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12 Sep 2020
@finlaydag33k:finlaydag33k.nlAroop RoelofsxD00:44:22
@finlaydag33k:finlaydag33k.nlAroop RoelofsI mainly play League of Legends and World of Warships so yea...00:44:31
@michel-slm:matrix.orgMichel Alexandre Salimthe fun thing is the early "Windows" games that still shell out to DOS, that get repackaged by GOG to use dosbox00:45:02
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13 Sep 2020
@AppAraat:matrix.orgAppAraat HN thread - OpenPGP in Rust: The Sequoia Project (lwn.net) 11:23:52
@AppAraat:matrix.orgAppAraat * HN thread - OpenPGP in Rust: The Sequoia Project (lwn.net) 11:24:38
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14 Sep 2020
@wiktor:stratum0.orgwiktorgit-bash is pretty cool, I remember times when I had to use cygwin and it was kind of bad :)08:18:54
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@finlaydag33k:finlaydag33k.nlAroop Roelofs
In reply to @wiktor:stratum0.org
git-bash is pretty cool, I remember times when I had to use cygwin and it was kind of bad :)
aye :)
It's a bummer that WSL2 requires virtualization stuff that prevents me from using stuff like Memu tho D:
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22 Sep 2020
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@finlaydag33k:finlaydag33k.nlAroop Roelofs I just saw Project Mainline from Google...
it's a initiative where they chunk up components of Android...
and allow them to be updated through the playstore D:
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28 Sep 2020
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@zanona:mozilla.orgMarcusHello everyone. By any chance have you heard about any use case of someone storing crypto currency secret keys (or any secret key, really) under a PGP card? I was wondering what would be the best way to keep those safe? Perhaps something like a x.509 cert? Just out of curiosity...23:02:55
29 Sep 2020
@finlaydag33k:finlaydag33k.nlAroop Roelofs

no, but also yes.
No: the keys used for PGP and Bitcoin are not really interchangable by default.
however since PGP nowadays support ECC (and in particular the secp256k1 curve, this is pretty important), it can be done.
It just requires some tricks.

  1. generate secp256k1 key pair (and dunk this on your card ofc)
  2. export public key from your card
  3. convert public key into a bitcoin-compatible public key.

Now sending transactions is a different part, but that's for you to figure out (spoiler alert: it's not that hard if you already figured out how to convert your PGP public key into a bitcoin-compatible one)

00:53:02
@finlaydag33k:finlaydag33k.nlAroop Roelofs *

no, but also yes.
No: the keys used for PGP and Bitcoin are not really interchangable by default.
however since PGP nowadays support ECC (and in particular the secp256k1 curve, this is pretty important), it can be done.
It just requires some tricks.

  1. generate secp256k1 key pair (and dunk this on your card ofc)
  2. export public key from your card
  3. convert public key into a bitcoin-compatible public key.

Now sending transactions is a different part, but that's for you to figure out (spoiler alert: it's not that hard if you already figured out how to convert your PGP public key into a bitcoin-compatible one)

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@finlaydag33k:finlaydag33k.nlAroop RoelofsHm... now that I come to think of it, it'd be an interesting thing to make a tutorial for on my youtube later :p00:56:06
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@zanona:mozilla.orgMarcus* Hello everyone. By any chance have you heard about any use case of someone storing crypto currency secret keys (or any secret key, really) under a PGP card? I was wondering what would be the best way to keep those safe? Perhaps something like a x.509 cert? Just out of curiosity...04:29:01
@zanona:mozilla.orgMarcus

This is great. Thanks so much for the insight. I will research further about ECC.
I'm not sure you know those cards from https://shop.tangem.com/, but I wondered: what if instead of that card, we could use PGP? Because it requires compatible software either way...

I have just subscribed to your YouTube channel (Your last PGP card setup video is pretty cool, btw 👍️), so will keep my eyes on it in case you decide to release that tutorial.

05:37:39
@zanona:mozilla.orgMarcus *

This is great. Thanks so much for the insight. I will research further about ECC.
I'm not sure you know those cards from https://shop.tangem.com/, but I wondered: what if instead of that card, we could use PGP? Because it requires compatible software either way...

I have just subscribed to your YouTube channel (Your last PGP card setup video is pretty cool, btw 👍️), so will keep my eyes on it in case you decide to release that tutorial.

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