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21 Jun 2021
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilm

Here are your registrars:

  • https://hostmaster.ua/registrars/
20:39:33
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilmI clicked the first one on the list and they offer .com, .org and a bunch of others https://redo.ua/ although I couldn't check their privacy policy, company sheet or anything because I couldn't find an English link20:40:30
@lagemeet:envs.netlagemeetoh I'm Soo stupid sorry 😅20:41:52
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilmWhat you should be looking for depends on your use case. If you don't need any API access, then it's much simpler. You need to consider the long term annual renewal price, whether the company and its servers are operated within your region, when it was incorporated, whether you find any negative reviews about them on the net.20:42:14
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilmThe DNSSEC column in the comparison table also sounds like a good idea.20:43:13
@lagemeet:envs.netlagemeet
In reply to @bkil:matrix.org
The DNSSEC column in the comparison table also sounds like a good idea.
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20:43:23
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilmYou can find where they operate in some of their policy documents, on an about page, or via running traceroute/host/dig/etc on some of their domains or on their ns/soa records20:44:12
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilmYou may even do a benchmark on the average latency of their resolution in a given day and publish your tabular findings on gitlab under copyleft or such, that would be great value for the community.20:45:22
@lagemeet:envs.netlagemeet
In reply to @bkil:matrix.org
What you should be looking for depends on your use case. If you don't need any API access, then it's much simpler. You need to consider the long term annual renewal price, whether the company and its servers are operated within your region, when it was incorporated, whether you find any negative reviews about them on the net.
ok, but if I have dynamic IP can I buy vps and over VPN and forward instance?
20:46:38
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilmYes, you can install a VPN server on a VPS that you operate. It may or may not have its own domain or you can reach it via direct IP.20:47:36
@lagemeet:envs.netlagemeetor is bad idea? 20:47:37
@anonbluecc:matrix.orgRick Sanchez

I set a free oracle hosting account to watch my main mast account.

https://social.anonymous.blue

Can you tell me how shit of a job I did please lol

20:47:38
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilm * Yes, you can install a VPN server on a VPS that you operate. It may or may not have its own domain or you can reach it via direct IP.20:48:46
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilmAlso, if you have your own domain (and perhaps VPS), you could have unlimited separate subdomains under that for reaching the VPS and reaching your home backup or IoT devices.20:49:30
@lagemeet:envs.netlagemeetok thank you for enlightenment20:52:02
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilmEverything to spread tho joy of self-hosting! 🥳20:52:46
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilmI believe that the only way to stop the "big oil" software companies is to encourage the population to operate at least 10M federated instances offering various services.20:54:19
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilm * I believe that the only way to stop the "big oil" software companies is to encourage the population to operate at least 10M federated instances offering various services.20:54:37
@lagemeet:envs.netlagemeet
In reply to @bkil:matrix.org
I guess it would help if you also posted a few words of introduction or a few keywords about yourself.
15 years old, from Ukraine, interested in free software and hidden networks like i2p or tor. making a small mesh netwrok on esp8266.
21:09:09
@kube:sphorb.zoneKubehttps://twitter.com/everestpipkin/status/140698604548116071021:40:38
@kube:sphorb.zoneKube[alt: Highlighted text - the private ownership of online services means that these agora function only in their commercial sense; the sense of the market space as site for civic life is subject to strict controls. For example, the Prodigy network, billed as a 'family network', is an exemplary analog to the suburban shopping mall. Just as the mall, because of its enclosed, surveilled nature, has become a place where parents feel safe leaving their children, the electronic panopticon of the monitored Prodigy network appeals to many parents because they feel their children are somehow safer there.]21:40:49
@kube:sphorb.zoneKube phenomenal short paper from 1996 21:41:16
@kube:sphorb.zoneKube * phenomenal short paper from 1996 21:41:21
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilm

Thank you for the summary. Let me also dereference that tracking link for you.

  • https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1068/d140127

Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 1996, volume 14, pages 127-131

22:32:54
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilm *

Thank you for the summary. Let me also dereference that tracking link for you.

  • https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1068/d140127

Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 1996, volume 14, pages 127-131

22:33:17
@bkil:matrix.orgbkilm
In reply to @lagemeet:envs.net
15 years old, from Ukraine, interested in free software and hidden networks like i2p or tor. making a small mesh netwrok on esp8266.
Are you doing IoT at home? What kind of mesh protocol does that chip use? Could it potentially forward (low bandwidth) traffic between phones and computers, just for fun?
22:58:50
22 Jun 2021
@lagemeet:envs.netlagemeet
In reply to @bkil:matrix.org
Are you doing IoT at home? What kind of mesh protocol does that chip use? Could it potentially forward (low bandwidth) traffic between phones and computers, just for fun?
yes it can transmit through wifi. I'm using yggdrasil to automate process.
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