decentral1serad cat, success
decentral1sebeamed to the netherlands
substacki used that photo a lot to debug my ntsc encoder/decoder
substackbecause it has good variety of colors
decentral1sethats cool! yeah it is a nice constructive critique, i like the work https://www.openprivacy.ca do
fleekyloving all these small utilities :)
baffo32hey #dat . a while ago i developed https://github.com/xloem/openrecord , a tool which uses dat to provide for piping and sharing unending binary streams.
baffo32i had trouble maintaining this tool because i wanted to use the dat structures in ways the api didn't provide yet, and it was hard to get features accepted, and the backend kept changing underneath me
baffo32it seems like it would make sense to work closer with you guys moving forward. it would be nice if eventually it functioned again. it would be really good for handling e.g. server logs. is there a mailing list or anything to work with? is hyperdb still the backend to us?
substackan early early version used rabin fingerprints but that feature was dropped long ago for perf reasons
substackhowever you can layer on rabin fingerprinting yourself in your application
nettlemanning-ncsa: it's moved elsewhere, to https://github.com/hypercore-protocol
nettle'dat' isn't being built anymore
orbisvicisI assume only the private key holders can read the data, how do you share data to a subset of users?
orbisvicisand if you use dht on the wan, how do you keep your public key private? can you run your own private swarm?