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zdwiel I tried using kiwi irc webchat but it didnt seem to work
zdwiel anyway, I was wondering if for new applications i should be using dat-node or the new sdk
zdwiel it looks like maybe the sdk isn't stable yet?
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deka hi zdwiel, the sdk covers lots of cases and it is where all the new development will happen
zdwiel is the API stable enough to start building with though?
zdwiel I'm just worried I'm going to have to fix my code every couple months for a while to get bug fixes, which I'd rather avoid
zdwiel maybe SDK API is stable now though and most work is behind the scenes bug fixes and optimizations?
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deka maybe rangermauve could give you more details about the API status. From what can I see, it is stable, there would be possibly some changes thou with the "dat 2.0" version. You can check out the dat2 branch to get an idea.
zdwiel cool thanks
Frando telamohn_: hei so is there an example of a multifeed like setup with decentstack?
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zdwiel is it possible with any of the tools to specify which version of a dat you want? similar to checking out a particular commit in git
zdwiel I've seen something similar is possible in the http interface exposed by now dat command line
zdwiel oh man, not sure how I missed this, seeing a archive.checkout(version) in the SDK docs, sory for spamming the channel
fleeky can anyone recommend a good online collaborative spreadsheet thingy that could theoretically also be self hosted ?
fleeky just dont say google docs !
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decentral1se ethercalc if moving fast otherwise -> nextcloud+onlyoffice or nextcloud+collabora
decentral1se fleeky: ^^^
fleeky thanks
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mafintosh okdistribute: do you know if we still have cloud servers on google cloud?
mafintosh would be cool to run some dht nodes on there if we do
mafintosh Frando: btw wrote this in the weekend, https://github.com/hyperswarm/tunnel
mafintosh for tunnneling when hole punching gets you down
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deka comm-comm meeting starting in ~30 mins, join us
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okdistribute mafintosh: I don't know, jhand would know for sure
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deka comm-comm meeting is starting 🎥
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jhand mafintosh: yes we do, is there some documentation on how to run the dht nodes?
mafintosh yep! let me find it
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zdwiel if I am running dat from 2 computers on a LAN should I expect them to communicate with each other over LAN at LAN speeds?
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pfrazee zdwiel: you'll get some overhead compared to a socket where you're just dumping bytes, but not so much it should matter a lot
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substack debugging cryptic Error: AssertionError
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pfrazee substack: are you using the daemon? The grpc client emits that nonsense a lot
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substack i'm piping hypercore replication streams together
substack not using the daemon
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zdwiel pfrazee: thanks. Will have to see what else might be causing slow transfer within google compute engine nodes. It seems to be capped around 10MB/s which seems slow
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mafintosh substack: latest version?
substack hypercore 8.2.5
substack ah the error is coming from noise protocol. perhaps the issue is in there
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substack ok it looks like maybe this error is from a dependency update in peermq
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rangermauve zdwiel_: the archive related code should be pretty stable. We're going to have a breaking change in the wire protocol and storage layer soon, but the code should be more or less the same.
rangermauve I'm using the SDK for this VR workshop thing and I'm low key impressed that it's all working so easily. And offline-first, too. 😤
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fleeky slow claps
rangermauve Now if only Android allowed me to connect to networks without internet. 🤔🤔
rangermauve What's extra frustrating is that it actually connected for a bit earlier and now it flat out refuses
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zdwiel cool thats super helpful thanks
zdwiel I've gotten a proof of concept going with just the dat executable, but will need to write some js for the full use case
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zdwiel Also looks like my previous benchmark was IO bound by the google cloud disk
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Frando andrewosh: mafintosh/hyperdrive#252
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andrewosh thanks Frando. looks good to me. will have to update the daemon to include that info as well