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    Grizmoblust
    @Grizmoblust
    do you guys run rust on nightly?
    I got an error... beacon.rs:168 .set_read_timeout(..)
    David Irvine
    @dirvine
    yes, some of our libs use unstable features just now, we hope soon to be on stable though. (Weak pointer was an issue but there is a crate to work around that now, also net2 helps)
    Grizmoblust
    @Grizmoblust
    no method call
    I looked up on rust-docs, and it is included. not sure why its saying that
    David Irvine
    @dirvine
    yes I think you need nightly there. Crust upwards (routing vault and all client libs)
    Grizmoblust
    @Grizmoblust
    ohh oops. how dumb of me. haha
    David Irvine
    @dirvine
    if marked unstable then it needs nightly I think. No worries :D
    Grizmoblust
    @Grizmoblust
    lets see if the compile works. :D
    Grizmoblust
    @Grizmoblust
    okay I'm kinda new to networking stuff but I'm using wireshark, and monitoring the TCP connections. It appears to be connecting other peers. Around 15-20 peers so it seems. I ran the script cargo run --example crust-peer. For this case.
    David Irvine
    @dirvine
    Thats a good start. You can look at the tests if you wish and see if you can play with the variables to start with then see if they cover all cases. All that helps a lot
    Grizmoblust
    @Grizmoblust
    when you said look at the tests, do you mean look for code that has label #[test] ?
    David Irvine
    @dirvine
    yes that's it
    Grizmoblust
    @Grizmoblust
    okay
    Grizmoblust
    @Grizmoblust
    should I run cargo test export RUST_TEST_THREADS=1 ?
    Grizmoblust
    @Grizmoblust
    why port should be random? Wouldn't that introduce more attacks?
    David Irvine
    @dirvine
    Yes tests need to run sequentially because of beacon. The port being random makes it harder to track down nodes as you wont know what protocol or port to check for existance of a node.
    Zac Stewart
    @zacstewart
    @dirvine Sorry, I haven't. I was out of town for RustCamp.
    David Irvine
    @dirvine
    No worries, let us know if we can help in any way.
    Mark Hughes (happybeing/theWebalyst)
    @happybeing
    My first (proper) maidsafe pull request: maidsafe/rfcs#37
    David Irvine
    @dirvine
    Cannot tell you how important this is, we need more and also more critique internally and externally until there is no line. The sooner the better, this one is outside my remit so Krishna Viv and Spandan will be leading the way. Thanks man!
    Mark Hughes (happybeing/theWebalyst)
    @happybeing
    Thanks David, I just hope it's a step in the right direction. I'm conscious of not wanting to be a distraction for the guys so as usual, if waiting is best for the project, so be it.
    Grizmoblust
    @Grizmoblust
    Could someone explain to me what common_bits.rs (from routing) do?
    Thomas
    @RoboMantis
    is this a good forum to figure out maid safe github code?
    Vinícius dos Santos Oliveira
    @vinipsmaker
    @RoboMantis: I don't think so. Try https://forum.safenetwork.io/ and the GitHub issues (if applicable)
    Haddar Macdasi
    @macdasi
    Where can i ask question regarding maidsafecoin storage ?
    Kelly Thomas Kline
    @kellytk