Transcript for 25-06-2016, 13 lines:
09:08:19 kakobrekla: makes sense
09:34:46 punkman: "In Dijkstra's terms: decentralization theater considered harmful."
09:37:28 kakobrekla: >From a governance perspective, the line of lawlessness isn't the line between soft and hard forks. It's any fork which makes an exception for a specific address. Ethereum has already done this by freezing the DAO contract. At this point, it might as well be hanged for an ox, and go through with the full rollback.
09:38:04 kakobrekla: this is generally true, however do a fork and x amount of idiots will stick around, just like b-a wot forked into scammer wot and idiots are still around
09:38:17 kakobrekla: cant get rid of em
09:38:23 kakobrekla: even if you wanted
09:41:06 punkman: has any altcoin produced two stable forks?
09:41:24 kakobrekla: i dont think so
09:44:25 kakobrekla: Bitcoin has done an excellent job of freezing the war power of its own "parliament." Ironically, mining power in Bitcoin is quite centralized -- a small number of Chinese mining-pool managers, who have every opportunity to collude, could roll back anything. But they never have and they probably never will. < except for the 18 bitbet btc jajajajaj