[freenet-support] Req: official release of patch for 0.5

2007-11-12 Thread Matthew Toseland
Applied patch. Although it had to be done manually - something caused lots of spurious invisible \240's characters in the below text. No idea how to rebuild stable, I'll try to get around to it at some point. On Friday 02 November 2007 04:50, Nomen Nescio wrote: > (please excuse me if this is a

Re: [freenet-support] Req: official release of patch for 0.5

2007-11-12 Thread Matthew Toseland
Applied patch. Although it had to be done manually - something caused lots of spurious invisible \240's characters in the below text. No idea how to rebuild stable, I'll try to get around to it at some point. On Friday 02 November 2007 04:50, Nomen Nescio wrote: (please excuse me if this is a

[freenet-support] Req: official release of patch for 0.5

2007-11-05 Thread Matthew Toseland
We will distribute a fixed release shortly. On Fri, Nov 02, 2007 at 05:10:07AM +0100, Nomen Nescio wrote: > (please excuse me if this is a duplicate) > > Toad, > > Recently a message by you was xposted to 0.5 about a crypto weakness you > folks discovered in 0.7 that 0.5 is also subject to. >

[freenet-support] Req: official release of patch for 0.5

2007-11-02 Thread Malkus Lindroos
According to the open source -principle, there definitely should be a solution for this. The current dictatorship of "knowing better" than the users what is good for them and what is not is more like Apple than an open source -project. If users want to have an opennet with loads of peers, why not

[freenet-support] Req: official release of patch for 0.5

2007-11-02 Thread Nomen Nescio
(please excuse me if this is a duplicate) Toad, Recently a message by you was xposted to 0.5 about a crypto weakness you folks discovered in 0.7 that 0.5 is also subject to. After some discussion, one individual came up with a patch and procedure for fixing this on 0.5. While a lot will