[freenet-dev] bug(s)

2003-02-28 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
java.io.FileNotFoundException: store/temp/t1d0a3bb5 (Too many open files) java.io.FileNotFoundException: store/temp/t1d0a3bb5 (Too many open files) at java.io.FileOutputStream.open(Native Method) at java.io.FileOutputStream. (FileOutputStream.java:97) at

Re: [freenet-dev] git/hg hosting

2009-04-02 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Freitag 03 April 2009 00:44:37 schrieb Ian Clarke: If we go with git and github they do support post-receive hooks: http://github.com/guides/post-receive-hooks I think the workflow can and should be very similar to what it is currently, with developers pushing to a single authoritative

Re: [freenet-dev] git/hg hosting

2009-04-03 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Freitag 03 April 2009 02:22:05 schrieb Daniel Cheng: DVCS does _NOT_ means accepting anonymous contribution. However, if we want to, there is nothing stopping us. Personally I think it important for freenet to slowly establish a workflow where people contribute pseudonymously, because that

Re: [freenet-dev] git/hg hosting

2009-04-03 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Freitag 03 April 2009 12:18:11 schrieb Florent Daignière: Sure we can do that... but how integrated are the PGP/GPG modules with git/hg? What about the GUI versions? At least for hg you can just activate the gpg extension (distributed with hg) and can then sign changesets with $ hg sign

Re: [freenet-dev] git/hg hosting

2009-04-03 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Freitag 03 April 2009 17:19:13 schrieb David ‘Bombe’ Roden: On Friday 03 April 2009 14:14:41 Arne Babenhauserheide wrote: $ hg sign [REVISION] git tag -s name commit -m message Is that a GnuPG signed tag? Best wishes, Arne -- -- Ein Würfel System: http://1w6.org - einfach saubere

Re: [freenet-dev] git/hg hosting

2009-04-07 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Samstag 04 April 2009 03:29:57 schrieb David ‘Bombe’ Roden: On Friday 03 April 2009 18:29:04 Arne Babenhauserheide wrote: $ hg sign [REVISION] git tag -s name commit -m message Is that a GnuPG signed tag? Yes. Check [1] for an example. Thanks! (also to Daniel Cheng who

Re: [freenet-dev] git/hg hosting

2009-04-07 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Samstag 04 April 2009 22:50:11 schrieb Matthew Toseland: Agreed, however we need to be careful as we can be sued for any code which is copyrighted by somebody else; if we can provide the would-be litigant with the identity of the committer, we don't have this problem. Sure. That's why

Re: [freenet-dev] git/hg hosting

2009-04-14 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Dienstag 07 April 2009 10:28:30 schrieb Daniel Cheng: git tag -s name commit -m message Can you also sign a revision without tagging it? No. In DVCS model, signing single revision does not make sense -- since you will merge / rebase that revision as soon as it is merged. I think it

[freenet-dev] workflow concept: automatic trusted group of committers (untested)

2009-04-14 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Freitag 10 April 2009 18:30:29 schrieb Matthew Toseland: I think it would be nice to do this as repository which can be updated only if at least 60% of a specific group of people agree. Why is that beneficial relative to a fully distributed model of people pulling if they like a patch?

Re: [freenet-dev] Current uservoice top 5 (20 node barrier)

2009-04-21 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Dienstag 21 April 2009 17:41:59 schrieb Theodore Hong: VolodyA! V Anarhist volo...@whengendarmesleeps.org wrote: Matthew Toseland wrote: If you watch the 'Human body' documentary it says that humans have on average 20 people they call friends. I am unsure where that number comes from,

Re: [freenet-dev] Current uservoice top 5 (20 node barrier)

2009-04-22 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch 22 April 2009 14:38:29 schrieb Matthew Toseland: other member of the group as freenet friends, or should they only have their closest contacts? I don't know. IMHO 150 is probably too much, have you spoken privately to all these people? I think all people I know privately,

Re: [freenet-dev] Current uservoice top 5 (20 node barrier)

2009-04-22 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch 22 April 2009 14:57:06 schrieb Matthew Toseland: But both have the drawback of drawing people away from the webinterface, which increases the maintenance cost for toad. Not sure I follow. They'd be another interface and someone would have to keep it up to date and working

Re: [freenet-dev] Current uservoice top 5 (20 node barrier)

2009-04-22 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch 22 April 2009 15:15:07 schrieb VolodyA! V Anarhist: Wouldn't IRC/Jabber break anonymity ? Or, maybe you're speaking of IRC/Jabber over Freenet and i'm wrong ... It would only let people know that you are running Freenet, not what you are doing with it. And whom you are

Re: [freenet-dev] Current uservoice top 5 (20 node barrier)

2009-04-22 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch 22 April 2009 15:53:39 schrieb Matthew Toseland: I don't understand why you want to run a jabber server. Surely announcing to your jabber contacts that you are interested in ref exchange would be sufficient, and would be client level? I don't mean announcing to your jabber contacts

Re: [freenet-dev] Non-convergent encryption kills easy filesharing

2009-04-23 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch 22 April 2009 18:26:05 schrieb Matthew Toseland: block [16:39:31] toad_ duplicating the top block can be done with SSKs very easily [16:39:40] toad_ but with CHKs it requires much longer URIs [16:39:43] toad_ is that a problem? [16:40:04] p0s how much longer? [16:40:10] toad_

Re: [freenet-dev] Non-convergent encryption kills easy filesharing

2009-04-23 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Donnerstag 23 April 2009 09:25:15 schrieb xor: -Original Message- From: devl-boun...@freenetproject.org [mailto:devl-boun...@freenetproject.org] On Behalf Of Arne Babenhauserheide Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2009 9:14 AM To: devl@freenetproject.org Subject: Re: [freenet-dev

Re: [freenet-dev] Solving I queued it 2 weeks ago and it's still at 0% : are really long URIs a problem?

2009-04-23 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Donnerstag 23 April 2009 15:16:40 schrieb Matthew Toseland: Arguably nobody ever types CHKs even now, and copy and paste allows for fairly long keys. Thoughts? You know what I think. The length of the key doesn't matter to me, because freesites already hide them in links, and otherwise I

Re: [freenet-dev] Current uservoice top 5 (20 node barrier)

2009-04-23 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch 22 April 2009 14:53:45 schrieb Arne Babenhauserheide: Am Mittwoch 22 April 2009 14:38:29 schrieb Matthew Toseland: I don't know. IMHO 150 is probably too much, have you spoken privately to all these people? I think all people I know privately, including school and university

Re: [freenet-dev] Our current web interface and its usability

2009-04-24 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Donnerstag 23 April 2009 22:05:18 schrieb Robert Hailey: The Freenet software running on your computer is probably what I would use to describe what node means to non-techy users. Couldn't it just use Your computer is downloading this page from Freenet, that's what people want to know,

Re: [freenet-dev] workflow concept: automatic trusted group of committers (untested)

2009-04-27 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Montag 27 April 2009 17:11:54 schrieb Arne Babenhauserheide: Am Dienstag 14 April 2009 12:22:12 schrieb Arne Babenhauserheide: A workflow where the repository gets updated only from repositories whose heads got signed by at least a certain percentage of trusted committers. Could

Re: [freenet-dev] Looking for a working Eclipse git plugin

2009-04-29 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch 29 April 2009 12:38:15 schrieb xor: We're in 2009 and graphical IDEs ought to be able to do the revision control, if that does not work then the wrong revision control system or IDE is being used. It is really not like revision control is something new, it has to be possible with

Re: [freenet-dev] Looking for a working Eclipse git plugin

2009-05-01 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch 29 April 2009 16:37:25 schrieb bbac...@googlemail.com: If you like the command line, ok. But if I can't work with git using my prefered IDE, then I have a problem. I don't want to change anything just because you decided to switch to some SCM that is mostly used by command line

Re: [freenet-dev] Current uservoice top 5

2009-05-04 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Montag 04 Mai 2009 17:33:30 schrieb Matthew Toseland: 3. Add a 'pause' feature. (131 votes) Remarkably high ranking, I wonder what proportion of our users use online games? Or with other filesharing services (short lived torrents, downloading in Gnutella) or with graphics editing or video

Re: [freenet-dev] Current uservoice top 5

2009-05-04 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Montag 04 Mai 2009 17:33:30 schrieb Matthew Toseland: 5. Use port 80,443,53,1863 for communication. (74 votes) I have no idea how this got into the top 5! Any ideas? People trying to run nodes at work perhaps? Maybe not wanting the provider to be able to just shut down nonstandard ports

Re: [freenet-dev] Current uservoice top 5

2009-05-05 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Montag 04 Mai 2009 19:59:15 schrieb Arne Babenhauserheide: Am Montag 04 Mai 2009 17:33:30 schrieb Matthew Toseland: 3. Add a 'pause' feature. (131 votes) Remarkably high ranking, I wonder what proportion of our users use online games? Or with other filesharing services (short lived

Re: [freenet-dev] Current uservoice top 5

2009-05-10 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch 06 Mai 2009 00:23:54 schrieb Matthew Toseland: Isn't using a reasonably low scheduling priority enough? And we already do that! Not really, since I can't disable it (when I want full speed), and it sadly doesn't work really well for memory consumption. I'd like an option to have

[freenet-dev] Infocalypse feedback (Mercurial over Freenet)

2009-05-11 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Hi, I just want to provide some feedback on Infocalypse - I hope this is the right place, since it's an application on freenet. I tried it a bit and I really like it. I didn't yet try inserting a big repo, but it works pretty well for the smaller repositories I tested (which are also

Re: [freenet-dev] Request for proofreading: Announcing donation from Google

2009-05-12 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Tuesday, 12. May 2009 21:36:30 Matthew Toseland wrote: We are currently working on Freenet 0.8, which will be released later this year, and will include additional performance improvements, usability work, and security improvements, as well as the usual debugging. Features are not yet

Re: [freenet-dev] a social problem with Wot (was: Hashcash introduction, was: Question about WoT )

2009-05-13 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Wednesday, 13. May 2009 10:24:52 Daniel Cheng wrote: In fms, you can always adjust the MinLocalMessageTrust to get whatever message you please to read. -- ya, you may call it censorship.. but it is the one every reader can opt-out with 2 clicks. --- Even if majority abuse the

Re: [freenet-dev] Question about an important design decision of the WoT plugin

2009-05-13 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Wednesday, 13. May 2009 15:03:13 Matthew Toseland wrote: Perhaps some form of feedback/ultimatum system? Users who are affected by spam from an identity can send proof that the identity is a spammer to the users they trust who trust that identity. If the proof is valid, those who trust the

Re: [freenet-dev] Request for proofreading: Announcing donation from Google

2009-05-13 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Wednesday, 13. May 2009 18:12:52 Robert Hailey wrote: On May 12, 2009, at 7:28 PM, Arne Babenhauserheide wrote: On Tuesday, 12. May 2009 21:36:30 Matthew Toseland wrote: be out in a few days), and hopefully Bloom filter sharing, a new feature enabling nodes to know what

Re: [freenet-dev] Current uservoice top 5

2009-05-13 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Wednesday, 13. May 2009 19:00:54 Matthew Toseland wrote: We could pause most of the node relatively easily, there will still be some background activity, and therefore some garbage collection, but it can be kept minimal... That would be great. As long as it doesn't access its memory very

Re: [freenet-dev] Question about an important design decision of the WoT plugin

2009-05-14 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Wednesday, 13. May 2009 16:33:29 Arne Babenhauserheide wrote: Voting not on users but on messages (objects): Short additional info: You never rate users directly but only check how much their votes correspond with yours. If they correspond positively (they vote up what you vote up) you use

Re: [freenet-dev] Infocalypse feedback (Mercurial over Freenet)

2009-05-16 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Monday, 11. May 2009 21:20:49 Arne Babenhauserheide wrote: The only problem I still have is that keeping the uris in the central config file didn't work (all paths in the config file were lowercase while the real paths aren't - maybe that's connected to the issue). This problem seems fixed

Re: [freenet-dev] Usability test results

2009-05-16 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Friday, 15. May 2009 22:07:34 xor wrote: Wouldn't it take much load off the internet, i.e. small bandwidth connections, if any nodes which are connected via LAN used the LAN for routing requests if possible? I assume that it would also help privacy, because then timing analysis and similar

Re: [freenet-dev] Usability test results

2009-05-18 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Saturday, 16. May 2009 16:02:19 Thomas Sachau wrote: Additionally, Gentoo is about choice, if there is a warning, the user can choose, with a forcing script, there is no choice, which is a bad idea for this philosophy, therefor i vote against such a script for linux. But in Gentoo it would

[freenet-dev] Using standard ports of encrypted protocols

2009-05-18 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Hi, It would be nice, if I could tell freenet to use standard ports for communication - especially for connections inside a LAN (where the possibility that an admin is watching all used ports might be a bit higher than on the internet). I'd think it would be useful to just test a list of

Re: [freenet-dev] Usability test results

2009-05-18 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Sunday, 17. May 2009 00:59:13 Matthew Toseland wrote: Not much point hiding it if you're broadcasting the existence of nodes via MDNSDiscovery! ...you're right for OpenNet... should have seen that before. I assume only a full steganographic announcement framework could help there (have

Re: [freenet-dev] Using standard ports of encrypted protocols

2009-05-19 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Tuesday, 19. May 2009 07:14:20 3BUIb3S50i 3BUIb3S50i wrote: use-the-port-80-443-53-1863-for-comunicationand vote (3 points) for this idea. I just added the mailbody as comment :) Best wishes, Arne --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- - singing a part of

Re: [freenet-dev] Usability test results

2009-05-19 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Monday, 18. May 2009 15:50:30 Thomas Sachau wrote: Do you know the numbers of possible browsers? You dont want to add a useflag for each of them and additionally this would force the user to use exactly the one browser selected by useflag. Additionally, what happens, when the selected

Re: [freenet-dev] Using standard ports of encrypted protocols

2009-05-20 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Wednesday, 20. May 2009 18:14:53 Matthew Toseland wrote: Depends on your threat model. Freenet traffic clearly doesn't look like these without proper stego transport plugins, and the connections between nodes definitely don't look like them, unless what you are imitating is purely peer to

Re: [freenet-dev] Why WoTs won't work....

2009-05-23 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Friday, 22. May 2009 23:10:42 Mike Bush wrote: I have been watching this debate an I was wondering whether it could help to have 2 sets of trust values for each identity in a trust list, this could mean you could mark an identity as spamming or that I don't want to see these posts again as

Re: [freenet-dev] Why current ui may be improved, and proposed improvements

2009-05-23 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Friday, 22. May 2009 23:38:35 Matthew Toseland wrote: Putting the messages only here is a bad idea. Some of these messages are IMPORTANT. What we need to do is: - show the summary on the Browse Freenet page and maybe others - reduce the number of messages by coalescing them and shifting

Re: [freenet-dev] Why current ui may be improved, and proposed improvements

2009-05-23 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Saturday, 23. May 2009 02:20:23 Clément wrote: A always seeable (sorry for new words...) button 'Shutdown the node' and 'Restart the node' You want to encourage people to shut down? IMHO the best way to do that is with a system tray icon. Hum, in all application you can always

Re: [freenet-dev] Why WoTs won't work....

2009-05-23 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Saturday, 23. May 2009 16:06:51 Matthew Toseland wrote: People will game the system, no? If they think paedophiles are scum who should not be allowed to speak, and they realise that clicking This is spam is more effective than This is crap, they will click the former, no? Not if the

Re: [freenet-dev] Why current ui may be improved, and proposed improvements

2009-05-24 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Saturday, 23. May 2009 20:03:25 Matthew Toseland wrote: Well, no other alert is shown in full at the moment. Isn't it better to just say You have 5 messages from friends ? Or You have 1 new messages from friends ? I'm not perfectly sure, but I think it would suffice. Maybe I reacted too

Re: [freenet-dev] Why current ui may be improved, and proposed improvements

2009-05-24 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Sunday, 24. May 2009 16:52:00 xor wrote: Full ACK. Friends page HAS to be separate to encourage users to establish darknet connections. Maybe we should even write something about Freenet becoming faster with more friend connections - if that's true? From my experience it is faster - I added

Re: [freenet-dev] The installer is NOT signed

2009-05-25 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Monday, 25. May 2009 13:53:45 Florent Daignière wrote: And we learnt about it ... Yesterday. Great! We NEED to find a better way to get feedback from users. Couldn't a bug report function be integrated directly into the web-interface? Upper-right corner, a little bug icon with the text

Re: [freenet-dev] Why current ui may be improved, and proposed improvements

2009-05-27 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Tuesday, 26. May 2009 19:16:14 Matthew Toseland wrote: On Sunday 24 May 2009 17:30:00 Arne Babenhauserheide wrote: On Sunday, 24. May 2009 16:52:00 xor wrote: Full ACK. Friends page HAS to be separate to encourage users to establish darknet connections. Maybe we should even write

Re: [freenet-dev] Question about an important design decision of the WoT plugin

2009-05-27 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Wednesday, 27. May 2009 19:53:01 Evan Daniel wrote: I have only very rarely had any difficulty determining whether a message was spam or not. Why would this be any different? Of course Advogato gives you the same ability, that is the entire point. The precise algorithm is different, but

Re: [freenet-dev] Getting rid of emu: an option

2009-05-31 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Saturday, 30. May 2009 19:41:24 Matthew Toseland wrote: Emu is constantly segfaulting in php-cgi, this is one reason to want to move. It would be partly solved by making it all static. What exactly is needed? I have some 2GiB diskspace and unknown bandwidth laying unused (I grabbed a

Re: [freenet-dev] Getting rid of emu: an option

2009-06-02 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Monday, 1. June 2009 11:39:13 Matthew Toseland wrote: Having said that, we might need somewhere to put mantis, if we decide to keep it (although everyone else seems to want to get rid of it). We don't have any other need for php afaik, although we need SSL redirects. How about hosting

Re: [freenet-dev] Freenet controller apps for Mac OS X

2009-06-02 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Monday, 1. June 2009 17:29:05 steve wrote: I looked into doing this with Java to make it cross platform, but since most Macs lack java6 right now it is non-trivial, and java6 is where the systray class was apparently introduced. Could this work with the crossplatform GNUstep library as

Re: [freenet-dev] Getting rid of emu: an option

2009-06-02 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Monday, 1. June 2009 13:55:29 sashee wrote: We had a policy where I worked for some time, that if a bug is inactive for some time, and cannot be reproduced by the developer, will be force closed. I know that from many other projects. IIRC Gentoo uses NEEDINFO for that. Best wishes,

Re: [freenet-dev] Freenet controller apps for Mac OS X

2009-06-02 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Tuesday, 2. June 2009 09:35:24 steve wrote: I can certainly look into it, and i know of some projects to make it possible. Great! Many thanks! - Arne --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- - singing a part of the history of free software -

Re: [freenet-dev] Getting rid of emu: an option

2009-06-02 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Tuesday, 2. June 2009 13:53:37 Daniel Cheng wrote: I have had some very bad experience with SF's servers around year 2001. It was slow and buggy. Is that fixed now? They did some nice updates - I didn't have bad experiences with it for years, now. - Arne --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Re: [freenet-dev] About the website

2009-06-02 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Tuesday, 2. June 2009 16:45:25 Matthew Toseland wrote: I don't understand what the point is. A progress bar implies that for some period of the year we are soliciting donations actively, and for the rest of the year we are not. I think a progress bar would only be useful if there'd be a

Re: [freenet-dev] About the website

2009-06-02 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Tuesday, 2. June 2009 17:48:34 Matthew Toseland wrote: IMHO the above is totally unrealistic. Does that settle the Progress bar question? - Arne --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- - singing a part of the history of free software -

Re: [freenet-dev] Getting rid of emu: an option

2009-06-03 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Wednesday, 3. June 2009 19:08:07 Matthew Toseland wrote: Web hosting (of static files). Sourceforge provide this, and it should perform well. If there is no dynamic code there should be no administrative overhead. They don't allow generating money from the webhosting, so SF can't solve

Re: [freenet-dev] Getting rid of emu: an option

2009-06-03 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Wednesday, 3. June 2009 19:08:07 Matthew Toseland wrote: Mantis: We could run this ourselves using php+mysql on sourceforge servers, but we would have to admin it ourselves. Their hosted apps service does not currently support importing data, so we would not be able to use that to host our

Re: [freenet-dev] Getting rid of emu: an option

2009-06-04 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Thursday, 4. June 2009 14:58:35 Matthew Toseland wrote: Can you elaborate on this? Are you saying that the only way to take donations with sourceforge is through sourceforge's donations system? That could cost us a significant amount of money... That's what I read in their docs: --

Re: [freenet-dev] Trying to move forward on getting rid of emu

2009-06-05 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Thursday, 4. June 2009 20:02:13 Matthew Toseland wrote: I vote for lighthouse. I've used Mantis, Trac, and Fogbugz, and Lighthouse is better than all. It is simple, user friendly, doesn't impose any particular way of working, and it has a flexible API. How is it different to Mantis

Re: [freenet-dev] Trying to move forward on getting rid of emu

2009-06-07 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Friday, 5. June 2009 21:59:46 Matthew Toseland wrote: I already had that feeling about uservoice, but there I though oh well, it's not really integral for freenet. But the bugtracker is integral, and relying on a proprietary solution for an integral part of freenet is dangerous.

Re: [freenet-dev] Trying to move forward on getting rid of emu

2009-06-07 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Saturday, 6. June 2009 00:49:42 Ian Clarke wrote: Its only a bugtracker. If they were to suddenly go evil (which they have no incentive to do) then it would be an annoyance, but not a disaster - we'd just move elsewhere. When we take a look at the current search for a new solution, I think

Re: [freenet-dev] Trying to move forward on getting rid of emu

2009-06-07 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Saturday, 6. June 2009 00:43:12 Ian Clarke wrote: Is it free? (I couldn't get that information from my first glance on the site) No. :| Yes it is, its free for open source projects, see http://sera.lighthouseapp.com/plans That's gratis but not libre, so it isn't free. Matthew got

Re: [freenet-dev] Trying to move forward on getting rid of emu

2009-06-08 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Monday, 8. June 2009 03:22:13 steve wrote: As others have pointed out, we're only talking about a bug tracker, at most it is an annoyance and not a threat to the projects security A bugtracker is _very close_ to a development dependency. How much time did we now spend with searching for a

Re: [freenet-dev] Trying to move forward on getting rid of emu

2009-06-08 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Monday, 8. June 2009 05:44:58 Ian Clarke wrote: And no matter how nice these people are, do you trust their strengths of principles not to stab our back when they get threatened, if their principles aren't even strong enough to make their project free software? What if it isn't that

Re: [freenet-dev] Trying to move forward on getting rid of emu

2009-06-11 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Montag, 8. Juni 2009 12:10:39 schrieb Florent Daigniere: No way. Bugzilla is everything but usable in our case. OK. So it's Trac (with complex import but DVCS integration), Mantis (which some don't like) or an unfree solution. Did I miss one? I didn't yet include roundup, because I only

Re: [freenet-dev] About the website

2009-06-15 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Samstag, 13. Juni 2009 21:53:58 schrieb Evan Daniel: I don't know. I don't see such an option in WP, but I don't know much about the underlying software. To have a safe wiki it would also be posible to follow the path the GNU/Hurd took: Have a wiki with DVCS backend. That way has a few

Re: [freenet-dev] About the website

2009-06-16 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Dienstag, 16. Juni 2009 19:52:32 schrieb Matthew Toseland: Okay. The homepage now says: ' Freenet is free software which lets you anonymously share files, browse and publish web sites, and chat on forums, without fear of censorship. Users are anonymous, and Freenet is entirely

Re: [freenet-dev] The new blue gradient website background

2009-06-16 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch, 17. Juni 2009 02:06:06 schrieb Daniel Cheng: Blue Gradient background won't work, because: But it looked very nice to me, and I could read the text quite well... --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- - singing a part of the history of free

Re: [freenet-dev] About the website

2009-06-17 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch, 17. Juni 2009 05:26:25 schrieb Luke771: Browse and publish 'freesites' (Freenet-hosted websites) This one sounds very nice to me. It gets people into the freenet-speech and at the same time tells them why we use it (what's the difference between a freesite and a normal website).

Re: [freenet-dev] Good screenshots needed

2009-06-17 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch, 17. Juni 2009 08:06:30 schrieb Daniel Cheng: The bad thing is: our fproxy homepage don't have any picture. Those little ActiveLinks icons got disabled by default. Try using Firefox - at least for me it shows the activelinks. Wishes, Arne --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

[freenet-dev] Freenet-Cards: ID cards with your node-ref

2009-09-21 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Hi, A few years back I wrote freenet-cards which you can give your friends so they can easily check your node-ref. For a long time these lived only on a freesite, but I just pushed them on a normal website to help spread freenet. - http://freenetcard.draketo.de/ Please use them as you see

Re: [freenet-dev] Freenet-Cards: ID cards with your node-ref

2009-09-22 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Dienstag, 22. September 2009 21:32:36 schrieb Robert Hailey: - http://freenetcard.draketo.de/ I really like the *idea*, but I wish it were easier to implement. It would be a pain to enter that huge noderef by hand. ... freenet://192.168.0.128:4567/14/xYaEue344 ... Couldn't we then fetch

Re: [freenet-dev] Freenet-Cards: ID cards with your node-ref

2009-09-23 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch, 23. September 2009 10:02:52 schrieb VolodyA! V Anarhist: There was a proposal more than a couple of years ago to create poems for the node reference. In fact there were two source-ready versions posted on this list. They would be way too long to put on a business card, but

Re: [freenet-dev] New server, current status of services

2010-01-31 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Dienstag, 26. Januar 2010 21:34:47 schrieb Clément Vollet: last one is six months old); and by news, I don't mean a news about a switch of server like I suggested above, but news about the life of the project (development, new plugins, tech stuff, etc.). Maybe the users won't understand all

Re: [freenet-dev] Future of disk encryption in Freenet?

2010-08-02 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Sunday 01 August 2010 12:14:51 Ximin Luo wrote: So yes we should just drop physical security. To do it properly we'll have to fuck with parts of people's machines we really shouldn't be fucking with; and if they are that paranoid (I am) they should just encrypt their entire disks, which

[freenet-dev] Mockup for a freenet theme: rabbit hole

2011-02-07 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Hi, I created a mockup for a freenet theme. My main goal was getting the structure out of the way of the content, so I went for a horizontal menu with horizontal submenu (persistent) all done with CSS for performance and cleanlyness :) The rest is done with the theme „into the rabbit hole“ in

Re: [freenet-dev] Mockup for a freenet theme: rabbit hole

2011-02-08 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Tuesday 08 February 2011 09:01:28 Daniel Kanaan wrote: Nice clean theme. Thanks! signature.asc Description: This is a digitally signed message part. ___ Devl mailing list Devl@freenetproject.org

Re: [freenet-dev] Mockup for a freenet theme: rabbit hole

2011-02-08 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Tuesday 08 February 2011 13:36:14 Volodya wrote: I had some issues with the menu. Sometimes when you hover over the menu and submenu opens it is tricky to move the mouse in the way that doesn't close the submenu. Is it better now? I increased the active area. - Volodya

Re: [freenet-dev] Call for seednodes and explanation of current problems

2011-02-11 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Saturday 05 February 2011 18:39:49 Matthew Toseland wrote: We need more seednodes. I will explain the broader situation below. If you can run a seednode - which means you need a forwarded port, a reasonably static IP address (or dyndns name), and a reasonable amount of bandwidth (especially

Re: [freenet-dev] Unhosted web apps over Freenet: Restricted API for WoT-based Javascript was Re: [unhosted] Unhosted and Freenet Project

2011-03-05 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Monday 14 February 2011 09:08:28 Michiel de Jong wrote: I may remember this incorrectly, but I think when I tried out freenet, it's a desktop application, and not a localhost http service, right? Freenet is a localhost http-service. I already used it remotely quite often by just tunnelling

Re: [freenet-dev] Unhosted web apps over Freenet: Restricted API for WoT-based Javascript was Re: [unhosted] Unhosted and Freenet Project

2011-03-11 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Thursday 10 March 2011 19:06:46 Michiel de Jong wrote: Still, since you're already distributing the web app, i don't see so much added advantage in separating the app from the data (which is what unhosted is all about). it makes sense to put javascript into freenet extension, but not so

Re: [freenet-dev] [GSOC2011] Transport plugins and steganography

2011-03-13 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Hi Andrea, On Saturday 12 March 2011 12:22:22 mambro wrote: do you still consider a good GSOC project the implementation of transport plugins to make freenet to run over TCP (and maybe HTTP) and to implement some steganography techniques to hide the traffic from network analyzers? I do

Re: [freenet-dev] Should we accept Flattr?

2011-04-13 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
I think Flattr is a great way to support websites. For freenet it might be useful, because Freenet is often in the news and so people who just like the idea can give their support. I use it on my sites. It is neither free software, nor anonymous, though. Best wishes, Arne

Re: [freenet-dev] [GSoC 2011] Idea : Porting to Apache Struts

2011-04-19 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Tuesday 19 April 2011 19:35:41 Matthew Toseland wrote: Plus, ideally we'd like Freenet to support multiple logins. That would be cool! Then we could add real gateways to WoT, creating a decentral, anonymizing (as long as you can trust your gateway) social network. …getting even more excited

Re: [freenet-dev] Idea for marketing, related to GSoC student decision

2011-04-20 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Tuesday 19 April 2011 19:22:09 Matthew Toseland wrote: On Monday 18 Apr 2011 15:49:50 xor wrote: IF we get a decent new web interface done which integrates all of those, we could make a theme which completely looks like Facebook and then do a major press release which claims something

Re: [freenet-dev] Greetings Freenet Devs

2011-05-30 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
On Sunday 29 May 2011 21:29:22 Tom Elovi Spruce wrote: 2. Creating a free web publishing platform for everyone. This way, you can convince people to be part of the opennet and get more nodes. Maybe this will lead to having the opennet feel just as responsive as the typical client-server

Re: [freenet-dev] Most users drop out before the first-time wizard is finished

2011-07-14 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Update: We worked a bit on the first time user experience. Reasoning: Only 1 choice at startup: default setting or wizard. → http://piratepad.net/H3kOp3QXuV Current version, without the text markup: 3 scenarios: - With invite. Can stay darknet or enable opennet as well for better

Re: [freenet-dev] Hello

2011-08-10 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Hi Zurc, Welcome to Freenet! Am Mittwoch, 10. August 2011, 14:17:22 schrieb Zurc: I can imagine it takes quite a bit of processing to figure out which of those ten computers had the furry porn because the cache on each of the computers is 30ish gig big, so thats 300 gigabytes worth of not

Re: [freenet-dev] Beyond New Load Management: A proposal

2011-08-29 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Montag, 29. August 2011, 14:32:13 schrieb Ian Clarke: Yes, small tweaks have worked so well for us for the last decade, leaving us pretty-much where we were in 2003. No, we don't understand how the current system works, there is no point in trying to fix something when we don't even know

Re: [freenet-dev] Beyond New Load Management: A proposal

2011-08-29 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
apologise if you see this as rather a broadside after I encouraged you to analyse the problem, but it is not yet a convincing demonstration that queueing is a viable strategy and not the spawn of satan! :) On Monday 29 Aug 2011 21:27:01 Arne Babenhauserheide wrote: Am Montag, 29. August 2011, 14

Re: [freenet-dev] Queueing doesn't use any bandwidth was Re: Beyond New Load Management

2011-08-30 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Dienstag, 30. August 2011, 12:32:17 schrieb Ian Clarke: Regardless, even if queueing doesn't use additional bandwidth or CPU resources, it also doesn't use any less of these resources - so it doesn't actually help to alleviate any load (unless it results in a timeout in which case it uses

Re: [freenet-dev] Beyond New Load Management: A proposal

2011-08-30 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Dienstag, 30. August 2011, 01:08:16 schrieb Arne Babenhauserheide: 5) solution: count each SSK as only average_SSK_success_rate * data_to_transfer_on_success. Some more data: chances of having at least this many successful transfers for 40 SSKs with a mean success rate of 16%: for i

Re: [freenet-dev] Beyond New Load Management: A proposal

2011-08-31 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Mittwoch, 31. August 2011, 13:25:35 schrieb Matthew Toseland: On Tuesday 30 Aug 2011 21:02:54 Arne Babenhauserheide wrote: what this means: if a SSK has a mean success rate of 0.16, then using 0.25 as value makes sure that 95% of the possible cases don’t exhaust the bandwidth. We

Re: [freenet-dev] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1401

2011-09-01 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Donnerstag, 1. September 2011, 17:02:16 schrieb xor: On Wednesday 31 August 2011 15:05:59 Matthew Toseland wrote: I believed I had seriously screwed everything up and wasted 6 months' work at the same time; Don't be that strict with yourself. Even if the code isn't of much use you have

Re: [freenet-dev] How to gather more data was Re: Beyond New Load Management: A proposal

2011-09-02 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Freitag, 2. September 2011, 12:20:02 schrieb Ian Clarke: On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 8:00 AM, Matthew Toseland t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote: WE NEED MORE DATA. Well, my gut tells me that our existing scheme is likely too complicated to fix unless we are extremely fortuitous, however

Re: [freenet-dev] How to gather more data was Re: Beyond New Load Management: A proposal

2011-09-02 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Am Freitag, 2. September 2011, 23:34:29 schrieb Matthew Toseland: If the load balancer does not have some hidden delicacies, there is a very simple check to see if my understanding is right. Since SSKs are mostly unsuccessfull and are about 50% of the requests, the bandwidth limiter

Re: [freenet-dev] How to gather more data was Re: Beyond New Load Management: A proposal

2011-09-10 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide
Hi, At Sat, 03 Sep 2011 00:53:58 +0200, Arne Babenhauserheide wrote: Am Freitag, 2. September 2011, 23:34:29 schrieb Matthew Toseland: If the load balancer does not have some hidden delicacies, there is a very simple check to see if my understanding is right. No, it takes into account

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