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Makoto Inoue
@makoto
@Deozaan_gitlab you can search via thegraph https://thegraph.com/explorer/subgraph/ensdomains/ens
Screenshot 2020-09-10 at 23.42.12.png
Deozaan
@Deozaan_gitlab
Thank you @makoto
ansteadm
@ansteadm
Is there a way to mint multiple ENS subdomains in one transaction?
Micah Zoltu
@MicahZoltu
You could do it from a contract, but you would have to write it.
Makoto Inoue
@makoto
hey guys. We will be gradually switching over our discussion to discord. Here is our discord invite https://discord.gg/AskZbFx.
anders
@tabcat
this is great, gitter is convenient in that you can sign in with github but there are so many bugs with gitter, and on mobile especially. i might try to get another project i frequent to do this.
David Portabella
@dportabella
https://eth.link/ (and subdomains such as https://wealdtech.eth.link/) are currently down. This is already the second time that I see eth.link down. Anyone knows the team behind them? Is it a private company? What is their income model? How reliable are them? I am scared of relying on them for my start-up.
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
I'm aware and working on it, it appears to be some issues with our kubernetes cluster
They're currently managed by us (True Names), but we'll soon be announcing a significant improvement.
David Portabella
@dportabella
👍👍👍
Can I ask what is your income model? how can you currently provide this service for free?
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
We're funded by ENS registrations. We don't get income specifically for eth.link; it's a service we operate because it contributes to the ENS and Ethereum ecosystem.
David Portabella
@dportabella
👍
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
But we don't have resources for dedicated devops, so it's basically me and whenever I get paged by our fairly rudimentary monitoring
David Portabella
@dportabella
I am currently testing a script that calls setSubnodeRecord and setContenthash, and this is so expensive on the mainnet (100'000 gas, 10 €). This is really expensive, specially considered to the DNS alternative, where these operations are free. Why are ethereum operations so expensive?
Is there a eth.link version working on a test network (ropsten or other)?
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
I'm afraid not, but you can run an eth.link server yourself
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
The nodes are catching up now and the service should be back up soon.
David Portabella
@dportabella
thanks!
David Portabella
@dportabella

coredns-ens is only the DNS server (over ENS) on port 53, right?

In order to run a eth.link server, I need to run all these containers mentioned in the enscluster README?

https://github.com/ensdomains/enscluster/blob/master/README.md

CONFIGS="namespace-cert-manager clustermetadata ssd-storageclass tiller-rbac ipfs-volumeclaim geth-volumeclaim ipfs geth ipfs-service geth-service letsencrypt-staging letsencrypt-prod eth-domains-cert"
for conf in $CONFIGS; do kubectl apply -f cluster/$conf.yaml; done
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
@dportabella Yes, but it's the important bit; by changing the config you can have it point to any IPFS gateway.
You can run your own IPFS gateway too for convenience, or use an existing one - as long as the gateway can see your DNS server.
For the Ethereum node requirement you can either run your own or rely on infura, though the latter will be a lot slower to respond.
David Portabella
@dportabella

Ok, I see, I only need to change the 21-coredns-ens.yaml file, and if I want to use the ropsten test networking, I need to add geth --ropsten on 20-geth.yaml, right?

https://github.com/ensdomains/enscluster/blob/master/cluster/20-geth.yaml

      containers:
        - name: geth
          image: ethereum/client-go:v1.9.9
          - "--ropsten" <<<<
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
Pretty much
Those are kubernetes config files, though, so unless you're running a kubernetes cluster you can't use them directly
But they're useful to see what config each task expects
AndrewH
@andrewheadricke
I just noticed eth.link was down also. @dportabella as a crude work around you could try http://ens.wip2p.com/ethereum.eth
David Portabella
@dportabella
@Arachnid , thanks for the help. But I am too overwhelmed for running my own instance of eth.link for now. I am giving up for the moment, and I'll try again next week. Cheers!
David Portabella
@dportabella

@andrewheadricke , thanks. It's great that it's only a one file script! :)
https://code.wip2p.com/mwadmin/ensresolver.git

but it makes a redirection to https://gateway.ipfs.io/ipfs/<current_contenthash>, which is inconvinient because users might save this link, and when the contenthash changes, they would look at the old content.

Juan Blanco
@juanfranblanco
Hi Nick (@Arachnid) i think Eth.Link surely needs more funded support, it is going to be the bridge for a while.
Makoto Inoue
@makoto
Hello all, gentle reminder that we are migrating into Discord https://discord.gg/AskZbFx
AndrewH
@andrewheadricke
Discord.. :(
David Portabella
@dportabella

Ethereum transactions have become so expensive.
Calling ENS setContenthash cost 92,497 gas, $2.25!
Imagine paying $2.25 each time I need to change (a small part of) the content of the website.
https://etherscan.io/tx/0xe0f3a69df4285b28c384a4024fa159c268f474e250e8504543aa95cc45ea3435

Will Ethereum survive to this overpricing?
Will it become cheaper soon?
Or will Ethereum die soon?

AndrewH
@andrewheadricke
I guess the hope is eth 2.0 will resolve the price issue with better scaling
David Portabella
@dportabella
👍
maxxflyer
@maxxflyer
hallo, I have a question: I need to get the list of subdomain for a domain.eth, and I need to do it via contract. the contract will then produce a json output for me. I don't understand where subdomains are stored and how to pull them. Thanks in advance
Makoto Inoue
@makoto
Hello, routine reminder that our support channel is migrating into https://discord.gg/AskZbFx
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
@maxxflyer It's not possible to enumerate subdomains onchain. Why do you need to do this in a contract?
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid

Support for ENS has moved to our Discord. Please join us at https://discord.gg/AskZbFx

David Portabella
@dportabella
@Arachnid , it should be possible to enumerate subdomains by looking at all the transactions on the resolver(s), right? (costly, but possible)
David Portabella
@dportabella

I bought a 7 letter ENS domain name on mainnet using myetherwallet.com (it costed 0.034 ETH (0.02 ETH + transaction fee) = 7.17 EUR).

How I buy a ENS domain name on ropsten?

Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
@dportabella Best to ask these questions on the Discord.
Osc
@olahworld_twitter
hi there
how can I set up the resolver on the ENS smart contract for some ENS domaisn
any link for a youTube? someone helped me before but for some reason, the ENS domain is not working or accepting transfers....
Chi-Hao
@chihaopoon_twitter
Hi, what is the role for a Controller? What can he/she do?
anders
@tabcat
@chihaopoon_twitter this channel has moved to discord https://discord.gg/AskZbFx