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 No.1265[Reply]

https://twitter.com/HW_BEAT_THAT/status/1177527011603931136

good riddance, assholes. may your names be forgotten and your content rot away.
Posted on def3

 No.1266

Guest wrote:

> https://twitter.com/HW_BEAT_THAT/status/1177527011603931136


> good riddance, assholes. may your names be forgotten and your content rot

away.

"it was clear NTTech wants to keep the QAnon people most" lol, yes let's
please keep the QAnon people all in one place for their safety and the
rest of us.



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 No.1262[Reply]

Come give my brand new imageboard a try. Board creation is enabled.
https://omnichan.net
TOR users are allowed;
http://fthsyyd2mwozmbxnau26dchthw6mdq2ann7yif5zboib3wz54vif7iyd.onion/
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 No.1263

Can't get to onichan.net or the tor address it says server not found.

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 No.1264

both addresses appear to be down.
Posted on def2





 No.1251[Reply]

Sometimes the title and text of the indynet posts don't match.

For example, I'm here:
http://def4.i2p/bbs/main.sh?Group_id=rocksolid.feeds.indymedia.boston&Msg_id=5&Reply_id=Message-ID:%20%[email protected]%3E&Showthread=y

I see:
"Link to original post:
http://boston.indymedia.org/feature/display/228160/index.php
Title: After 46 Years Pilgrim Nuke Plant on Cape Cod Finally Shuts Down.
Original post time:
Posted by: Solidarity Against Hate Boston
The fascist creep is coming to Boston on August 31st, and we need you out
there to help us resist it.

The Straight Pride Parade sounds like a joke, but it is organized by
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 No.1253

trw wrote:
>>I wasn't sure where to put this. It is about a node, but not a Rocksolid
node as such. So here it goes! :)

> Offtopic is always the right choice :-)


> And thanks for catching this, there must be something wrong with the index

files. Will look into it (will take me a while, though)

> cheers


> trw


> Posted on def4


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 No.1254

Mei wrote:

> trw wrote:

>> And thanks for catching this, there must be something wrong with the index
> files. Will look into it (will take me a while, though)

> No problem, I'm an explorer! I dig around and find broken things :D

> I hope for fun things (so Retro Guy doesn't get angry at me for not having
> fun :P) but it's mostly depressing crap and broken things these days.

You should have been here last year, rocksolid wasn't quite "rock solid"
at that time :) It's much better now.

Bug reports are always welcome. That doesn't mean we can fix them, but
it's nice to know what works and what doesn't.
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 No.1255

Retro Guy wrote:
> Mei wrote:
>> trw wrote:
>>> And thanks for catching this, there must be something wrong with the index
>> files. Will look into it (will take me a while, though)

>> No problem, I'm an explorer! I dig around and find broken things :D

>> I hope for fun things (so Retro Guy doesn't get angry at me for not having
>> fun :P) but it's mostly depressing crap and broken things these days.

> You should have been here last year, rocksolid wasn't quite "rock solid"

> at that time :) It's much better now.

> Bug reports are always welcome. That doesn't mean we can fix them, but

> it's nice to know what works and what doesn't.
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 No.1256


>Until then I'll look for fun and bugs.


this is more than welcome. you can only do so much testing yourself, somebody will always spot something that escaped your own attention.

> :P I see you're also a fan of RSLight!


Retro Guy is running this node, and has written the software.

>I like that it's usually pretty quick for me.


yes, rslight is pretty straight forward.

cheers

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 No.1259

Mei wrote:

> Retro Guy wrote:


>> Bug reports are always welcome. That doesn't mean we can fix them, but

>> it's nice to know what works and what doesn't.

>> Retro Guy

> You'll have to tell me some stories sometime! Until then I'll look for fun
> and bugs. :P

Lol, we were lucky to get articles to sync between servers at the start,
we really didn't know what we were doing but learned quickly.

It's only getting better, but of course the more we do, the more chances
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 No.1237[Reply]

(Continued from thread "A question to our handful of posters, and our 1
Mio lurkers")
Retro Guy wrote:
> On Tue, 27 Aug 2019 02:19:11 -0000 (UTC)
> [email protected] (Mei) wrote:

>> Retro Guy wrote:

>> > As trw (def) already mentioned, feel free to use any node you like.
>> > They're different in their presentation and in content, but all the
>> > sites carry the Rocksolid.* hierarchy.
>> Thanks. Between my own connection problems and whatever is happening
>> to seemingly all of the Rocksolid nodes it looks like I'll just have
>> to use whichever I can get to at the moment :P
>>
>> > If you want to use a newsreader, please do. If you have any trouble
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 No.1239

On Tue, 27 Aug 2019 14:37:11 -0000 (UTC)
[email protected] (Mei) wrote:

> (Continued from thread "A question to our handful of posters, and our

> 1 Mio lurkers")
> Retro Guy wrote:

> > The two rec.* groups seem to be all spam. If I'm wrong and you'd

> > still like to see them on either site, just let me know. Of course
> > they're all available with a newsreader at any time.
> I'll work on the newsreader situation, but I'm seeing... admittedly
> weak humor in rec.humor (titles seem iffy but a lot of it isn't spam)
> and no spam at all in rec.humor.oracle. I'm not committed to them; I
> just thought they would add a little bit of interesting life to
> what's web-visible.
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 No.1227[Reply]

coming from i2p and tor alike. some of the attempts are quite original.
keep at it, boys and girls, make your daddy proud.... :-)

trw
Posted on def2


 No.1231

Why would anyone attack def? What's their father got to do with it?

-Mei, who can't get to Nova at the moment :-
Posted on def2



 No.1232

>Why would anyone attack def?

although I know nothing about the particular motivation of the attackers,
these here are some possible reasons:

-being bored
-being curious
-trying out your new kali
-objecting to content displayed here
-....

mind you, i appreciate that the quality of the attacks has improved. at
the beginning they were just trying to dos, nowadays more sophisticated
attacks have been added.

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 No.1199[Reply]

not again, this is really annoying.
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 No.1215

On Fri, 19 Jul 2019 08:56:51 -0000 (UTC)
[email protected] (anonymous) wrote:

>

> >Should be working now. Did you by any chance restart your i2p router?
> >The issue turned out to be that your incoming client id had changed.
>
> Yes, I did. I did not realize that you use this for identification.
> So I have to announce this in the future ?
>
If you'd like to generate a 'Persistent private key' for your outgoing
tunnel to rocksolid2, I can add that .b32 address to my whitelist here
and then it doesn't matter if you restart, you will always use that key.

Right now, I'm using ip address for identification. If you restart,
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 No.1218

trw
>If you'd like to generate a 'Persistent private key' for your outgoing tunnel
to rocksolid2, I can add that .b32 address to my whitelist here and then it
doesn't matter if you restart, you will always use that key.

I have activated this for both connections I have to your servers. Let's
see if we still sync.

cheers trw

Posted on def4

Reposted here, seems like the sync is off due to the restart of the
tunnels. I will post the local base 32 addresses on admin (def3), guessing
that this is the piece of information you need to validate the identity.
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 No.1219


>If you'd like to generate a 'Persistent private key' for your outgoing tunnel to rocksolid2, I can add that .b32 address to my whitelist here and then it doesn't matter if you restart, you will always use that key.


I have activated this for both connections I have to your servers. Let's see if we still sync.

cheers

trw

Posted on def4

 No.1220


ok, and solved. back to business as usual.

Posted on def4

 No.1221

trw wrote:


> ok, and solved. back to business as usual.


> Posted on def4


Nice!

As a note, when I was testing, I monitored one connection at a time, both
are working (tunnels).

Retro Guy

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 No.1210[Reply]


an update went wrong, we will be back (also: nodes.help does not sync, so posting it here as well).

Posted on def4

 No.1212


we are back, baby.

Posted on def4

 No.1213

On Mon, 15 Jul 2019 21:28:45+0000
trw <[email protected]> wrote:

>

> we are back, baby.
>
> Posted on def4

nice!

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 No.1201[Reply]

Apollo 11 projected onto washington monument


 No.1204

nice...very phallic...
Posted on def2





 No.1191[Reply]

Need help. Need dirty money cleaned. Where to look for Service? Advice
appreciated.
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 No.1192

username_new wrote:

> Need help. Need dirty money cleaned. Where to look for Service? Advice

> appreciated.

elsewhere
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 No.1193

Specify elsewhere.
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 No.1195


you are in the wrong place.
this link should help you:
http://darkpqgxumi6t7ks.onion/

Posted on def4



 No.1188[Reply]

https://150sec.com/wikipedia-is-a-broken-system-says-co-founder-larry-sanger/11453/amp/#click=https://t.co/e44AhAG4ge

“Wikipedia is a broken system,” says co-founder Larry Sanger

Image courtesy of Deposit Photos.

Reading a Wikipedia entry about Wikipedia itself seems strange. But where
else on the web would an average internet user go for digestible,
encyclopedia-style content?

With its entries almost always topping Google search results, Wikipedia
receives around 33 billion page views per month, according to studies
carried out by thinktank Pew Research in 2016. In line with statistics
from the website itself, it also changes at a rate of 1.8 edits per second
and the number of new articles per day averages 578.
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 No.1189

>Decentralized knowledge sharing and building, he believes, is the future
of online encyclopedias.

Couldn't agree more to that one...not sure if blockchain should be the solution...but interesting article anyway

cheers

trw
Posted on: def3.i2p



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