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00:00:44 asciilifeform: doing anything more recent - even, e.g., a 16th century italian cipher like gerolamo cardano's grille - would be quite inconsistent with the whole framework

00:01:57 asciilifeform: why not, e.g., vernam (one time pad)? seemingly low-tech. but in point of fact, i can picture the conversation. 'provably unbreakable.' 'by what proof' '...' 'ah, but this mathematics is not in our wot.'

00:03:18 asciilifeform: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=15-11-2014#922690 << see also.

00:03:18 assbot: Logged on 15-11-2014 00:37:34; asciilifeform: let's pretend that it just happened to fall upon the earth.

00:03:31 asciilifeform: resolution of thoughtchain forks is not even close to a solved problem.

00:03:49 asciilifeform: it is not even clear that this is something you would actually ~want~ a 'solution' to

00:24:35 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 171075 @ 0.00052512 = 89.8349 BTC [-] {5}

00:39:50 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 20050 @ 0.00054445 = 10.9162 BTC [+] {2}

00:40:48 decimation: asciilifeform: indeed. it is an interesting point about the muslims, having to square the circle of islamic teaching forced them off the 'trunk' onto a backwards branchline

00:41:02 mircea_popescu: BingoBoingo http://dpaste.com/06F9WDH << original sauce.

00:41:04 assbot: dpaste: 06F9WDH ... ( http://bit.ly/1KENcIy )

00:42:03 BingoBoingo: ty

00:43:27 mircea_popescu: asciilifeform that math wot reduces to, having the right people to laugh at you.

00:43:36 decimation: I would also note that hardly anyone who builds on the mainline 'thought trunk' is aware of the fact that they are doing so

00:43:51 decimation: as in their ideas only look foundational in retrospect

00:44:31 mircea_popescu: <asciilifeform> (the cost is not apparent while the spoils of war - american tanks, ru/cn-contributed ammo, asian electronics - are plentiful. but try after!) << quite exactly this.

00:44:57 decimation: spoils of which war? usg occupation?

00:45:57 mircea_popescu: "that thing which the usg deems an occupation in the manner krill occupies a whale"

00:46:34 decimation: the krill could claim to compose nearly all of the wale

00:46:41 decimation: might even scheme to move the whale's path

00:47:24 mircea_popescu: <asciilifeform> resolution of thoughtchain forks is not even close to a solved problem. << the resolution per se is probably as you point out not even approachable as a problem, which is unsurprising seeing how it logically predates the notion of problem. nevertheless, the resolution of THE PROBLEM of thoughtchain forks is actually a very well understood thing.

00:47:36 mircea_popescu: i've been peppering ag3ntzero guy with exactly this for the past week

00:47:52 mircea_popescu: because i am so amused that someone could use the relatively advanced keyboard but not know how to do THAT.

00:48:54 mircea_popescu: decimation their branchline is in no sense backwards. it is currently the consensus of thinking people (alf said "ru", but really, i agree, everyone with any sense agrees, ru is no determinant) that they are in point of fact broadly correct,

00:49:15 mircea_popescu: just the fact that they enjoy a defacto monopoly on criticism makes YOU backward.

00:50:10 mircea_popescu: the sad result of post-war welfarism being that "the west" is now in this sad position where the brightest minds are in the heads of some unwashed horde somewhere in the mideast.

01:08:56 mircea_popescu: btw nice article BingoBoingo

01:09:08 BingoBoingo: thanks

01:15:47 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188136 << hm, this is an issue isn't it

01:15:47 assbot: Logged on 05-07-2015 11:18:09; punkman: on a related note, kinda annoying reading through logs and trying to read all those expired dpastes

01:20:25 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188211 << apparently

01:20:25 assbot: Logged on 05-07-2015 13:08:28; mats: pgpdump really needs a rewrite...

01:20:31 mircea_popescu: by now it's getting to be a safe assumption ;/

01:21:27 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188232 << is this a problem after syncing ?

01:21:27 assbot: Logged on 05-07-2015 14:50:21; asciilifeform: ;;later tell mircea_popescu node on dulap is still wedged. and apparently this is not a terribly good place for a node, phuctor gets i/o-starved and dies

01:23:18 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188251 << i can see this.

01:23:18 assbot: Logged on 05-07-2015 15:11:48; asciilifeform: in general principle: destroy backups (the morons often make this possible!), produce leaks from which there ~can be no recovery~, etc

01:23:43 mats: i haven't noticed any actual bugs, but its apparent the person who wrote the port literally just copied it over without using python idioms like factories

01:24:01 mircea_popescu: "you wanted to benefit from responsible disclosure protections, you should have been in the wot" "but at the time i made that decision it seemed a no brainer, why expend the effort" "right. this is why you die."

01:27:19 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188255 << i dunno that it's known as anything from there, but i'll point out to you that a) the only time this was ever successful was when the jews did it to hitler in the 30s. the cost was, a practical end to that ethnic group, because the jews calling themselves jewish today are not the central european hasids who were to jewry in 1920 what china is to asia today. they

01:27:19 assbot: Logged on 05-07-2015 15:17:05; asciilifeform: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188084 << this is known, from mr mold's articles, as the 'kick the dog till it bites then shoot it' algo

01:27:19 mircea_popescu: got practically some indonesians or somesuch. not even counting the significant costs to the helpers - the british empire ended up dismantled as a result, in a manner very much reminiscent of the "fetlife dmca's mp, and as a result some random dc in the us pays for mp's yacht".

01:27:26 mircea_popescu: and b) it has never worked since. never.

01:28:12 mircea_popescu: so to sum up : not usian but jewish ; not effectual generally but once ; not effectual at all but VERY expensive.

01:28:45 mircea_popescu: otherwise, the lefty "tactics" are purely sexual behaviours. if you examine it through the lens of "i am looking at an anal child", it's readily apparent they're seeking parental contact.

01:30:14 mircea_popescu: btw, jurov, did you want some pogos shipped ?

01:32:14 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188263 << this is true.

01:32:14 assbot: Logged on 05-07-2015 15:33:42; asciilifeform: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=04-07-2015#1187470 << what i was saying there bears repeating. if we had a fleet of pogos deployed, they would ~all~ be paperweights now. and for so long as we use the cpp turd, there can be no guarantee of this kind of thing not happening in the future.

01:32:42 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 38689 @ 0.00054986 = 21.2735 BTC [+] {2}

01:33:27 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188270 << they're as good as the entire us navy, which idem could not stop. so it makes sense, they're serving all the symbolic purpose that can be served, at the cost that can be borne.

01:33:27 assbot: Logged on 05-07-2015 15:58:04; mats: iirc usg has provided four frigates for naval defense, a pathetic number in any case that could not stop any mildly determined attempt to storm the island

01:34:05 mircea_popescu: as you say yourself lol. nm.

01:37:22 mircea_popescu: in other news, http://40.media.tumblr.com/bfc307fa93045657609cf07f10a3e124/tumblr_nodp2qkWTB1sjyuzzo1_1280.jpg

01:37:23 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1JIeZrg )

01:38:48 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 23400 @ 0.00054986 = 12.8667 BTC [+]

01:43:50 mircea_popescu: http://fraudsters.com/2015/mpif-fmpif-june-2015-statement/ << i kid you not , tangibles moved by 20.666 this month

01:43:51 assbot: MPIF (F.MPIF) June 2015 Statement on fraudsters - A blog by Mircea Popescu. ... ( http://bit.ly/1JIg7LE )

01:46:20 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188295 <<< he has a point. how else to think ?

01:46:20 assbot: Logged on 05-07-2015 16:30:55; ben_vulpes: you have the weirdest fetishes.

01:46:55 mircea_popescu: anyway, ima support this. brb.

01:49:59 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 10100 @ 0.00052461 = 5.2986 BTC [-]

01:52:01 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 9850 @ 0.00052461 = 5.1674 BTC [-]

01:53:02 mircea_popescu: http://fraudsters.com/2015/open-callgraph-for-therealbitcoin-in-svg-format/ << 1 btc.

01:53:03 assbot: [OPEN] Callgraph for therealbitcoin, in SVG format. on fraudsters - A blog by Mircea Popescu. ... ( http://bit.ly/1JIhNVn )

01:55:56 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188349 << maybe all it's getting are "orphans" :D

01:55:56 assbot: Logged on 05-07-2015 17:59:30; asciilifeform: also interestingly, it has 10 peers and no tx garbage scrolling in debug.log

02:00:39 scoopbot_revived: MPIF (F.MPIF) June 2015 Statement http://fraudsters.com/2015/mpif-fmpif-june-2015-statement/

02:08:55 scoopbot_revived: [OPEN] Callgraph for therealbitcoin, in SVG format. http://fraudsters.com/2015/open-callgraph-for-therealbitcoin-in-svg-format/

02:09:18 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 32250 @ 0.00053155 = 17.1425 BTC [+]

02:21:54 mats: https://twitter.com/hackingteam/status/617852091390935040

02:22:23 mats: HT does 'hax for hire' as USG subcontractor. lulz.

02:22:58 mats: half a tb of emails and code there.

02:23:32 mats: (they got pwned, if that wasn't clear)

02:23:36 mats: http://i.imgur.com/OMbfNB9.png

02:23:37 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1IDA8S0 )

02:24:55 mod6: <+mircea_popescu> http://fraudsters.com/2015/open-callgraph-for-therealbitcoin-in-svg-format/ << 1 btc. << fwiw I did try creating the callgraphs in doxygen with SVG format; the graphs looked ok, but the links were all broken etc. maybe someone else has a better way to solve this.

02:24:56 assbot: [OPEN] Callgraph for therealbitcoin, in SVG format. on fraudsters - A blog by Mircea Popescu. ... ( http://bit.ly/1IDAl7I )

02:27:15 mod6: ( & perhaps a different tool )

02:27:40 decimation: !up ag3nt_zer0

02:28:01 ag3nt_zer0: hey whats up decimation thanks

02:28:20 ag3nt_zer0: just looking at the log here and feeling stupid haha

02:28:54 decimation: critical self examination is the root of learning

02:30:29 ag3nt_zer0: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1188869 << well I am trying to grasp what is being talked about here and what I am missing

02:30:29 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 00:47:24; mircea_popescu: <asciilifeform> resolution of thoughtchain forks is not even close to a solved problem. << the resolution per se is probably as you point out not even approachable as a problem, which is unsurprising seeing how it logically predates the notion of problem. nevertheless, the resolution of THE PROBLEM of thoughtchain forks is actually a very well understood thing.

02:44:53 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 8300 @ 0.00052461 = 4.3543 BTC [-]

02:47:25 ag3nt_zer0: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1188871 << please excuse my obtuseness, but what is "THAT"? ability to resolve "THE PROBLEM" of a thoughtchain fork?

02:47:25 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 00:47:52; mircea_popescu: because i am so amused that someone could use the relatively advanced keyboard but not know how to do THAT.

02:58:06 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 20400 @ 0.00053137 = 10.8399 BTC [+] {2}

03:02:58 asciilifeform: mats, mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1188920 << gotta mirror this

03:02:58 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 02:22:58; mats: half a tb of emails and code there.

03:03:26 asciilifeform: in other news, Run Moar Winblowz!!!11!!

03:03:36 asciilifeform: esp usg subcontractorz plz.

03:04:19 asciilifeform: in yet other nyooz, still wedged at 363954.

03:04:39 mod6: 318k+

03:05:07 asciilifeform: note that 363954 is 1) past the nominal ph0rkpoint 2) on a public node

03:10:19 asciilifeform: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1188882 << see above

03:10:19 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 01:21:27; mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188232 << is this a problem after syncing ?

03:10:55 asciilifeform: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1188886 << the only reason i found it readable

03:10:55 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 01:23:43; mats: i haven't noticed any actual bugs, but its apparent the person who wrote the port literally just copied it over without using python idioms like factories

03:11:22 asciilifeform: fuck oopisms

03:11:55 asciilifeform: (oop systems which aren't clos (or possibly smalltalk's, and generally meta-object-able) are like btc securities exchanges which aren't mpex.)

03:12:16 asciilifeform: better to have nothing than a shit-wine hybrid barrel.

03:12:57 mats: you'll not enjoy reading the key server code then

03:13:06 asciilifeform: which ?

03:13:12 mats: mne

03:13:19 asciilifeform: can't be any worse than bitcoind

03:13:21 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 77300 @ 0.00052897 = 40.8894 BTC [-] {3}

03:13:21 mats: mine*

03:13:23 asciilifeform: (or could it)

03:14:34 asciilifeform: kakobrekla, anybody else: can we get a mirror of that half-megatonne of shit ?

03:14:38 mats: most complicated machinery is flask and a postgres wrapper

03:14:49 mats: you'll just have to find out

03:15:00 asciilifeform: mats: that's almost exactly a description of 'phuctor', l0l

03:15:23 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 39700 @ 0.00052059 = 20.6674 BTC [-] {3}

03:21:33 danielpbarron: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188450 << all urls are shortened to the same length which is 22 characters, leaving 118 left for the title plus a space to separate it from the url. very few titles are longer than this

03:21:33 assbot: Logged on 05-07-2015 20:06:46; williamdunne: danielpbarron: Twitter's URL shortening is unpredictable. Basically it just checks if it can fit in 140 characters pre-shortening and trims what won't

03:23:19 decimation: lol that Piketty guy is now a paid shill for greece: https://medium.com/@gavinschalliol/thomas-piketty-germany-has-never-repaid-7b5e7add6fff

03:23:20 assbot: Thomas Piketty: “Germany has never repaid.” — Medium ... ( http://bit.ly/1HGC7Ei )

03:23:45 decimation: "if you don't have a debt jubileee it's like you are shoveling jews into the furnace"

03:25:00 williamdunne: danielpbarron: Thanks, I'll fix it to take that into account tomorrow

03:32:20 asciilifeform: ;;later tell jurov http://www.gnu.org/software/global << interesting potential replacement for 'lxr'

03:32:21 assbot: GNU GLOBAL source code tagging system ... ( http://bit.ly/1NHxhXK )

03:32:21 gribble: The operation succeeded.

03:39:49 asciilifeform: mats et al: http://yosefk.com/blog/fun-with-ub-in-c-returning-uninitialized-floats.html

03:39:51 assbot: Fun with UB in C: returning uninitialized floats ... ( http://bit.ly/1HGDumw )

03:40:40 asciilifeform: 'The average C/C++ programmer's intuition says that uninitialized variables are fine as long as you don't depend on their values. A more experienced programmer probably suspects that uninitialized variables are fine as long as you don't access them. ... Well, it turns out that even if the caller does nothing at all with the return value ? ever... ... the program might bomb.'

03:42:49 mats: wat

03:44:52 asciilifeform: aha.

03:46:32 asciilifeform: http://www.brendangregg.com/FlameGraphs/cpuflamegraphs.html << interesting graphatron re: profiling

03:46:33 assbot: CPU Flame Graphs ... ( http://bit.ly/1NHyDS8 )

03:48:48 asciilifeform: ;;later tell mircea_popescu minor nitpick with article: 'bitcoin core' is what the gavinists call their turd. the traditional client is generally known as 'bitcoind'.

03:48:48 gribble: The operation succeeded.

03:49:17 asciilifeform: i don't give a flying fuck personally, but the terminology might sow some confusion among readership

03:54:01 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 3789 @ 0.00052781 = 1.9999 BTC [+]

03:56:03 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 50724 @ 0.00052781 = 26.7726 BTC [+]

03:57:23 asciilifeform: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1188874 << 'brightest' is not really the word

03:57:23 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 00:50:10; mircea_popescu: the sad result of post-war welfarism being that "the west" is now in this sad position where the brightest minds are in the heads of some unwashed horde somewhere in the mideast.

03:58:19 asciilifeform: nor are the 'desert horde' exempt from the radiation damage of welfarism. ferfuxxsake they're getting free tanks by the column !

03:58:41 asciilifeform: just think of the moral degeneration from ~that~

03:58:56 decimation: not to mention the generations of inbreeding

03:59:08 asciilifeform: eh, that one's survivable

03:59:10 asciilifeform: ask the hassids

03:59:29 decimation: nevertheless, isis is certainly where you would find someone who knows how to survive a shitstorm

03:59:29 asciilifeform: (though there is some debate as to whether it matters ~which~ type of cousin one fucks)

03:59:43 asciilifeform: depends what means 'survive' and 'shitstorm'

04:00:29 mats: iirc second cousins are safe

04:02:26 mats: asciilifeform: after some consultation with my betters, one had this to say: "I'm not sure you can blame that on undefined behavior, except insofar as a SIGFPE is just as valid as nasal demons and such at that point."

04:02:43 mats: "it is not a case of the compiler doing something crazy because of undefined behavior."

04:02:56 asciilifeform: mats: fact of the matter is, the machine behaves in a way which will probably surprise most readers.

04:03:08 asciilifeform: that is worth rubbing in peoples' faces.

04:03:14 mats: yes

04:03:19 asciilifeform: whether the compiler, the os, or satan is to blame - is secondary

04:04:06 asciilifeform: if the effect were not so brute, it would've made a good star in an 'underhanded c contest' entry.

04:06:16 asciilifeform: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1188872 << mistake to symlink 'the west is moribund' and 'la ilaha illa'llah Muhammadun rasul Allah' (tm) (r)

04:06:16 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 00:48:54; mircea_popescu: decimation their branchline is in no sense backwards. it is currently the consensus of thinking people (alf said "ru", but really, i agree, everyone with any sense agrees, ru is no determinant) that they are in point of fact broadly correct,

04:06:21 asciilifeform: very different items.

04:06:28 decimation: http://westhunt.wordpress.com/2015/07/03/inbreeding/

04:06:29 assbot: Inbreeding | West Hunter ... ( http://bit.ly/1NHAN4l )

04:07:16 decimation: asciilifeform: I've made those flamegraphs before, used 'perf' tool

04:07:19 decimation: it comes with kernel

04:07:32 asciilifeform: neat

04:07:49 decimation: but getting it to cough up full stacktraces is a pain in the ass

04:08:05 decimation: need libunwind, gdb configured correctly, etc

04:08:31 decimation: actually gdb isn't involved

04:09:04 asciilifeform: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1188887 << on top of this, the folks who informed 'amazon' and other usgtronic entities about the xen holes, etc. long before mortals were shown - are legitimate targets.

04:09:04 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 01:24:01; mircea_popescu: "you wanted to benefit from responsible disclosure protections, you should have been in the wot" "but at the time i made that decision it seemed a no brainer, why expend the effort" "right. this is why you die."

04:09:53 decimation: ironically usg uses the same formula for 'extending protection'

04:10:04 asciilifeform: i personally refuse to make any distinction between someone who wrote, e.g., 'heartbleed', into existence - and some other fella who ~knew of it and didn't tell me~

04:10:09 asciilifeform: they are exactly the same to me.

04:10:27 decimation: even if done by mistake?

04:10:43 asciilifeform: how am i to believe this?

04:11:11 asciilifeform: every devil, great and small, held up by his hindlegs over the fire will say exactly same thing: 'mistake'

04:11:17 decimation: true.

04:11:53 decimation: then again, who are the innocents using openssl to secure themselves?

04:12:11 asciilifeform: at any rate, the offenders for this last item are known, habitual, and loudly unrepentant.

04:13:25 asciilifeform: what next, we are to care about the 'innocents' 'securing themselves' with winblows?

04:13:43 asciilifeform: the hell they rot in is a strictly voluntary place

04:14:11 decimation: well, then why not congratulate, rather than roast, said devil?

04:14:54 asciilifeform: decimation: notice that 'winblows' now includes much of the unixlike world, in practice.

04:16:32 asciilifeform: what i'd like to see happen is for all the poor schmucks who report, e.g., a 'xen' 0day, to 'cert' et al, to understand that they are ~weaponsmithing for usg for free~

04:16:40 asciilifeform: at the very least, ought to charge

04:16:47 asciilifeform: if 'selling the rope with which to be hanged'

04:16:56 decimation: even microsoft needs a tcp/ip stack - reminds me of your blog post on 'the burden of supporting all the world'

04:17:24 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 12448 @ 0.00052781 = 6.5702 BTC [+]

04:19:36 decimation: asciilifeform: what gets my goat are the constant pleadings for money money and power to do 'cyber'

04:20:27 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 14700 @ 0.00054986 = 8.0829 BTC [+] {2}

04:22:15 asciilifeform: decimation: the process of crafting, concealing, and then digging up '0days' is extremely labour-intensive

04:22:35 asciilifeform: which also means that there is that much more to be embezzled via meta-armies of imaginary labourers

04:23:06 asciilifeform: just like an f-35 engine compressor made from monocrystalline shitanium with unobtainium alloy blades is far more lucrative than an ordinary steel one

04:23:37 asciilifeform: (because higher price tag + vapour delivery is far more lucrative than low + same vapour)

04:26:26 decimation: asciilifeform: this is why the ru military were able to make fighters that match nato's for orders of magnitude less cash

04:26:52 decimation: they only had to build planes, not employ zombies

04:27:30 decimation: or at least fewer, cheaper zombies

04:28:44 decimation: the supreme irony being that the story is that 'nato won' because of capitalist efficency

04:52:59 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 6049 @ 0.00053927 = 3.262 BTC [-]

04:55:15 mircea_popescu: <mats> HT does 'hax for hire' as USG subcontractor. lulz. << mmmyeah

04:55:28 mircea_popescu: mod6 yeah i know it should be doable.

04:55:45 mircea_popescu: maybne iof anyone feels like posting the link where doxygen / svg experts gather.

04:56:48 mircea_popescu: asciilifeform i am deliberately trampling that convention. fuck them.

04:58:04 mircea_popescu: <mats> you'll not enjoy reading the key server code then << im kinda curious how this thing will go down :D

04:58:32 mircea_popescu: asciilifeform it is not practical to keep tb sized backups on webservers. make a local copy, put on torrents.

04:58:37 mircea_popescu: im sure it's there anyway, but hey.

04:59:47 mircea_popescu: <asciilifeform> just think of the moral degeneration from ~that~ << those grapes aren't whine yet.

05:01:34 mircea_popescu: <asciilifeform> very different items. << sure.

05:03:12 ben_vulpes: jesus shit i blink and y'all crap out 400 lines?

05:03:22 mircea_popescu: don't look at me, it's all them.

05:03:55 mircea_popescu: an' with that, im off. have a great 5th of july erryone.

05:04:35 decimation: ben_vulpes: I switched to erc, have seen the light

05:04:54 ben_vulpes: decimation: lmk if you come up with an acceptable bouncer situation.

05:05:42 decimation: tmux?

05:06:06 ben_vulpes: sitrep: freshly provisioned server builds boost, bdb and openssl w/out a hitch, barfs on compiling bitcoind because lacking i b'leev integer retardation patch

05:06:25 ben_vulpes: decimation: running more than one emacs chafes.

05:06:25 decimation: what os?

05:06:34 decimation: yeah that does suck I agree

05:06:34 ben_vulpes: gentoo.

05:06:48 ben_vulpes: decimation: have you looked into mosh?

05:07:10 decimation: is that one of those client/server deals?

05:07:32 ben_vulpes: can't say as i can tell from your question.

05:08:03 decimation: bouncer server, remote clients?

05:08:07 ben_vulpes: but it does new up a udp thinger.

05:08:14 ben_vulpes: ah no, it's a tmuxalike

05:08:18 decimation: oh wait is that the supposed ssh replacement

05:08:21 ben_vulpes: but not a wm-wannabe

05:08:27 ben_vulpes: more liek an ssh-wannabe

05:08:36 ben_vulpes: mnno, not replacement

05:08:47 ben_vulpes: but very good tool for persistent terminals on remote hosts.

05:08:50 decimation: interesting

05:09:08 decimation: yeah I get what you mean about more than one emacs

05:09:12 ben_vulpes: good with high latency, network-hopping, all of the travails of diginomad life.

05:09:32 decimation: want to cut/paste arbitrary things in emacs

05:09:36 ben_vulpes: mhm

05:09:51 ben_vulpes: i ran both znc and weechat as bouncers for a while

05:09:53 ben_vulpes: shit was wack.

05:10:07 decimation: heh yeah I looked at the znc config as said 'fuck this shit'

05:10:42 ben_vulpes: oh you rejected it before you figured out that editing the config files while the thing waas running would fly it straight into the wall at 0.8 mach?

05:10:55 decimation: I just didn't trust it by the smell

05:11:12 ben_vulpes: i'm saying that my nose ain't that good yet

05:11:33 decimation: heh do a few cycles in the gentoo barrel

05:11:49 ben_vulpes: ;;later tell mircea_popescu an irc bouncer job advert wouldn't go amiss

05:11:49 gribble: The operation succeeded.

05:11:59 decimation: aye

05:12:06 decimation: or the gossipd thing

05:12:07 ben_vulpes: <cazalla> the irish have been flooding aussie shores for the past few years << ugh i met another ozzie today

05:12:26 ben_vulpes: decimation: re gossipd errything's gonna have to be reimplemented atop it

05:12:33 decimation: indeed

05:12:47 ben_vulpes: irc bouncer implementation's a good thing to have in the interim.

05:12:50 decimation: emacs-gossipd

05:13:01 ben_vulpes: "trivial", i'm sure

05:13:21 ben_vulpes: (emacs-gd, that is)

05:13:24 decimation: heh

05:13:32 ben_vulpes: elisp!

05:13:36 ben_vulpes: it's lisp, right?

05:13:37 ben_vulpes: RIGHT

05:13:55 decimation: heh. I'm not much of a lisp guy, but the ones I know aren't a fan of emacs lisp

05:14:02 ben_vulpes: <cazalla> the irish have been flooding aussie shores for the past few years << met another ozzie this wknd

05:14:23 ben_vulpes: still not a fan.

05:14:28 ben_vulpes: caz passes, no idea why.

05:14:50 ben_vulpes: decimation: it's p barbaric

05:14:59 ben_vulpes: "poor man's lisp machine"

05:15:15 ben_vulpes: look i'm just trying to make a mil or 5 over here

05:15:18 decimation: yeah, I've seen the screenshots for 'zmacs'

05:15:27 ben_vulpes: no time for reimplementing elisp or...emacs even.

05:15:41 decimation: one day I will fire up that symbolics emulator

05:15:43 ben_vulpes: although a barebones lisp editor is tempting.

05:16:12 decimation: yeah I think I'm going to play with phf's blockchain code he wrote in lisp as an education

05:16:15 ben_vulpes: <mircea_popescu> with a yo ho ho << and a bottle of fun!

05:16:22 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 6900 @ 0.00054986 = 3.794 BTC [+]

05:16:32 ben_vulpes: decimation: take a look at binary-types, per asciilifeform's suggestion

05:16:51 decimation: okay, will do

05:17:05 decimation: by the way my stator node is slow as balls, I"m not sure if it's my machine or the node

05:17:17 decimation: it's taken like 8 hours to go 10k blocks

05:17:22 ben_vulpes: whose seed?

05:17:33 decimation: some random one on mircea's list

05:17:50 ben_vulpes: so you're not sure if node code, machine host or seed.

05:18:08 decimation: aye

05:18:19 ben_vulpes: try herr popescus node or perhaps herr form's

05:18:34 decimation: yeah that's a good idea

05:18:48 ben_vulpes: testing this thing is a goddamn nightmare.

05:19:08 decimation: yes, you basically have to devote a fulll machine to it

05:19:16 ben_vulpes: mhm.

05:20:41 cazalla: ben_vulpes, so you base an entire nation on the few you've met.. gee get a load of this racist

05:21:28 decimation: he's gonna complain about australian shitposting now

05:21:33 ben_vulpes: hey i'm an empiricist what do you want

05:21:54 ben_vulpes: well for as long as nobody here uses shithouse.tv nothing here can be considered actual shitposting.

05:24:09 ben_vulpes: <williamdunne> cazalla: Comment deleted, just as I was about to make a witicism << witticism, like witty

05:25:13 cazalla: speaking of australia, our dollar is down to 5 year lows.. here's hoping it goes much lower http://i.imgur.com/FRus9l5.png

05:25:13 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1IZRjch )

05:25:46 ben_vulpes: may you stay long when it's good for you and go short when it's good for you, caz

05:25:53 decimation: that means chinamen can pay less for your ores

05:26:32 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 7550 @ 0.000548 = 4.1374 BTC [-]

05:28:03 ben_vulpes: <mircea_popescu> http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188136 << hm, this is an issue isn't it << srsly

05:28:03 assbot: Logged on 05-07-2015 11:18:09; punkman: on a related note, kinda annoying reading through logs and trying to read all those expired dpastes

05:29:12 decimation: Who do they think they are? snapchat?

05:29:29 *: decimation to bed

05:30:30 ben_vulpes: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/ << someone who knows, someone wh doesn't

05:30:31 assbot: #bitcoin-assets log ... ( http://bit.ly/1IZRHHP )

05:30:36 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 34238 @ 0.00054802 = 18.7631 BTC [+] {2}

05:33:05 ben_vulpes: <asciilifeform> (oop systems which aren't clos (or possibly smalltalk's, and generally meta-object-able) are like btc securities exchanges which aren't mpex.) << by virtue of living in the shit your whole life, you'll be able to read it.

05:35:37 ben_vulpes: <asciilifeform> (though there is some debate as to whether it matters ~which~ type of cousin one fucks) << generally just the girls

05:37:37 ben_vulpes: <asciilifeform> they are exactly the same to me. << and your own zero days?

05:37:44 ben_vulpes: where arse those?

05:41:18 ben_vulpes: <decimation> heh do a few cycles in the gentoo barrel << tomorrow mayhap. tonight, the canadians have interesting ingestibles.

05:41:36 ben_vulpes: night!

05:55:00 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 20050 @ 0.00053927 = 10.8124 BTC [-]

06:18:23 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 44333 @ 0.00053927 = 23.9075 BTC [-]

06:39:49 cazalla: well Yanis Varoufakis fell on his sword, back to valve to make more hats i guess

06:42:14 punkman: wait wut?

06:43:11 punkman: he got the "no" he wanted

06:43:21 punkman: guess the job doesn't pay well enough

06:47:52 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 6000 @ 0.00054101 = 3.2461 BTC [+]

06:56:16 BingoBoingo: https://slimgur.com/images/2015/07/06/175a29e69a614ab0a194d4bd3c1a5220.md.png << Related to the BIP process

06:56:19 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1H2uVi8 )

06:56:26 cazalla: http://yanisvaroufakis.eu/2015/07/06/minister-no-more/

06:56:27 assbot: Minister No More! | Yanis Varoufakis ... ( http://bit.ly/1H2uVPl )

07:10:21 punkman: "The Greek Premier Alexis Tsipras is suffering from Herpes Labialis due to the stress of the last days."

07:12:16 punkman: "I was running bitcoin core version 0.9 which accepted an invalid chain not adhering to the BIP66 protocol changes. This prompted me to upgrade immediately, however the new version is taking the already accepted blocks as already verified."

07:14:19 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 41200 @ 0.00053783 = 22.1586 BTC [-] {3}

07:25:28 BingoBoingo: punkman: Want to cover the latest stuff on the Greek beat?

07:26:05 cazalla: https://twitter.com/TSAmedia_LisaF/status/615866332530278400

07:26:33 jurov: <mircea_popescu> [20150706 01:30] btw, jurov, did you want some pogos shipped << yes davout offered but then went silent

07:27:12 punkman: BingoBoingo: was thinking of a "bailout timeline" thing after the dust settles

07:27:58 BingoBoingo: k

07:28:57 jurov: https://github.com/OpenGrok/OpenGrok/wiki/Comparison-with-Similar-Tools more lxr replacements, still does not even include doxygen

07:28:58 assbot: Comparison with Similar Tools · OpenGrok/OpenGrok Wiki · GitHub ... ( http://bit.ly/1giMvYK )

07:29:56 jurov: and call graph not mentioned, too

07:37:44 cazalla: going on holidays.. don't forget your smoke grenades https://twitter.com/TSAmedia_LisaF/status/529714501663608832

07:41:48 cazalla: with the amount of confiscated hand guns featured on this twitter account, how the fuck does it not make the news erry day or is it simply the case they run the story every 3 months to keep to fresh

07:42:53 jurov: !mpif

07:42:54 assbot: BtcAlpha.com F.MPIF Tracker estimated NAV per share: 0.00021447 B (Total: 426.11 B). Delta: 0.15 B. Last trade for F.MPIF on MPEX was at 0.000207 BTC [+]

07:43:11 jurov: !t m f.mpif

07:43:11 assbot: Your actions are useless.

07:46:50 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 33950 @ 0.00053248 = 18.0777 BTC [-] {4}

08:04:07 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 15050 @ 0.000528 = 7.9464 BTC [-]

08:07:25 jurov: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189087 << i have funded znc-otr development with *gasp* my own bitcoins

08:07:25 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 05:11:49; ben_vulpes: ;;later tell mircea_popescu an irc bouncer job advert wouldn't go amiss

08:08:42 jurov: and generally find whole znc thing palatable

08:14:28 jurov: !up rawplayer

08:15:18 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 59550 @ 0.000528 = 31.4424 BTC [-]

08:18:21 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 55400 @ 0.00054108 = 29.9758 BTC [+] {3}

08:30:33 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 15800 @ 0.00054464 = 8.6053 BTC [+] {2}

08:34:37 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 38300 @ 0.00055101 = 21.1037 BTC [+] {2}

08:36:10 jurov: !up Drhelmut

08:36:29 Drhelmut: hello

08:36:45 Drhelmut: thx jurov, too lazy to voice myself

08:36:59 jurov: !up hdbuck

09:01:03 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 20457 @ 0.00055282 = 11.309 BTC [+] {3}

09:17:56 kakobrekla: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1188958 < for blockchain or what ?

09:17:56 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 03:14:34; asciilifeform: kakobrekla, anybody else: can we get a mirror of that half-megatonne of shit ?

09:27:29 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 17315 @ 0.00053781 = 9.3122 BTC [-]

10:14:15 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 38389 @ 0.00053956 = 20.7132 BTC [+] {2}

10:20:21 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 33450 @ 0.00053244 = 17.8101 BTC [-]

10:24:25 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 12600 @ 0.00053694 = 6.7654 BTC [+]

10:26:27 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 65700 @ 0.00052437 = 34.4511 BTC [-] {5}

10:29:36 mircea_popescu: ben_vulpes how do you mean ?

10:33:34 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 88450 @ 0.00053608 = 47.4163 BTC [+] {4}

10:54:54 mats: i just wanna read the code to their tools tbh

11:07:08 kakobrekla: http://www.csoonline.com/article/2943968/data-breach/hacking-team-hacked-attackers-claim-400gb-in-dumped-data.html

11:07:10 assbot: Hacking Team hacked, attackers claim 400GB in dumped data | CSO Online ... ( http://bit.ly/1JIWWBo )

11:07:45 mircea_popescu: was in logs, alf wanted it mirrored.

11:09:35 jurov: anyonen has working torrent/magnet link?

11:09:41 jurov: i found one, it's stalling

11:09:51 jurov: or anyone downloaded it already?

11:15:52 *: mircea_popescu confesses to not having bothered.

11:15:55 mircea_popescu: is it gone nao ?

11:16:10 kakobrekla: what is gone?

11:16:32 mircea_popescu: the 400gb thing

11:17:00 *: kakobrekla still has no idea wtf the thing is

11:21:35 mircea_popescu: kakobrekla apparently a dump of emails and other things

11:21:58 jurov: most of googling leads to a 10M PDF which i'm loathing to touch

11:33:58 kakobrekla: if only id been awake

11:39:24 jurov: they waited until noone was on watch in #b-a

11:40:46 jurov: https://netzpolitik.org/2015/hacking-team-wird-zu-hacked-team-400-gb-interne-daten-von-ueberwachungssoftware-hersteller-veroeffentlicht/

11:40:47 assbot: Hacking Team wird zu Hacked Team: 400 GB interne Daten von Überwachungssoftware-Hersteller veröffentlicht | netzpolitik.org ... ( http://bit.ly/1J0fWpp )

11:41:09 jurov: but my deluge has serious problem digesting there linked torrent

11:41:19 jurov: gotta wait and see

11:42:42 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 14300 @ 0.00053741 = 7.685 BTC [+]

11:44:28 jurov: haha and vuze says "too large to be a torrent"

11:45:59 jurov: apparetly my pr0n toolchain of choice is insufficient for this task

11:46:42 mircea_popescu: heh

11:46:54 mircea_popescu: maybe you should give that 10mb pdf a second look :D

11:49:49 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 19800 @ 0.00054262 = 10.7439 BTC [+]

11:50:08 punkman: http://250bpm.com/blog:50

11:50:09 assbot: Finish your stuff - 250bpm ... ( http://bit.ly/1J0gwn5 )

11:52:28 kakobrekla: http://img.hihi.si/Upload/JPGc.png

11:52:29 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1LSfqjr )

11:54:12 jurov: kakobrekla: using "Ein Torrent"?

11:55:01 kakobrekla: fellows screenshot, from twitter mega torrent

12:00:00 mircea_popescu: danielpbarron http://dpaste.com/1NYN9VX kthx.

12:00:05 assbot: dpaste: 1NYN9VX ... ( http://bit.ly/1LSg3te )

12:05:04 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 44913 @ 0.00053179 = 23.8843 BTC [-] {2}

12:05:39 mircea_popescu: ok well since everyone thinks this so important ima have a machine contribute too, just fgor the seeding

12:06:05 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 4269 @ 0.00052534 = 2.2427 BTC [-]

12:07:05 kakobrekla: http://img.hihi.si/Upload/n3t4.png

12:07:06 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1J0hWha )

12:07:28 kakobrekla: useless.

12:08:34 punkman: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CJNmcVNUAAAiGZ2.png:large

12:08:35 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1J0i3ta )

12:08:53 punkman: Passw0rd!!

12:09:08 mircea_popescu: loller

12:09:38 williamdunne: I'll give it a seed

12:09:45 williamdunne: Anything interesting particularly yet?

12:09:58 mircea_popescu: The latest Tweets from Christian Pozzi (@christian_pozzi): "We are closing down. Bye Saudi Arabia. You paid us well. Allahuhakbah."

12:10:00 mircea_popescu: nothing much

12:10:31 williamdunne: kakobrekla: I particularly like that it includes their router password

12:14:53 williamdunne: Wonder if the source code is worth shit

12:15:59 mircea_popescu: not unless you get amir taaki to "open source" it.

12:16:19 punkman: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/07/05/the-women-who-secretly-keep-isis-running.html

12:16:21 assbot: The Women Who Secretly Keep ISIS Running - The Daily Beast ... ( http://bit.ly/1J0iHab )

12:16:52 mircea_popescu: sexual slavery eh.

12:17:10 williamdunne: Mmm struggling to find as much as a magnet link for this

12:20:19 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 63766 @ 0.00051937 = 33.1181 BTC [-] {4}

12:23:41 mircea_popescu: maybe magnet:?dn=Hacked+Team&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Fcoppersurfer.tk%3A6969%2Fannounce&xt=urn%3Abtih%3AKFQDX74I4CQ3HOWTSYTBJF4JFHE5E2KV ?

12:24:20 williamdunne: Awesome, thanks

12:25:17 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189127 << kinda the way it goes neh ? project this large, be happy if you can get away with just one machine.

12:25:17 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 05:19:08; decimation: yes, you basically have to devote a fulll machine to it

12:25:22 shinohai: @ jurov did u manage to get the torrent yet?

12:25:31 punkman: https://medium.com/@nweaver/extra-unofficial-xkeyscore-guide-b8513600ad24

12:25:32 assbot: Extra Unofficial XKEYSCORE Guide — Medium ... ( http://bit.ly/1LSif40 )

12:25:41 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189129 << i'm not getting a load off him, what, that's what he got a wife for.

12:25:41 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 05:20:41; cazalla: ben_vulpes, so you base an entire nation on the few you've met.. gee get a load of this racist

12:27:21 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189139 << ideally tho, dpaste is used for stuff like encrypted sends, in lieu of mail (which i love tbh, who knew irc + gpg obsoletes email!) or else for stuff like deedbotting. or generally, for spurious useless shit.

12:27:21 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 05:28:03; ben_vulpes: <mircea_popescu> http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188136 << hm, this is an issue isn't it << srsly

12:28:29 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189147 << honestly i'm kinda surprised usians even know what cousins ARE.

12:28:29 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 05:35:37; ben_vulpes: <asciilifeform> (though there is some debate as to whether it matters ~which~ type of cousin one fucks) << generally just the girls

12:29:22 mircea_popescu: "Yanis Varoufakis, Greece's embattled finance minister, has resigned his post,"

12:29:59 mircea_popescu: ah nm cazalla had it :p

12:32:13 mircea_popescu: "It is, therefore, essential that the great capital bestowed upon our government by the splendid NO vote be invested immediately into a YES to a proper resolution ? to an agreement that involves debt restructuring, less austerity, redistribution in favour of the needy, and real reforms."

12:32:18 mircea_popescu: eh fuck this guy. wtf is wrong with people.

12:32:41 mircea_popescu: real reforms = raping "the needy" with a pointed stick. it is morally wrong to be needy and full fucking stop.

12:33:32 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 64624 @ 0.00051488 = 33.2736 BTC [-] {2}

12:33:56 jurov: shinohai: yes, it works wrt rtorrent, 1% done

12:34:17 shinohai: Aweome jurov, that is a hefty dump for sure

12:34:36 mircea_popescu: curious if any qntrable articles come out of this.

12:35:15 jurov: will be in ~day

12:37:30 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189168 << danielpbarron plox send the man a dozen pogos an' me the shipping bill. jurov send him an address.

12:37:30 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 07:26:33; jurov: <mircea_popescu> [20150706 01:30] btw, jurov, did you want some pogos shipped << yes davout offered but then went silent

12:37:36 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 57200 @ 0.00051412 = 29.4077 BTC [-] {3}

12:38:57 jurov: if it's shipped from murica maybe it's better to disassemble them, mark as "parts" so that customs aren't tempted to "fix" the declared price

12:39:07 davout: o hey

12:39:24 davout: wasn't it only friday?

12:39:35 jurov: yes i immediately pm'd you never got a reply

12:39:56 *: shinohai is eagerly waiting on his pogo to arrive this week.

12:40:04 davout: i did take note, planning on sending them during the week

12:40:20 mircea_popescu: davout never mind, gotta send more into yurp anyway

12:40:28 mircea_popescu: keep yours, he's getting a fresh dozen

12:40:34 davout: whatever arbeitet

12:40:57 jurov: aha ok, thanks you all, send as many as you wish, i can forward them

12:41:09 mircea_popescu: jurov we see how this goes.

12:41:33 mircea_popescu: also you'll need ssds for 'em, best start collecting

12:44:43 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 181850 @ 0.00051204 = 93.1145 BTC [-] {5}

12:46:42 jurov: lol, collect ssds from scrap?

12:47:13 mircea_popescu: i dunno. whatever works. but you'll want a dozen ssds to run a dozen pogos.

12:47:49 davout: with a bit of luck you'll be at the other end of the classical reddit: "o, i dumped my hdd with over 9000 btc on it and now i'm shoveling through the landfill"

12:48:37 jurov: oh. i was not under impression that i'll be running them all. but 4-5 can be defo arranged

12:49:16 mircea_popescu: well whoever runs htem

12:49:29 mircea_popescu: davout wouldn't that be something :D

12:49:44 williamdunne: davout: That actually resulted in a small army of people shovelling through a landfill

13:05:03 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 25000 @ 0.00053558 = 13.3895 BTC [+]

13:06:04 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 22617 @ 0.00052932 = 11.9716 BTC [-]

13:06:08 shinohai: http://recode.net/2015/07/05/forget-bitcoin-what-is-the-blockchain-and-why-should-you-care/

13:06:09 assbot: Forget Bitcoin — What Is the Blockchain and Why Should You Care? | Re/code ... ( http://bit.ly/1HHgk1p )

13:06:12 shinohai: ^Etherum lol

13:11:09 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 18980 @ 0.00053793 = 10.2099 BTC [+] {2}

13:12:10 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 5970 @ 0.00054468 = 3.2517 BTC [+]

13:20:04 williamdunne: intheorium

13:20:39 williamdunne: intheoreum

13:28:16 shinohai: I like your name for it better williamdunne

13:29:59 punkman: http://www.cnbc.com/id/102810291

13:30:01 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1H4ZW40 )

13:30:09 punkman: "European Parliament president: Need to urgently discuss humanitarian aid for Greece"

13:30:27 punkman: food drops?

13:30:42 williamdunne: shinohai: Can't take all the credit.. http://intheoreum.org/

13:30:43 assbot: InTheoreum ... ( http://bit.ly/1H502bP )

13:30:50 williamdunne: punkman: New Africa

13:31:49 shinohai: > Bob controls a worldwide public record of all transactions and is provably arbitrary. We call this record, the Bobchain.

13:32:00 shinohai: lolz

13:32:30 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 35000 @ 0.00054893 = 19.2126 BTC [+] {2}

13:32:46 punkman: "The only limit on what you can do with Intheoreum is Bob himself. The Bobchain is nothing more than a man in a room maintaining the state of the intheoreum network with Number 2 Pencil technology."

13:35:37 williamdunne: Intheoreum 1.0 will uses a cutting edge client/server hybrid peer to peer model. Bob is simultaneously your slave and your master. Our testing phase is complete and the Bobchain is live.

13:35:37 williamdunne: Just ask Bob if you can use it today.

13:36:01 williamdunne: "As worldwide interest in the Intheorum network increases success may overwhelm Bob alone. Foreseeing this problem we are planning Inthereum 2.0 technology to incorporate JENNYCHAIN, TIMCHAIN, SALLYCHAIN technology."

13:36:15 williamdunne: "Powered in Theory"

13:40:38 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 114950 @ 0.00055498 = 63.795 BTC [+] {6}

13:46:23 mod6: haha

13:49:47 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 42250 @ 0.00055649 = 23.5117 BTC [+]

13:56:54 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 33500 @ 0.0005593 = 18.7366 BTC [+] {3}

14:10:07 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 9900 @ 0.00055956 = 5.5396 BTC [+] {2}

14:15:12 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 24151 @ 0.00055704 = 13.4531 BTC [-]

14:18:15 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 29050 @ 0.00055503 = 16.1236 BTC [-] {2}

14:20:45 asciilifeform: 364035

14:21:15 asciilifeform: and interestingly, a node '-connect'-ed to that one, is wedged at 363954 for 12+ hours now!

14:21:41 asciilifeform: these are running 100% identical 'stator'

14:22:23 punkman: asciilifeform: does it sit there doing nothing while wedged?

14:22:34 asciilifeform: punkman: no, megatonnes of tx garbage

14:23:00 mircea_popescu: in other news, http://36.media.tumblr.com/853da9c157c3a3129d72bdf4892949fb/tumblr_mttcnr7D0x1sjgtlbo1_1280.jpg

14:23:02 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1M7tYZv )

14:23:11 punkman: http://blog.modernmechanix.com/mags/ModernMechanix/5-1935/type_mask.jpg

14:23:12 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1M7tYst )

14:25:13 asciilifeform: seeing many thousands of 'ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool() : nonstandard transaction type' also.

14:25:55 asciilifeform: and also, as before, ERROR: CheckBlock() : block timestamp too far in the future ERROR: ProcessBlock() : CheckBlock FAILED

14:27:00 asciilifeform: this appears to be the proximate cause of the wedge

14:27:24 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 35168 @ 0.00055985 = 19.6888 BTC [+] {2}

14:30:56 pete_dushenski: is anyone actively typing up a eulogy for varoufakis ?

14:31:06 pete_dushenski: ^cazalla BingoBoingo punkman ?

14:31:17 pete_dushenski: if not, i'm there

14:31:26 punkman: go ahead

14:31:34 pete_dushenski: aite.

14:32:25 asciilifeform: ;;later tell mircea_popescu that box really hasn't sufficient i/o to comfortably house phuctor and node. but i presently haven't any other place to put a node.

14:32:25 gribble: The operation succeeded.

14:32:45 mircea_popescu: is it a disk issue ?

14:32:51 asciilifeform: almost certainly

14:34:28 asciilifeform: and is anyone else experiencing a wedged 0.5.x node of the precise kind i have ?

14:35:36 asciilifeform: because what i am seeing has every mark of an orchestrated attack against degavinated network, under the smoke cover of the ph0rk aftermath

14:36:16 asciilifeform: atm i don't have access to a usable bitcoin node at all!

14:37:54 asciilifeform: wtf does that thing even care about timestamps

14:38:22 *: asciilifeform bbl

14:42:14 williamdunne: asciilifeform: What marks would these be?

14:44:38 williamdunne: Hmmm....

14:44:39 williamdunne: https://www.coinbase.com/network

14:44:40 assbot: Bitcoin Network Stats - Coinbase ... ( http://bit.ly/1IEFuwm )

14:44:55 williamdunne: 0 Peers Connected

14:44:55 williamdunne: 17 available

14:49:46 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 9898 @ 0.00055425 = 5.486 BTC [-]

14:51:48 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 7600 @ 0.0005373 = 4.0835 BTC [-]

14:57:54 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 7750 @ 0.00054907 = 4.2553 BTC [+] {3}

14:58:45 scoopbot_revived: Eulora skills update http://fraudsters.com/2015/eulora-skills-update/

14:59:20 danielpbarron: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189283 << should I take them out of original packaging to save space? and jurov send me address whenever, encrypted with my key if you like

14:59:20 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 12:37:30; mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189168 << danielpbarron plox send the man a dozen pogos an' me the shipping bill. jurov send him an address.

15:03:24 mircea_popescu: danielpbarron ideally take them apart and send them as parts he says

15:03:27 mircea_popescu: but in any case yes.

15:03:54 mircea_popescu: asciilifeform of course, if phuctor is this starved for io, would it be a good idea to move that thing to ssd ? maybe even raid ?

15:04:06 danielpbarron: apart as in unscrew the plastic shell of each unit?

15:04:07 mircea_popescu: i always thought ram and cpu are the constraints there

15:04:24 mircea_popescu: i dunno what he meant o.O

15:08:35 shinohai: http://www.cbc.ca/news/trending/adult-preschool-charges-hipsters-to-take-naps-play-with-glitter-glue-1.3007745

15:08:35 assbot: 'Adult preschool' charges hipsters to take naps, play with glitter glue - Trending - CBC News ... ( http://bit.ly/1CWb4iY )

15:11:53 shinohai: I should be so clever as to come up with ideas like this, to relieve redditors of their monies.

15:16:03 mod6: haha

15:29:39 pete_dushenski: ;;later tell BingoBoingo qntsideration : http://dpaste.com/2MQJ46C.txt

15:29:40 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1fhaLKx )

15:29:40 gribble: The operation succeeded.

15:29:46 pete_dushenski: BingoBoingo: and nice fix :)

15:31:13 pete_dushenski: ;;later tell cazalla and yours ! http://dpaste.com/2FKAE48.txt

15:31:14 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1fhaVBN )

15:31:14 gribble: The operation succeeded.

15:31:40 pete_dushenski: and with that, ima sign off for nao. ciao !

15:39:35 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 3719 @ 0.00053775 = 1.9999 BTC [-]

15:50:34 mircea_popescu: ;;ticker

15:50:36 gribble: Bitfinex BTCUSD ticker | Best bid: 278.01, Best ask: 278.11, Bid-ask spread: 0.10000, Last trade: 278.13, 24 hour volume: 71997.83403132, 24 hour low: 262.2, 24 hour high: 278.69, 24 hour vwap: None

15:50:46 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 21718 @ 0.00053775 = 11.6789 BTC [-]

15:50:57 mircea_popescu: yeah, who needs vwap for anything.

15:50:59 mircea_popescu: sigh.

16:15:47 punkman: asciilifeform: wtf does that thing even care about timestamps << for adjusting difficulty

16:16:45 ben_vulpes: punkman: shouldn't that be a function of the number of blocks since the last difficulty adjustment?

16:18:07 kakobrekla: every 2016 blocks

16:18:13 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 20350 @ 0.00054389 = 11.0682 BTC [+] {2}

16:19:14 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 44400 @ 0.00054778 = 24.3214 BTC [+] {2}

16:19:59 jurov: ben_vulpes: yes it is, but also time elapsed

16:20:00 punkman: ben_vulpes: network needs to know how long it's been in human time since last retarget

16:20:02 kakobrekla: speed is a function of time and distance, so you need to know how much time has passed in the 2016 blocks, right?

16:30:05 *: ben_vulpes bows

16:36:24 punkman: https://mta.openssl.org/pipermail/openssl-announce/2015-July/000037.html

16:36:25 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1KH4AMW )

16:38:31 asciilifeform: !up ascii_field

16:38:33 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 11433 @ 0.00052855 = 6.0429 BTC [-] {2}

16:39:34 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 10632 @ 0.00052055 = 5.5345 BTC [-]

16:41:24 ascii_field: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189410 << arsebleed!

16:41:24 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 16:36:24; punkman: https://mta.openssl.org/pipermail/openssl-announce/2015-July/000037.html

16:42:06 ascii_field: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189407 << probably should've been more specific - why does it matter if timestamp is 'too far in future' ?

16:42:06 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 16:20:00; punkman: ben_vulpes: network needs to know how long it's been in human time since last retarget

16:43:03 ascii_field: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189377 << don't lose the steel plate that sits under the pcb - it's the only heatsink

16:43:03 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 15:03:24; mircea_popescu: danielpbarron ideally take them apart and send them as parts he says

16:43:51 ascii_field: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189379 << not sure if it's solely disk, or also net, as of this moment. and simply getting 2nd box may be more cost-effective.

16:43:51 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 15:03:54; mircea_popescu: asciilifeform of course, if phuctor is this starved for io, would it be a good idea to move that thing to ssd ? maybe even raid ?

16:44:47 punkman: ascii_field:rejects too far in the future because it wants to keep "network time" within some bounds

16:45:22 ascii_field: seems like logical thing to do would be to accept the block but not move the local epoch time if the block's time is an outlier ?

16:45:40 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 17900 @ 0.00051493 = 9.2172 BTC [-] {2}

16:46:43 punkman: ascii_field: not sure what you mean with "but not move the local epoch time"

16:47:14 *: ascii_field possibly needs caffeine

16:47:42 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 138856 @ 0.00054257 = 75.3391 BTC [+] {5}

16:49:29 punkman: relevant code: https://github.com/extempore/real-bitcoin/blob/6af2c99ad7cf02f95aa650262dea0057051f13cd/src/main.cpp#L1346 and https://github.com/extempore/real-bitcoin/blob/6af2c99ad7cf02f95aa650262dea0057051f13cd/src/util.cpp#L823

16:49:31 assbot: real-bitcoin/main.cpp at 6af2c99ad7cf02f95aa650262dea0057051f13cd · extempore/real-bitcoin · GitHub ... ( http://bit.ly/1KH6YmO )

16:49:33 assbot: real-bitcoin/util.cpp at 6af2c99ad7cf02f95aa650262dea0057051f13cd · extempore/real-bitcoin · GitHub ... ( http://bit.ly/1KH6YDd )

16:52:47 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 19500 @ 0.00055948 = 10.9099 BTC [+]

17:06:00 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 46700 @ 0.00056184 = 26.2379 BTC [+] {5}

17:06:12 ben_vulpes: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/06/science/colorados-push-against-teenage-pregnancies-is-a-startling-success.html << I don't know why the conservatives with all their hate for welfare programs aren't pro-free-contraception

17:06:16 assbot: Log In - The New York Times ... ( http://bit.ly/1KH9CsN )

17:06:24 ben_vulpes: excellent long term cost reduction strategy imho

17:17:49 asciilifeform: !up ascii_field

17:18:05 ascii_field: in other nyooz, my portable test node is synced.

17:22:25 mats: https://github.com/hackedteam/rcs-backdoor/blob/master/lib/rcs-backdoor/backdoor.rb#L180

17:22:26 assbot: rcs-backdoor/backdoor.rb at master · hackedteam/rcs-backdoor · GitHub ... ( http://bit.ly/1KHcmpO )

17:24:14 ascii_field: l0l!!

17:24:18 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 42346 @ 0.00056446 = 23.9026 BTC [+] {3}

17:24:20 ben_vulpes: mircea_popescu: what's your seeder IP again?

17:24:34 ascii_field: ben_vulpes: this one is behind a nat atm

17:24:38 ben_vulpes: aha.

17:24:45 ascii_field: the other one is at nosuchlabs.com

17:24:55 ascii_field: but wasn't synced last i saw

17:25:11 ascii_field: mats: see also http://log.bitcoin-assets.com//?date=06-07-2015#1189254

17:25:11 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 12:15:59; mircea_popescu: not unless you get amir taaki to "open source" it.

17:25:17 ascii_field: looks like ^ happened, aha

17:25:18 ben_vulpes: stuck on a particular block, or still syncing?

17:25:25 ascii_field: block

17:25:31 mats: ain't the net a grand place?

17:29:08 ascii_field: https://github.com/hackedteam/core-linux/blob/master/melter/src/main.c << debian rootkit ?

17:29:09 assbot: core-linux/main.c at master · hackedteam/core-linux · GitHub ... ( http://bit.ly/1KHdB8H )

17:29:37 ascii_field: https://github.com/hackedteam/core-linux/tree/master/melter/lib/packages << diddled ssl ?

17:29:39 assbot: core-linux/melter/lib/packages at master · hackedteam/core-linux · GitHub ... ( http://bit.ly/1KHdEkS )

17:29:42 ascii_field: too many lulz

17:30:12 ben_vulpes: ascii_field: do cli flags get auto-munged into bitcoin.conf flags?

17:30:30 ascii_field: https://github.com/hackedteam/GeoTrust << sign yer driverz!

17:30:32 assbot: hackedteam/GeoTrust · GitHub ... ( http://bit.ly/1KHdKc0 )

17:30:36 ascii_field: ben_vulpes: whaddayamean

17:30:58 ben_vulpes: take your myip flag - is that automagically a .conf file option as well?

17:31:16 ascii_field: ben_vulpes: iirc

17:31:17 ascii_field: try

17:31:38 ben_vulpes: will

17:31:53 ascii_field: gotta love how the morons had their private keys thrown to the wind

17:35:11 ascii_field: gotta also love the clean, well-commented (italian!) cpp

17:35:14 trinque: good morning all

17:35:20 ascii_field: not some sp4mz0r, just a normal software co.

17:35:25 ascii_field: they just happen to write turdware for usg.

17:37:06 ben_vulpes: stator syncing

17:37:15 *: ben_vulpes is late to the party. again.

17:37:21 trinque: anyone know offhand if armv5tel-softfloat is the appropriate arch for pogo?

17:37:26 ben_vulpes: but perhaps fashionably so?

17:37:31 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 61022 @ 0.00056481 = 34.4658 BTC [+] {3}

17:37:52 trinque: if not, we'll find out I suppose shortly

17:38:06 ben_vulpes: does anyone know at a high level how nginx does the "swap binary while running" trick?

17:38:20 ben_vulpes: trinque: is that info missing from asciilifeform's post to the ml?

17:38:25 ben_vulpes: "pogotronic" iirc

17:38:30 *: ben_vulpes to mu

17:38:32 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 113316 @ 0.00056775 = 64.3352 BTC [+] {6}

17:38:40 trinque: ben_vulpes: oh I can look, just poking your caches first

17:38:56 trinque: I tried building stator with arm-linux-gnueabi and it segfaults on the pogo

17:39:01 trinque: *cross-compiling, that is

17:39:20 trinque: trying to get some repeatable builds going for arm

17:39:26 ben_vulpes: neato

17:39:28 ben_vulpes: ty

17:39:51 ascii_field: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189474 << yes

17:39:51 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 17:37:21; trinque: anyone know offhand if armv5tel-softfloat is the appropriate arch for pogo?

17:39:56 trinque: ty

17:39:57 ascii_field: this is in 'portatronic'

17:40:23 ascii_field: the buildroot gives you the complete toolchain you need, independently from that of the box you're on

17:40:28 ascii_field: i recommend using that

17:41:14 trinque: k

17:41:27 ascii_field: gotta be little-endian armv5

17:41:32 ascii_field: or will barf spectacularly

17:42:17 ascii_field: (for the exact instruction set supported, see the marvell datasheet posted ~6 mo. ago.)

17:43:30 ben_vulpes: http://wiki.nginx.org/CommandLine#Upgrading_To_a_New_Binary_On_The_Fly

17:43:31 assbot: CommandLine - Nginx Community ... ( http://bit.ly/1KHg4Qh )

17:43:37 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 84900 @ 0.0005698 = 48.376 BTC [+] {2}

17:46:48 ascii_field: https://github.com/hackedteam/vector-ipa/tree/master/src << quality wifi mitm-er

17:46:49 assbot: vector-ipa/src at master · hackedteam/vector-ipa · GitHub ... ( http://bit.ly/1KHgGpk )

18:02:56 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 28100 @ 0.00056706 = 15.9344 BTC [-]

18:08:55 asciilifeform: !up ascii_field

18:09:34 ascii_field: anyone who sees a 'martian' version number from nosuchlabs public node, please don't be alarmed. running an experiment today, to determine whether we are being corralled by gavinists using advertised version constant

18:16:15 ben_vulpes: mircea_popescu: if you liked clements tall tales, you might get a kick out of Glynn-Ward's "Glamour of British Columbia"

18:16:23 ascii_field: http://sourceforge.net/p/bitcoin/mailman/message/28440452/ << interesting

18:16:24 assbot: Bitcoin / Mailing Lists ... ( http://bit.ly/1M83QNX )

18:16:38 ascii_field: ^ re: block timestamping

18:18:55 ben_vulpes: "The English come out and travel through, knowing all about everything beforehand, as the English always do; and, having set standards, they compare the Fraser to the Thames (former too wide) and the Selkirks to the Cotswolds (former too high). They get out to spend a day or so at Lake Louise or Jasper, then get into the train again and stay there till they reach Vancouver. Then they go back to England and give vague lectures in town

18:18:55 ben_vulpes: halls, about "great open spaces" and "the need for a population." But they know nothing of the real British Columbia.

18:19:21 ascii_field: so i'm nearly certain that the timestamp ~2h epoch time window is the reason for wedged 0.5.x nodes, at this point

18:19:40 ben_vulpes: The Americans come, with plenty of money, and stay at the much-advertised hotels, gulping down the Rockies in predigested doses, thenrace through in a Pullman car to the next big hotel on the coast. And how can they know anything of the province?

18:19:50 kakobrekla: >but I can't fake the hashing power it needs to

18:19:51 kakobrekla: generate one year's worth of hashes. < isnt this one year actually 10 min ?

18:20:22 ben_vulpes: The little Jap who, laughing up and down his sleeve goes cheerfully about his business in a gas-boat up the coast, or picks out the best small-fruit land in the country; the ubiquitous Chinaman, steadily cornering all the loose cash in the land -- of a surety these two know more of British Columbia than most white men!

18:20:33 ascii_field: kakobrekla: ^ if there were no record of the early blocks - then yes

18:21:17 ben_vulpes: ascii_field: fascinating! what gears are failing to mesh here?

18:22:25 kakobrekla: >you won't gain much by lying to your peers since your block won't be

18:22:26 kakobrekla: accepted < like miners care

18:22:32 kakobrekla: bah fuckin line breaks

18:23:16 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 20200 @ 0.00056597 = 11.4326 BTC [-] {2}

18:24:00 ben_vulpes: Story has it that he returned to Hazelton, once, after a trip up the Telegraph Trail, and there he found out that he had missed the farthest cabin of all, over two hundred miles away, and there were two men up there left without supplies for the winter. Either the Government had not made the tale of the cabins clear or C. B. himself had miscalculated. However that may have been, the plain fact remained that these two men had to be

18:24:00 ben_vulpes: supplied -- and it was getting late in the autumn.

18:25:03 ben_vulpes: So C. B. at once set off north again witha pack-train of sixty-eight horses. He had no very great hope of being able to make his destination before the hard weather came on, but he traveled with all the speed possible, to get over the worst places on the trail before ths first snow fell. But as ill-luck would have it, it began to snow one night just as he came to the rock ledges where the going was bad at the best of times. It snowed

18:25:03 ben_vulpes: all next day and the following night without any let-up.

18:25:50 ben_vulpes: Every now and then a horse would miss its footing and go over, sometimes into the rushing river below, to be lost forever. Then it froze, and the going was hopeless. One by one the horses slipped and went down until it was impossible to go onward. C. B. shrugged his shoulders and altered his plans.

18:25:59 ben_vulpes: <photo>

18:26:39 ben_vulpes: Those supplies had to be delivered to the men patiently waiting for them at the far end of the trail, So he cached the supplies, hoiseted as many carcases of the dead horses as possible into trees where the wolves could not get them, and went all the way back to Hazelton to get dog-teams.

18:26:50 ascii_field: ben_vulpes: ???

18:27:55 ben_vulpes: (almost done, ascii_field)

18:28:21 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 7541 @ 0.00055906 = 4.2159 BTC [-] {2}

18:28:33 punkman: ascii_field: see also http://culubas.blogspot.gr/2011/05/timejacking-bitcoin_802.html

18:28:34 assbot: culubas: Timejacking & Bitcoin ... ( http://bit.ly/1JJPzK3 )

18:28:34 ben_vulpes: Again he started out, this time with a hundred and twenty-eight dogs, and when he came to the place where he had turned back, he was able to feed the dogs on dead horse-meat, and so get through to the cabin where to two men were waiting. But on the return trip, the going was heavy and slow and he found that the worlves had reached the cache of horse-meat and finished it up, so the dogs were short of food and though he killed one after

18:28:35 ben_vulpes: another to feed the rest, they weakend and died on the trail.

18:29:04 ben_vulpes: So it was that C. B. returned to Hazelton afoot, limping into the hotel one snowy night in midwinter, "broke to the wide", but otherwise unconcerned.

18:29:16 ben_vulpes: "Oh, well, I had the contract, and I had to fill it!" And that was all he said.

18:29:56 ben_vulpes: ^^ the wot at work. ridiculous numbers aside, we tell stories of heroic deeds performed in service of the papers we sign.

18:30:13 ben_vulpes: ;;later tell pete_dushenski whaddaya know about this glynn-ward character?

18:30:13 gribble: The operation succeeded.

18:30:23 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 33103 @ 0.00055826 = 18.4801 BTC [-]

18:36:04 hdbuck: hello mircea_popescu, just passing by to say thx for the rating

18:36:32 ben_vulpes: ascii_field: are blocks from headers-only miners coming out with timestamps too far in the future?

18:36:36 jurov: ben_vulpes: nginx prolly just exec()s itself

18:36:54 ascii_field: ben_vulpes: i do not yet know the answer to this

18:37:29 ben_vulpes: jurov: there's a bit more than that. did you read my subsequent link?

18:37:39 ben_vulpes: there's a whole sig* song and dance.

18:38:31 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 3397 @ 0.00055339 = 1.8799 BTC [-]

18:40:09 asciilifeform: !up ascii_field

18:40:17 ascii_field: ;;later tell mircea_popescu turns out it was the epoch time

18:40:18 gribble: The operation succeeded.

18:41:47 ascii_field: in other news, give my regards to http://dreyfus.umiacs.umd.edu

18:41:48 assbot: dreyfus.umiacs.umd.edu ... ( http://bit.ly/1M88g7G )

18:41:50 ben_vulpes: ascii_field: how'd you run it down?

18:42:19 ascii_field: ben_vulpes: moved it by hand

18:42:28 ascii_field: this is a rather worrisome discovery

18:42:37 ben_vulpes: "it" << specifically?

18:42:51 ascii_field: (not the umd box. though betcha it belongs to the umd scamlab)

18:42:53 ascii_field: the epoch thing

18:43:09 ben_vulpes: https://github.com/extempore/real-bitcoin/blob/6af2c99ad7cf02f95aa650262dea0057051f13cd/src/main.cpp#L1347 << this?

18:43:10 assbot: real-bitcoin/main.cpp at 6af2c99ad7cf02f95aa650262dea0057051f13cd · extempore/real-bitcoin · GitHub ... ( http://bit.ly/1M88uLT )

18:43:26 ascii_field: aha

18:43:51 ben_vulpes: is this a direct result of headers only mining?

18:44:41 ascii_field: i had the box set to my local time instead of gmt

18:44:51 ben_vulpes: awut

18:45:09 ascii_field: but what this means is that no, the thing won't correct for clock offset

18:45:13 ascii_field: it will just silently cough blood

18:45:31 ben_vulpes: blee. so block validation relies on some absolute coordinated time?

18:45:44 ben_vulpes: jesus shit. we'll have to run our own ntp cluster next.

18:45:54 mircea_popescu: myeap.

18:45:55 ascii_field: if |your_epoch - block_epoch| > 2hour then lose

18:46:06 mircea_popescu: ascii_field i could have told you that

18:46:10 mircea_popescu: sadly, was eating.

18:46:22 ben_vulpes: node has been wedged for more than a lunch iirc

18:46:26 ascii_field: i knew the basic fact of. but given as the box displayed correct wall time, did not think of it

18:46:38 ascii_field: had to check by hand

18:46:39 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 46050 @ 0.00055682 = 25.6416 BTC [+] {2}

18:46:49 ascii_field: date +%s

18:47:04 ascii_field: amazing that it ever worked

18:47:04 assbot: AMAZING COMPANY!

18:47:38 kakobrekla: 'your_epoch' is 'network-adjusted time' isnt it

18:47:53 ascii_field: kakobrekla: theoretically, epoch time is 'one for all of us, like victory'

18:47:59 ascii_field: normally gmt.

18:48:09 kakobrekla: >A timestamp is accepted as valid if it is greater than the median timestamp of previous 11 blocks, and less than the network-adjusted time + 2 hours. "Network-adjusted time" is the median of the timestamps returned by all nodes connected to you.

18:48:18 kakobrekla: this suggests otherwise ?

18:48:21 ascii_field: but since i refuse to run ntp on the box, i ended up setting date manually when i was given it

18:48:26 ascii_field: and this, turns out, moved epoch time!

18:48:30 ascii_field: instead of merely moving offset

18:48:33 ben_vulpes: blee

18:49:17 mircea_popescu: ascii_field i have nfi why unixtime "locales" are implemented so braindamagedly anyway. all machines should have the same exact integer for time. then if you wish to localize it, localize it on top of that

18:49:28 ascii_field: also i verified that if version constant is set to 99999, https://getaddr.bitnodes.io agrees to see the node. unless someone gives a fuck, i will set it back to 0.5.4-beta later today

18:49:29 assbot: Global Bitcoin nodes distribution - Bitnodes ... ( http://bit.ly/1M89Bet )

18:49:33 mircea_popescu: how the fuck we ended up with this situation where diff machiens have unequal times is beyond me

18:49:58 ascii_field: mircea_popescu: it was intended to work as you stated above

18:50:04 mircea_popescu: i know.

18:50:47 ben_vulpes: <ascii_field> also i verified that if version constant is set to 99999, https://getaddr.bitnodes.io agrees to see the node. unless someone gives a fuck, i will set it back to 0.5.4-beta later today << eeeheuhe

18:50:48 assbot: Global Bitcoin nodes distribution - Bitnodes ... ( http://bit.ly/1M89Bet )

18:50:57 ben_vulpes: i actually think setting version to $maxint is a pretty great idea.

18:51:15 mircea_popescu: it really makes very little difference

18:51:15 ben_vulpes: why advertise version instead of just responding to network messages?

18:51:22 mircea_popescu: if you mined and set the block version to maxint it might.

18:52:03 ben_vulpes: mircea_popescu: it doesn't make a practical difference, but it pins a pointless magic variable at its "infinity" value, in the zero, one infinity mapping.

18:52:11 ascii_field: ben_vulpes: i brought up this point before. asked mircea_popescu why we insist on making it so easy for gavinists to wall off our net from the rubes. iirc mircea_popescu said 'fuck them all'

18:52:52 ben_vulpes: imho there are 3 things to be done

18:53:01 ben_vulpes: 1 be "honest" advertise some "version"

18:53:17 ben_vulpes: 2 be stealthy, advertise whatever "version" is "current" with the shitgnomes

18:53:36 ben_vulpes: 3 say "fu this shit is wrong and stupid", set version to $maxint

18:53:52 *: ascii_field favours 3 and stated this some time ago

18:54:02 ben_vulpes: i'm coming around.

18:54:25 ben_vulpes: perhaps should be configgable for stealth in production.

18:54:35 ben_vulpes: trivial patch to apply for anyone who's vested.

18:54:39 kakobrekla: i dont see how maxint is better than '0' except for the pride parade

18:54:46 ascii_field: they could still attempt to filter, but it would have to be an open declaration of war. something the gavinists are rather averse to

18:55:14 ben_vulpes: kakobrekla: there's logic in even the RI codebase that does derpy shit if version numbers are below some critical value.

18:55:35 ascii_field: aha

18:55:55 ben_vulpes: ergo we can only ratchet forward. like evolution.

18:55:56 kakobrekla: wait , and you want this to remain in?

18:56:10 ben_vulpes: it is *live on the network*

18:56:12 ascii_field: kakobrekla: which 'this' ?

18:56:13 ben_vulpes: has nothing to do with our codebase.

18:56:45 kakobrekla: ascii_field special low version logic

18:56:52 ascii_field: kakobrekla: fact is, if one of our nodes says 'ver 0', everyone it connects to will throw turds in its face

18:56:54 kakobrekla: it doesnt make sense to even use that

18:57:02 ascii_field: kakobrekla: ~other people~ use it

18:57:04 ben_vulpes: hehe turds

18:57:12 kakobrekla: we care for other people now ?

18:57:20 trinque: the thing's a network after all...

18:57:25 ascii_field: kakobrekla: when we move to alpha centauri with own miners - we can stop

18:57:43 ben_vulpes: ascii_field: actually this bears testing too.

18:57:50 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 27294 @ 0.00054821 = 14.9628 BTC [-] {2}

18:58:01 ben_vulpes: "does a node with version == 0 fail to sync?"

18:58:24 *: ben_vulpes can barf up this patch sometime this week if not beaten to punch

18:58:35 ben_vulpes: configgable patch, that is.

18:58:49 ben_vulpes: because recompiling bitcoin to set its version number is fucking retarded.

18:58:51 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 23256 @ 0.00052653 = 12.245 BTC [-]

18:59:03 *: ben_vulpes also suspects that alf is holding this patch in abeyance

18:59:04 kakobrekla: also try empty value while you are at it

18:59:13 *: jurov votes for ver. num. 1337

18:59:19 trinque: heh!

18:59:28 ben_vulpes: 8007135

18:59:36 ben_vulpes: 8008135

18:59:50 ascii_field: when we get own planet, with own miners, then - all the solipsism you like

19:00:02 ascii_field: until then, we get wedged nodes and other joys

19:00:13 ben_vulpes: wait, wedge is related to version number?

19:00:25 ascii_field: ben_vulpes: speaking here of block ver constant

19:00:42 ascii_field: the other one appears to only affect 'phone books', which i'm not even certain matter

19:00:57 ascii_field: (other than the low ver. corner cases mentioned earlier)

19:01:12 kakobrekla: eh block ver doesnt not even matter until you can produce a block

19:02:13 ascii_field: the epoch thing is a more pressing matter

19:02:18 ascii_field: POGO HAS NO RTC CLOCK

19:02:22 ascii_field: ^^^^

19:02:55 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 25700 @ 0.00052595 = 13.5169 BTC [-] {2}

19:03:00 ben_vulpes: myeah i'm troubled.

19:03:56 punkman: pogo can use something like https://github.com/ioerror/tlsdate

19:03:57 assbot: ioerror/tlsdate · GitHub ... ( http://bit.ly/1M8cf44 )

19:04:17 punkman: or regular ntp

19:04:20 ascii_field: punkman: ssl ? no thx

19:04:41 ascii_field: not to mention that ANY AND ALL hardcoded addrs ~will~ be targets

19:04:46 ben_vulpes: ascii_field:and why no ntp?

19:04:48 ascii_field: every bit as bad as ntp

19:04:52 ascii_field: ben_vulpes: because 100% usg

19:05:07 ascii_field: hitler literally has a button that can set it to whatever.

19:05:12 trinque: could you use the same sort of logic ntpd does against block timestamps?

19:05:34 ascii_field: trinque: ~which~ blocks

19:05:42 ascii_field: any and all turds that claim to be blocks ?

19:05:53 ascii_field: this is a catch-22, realize

19:05:57 trinque: seems you'd have to trust at least one node

19:05:58 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 16854 @ 0.00053798 = 9.0671 BTC [+]

19:06:00 trinque: yeah I do

19:06:10 ascii_field: part of block validation is 'is the timestamp <2h from now'

19:06:17 ascii_field: as discussed earlier in this thread

19:06:48 punkman: "[OPEN] Reimplement NTP"

19:06:58 kakobrekla: but time now is also determined by your peers

19:06:58 ben_vulpes: hyu

19:07:03 ascii_field: ^ without centralization

19:07:14 ascii_field: this is, incidentally, a much harder problem than the invention of bitcoin

19:10:00 punkman: "Revenue from new accounts : 0 BTC" oh noes

19:10:06 punkman: is this a first?

19:10:49 ascii_field: perhaps the day finally came when everyone who could ever afford it - has bought

19:11:16 punkman: !up ascii_field

19:11:24 trinque: so there's "network adjusted time" right?

19:11:32 trinque: that's already just the median time of the peers you know

19:11:45 ascii_field: trinque: realize that this can be manipulated by the enemy

19:11:49 ascii_field: to be whatever the fuck he wants

19:11:55 ascii_field: just by sybiling your node

19:12:07 trinque: sure

19:12:21 trinque: I don't see a way of getting the time that *doesn't* suffer from that

19:12:37 ascii_field: there ~is~ the way of having a working clock

19:12:39 trinque: aside from having been set by me, using my cesium clock, then running on battery with an RTC thereafter

19:12:40 ascii_field: but we don't have one.

19:12:44 trinque: yeah

19:12:58 ascii_field: even a $1 rtc chip, the kind found on old pc mobos, would suffice

19:13:02 ascii_field: but we don't have even this.

19:13:34 trinque: ascii_field: does not seem there's any sense in continuing on trying to do something distributed without an rtc

19:13:57 ascii_field: trinque: realize that without pogo, you're paying literally 10+ TIMES more per node.

19:14:41 ascii_field: the only solution i can presently think of is a variant of ntp over gossipd.

19:14:53 ascii_field: that, or external physical rtc.

19:16:17 punkman: solder rtc to serial interface?

19:16:28 ascii_field: punkman: who wants to do this? you ?

19:16:33 ascii_field: go, solder.

19:16:39 trinque: surely there's a tiny USB rtc

19:16:41 *: trinque is googling

19:16:49 ascii_field: trinque: yes. costs about what the pogo does

19:17:00 trinque: that's less than 10x

19:17:08 ascii_field: 'measely' 2x

19:21:13 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 26700 @ 0.00056838 = 15.1757 BTC [+] {2}

19:23:38 jurov: have we fixed the peer selection? if peers are to be configured manually, they are trustworthy enough to fetch time from, no?

19:24:16 trinque: jurov: that was my thought.

19:25:33 trinque: but then I suppose that suffers from attacks against the routing involved to get to that IP

19:25:55 trinque: hence gossipd

19:26:23 trinque: incidentally I have found tinc to be rather fucking nice for p2p networking

19:26:48 jurov: okay, but line must be drawn somewhere

19:27:20 jurov: i can't imagine what would have to be done if you expect your own pipe to be utterly hostile

19:27:24 trinque: I dunno any additional complexity is "cheaper" than the extra 25 bucks or w/e for the clock

19:27:32 ascii_field: jurov: realize that, at the moment, we do not have separate code for servicing peers you added manually vs ones dredged up from the seedlist

19:28:39 ascii_field: and yes, i expect the pipe to be maximally hostile

19:29:16 ascii_field: but more than anything, i expect that any centralized points of failure ~will~ be usgized

19:30:22 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 51977 @ 0.00056989 = 29.6212 BTC [+] {5}

19:31:04 trinque: this tlsdate thing is hilarious

19:31:28 ascii_field: trinque: aha, just when i thought that nothing could be more retarded than ntp

19:32:45 trinque: there's a github repo out there for everything

19:32:49 *: trinque finds lunch

19:33:03 ascii_field: the time problem has to be solved

19:33:08 ascii_field: WITHOUT doing retarded things

19:33:15 trinque: so you don't like the outboard rtc?

19:33:20 ascii_field: no.

19:33:22 punkman: the parasitic timestamp fetching is not a bad idea though

19:33:23 ascii_field: because - again - cost

19:33:32 ascii_field: punkman: again, no

19:33:36 ascii_field: every bit as bad as ntp!

19:33:39 ascii_field: uses servers!

19:33:41 trinque: $50 does not seem prohibitive, but k

19:33:51 ascii_field: trinque: 50 is almost TRIPLE the cost of a pogo

19:34:05 trinque: was going off "double" and including pogo

19:34:15 trinque: but in either case

19:34:21 ascii_field: a solution that HALVES our fleet is ispo facto retarded!

19:34:30 ascii_field: picture an admiral agreeing to lose 'only half' of his fleet

19:34:37 trinque: sure sure

19:34:51 trinque: but actual cost of a vessel is not yet determined

19:34:52 punkman: what fleet

19:35:00 trinque: maybe without the rtc it's a leaky boat

19:35:19 trinque: but anyhow, could be retarded, sure

19:35:48 *: trinque will ponder the mysteries of pogotime over food matter

19:35:57 ascii_field: even if the thing had a battery-backed otc, there would remain the question of how to set it

19:36:15 ascii_field: but it doesn't.

19:36:28 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 53197 @ 0.00057204 = 30.4308 BTC [+] {3}

19:37:15 ascii_field: i am reaching the conclusion that: to the extent bitcoin relies on political time AT ALL, it is broken.

19:37:27 ben_vulpes: ascii_field:-connect means "ultimately trusted".

19:37:29 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 11650 @ 0.00055261 = 6.4379 BTC [-]

19:37:43 ascii_field: ben_vulpes: there wouldn't be any '-connect' on pogo net

19:37:51 ascii_field: given that it turns your node into a boat anchor

19:37:58 ascii_field: (no one can connect to it)

19:38:36 ascii_field: it'd have to warm up with a few 'addnode's pointing to working boxes, to run at all, yes

19:38:55 ascii_field: but given as the protocol has no authentication, these could vomit forth literally anything

19:39:57 ben_vulpes: i'm beginning to suspect that booting bitcoin nodes cannot be automated in the same way that diddling one's gpg cannot be automated.

19:40:24 kakobrekla: <ascii_field> trinque: 50 is almost TRIPLE the cost of a pogo < if you dont include ssd you dont have a working node

19:40:43 ascii_field: kakobrekla: ssd is often 'free' - rip out of a retired laptop

19:40:45 ben_vulpes: i must derp my ass down the coast now, however.

19:40:49 jurov: i'm eyeing 64GB SSDs for 36 euro

19:41:07 punkman: ben_vulpes: see http://log.bitcoin-assets.com//?date=06-07-2015#1189265 regarding GPG-diddler automation

19:41:07 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 12:25:31; punkman: https://medium.com/@nweaver/extra-unofficial-xkeyscore-guide-b8513600ad24

19:41:16 jurov: should last 2 years, hoepfully then there will be sth much cheaper

19:42:10 kakobrekla: !up ascii_field

19:42:27 jurov: i don't have anything around to rip

19:42:29 kakobrekla: ascii_field> kakobrekla: ssd is often 'free' - rip out of a retired laptop < maybe that is true for you and me but not the majority i dont think

19:43:03 ascii_field: kakobrekla: even so, it is a bog-standard consumer product and could be obtained with massive bulk discount if we were to try in earnest

19:43:12 ascii_field: the rest of the system - no

19:43:33 kakobrekla: china usb rtc in bulk 5$?

19:43:34 jurov: for example eeepcs had 8/19G SSDs, not suitable

19:43:41 ascii_field: and presently, i am failing to turn up usb rtc modules for any price on mass market

19:43:46 ascii_field: the ~20 usd figure came out of my arse

19:43:51 ascii_field: based on component cost

19:44:20 ascii_field: kakobrekla: if you know of one, plz link

19:44:43 kakobrekla: i was chicomfying your turd only

19:44:53 jurov: ssd business is so brisk, i doubt very much there will be significant bulk discounts

19:45:03 kakobrekla: i agree

19:45:37 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 9350 @ 0.00057267 = 5.3545 BTC [+]

19:46:22 ascii_field: "errors" : "EXCEPTION: St12out_of_range \nCInv::GetCommand() : type=3 unknown type \nbitcoin in ProcessMessage() \n"

19:46:24 jurov: or $20 only fake 4G chips

19:46:25 ascii_field: ^ interesting

19:46:29 jurov: marked as 64

19:47:04 *: shinohai wants to start a pogo bitnode factory, ensure domination of therealbitcoin

19:47:17 ascii_field: ... and the node is 2 blocks ahead of 'blockchain.info'

19:47:50 ascii_field: shinohai: good luck obtaining so much as ONE system-on-chip for the prototype

19:47:59 ascii_field: i've been trying for ~6 months and could not.

19:48:07 shinohai: T_T

19:48:30 ascii_field: it appears to be utterly impossible to obtain the key components outside of cn

19:48:34 punkman: ascii_field: I think that error means node is sending you command only present in later nodes

19:48:35 ascii_field: and tw

19:48:46 ascii_field: punkman: well, yes. but ~which~

19:48:52 kakobrekla: bc info seems sorta down

19:49:02 punkman: need mega-debug-sanity patch

19:49:19 ascii_field: works here

19:49:21 *: kakobrekla fuckin hates the days when he has to worry about britneychain

19:49:32 kakobrekla: the chain is down, not site

19:49:34 ascii_field: and shows that the gavinists are busy bees, stuffing the britneychain full of liquid shit

19:49:52 jurov: http://www.dx.com/p/ds1302-real-time-clock-module-blue-151999#.VZrNH5R9zmE and plenty of others there

19:49:53 assbot: DS1302 Real Time Clock Module - Blue - Free Shipping - DealExtreme ... ( http://bit.ly/1J164vA )

19:50:14 ascii_field: jurov: NOT USB !!!!

19:50:35 ascii_field: unless you'd like to personally solder these to all 5,000 theoretical pogos

19:50:38 ascii_field: for free

19:50:51 jurov: *shrug*. so? throw usbserial chip in?

19:50:56 ascii_field: 'throw'

19:50:59 ascii_field: want to solder ?

19:51:01 *: trinque waves hands

19:51:35 ascii_field: just opening that plastic box is already adding more labour cost than everything we previously considered to be involved in setup put together

19:51:47 jurov: surely there are monkeys around that can solver that

19:51:52 jurov: *solder

19:51:52 decimation: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189592 < this

19:51:52 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 18:49:17; mircea_popescu: ascii_field i have nfi why unixtime "locales" are implemented so braindamagedly anyway. all machines should have the same exact integer for time. then if you wish to localize it, localize it on top of that

19:51:52 decimation: actually happens on linux as I understand. there's a thing

19:51:52 decimation: called CLOCK_MONOTONIC

19:51:52 decimation: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3523442/difference-between-clock-realtime-and-clock-monotonic

19:51:53 assbot: linux - Difference between CLOCK_REALTIME and CLOCK_MONOTONIC? - Stack Overflow ... ( http://bit.ly/1J16jXw )

19:52:06 decimation: sorry for the munged spacing :(

19:52:30 ascii_field: jurov: involving ~any~ monkey at all is astronomically outside of what we expected the cost to be.

19:52:41 trinque: jurov: I have no slave monkeys that can solder

19:53:03 ascii_field: right now, our pictured supply chain looks like 'any pogo -> any ethernet jack'

19:53:20 ascii_field: if there is 'monkey' in between those, add many times the cost in transportation at the least.

19:53:24 ascii_field: dead end.

19:53:40 jurov: yes. and you so like to paint yourself into corner

19:53:42 ascii_field: jurov probably noticed that just moving one of these from america to europe doubles the cost.

19:54:09 punkman: "[OPEN] Reimplement pogo in chinese"

19:54:13 jurov: http://www.dx.com/p/usb-to-ttl-cp2102-serial-module-red-309988#.VZrOeJR9zmE maybe even no soldering is required, just wire this to rtc module

19:54:14 assbot: USB to TTL CP2102 Serial Module - Red - Free Shipping - DealExtreme ... ( http://bit.ly/1J16tOH )

19:54:21 decimation: why not write a lightweight client that gets the time from trusted bitcoind node network?

19:54:30 ascii_field: decimation: because bitcoin doesn't use crypto

19:54:36 ascii_field: there is no such thing as a 'trusted node'

19:54:45 decimation: no, but latest block?

19:54:50 ascii_field: circular logic

19:54:57 ascii_field: whether a block can be 'latest' depends on local time!

19:55:02 decimation: not if multiple nodes are queried

19:55:09 ascii_field: sybils

19:55:18 decimation: myeah

19:55:47 decimation: if you actually want to keep time offline it's not gonna be cheap or easy

19:56:12 jurov: then you painted yourself to a corner and need tiny webserver for user to set time manually

19:56:14 danielpbarron: jurov mircea_popescu sent

19:56:18 jurov: or some such

19:56:23 decimation: what's wrong with usg timeservers?

19:56:32 jurov: danielpbarron: how many?

19:56:43 ascii_field: jurov: not sure if it is so much of a corner. perhaps it is possible to get a 'good enough' picture of political time via some clever means

19:56:50 decimation: no need to run ntp, just ask for time once

19:57:00 ascii_field: thing needs time every time it powers up

19:57:01 danielpbarron: jurov, enough "parts" to make 12

19:57:04 decimation: so?

19:57:09 decimation: it asks for tiem when it powers up

19:57:11 jurov: wow, thanks

19:57:13 decimation: plenty of shit does that

19:57:31 ascii_field: plenty of shit gets owned to pieces

19:57:33 jurov: that's not clever enough for alf

19:57:46 decimation: lol so you are gonna get diddled time?

19:57:54 ascii_field: i fully expect it

19:58:03 danielpbarron: a few of the inner plastic clips got cracked in the de-shelling process but they should still click back together no problem

19:58:08 ascii_field: but more prosaically, ddosed servers

19:58:24 decimation: okay if we are taking it that level, then you really need non-network time

19:58:33 decimation: gps, shortwave, longwave, etc

19:58:51 decimation: maybe it can come with a plug-in sextant?

19:58:59 ascii_field: l0l gps time

19:59:06 ascii_field: jammed for sport as we speak

19:59:08 trinque: some way of signaling current time via invalid transactions?

19:59:12 ascii_field: by fuck knows how many folks

19:59:31 decimation: fine, glosnass, galileo

19:59:35 ascii_field: same

19:59:39 ascii_field: and no signature

20:00:20 ascii_field: i am looking forward to hearing of some answer other than soldering iron or gossipd

20:00:30 ascii_field: mircea_popescu awake ?

20:00:39 decimation: or use WWVB and/or DCF77 and whatever else

20:00:46 punkman: slavegirl must post signed timestamp every 10 minutes?

20:00:53 ascii_field: decimation: quickest way to make sure any kid can set your clock to whatever he wants

20:01:00 ascii_field: is to use un-rsasigned radio !

20:01:04 decimation: lol

20:01:40 decimation: alright, apparently we need a #b-a radio clock transmitter too

20:01:51 jurov: and if we have rsa-signed time, usg will pwn or jam that too

20:01:54 ascii_field: and now we've turned bitcoin into a centralized turd

20:02:02 ascii_field: as jurov points out.

20:02:25 decimation: it was already such a turd, we are just trying to find out what to do about it

20:02:30 ascii_field: aha.

20:03:11 ascii_field: probably the only Right Thing (tm) solution is to somehow cleanse bitcoin of its dependence on wall time entirely

20:03:12 decimation: if we are this paranoid about it, the only solution I can think of is to ship a separate box with an ethernet port

20:03:17 trinque: ascii_field: what's wrong with the idea of signaling via specially crafted txn?

20:03:30 ascii_field: trinque: crafted how ?

20:03:33 decimation: that serves time via ntp server and has a push-button input on the front panel

20:03:36 ascii_field: and what is the thing to do until it hears it ?

20:03:49 ascii_field: decimation: gonna ship a gigabit switch also?

20:03:55 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 13392 @ 0.00056806 = 7.6075 BTC [-]

20:03:56 decimation: can be 10/100

20:04:06 ascii_field: and now you've throttled the pogo to 10/100

20:04:14 ascii_field: and who will produce magic box? martians?

20:04:38 jurov: well.. nuke the time-related checks altogether?

20:04:49 trinque: ascii_field: the script itself could be both properly signed and invalid right?

20:04:56 trinque: could you encode the time into it?

20:05:06 trinque: and consider certain addresses a valid source of time?

20:05:16 ascii_field: jurov: see http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189534

20:05:16 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 18:28:33; punkman: ascii_field: see also http://culubas.blogspot.gr/2011/05/timejacking-bitcoin_802.html

20:05:25 decimation: I find the magic box unneeded when I can get rsa signed time from a variety of places via ntp

20:05:39 ascii_field: trinque: who will encode? what time ?

20:05:50 ascii_field: back to a magic public key a la gavin ?

20:06:08 ascii_field: decimation: the point is that these 'places' are central points of failure, and are even now controlled by the enemy

20:06:35 decimation: not really, nearly every non-orc (and some orc) governments and institutions have ntp

20:06:43 ascii_field: the point i've been trying to make is ~not~ 'let's all go eat our pistols' but that the entire fiction of political time is poisonous when applied to bitcoin

20:06:44 decimation: not sure about the signed part though, need to look into that

20:07:01 mircea_popescu: ascii_field yeh

20:07:02 ascii_field: decimation: there is no ability to authenticate what you get from ntp connection

20:07:11 trinque: ascii_field: yeah, I think that is the only possible way to avoid having a magic central something

20:07:19 punkman: you can't have bitcoin without human time. meat rots.

20:07:50 trinque: having bitcoin disregard time, which I'm sure has all kinds of implications around when you may consider a given block valid

20:07:56 decimation: you can sign time with rsa in ntp http://www.ntp.org/ntpfaq/NTP-s-config-adv.htm

20:07:59 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1RgToKN )

20:08:03 ascii_field: decimation: who gets to sign ?

20:08:09 trinque: bitcoin jesus of course

20:08:13 ascii_field: hitler? me? mircea_popescu?

20:08:17 decimation: sure

20:08:22 ascii_field: any and all choices are terrible

20:08:24 decimation: if they all give the same time, they are probably not lying

20:08:43 ascii_field: if they all give the same time, it is probably because hitler killed the others and took their keys

20:08:45 trinque: is the problem reducible to "all pogos agree on the time" ?

20:08:57 ascii_field: trinque: within +/- 2h

20:09:00 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 29346 @ 0.00055261 = 16.2169 BTC [-]

20:09:03 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189615 << eh get out.

20:09:03 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 18:54:46; ascii_field: they could still attempt to filter, but it would have to be an open declaration of war. something the gavinists are rather averse to

20:09:17 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189613 << quite exactly.

20:09:17 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 18:54:35; ben_vulpes: trivial patch to apply for anyone who's vested.

20:10:27 trinque: ascii_field: and then going down that route, anyone can diddle his pogo soon as it's in hand

20:10:35 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189646 < nah

20:10:35 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 19:00:13; ben_vulpes: wait, wedge is related to version number?

20:10:50 ascii_field: ^ see log. i determined that it is entirely on account of epoch time

20:11:33 ascii_field: trinque: adjusting anything whatsoever on pogo is nontrivial for a 'civilian'

20:11:42 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189680 <<< i think so

20:11:42 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 19:10:06; punkman: is this a first?

20:12:02 punkman: mazel tov

20:13:28 trinque: so this decentralized ledger thing requires centralized time

20:13:30 trinque: fascinating.

20:13:36 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189717 << i have no idea why the 2nd set would even exist.

20:13:36 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 19:27:32; ascii_field: jurov: realize that, at the moment, we do not have separate code for servicing peers you added manually vs ones dredged up from the seedlist

20:13:45 mircea_popescu: why is pogo connecting to anything but good nodes again ?

20:13:53 asciilifeform: !up ascii_field

20:13:56 mircea_popescu: !up ascii_field

20:14:06 kakobrekla: !up ascii_field

20:14:11 ascii_field: mircea_popescu: there is presently no mechanism for 'pull blocks ONLY FROM THESE'

20:14:16 ascii_field: there is only 'addnode' and 'connect'

20:14:26 mircea_popescu: myeah.

20:14:26 ascii_field: the latter turns the node into a kind of boat anchor while active

20:14:29 ascii_field: (no one can connect TO it)

20:14:38 mircea_popescu: well...

20:14:40 ascii_field: the former treats the added ip as equal in status to those dug up from dirt

20:14:58 ascii_field: but in ~both~ cases there is no protection from mitm

20:15:30 trinque: anybody ever looked at tinc as a starting place for a gossipd?

20:15:42 trinque: does p2p networking over RSA keys

20:16:15 ascii_field: author in wot ?

20:16:41 decimation: time is already centralized in the sense that we are all spinning on the same planet

20:16:43 ascii_field: and why would i want to bridge nets

20:16:55 decimation: the question is merely 'who do you trust to tell you the correct phase of rotation'

20:17:08 punkman: http://www.tinc-vpn.org/documentation-1.1/Libraries.html#Libraries uses openssl

20:17:08 assbot: tinc Manual: Libraries ... ( http://bit.ly/1RgUvtT )

20:17:18 ascii_field: punkman: ~barf~

20:17:20 trinque: kinda like that bitcoin thing

20:18:44 trinque: or if the set of things which exist does not contain the thing desired, there you have it.

20:18:46 punkman: what if you could do like tlsdate over ssh, you just dial random IPs at ssh port, get buncha timestamps

20:19:20 ascii_field: punkman: 'pogo' has no rng...

20:19:30 mike_c: block hash is rng

20:19:32 ascii_field: so doing anything 'randomly' will be problematic.

20:19:39 ascii_field: mike_c: when you have no blocks ?

20:19:48 ascii_field: (upon unboxing)

20:20:34 mike_c: i was trying to think of some way to use the block hash to determine "who" you ask for timestamps, but the list of "who" is unknowable/proveable.. ends up in the same place.

20:20:49 mike_c: time sucks.

20:20:59 ascii_field: mike_c: all the signs point to us trying to solve the utterly wrong problem.

20:21:00 ascii_field: 'fried ice'

20:21:32 punkman: fried ice cream is a thing

20:21:36 trinque: ascii_field: is it +/- 2hrs or is it no more than 2hrs in the future?

20:21:41 decimation: if lizard hitler pwn's everyone's ntp servers, I think we all have bigger problems than block time epoch in bitcoin

20:21:47 trinque: you can of course accept a block from the past

20:21:50 ascii_field: decimation: it isn't an 'if'

20:21:52 trinque: why does this matter?

20:21:55 ascii_field: this is who owns them ~now~

20:22:25 ascii_field: because right now, hitler has, essentially, a button that makes just about the whole btc network shit its pants

20:22:30 trinque: say I though a block from last year at your node, I don't see why it would matter that your clock is set to tomorrow

20:22:30 ascii_field: i would like this to ~not~ be the case

20:22:31 mike_c: but if they muck with ntp they'll break themselves too

20:22:46 trinque: vs if you are set to yesterday and I give you a block from tomorrow

20:22:57 decimation: ascii_field: but that would come at the cost of fucking *all clocks for all users*

20:23:08 ascii_field: decimation: other users might not even notice

20:23:11 ascii_field: if it is done briefly

20:23:27 ascii_field: they will get apologies and a coupon for free blowjob at community whorehouse

20:23:33 mike_c: markets break over the stupid leap second

20:23:36 decimation: converable to dollars?

20:23:44 ascii_field: zimbabwe dollars

20:23:58 decimation: essentially there isn't such a thing as p2p time

20:24:08 decimation: for whatever reason nobody has thought to scratch that itch

20:24:11 ascii_field: only in so far as proof-of-work can be used

20:24:16 ascii_field: is there a notion of p2p time.

20:24:42 decimation: right, but that requires a trusted way to ask a bitcoind "what's the timestamp of the last verified block'

20:25:27 decimation: in the existing network, I suspect 99% of the miners are using ntpd traceable to some usg organ

20:25:43 ascii_field: and the 1% - .cn

20:25:50 decimation: aye

20:25:59 decimation: who knew that we needed a #b-a astronomer

20:26:02 trinque: anyone clear on whether it's +/- 2hrs or what I said?

20:26:08 ascii_field: but we already established that miners are clinically retarded

20:26:10 *: trinque goes to inspect the function which does this

20:26:44 decimation: ascii_field: I wonder if satoshi thought that these nodes would be anonymous?

20:26:56 decimation: rather than the blatent centralizing points that they actually are?

20:27:15 mircea_popescu: he thought that everyone will run one and so it'll be too noisy to follow them.

20:27:33 mircea_popescu: because humanity is humanitarian and similar windows-powered bullshit.

20:27:57 ascii_field: ^^

20:28:06 decimation: yeah, seems legit

20:28:38 *: decimation puts 'celesial navigation' on the library list

20:28:43 ascii_field: did nobody ever discuss the time thing? i have trouble believing this

20:28:51 mircea_popescu: <mike_c> markets break over the stupid leap second << no they don't.

20:29:10 decimation: it's come up a couple of times here, but not in the context of the 2h epoch

20:31:30 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189820 << well, and some "follow this text file with instructions for the software part". but yes.

20:31:30 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 19:53:03; ascii_field: right now, our pictured supply chain looks like 'any pogo -> any ethernet jack'

20:31:34 mircea_popescu: and this is mportant.

20:31:44 ascii_field: aha

20:32:43 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189839 << well done ty.

20:32:43 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 19:56:14; danielpbarron: jurov mircea_popescu sent

20:34:10 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189862 << you know there COULD be something here.

20:34:10 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 19:59:08; trinque: some way of signaling current time via invalid transactions?

20:34:16 pete_dushenski: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189541 << pretty much nada.

20:34:16 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 18:30:13; ben_vulpes: ;;later tell pete_dushenski whaddaya know about this glynn-ward character?

20:34:22 mircea_popescu: just as long as we put THE REAL TIME as a txn in every block, pogos can be fine

20:34:34 ascii_field: mircea_popescu: my objection was 'uses magic key'

20:34:42 mircea_popescu: so it does. there's no way out,.

20:34:49 pete_dushenski: "6 July 04:00: A new fork occurred starting 5 July at 21:30 with three blocks before the valid chain again became the strongest chain."

20:34:49 ascii_field: there's gotta be a way out.

20:35:12 mircea_popescu: pete_dushenski will the lulz never cease.

20:35:17 ascii_field: l0l!!

20:35:18 pete_dushenski: "Reports that the situation has passed are not correct. Please continue to wait 30 more confirmations than you usually would wait before accepting a transaction."

20:35:40 trinque: the message processing story in bitcoin is a shitshow

20:35:48 *: trinque digs further

20:35:50 mircea_popescu: very useful, this network that takes 5 hours to confirm txn

20:35:52 pete_dushenski: please to see "list of forks" https://bitcoin.org/en/alert/2015-07-04-spv-mining#list-of-forks

20:35:53 assbot: Some Miners Generating Invalid Blocks ... ( http://bit.ly/1RgWwpR )

20:35:54 mircea_popescu: thanks power rangers!

20:36:27 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 7800 @ 0.00055396 = 4.3209 BTC [+]

20:36:36 mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189880 << this isn't possible.

20:36:36 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 20:03:11; ascii_field: probably the only Right Thing (tm) solution is to somehow cleanse bitcoin of its dependence on wall time entirely

20:36:43 pete_dushenski: *megazord tips his cap*

20:36:51 trinque: maybe I'm an idiot, but I feel like you only get so many if statements per function..

20:37:11 ascii_field: mircea_popescu: why so certain that impossible ?

20:37:39 trinque: "disconnect if we connected to ourself" << LOL

20:37:51 mircea_popescu: because bitcoin is secured by mining which happens irl and the difficulty of mining is set on the basis of irl entropy.

20:37:52 trinque: put your dick down, bitcoin

20:37:55 mircea_popescu: this is not a fully virtual system

20:38:12 ascii_field: why couldn't the difficulty be set based on accumulated work ?

20:38:15 pete_dushenski: http://dorkshelf.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads//2014/05/600-power-rangers-comic-cluckster.png << eerily relevant : "time to wipe smile off that goofy clock's face"

20:38:20 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1RgWM8k )

20:38:20 mircea_popescu: nope

20:38:23 ascii_field: (yes, it would end up climbing monotonically...)

20:38:31 mircea_popescu: it wouldn't make any further sense.

20:38:57 ascii_field: the reward could still follow the same asymptotic

20:39:08 ascii_field: assuming that nuclear war doesn't send us back to cpu mining

20:41:04 ascii_field: 'Note that the roughly 50% of the network that was SPV mining...' << can haz network without 50% hash power belonging to diagnosable retarded folks plz ??!!

20:41:33 decimation: does SPV mining really give you that much 'edge'? It seems dubious to me

20:42:21 ascii_field: as (i think it was) mircea_popescu pointed out, it looks like the miners have not been sufficiently darwined yet

20:42:31 jurov: estimated time to fully verify a block is 20 seconds

20:42:36 ascii_field: and need a couplea catastrophic megadeaths

20:42:44 jurov: ;;calc 20/600

20:42:44 gribble: 0.0333333333333

20:42:47 ascii_field: to help their collective iq move into the double digits at least

20:42:50 jurov: 3% advantage

20:43:03 pete_dushenski: huge.

20:43:12 ascii_field: jurov: let me guess, nobody's written a multicore verifier ?

20:43:21 trinque: ascii_field: http://deedbot.org/stator-lcov/bitcoin/bitcoin/src/main.cpp.gcov.html << line #1265 appears to check for being in the future, not past

20:43:33 jurov: even if multicore, there's still i/o

20:43:44 trinque: so why can't my node's time just be far-future?

20:43:47 ascii_field: jurov: on my measurements, it's almost entirely cpu-bound

20:43:55 trinque: is this a worthwhile experiment?

20:43:57 ascii_field: trinque: because then you can be attacked in various ways

20:44:09 decimation: I wonder if someone could make money by 'brokering' txns on behalf of miners

20:44:10 trinque: ascii_field: making me eat lots of invalid blocks?

20:44:19 ascii_field: http://culubas.blogspot.gr/2011/05/timejacking-bitcoin_802.html ( linked earlier )

20:44:20 assbot: culubas: Timejacking & Bitcoin ... ( http://bit.ly/1ezxqkc )

20:44:35 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 22280 @ 0.00053981 = 12.027 BTC [-] {2}

20:44:54 trinque: !up ascii_field

20:45:38 ascii_field: incidentally, does anyone else suspect that cn miners, on account of their microscopic profit margins, are ripe for usgization ?

20:46:15 ascii_field: 'you can make engineer's wages doing what you're doing. or you can do exactly same thing, but use spv and give us root, and your swiss account will grow by 100k/mo.'

20:46:55 ascii_field: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com//?date=04-07-2015#1187499 << see also

20:46:55 assbot: Logged on 04-07-2015 22:28:31; mircea_popescu: anyway, the main sufferance in my head atm is that reading the chinese stuff (in translation) clarifies in my head an objection that may well be a second major flaw to the protocol, after the "relay nodes gotta do it for the glory" : its altogether unclear a purely financial incentive is the correct solution for miners.

20:48:03 mircea_popescu: of course they are.

20:50:09 ascii_field: these folks' time horizon is perhaps... 2 weeks long ?

20:50:30 ascii_field: i suppose all the 'proper confucians' with millenium-long time cocks are employed as colonels in pla or whatnot

20:50:35 ascii_field: and not mining

20:51:29 ascii_field: seems like collectively chinese see bitcoin the same way they saw crimea

20:51:33 ascii_field: a place to farm to death, to the bedrock

20:51:37 ascii_field: and leave

20:51:41 ascii_field: like locusts

20:51:42 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 34600 @ 0.00052881 = 18.2968 BTC [-]

20:53:07 pete_dushenski: "ONE MILLION new lines of code hit Linux Kernel 4.2 rc1"

20:53:43 ascii_field: go read, l0l

20:53:49 pete_dushenski: "Most of those new lines of code come from “the new amd gpu register description header”, code that Torvalds says comprises “41 per cent of the entire patch” and has created a “... somewhat odd situation where a single driver is about half of the whole rc1 in number of lines.”"

20:53:50 ascii_field: (probably mostly mods)

20:54:39 mircea_popescu: ascii_field in fairness that's how they saw china too

20:54:43 ascii_field: aha

20:54:46 mircea_popescu: which is why no cows, no trees, everyone on tatamis

20:54:55 ascii_field: who hasn't seen the rivers (literally) of toxic sludge

20:55:03 ascii_field: the 'gutter oil' restaurants, etc

20:57:19 punkman: https://www.bitpremier.com/5-real-estate/1570-luxury-villa-greece-kalamata-4025-sqm

20:57:20 assbot: BitPremier — Luxury Villa, Kalamata, Greece ... ( http://bit.ly/1RgYNS6 )

20:59:06 punkman: I don't even want to know how much tax the owner is paying on that

21:03:08 mircea_popescu: ascii_field gotta be a lot of magic numbers

21:09:22 thestringpuller: d00d. why do I have to wait 30 confirmations?!?

21:11:03 punkman: "We all got access to C. Pozzi's GPG key! https://paste.debian.net/279527/  #hackedteam"

21:11:04 assbot: 404 Not Found ... ( http://bit.ly/1Rh0teo )

21:11:18 thestringpuller: ascii_field: did you get past the wedge yet in 0.5.3.x? or do you still not have access to a node?

21:13:51 scoopbot_revived: Greek Finance Minister Varoufakis Resigns in Failure http://qntra.net/2015/07/greek-finance-minister-varoufakis-resigns-in-failure/

21:15:05 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 45981 @ 0.00051916 = 23.8715 BTC [-]

21:16:06 BingoBoingo: !up ascii_field

21:17:07 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 3852 @ 0.00051916 = 1.9998 BTC [-]

21:19:09 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 14428 @ 0.00051911 = 7.4897 BTC [-]

21:22:10 punkman: pete_dushenski: "in which Greek citizens refused to accept austerity measures" in case it wasn't clear, the referendum question was "do you like this deal? answer yes or no". and the next deal won't be much different either.

21:22:48 pete_dushenski: i imagine you're right

21:23:07 pete_dushenski: all that 'dignity' and yet no bread on the table

21:31:21 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 16600 @ 0.00051916 = 8.6181 BTC [+]

21:37:31 pete_dushenski: BingoBoingo seems that the "yanis gaming industry" link was added twice in the same (3rd) paragraph

21:40:30 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 59917 @ 0.00051916 = 31.1065 BTC [+] {2}

21:42:00 BingoBoingo: Ah

21:42:48 BingoBoingo: it works

21:45:24 punkman: 6th or 7th finance minister in 5 years https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euclid_Tsakalotos

21:45:25 assbot: Euclid Tsakalotos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ... ( http://bit.ly/1JQwmnf )

21:46:27 punkman: ;;ticker

21:46:29 gribble: Bitfinex BTCUSD ticker | Best bid: 274.96, Best ask: 274.99, Bid-ask spread: 0.03000, Last trade: 274.98, 24 hour volume: 56638.18757788, 24 hour low: 267.33, 24 hour high: 278.69, 24 hour vwap: None

21:46:36 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 7120 @ 0.00052881 = 3.7651 BTC [+]

21:46:40 punkman: ;;ba,bull

21:46:40 gribble: Error: "ba,bull" is not a valid command.

21:46:47 punkman: ;;bc,bull

21:46:48 gribble: Next Price Estimate: 302.489 | Next Price In About 2 days, 21 hours, 36 minutes, and 24 seconds

21:48:17 BingoBoingo: ;;bc,bear

21:48:19 gribble: Next Price Estimate: 219.968 | Next Price In About 3 days, 0 hours, 20 minutes, and 24 seconds | It's tanking!

21:51:14 asciilifeform: !up ascii_field

21:51:42 ascii_field: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1190105 << plz see today's log

21:51:42 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 21:11:18; thestringpuller: ascii_field: did you get past the wedge yet in 0.5.3.x? or do you still not have access to a node?

21:51:55 ascii_field: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1190103 << already censored

21:51:55 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 21:11:03; punkman: "We all got access to C. Pozzi's GPG key! https://paste.debian.net/279527/  #hackedteam"

21:53:05 ascii_field: speaking of which, i've often thought of adding an 'i know a private key!' box to phuctor

21:53:43 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 9000 @ 0.00053521 = 4.8169 BTC [+]

21:54:17 punkman: ascii_field: maybe better place for that in new keyserver?

21:55:13 pete_dushenski: ;;nethash

21:55:14 gribble: 396177655.034

21:55:23 pete_dushenski: c'mon 400 !

22:02:56 BingoBoingo: stator up to 248926

22:05:36 mod6: 333k+

22:05:43 ascii_field: punkman: keyserver is presumably for use as a keyserver, rather than place to hang the severed heads of pwned folks ?

22:07:28 ascii_field: incidentally, for anyone who missed, the public node is working and synced

22:07:32 ascii_field: and go, connect to it.

22:07:49 ascii_field:

22:10:24 ascii_field: ;;later tell mircea_popescu please consider posting your blkxxxx which encompass the two most recent forks

22:10:24 gribble: The operation succeeded.

22:10:32 ascii_field: i would like to compare it with mine.

22:13:22 BingoBoingo: Ah, public node has maxversion

22:13:47 shinohai: I am *so close* to 350k

22:18:29 TomServo: Ahoy all, just wanted to pass long: my 0.5.3 node is humming along, currently reporting blockheight 364171.

22:18:39 TomServo: If that's of any significance.

22:21:38 BingoBoingo: cool

22:29:18 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 5118 @ 0.00053983 = 2.7628 BTC [+]

22:31:32 shinohai: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1111974.msg0;boardseen#new

22:31:34 assbot: HOT! Domain BTC .CO.DE! ... ( http://bit.ly/1H5bYeL )

22:31:46 shinohai: ^ 10 BTC is steep for a domain name, but I like it

22:34:27 kakobrekla: here i replied https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1111974.msg11808524#msg11808524

22:34:28 assbot: HOT! Domain BTC .CO.DE! ... ( http://bit.ly/1gk5WAt )

22:34:34 pete_dushenski: "CoinbaseAdrian 30 points an hour ago* : Sorry guys, we're looking into this. It appears to be an issue with our network provider (Cloudflare). We have an urgent ticket open with them and I'll update here with any details." << response to coinbase being offline

22:36:48 danielpbarron: ;;later tell asciilifeform I get a segmentation fault http://danielpbarron.com/blkcut.txt

22:36:49 assbot: ... ( http://bit.ly/1gk6aHJ )

22:36:49 gribble: The operation succeeded.

22:44:33 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 12608 @ 0.00051911 = 6.5449 BTC [-] {2}

22:48:18 pete_dushenski: http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3cbuq1/im_the_author_of_the_bitcoin_revolution_an/ << oh travis tequilahead, how the mighty "thought leader" has fallen. you've stumbled from writing on your own blog to hacking up scamdesk, and now all the way down to the very bottom of the barrel with reddit. all in the course of, what, 2 weeks ?

22:48:19 assbot: I'm the author of The Bitcoin Revolution: An Internet of Money and founder of Diginomics, Ask Me Anything! : Bitcoin ... ( http://bit.ly/1H5e12x )

22:50:36 pete_dushenski: "SuperSecretTech: How many bitcoin do you own?" TravisPatron: Not as many as I would like."

22:50:47 pete_dushenski: and so it will always be, travis. so it will always be.

22:51:45 pete_dushenski: looking forward to seeing tequilahead becoming the 8th greek finance minister in 5 years.

22:51:50 pete_dushenski: they deserve each other.

22:51:52 danielpbarron: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1189808 << can attest to this having opened 12 in a row today, although it goes sorta smoothly once you get the hang of it

22:51:52 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 19:51:35; ascii_field: just opening that plastic box is already adding more labour cost than everything we previously considered to be involved in setup put together

22:52:08 TomServo: pete_dushenski: Didja find a way to boot OpenBSD on the edgerouter from USB or are you using the nfs boot option?

22:53:13 pete_dushenski: TomServo i found another computer with a serial port that actually talked to the serial cable i have. the usb adapter i bought was b0rked.

22:54:20 pete_dushenski: using just rj45 to db9

22:56:37 TomServo: But last I read booting OpenBSD required booting over the network, rather than install on the USB drive due to lack of a USB driver

23:00:56 pete_dushenski: first you unplug the usb drive from inside the edgerouter, plug it into your computer, install openbsd on it, unpack it, reinstall the drive in the edgerouter, establish a serial connection, and start talking.

23:01:04 pete_dushenski: !up aabtc

23:01:27 trinque: http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/07/06/us-boston-bombings-trial-idUSKCN0PG26R20150706 << "death to america" y'know... unless you wanna appeal your death sentence

23:01:28 assbot: Boston Marathon bomber files motion seeking new trial | Reuters ... ( http://bit.ly/1gk7MBn )

23:01:30 trinque: fuck that kid.

23:03:58 TomServo: pete_dushenski: Ah cool, I'll give it a go. Thanks.

23:04:19 pete_dushenski: np!

23:04:58 *: pete_dushenski is pleased that his amateurishness is of use to anyone ever.

23:05:30 pete_dushenski: or i should say, my tragedishness

23:05:55 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 15000 @ 0.00052669 = 7.9004 BTC [+]

23:09:38 BingoBoingo: kakobrekla: Win response http://www.financemagnates.com/cryptocurrency/trading/uks-fca-issues-warning-against-bitcoin-brokers-bit4x-and-venetfx/

23:09:40 assbot: UK’s FCA Issues Warning Against Bitcoin Brokers Bit4X and VenetFX | Finance Magnates ... ( http://bit.ly/1H5gnhI )

23:10:59 kakobrekla: thats superold

23:11:12 kakobrekla: but yeah, wouldnt it?

23:11:27 pete_dushenski: you'd think so.

23:14:02 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 20450 @ 0.00052008 = 10.6356 BTC [-]

23:21:57 danielpbarron: !up slikers

23:23:11 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 34700 @ 0.00052669 = 18.2761 BTC [+]

23:23:15 danielpbarron: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188147 << now that you mention it, it occurs to me that my 0.7.2 node had been fully synched (until the recent wedge) running on a single 5400 rpm drive and 8 gigs of ram

23:23:15 assbot: Logged on 05-07-2015 11:33:19; jurov: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=03-07-2015#1185700 << in my experience, you can use spinning rust if you throw in 8GB RAM

23:26:24 danielpbarron: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188174 << it's a +1 ! those usually come with "details" like "fresh blood"

23:26:24 assbot: Logged on 05-07-2015 12:18:42; mats: too light on actual details imo

23:30:59 decimation: pete_dushenski: I thought that openbsd didn't support the usb storage driver for edgerouter

23:31:10 decimation: if you are saying otherwise than that is good

23:32:20 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 25884 @ 0.00052669 = 13.6328 BTC [+]

23:38:53 asciilifeform: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1190162 << please consider modifying the proggy to print running block count, so i can try to replicate

23:38:53 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 22:36:48; danielpbarron: ;;later tell asciilifeform I get a segmentation fault http://danielpbarron.com/blkcut.txt

23:39:44 asciilifeform: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1190196 << it is very, very easy to use almost arbitrarily slow disk if you have ram for the kernel to cache it with

23:39:44 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 23:23:15; danielpbarron: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-07-2015#1188147 << now that you mention it, it occurs to me that my 0.7.2 node had been fully synched (until the recent wedge) running on a single 5400 rpm drive and 8 gigs of ram

23:40:00 asciilifeform: on pogo we very much have no such thing

23:40:07 asciilifeform: need pretty much 100% of ram for logic

23:40:40 asciilifeform: which is why i'd like to banish the block index to disk. so that the 128m of ram can be freed up to cache disk ~as required~

23:41:17 asciilifeform: pete_dushenski: i did my 'edgerouter' by building on pc and copying to the stick, yes

23:42:18 asciilifeform: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=06-07-2015#1190150 << not sure if this is technically correct - there is, i think, room for another leading '9' !

23:42:18 assbot: Logged on 06-07-2015 22:13:22; BingoBoingo: Ah, public node has maxversion

23:42:30 assbot: [MPEX] [S.MPOE] 34133 @ 0.00052669 = 17.9775 BTC [+]

23:44:34 asciilifeform: http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/06/22/us-usa-new-york-parachute-idUSKBN0P229M20150622 << mega-l0l

23:44:35 assbot: Three men convicted in parachute jump from New York's 1 World Trade Center | Reuters ... ( http://bit.ly/1H5k8Ur )

23:45:27 asciilifeform: http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/06/30/us-usa-maryland-swing-idUSKCN0PA2XC20150630 << moar l0l

23:45:28 assbot: Death of Maryland boy pushed in swing for three days ruled homicide | Reuters ... ( http://bit.ly/1H5keLE )

23:48:20 scoopbot_revived: Another Post BIP 66 Fork Dies after 3 Blocks http://qntra.net/2015/07/another-post-bip-66-fork-dies-after-3-blocks/

23:50:46 BingoBoingo: ^ Hypothesis on one resolution path posited

23:54:07 trinque: asciilifeform: #2 sounds like another case of bad psych meds

23:55:46 coderwill: definitely not funny