanna continue doing that
mafintosh until hypercore is just a couple of requires
dat-bot
@dat-bot
lachenmayer i have a silly project that did exactly the same thing (vanity-dat), +1 on hypercore-crypto
dat-bot
@dat-bot
lachenmayer mafintosh/hypercore#166
RangerMauve
@RangerMauve
Some friends and I got together this weekend and all made chat apps using dat with the goal of making our apps inter-operable
Got pretty far in a couple of hours. :D
Daniel Lauzon
@daneroo
How'd that go?!
dat-bot
@dat-bot
lachenmayer yeah? that sounds super interesting!
RangerMauve
@RangerMauve
Not bad, nothing really presentable, though. 😅
Daniel Lauzon
@daneroo
Smal steps...!!!
RangerMauve
@RangerMauve
We all went with similar approaches of writing messages to our own dat and then listening on others'
beaker://library/dat://6eda39b5f1d95f6bc885706194e0f909e0e6f0e5db0b92d7b4fb507a738646ba
My WIP
You press the + button and enter the dat URL of the person you wanna see messages from
You fork the app to be able to write messages to it