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26 Feb 2024
@bitchybabyyyyyy:matrix.org@bitchybabyyyyyy:matrix.orgRedacted or Malformed Event21:58:01
@jbschirtzinger:matrix.orgjbschirtzinger
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Iiwanna hack an Instagram account
You are in the wrong place.
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27 Feb 2024
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28 Feb 2024
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29 Feb 2024
@iancjclarke:matrix.orgIan Clarke
In reply to @cheako:matrix.org
I just noticed that udp send_to returns a usize, how do ppl handle partial payloads? Is the OS garnered to set this to 0 or payload size?
Isn't that just the number of bytes written into the [u8] by the send_to call?
00:15:51
@cheako:matrix.orgcheako
In reply to @iancjclarke:matrix.org
Isn't that just the number of bytes written into the [u8] by the send_to call?
The UDP send call reads the slice and writes bytes to the network... since it's UDP it would be strange for the requested size and the actual size to differ.
00:17:49
@iancjclarke:matrix.orgIan Clarkedoh, sorry - misread.00:21:59
@cheako:matrix.orgcheako Yeah, you should watch out for calling things gateway_connection and PacketData, https://github.com/freenet/freenet-core/blob/186770521_port_tahrir_transport_code/crates/core/src/transport/connection_handler.rs#L208C14-L208C32 Since the module is for handling new connections it's easy to guess this is received on the slave/server side. Though since this function also handles sending the reply, it's muddy. I think the rust way would be to return an enum variant that instructs a reply be sent with whatever context is needed. 00:56:28
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@iancjclarke:matrix.orgIan Clarke
In reply to @cheako:matrix.org
Yeah, you should watch out for calling things gateway_connection and PacketData, https://github.com/freenet/freenet-core/blob/186770521_port_tahrir_transport_code/crates/core/src/transport/connection_handler.rs#L208C14-L208C32 Since the module is for handling new connections it's easy to guess this is received on the slave/server side. Though since this function also handles sending the reply, it's muddy. I think the rust way would be to return an enum variant that instructs a reply be sent with whatever context is needed.
Yeah, this code is being worked on right now - we've already done a few terminology refactors and will probably do a few more. Good naming is essential but sometimes you have to see how the pieces fit together before knowing the best way to name them.
02:37:59
@iancjclarke:matrix.orgIan Clarke New allocator, apparently well suited for webassembly - link 02:39:09
@nachodg:matrix.orgnachodgPartial payloads will be ignored right now and the sender will have to resend. Since we are using very small packet sizes we hope this won't be a big deal but if we need we can adjust and change internally easily since all this are implementation details that don't leak out.07:22:30
1 Mar 2024
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@hyolobrika:envs.netHyolobrika (carrier pigeon bridge (sorry about the delay))I remember there being a discussion in here about a decentralised Wikipedia built on Freenet. If I remember correctly there was a write-up on GitHub as well. If so, where can I find it?20:55:05
@hyolobrika:envs.netHyolobrika (carrier pigeon bridge (sorry about the delay))Also, do you think it could be extended to mapping? (decentralized OpenStreetMap)20:56:09
@hyolobrika:envs.netHyolobrika (carrier pigeon bridge (sorry about the delay))
In reply to @iancjclarke:matrix.org
I think one of the most interesting early apps we could build once the network is up is an entirely decentralized collaborative editing system, like wikipedia but without its various weaknesses. We could use an off-the-shelf conflict-free replicated data type algorithm.
Never mind. I found it here.
21:03:41
2 Mar 2024
@gogo2464:matrix.org@gogo2464:matrix.orgIplan to integrate freenegt in polkadot in order to create apps not related to web hosting with proof of trust. https://github.com/paritytech/polkadot-sdk/issues/354800:13:28
@gogo2464:matrix.org@gogo2464:matrix.orgI am going to00:13:33
@gogo2464:matrix.org@gogo2464:matrix.orgwish me good luck pleasee!!00:13:47
@iancjclarke:matrix.orgIan Clarke
In reply to @hyolobrika:envs.net
I remember there being a discussion in here about a decentralised Wikipedia built on Freenet. If I remember correctly there was a write-up on GitHub as well. If so, where can I find it?
I don't think there was any formal write up, but CRDT algorithms are relevant to this.
01:49:53
@hyolobrika:envs.netHyolobrika (carrier pigeon bridge (sorry about the delay))No, there wasn't. I misremembered. Or at least, I couldn't find one.02:15:37
3 Mar 2024
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4 Mar 2024
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