mimisbrunnr: Logged on 2018-06-30 02:06 mircea_popescu: eg : ask ~every single blogger on wordpress.com~ whether they wouldn't like their own hosting. you know those shitheels a) conspire to fuck up the internet and b) fleece the poor noobs something fierce. why not hurt an imperial outfit while helping some rando anontards ?
lobbes: and if so, would it be permissible to run such a mailer from the rockchip, or would this violate the "no-spam" clause?
BingoBoingo: Rockchip would not be the place to run a mass mailer
BingoBoingo: We really aren't equipped to shelter a mass mailer.
lobbes: Kk. I'll explore avenue of trying to do it out of homebase. My public toilet lappy seems like it would fit the bill; I just gotta research my home isp's terms and/or figure out a proxy server solution
lobbes: I'll update as I move forward. Btw, I have a draft of a formal 'sales report' I'll release tonight. I figure I'll release monthly reports in this manner
mod6: ben_vulpes: Let's talk through what needs doing and when as soon as you can.
mod6: Are there any other pressing matters that we need to be resolved right this moment?
BingoBoingo: <mod6> Are there any other pressing matters that we need to be resolved right this moment? << I need to put together a list of known recurring costs with the apartment and estimated recurring costs
mimisbrunnr: Logged on 2018-07-05 17:47 mircea_popescu: BingoBoingo btw, here's an idea : suppose someone from pizarro were to contact ~all the "sexuality cultural war" websites out there, "feminists" "mra" whatever, and proposed pizarro sponsorship ?
mimisbrunnr: Logged on 2018-07-09 14:23 BingoBoingo: <mod6> Are there any other pressing matters that we need to be resolved right this moment? << I need to put together a list of known recurring costs with the apartment and estimated recurring costs
mod6: So the worry was that we do the fishing, and we might not have enough resources to cover?
BingoBoingo: Well, the more immediate concern is making sure we are ammenable to having something
ben_vulpes: BingoBoingo: i am still waiting on an email from the dhl expediter asking for id for the ssd shipment
mod6: We'll need good market participation. Perhaps this can be something that could be broken down into smaller lots. i.e. 0.1 each tranche or something. maybe more digestable for bidders at auction. however, is there a max number of WU's one can revieve each month? Picture; wot-guy-X buys 0.1, sends WU to BB, and the same with wot-guy-Y and wot-guy-Z.
mod6: next question: when is the drop-dead date to have (all) WU payments to BB (day of the month) ?
mod6: lobbes: do all auctions need to be quoted in coppers?
mod6: (since this is no longer 1:1, I do not see this as acceptable)
mod6: (would be nice to so how quote satoshi, or maybe there can be a hidden '#pizarro specific' command ?
mod6: let me know what you think will work best :]
mod6: On another tangent, I did see that Mr. P. brought up his advertising on [4|8]-chan recently. I had been thinking about this a few weeks back -- perhaps when I made the banner ads.
mod6: I'm not sure what we might get out of an ad-campeign there, but it might be worth trying. Do we still know anyone over there?
BingoBoingo: <mod6> next question: when is the drop-dead date to have (all) WU payments to BB (day of the month) ? << Most convenient is the 15th, monthly bills start coming due the 20th for the local taxes
diana_coman: mod6, 10 coppers = 1 satoshi if that's any help
mod6: yeah, thanks diana_coman -- i rememered that it did a 10:1 split at one point
mod6: ok. we'll take what we can get, but I'll try to say "wire" preferred.
mod6: do i have all the needed banking info and things for WU and Wire for you?
mod6: I probably do somewhere, if you have a spare minute today, perhaps put the WU info at the top of a text file, and then stick all of the necessary Wire info after a line of '----------' at the bottom.
mod6: Another thing that comes to mind with doing a 'Wire' is that we'll have to ensure that people who do this are in the wot, ofc, but additionally, we'll need to probably wait until we release the coins.
BingoBoingo: The one other relevant concern here is the fiat side paperwork. We can probably go up to 2100 or 2200 USD a month before I outgrow my current fiat business classification and have to worry about VAT bullshit. Anything over that amount would be safer handled by sending Bitcoin here for me to flip on localbitcoins
mimisbrunnr: Logged on 2018-07-09 17:59 mod6: lobbes: hit me up, let's start the bidding.
lobbes: I'm knee-deep in saecular nonsense atm, but I'm 'working from home' today so I'll be nearby my terminal if you have any questions/issues
lobbes: http://logs.bvulpes.com/pizarro?d=2018-7-9#396269 << I would want to both give this some thought and give the current eulora users time to weigh in before making any drastic changes to the functionality of the commands. That being said, I don't readily see any problems with -displaying- the BTC amount next to the ECU amount in the auction announce lists
mimisbrunnr: Logged on 2018-07-09 18:05 mod6: (would be nice to so how quote satoshi, or maybe there can be a hidden '#pizarro specific' command ?
mats: this is the last task preventing inclusion of pgp keys in the form (primary key packet: ssh pubkey, user id packet: ip addr found + ssh comment string + tls fields + http title, sub key packet: tls pubkey)
mats: asciilifeform: in the absence of a answer for subkey insertion, i'm going to separately submit ssh and tls keys
asciilifeform: shinohai: i can't speak for others, but i personally want no part of a 'secret trb'.
shinohai: nor i, nor secret v or seekret anything really
asciilifeform: shinohai: i described ( see #t log ) several cases where i did not openly publish a src , that made sense to me for practical reasons ( phuctor back-end; the radio thing ) but from my pov it was 'necessary evil'.
shinohai: thats .... sort of a different use case, and for tactical reason you would not want to reveal phuctor
asciilifeform: shinohai: the logic should be quite easy to understand -- i have no desire to help 'mit phuctor' to be built; and i do not want to feed the first handful of radio operators straight to usg.
mod6: <@asciilifeform> shinohai: #trilema-mod6 has worked as 'trb minutiae chan' for a long time << yeah, you can get an invite into there if you wanna discuss anything trb-related. I kinda use it to keep noise out of trilema; i.e. when people need help setting up their environments, etc.
lobbes: Ftr I do not consider shinohai an 'enemy' (in fact I will readily admit his technological superiority to me). However, I also won't sit idly by when someone decides to use nonsense reasoning *outside of the main forum where it could be judged as such* to attack my reputation. I.e. Hate my face all you want, but have the balls to say so in the court, with honor, as opposed to slinging shit from bushes like a monkey. Thats my only "beef"
lobbes: Aside from that, I actually like the guy (even follow his blog)
lobbes: But nonsense is nonsense, no matter from what source
shinohai: Will gladly dust off the antique dueling pistols in storage. I think I still have fencing swords even.
lobbes: Really, I think the guy has some unspoken beef with me that he never aired (which, he should have aired). But instead of airing it manifests in odd behavior that I can't make sense of. I'd be fine if he just went in #t and said "lobbes is stupid. Here's why" instead of all the passive "???"
mod6: Ah, np! Just wanted to be sure. When we get a price on the 100Gb of disk-space, we'll let you know a monthy cost on that. Then you can decide how many months you want to go with that.
mod6: I don't believe at this time that we have "quota" set up on there, so it's "on your honor" so to speak. ben_vulpes BingoBoingo plz to correct if I'm mistaken about the disk size constraints per user.
mod6: mats you will have access to your rockchip until August 1st.
mod6: BingoBoingo: On August 1st, we can scrub mats rockchip and place it back up for rental. Please ask me before any action is taken, just so we're 100% we're good to nuke.
mats: with a 1.9tb table, a deduplication query (bigquery is append-only, no unique constraints or primary keys afaik) based on one 40kb-sized column produced a table half the original size in about 4 minutes
mats: which is good, because a digitalocean droplet with 2tb disk costs ~480/mo