GNUnet 0.11.0

Ian Flores
Ian Flores

GNUnet is a new network protocol stack for building secure, distributed, and privacy-preserving applications. With strong roots in academic research, our goal is to replace the old insecure Internet protocol stack.
GNUnet provides privacy by design, improving addressing, routing, naming and content distribution in a technically robust manner - as opposed to ad-hoc designs in place today.
gnunet.org

Discuss

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SXML
gnu.org/software/guix/manual/en/html_node/Using-the-Configuration-System.html
mumble.net/~campbell/scheme/style.txt
old.gnunet.org/

Nicholas Turner
Nicholas Turner

Oh shit, they changed the website too. Have they unfucked the UI yet?

Hunter Bailey
Hunter Bailey

Discuss
Does it actually do any of that?

Benjamin Jenkins
Benjamin Jenkins

They also changed the logo. First pic related was the old one.
The new one looks very much like the GuixSD logo. Neat that they're keeping a rather uniform design.

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Camden Williams
Camden Williams

New logo is a reminder to vagina worship.

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Anthony Russell
Anthony Russell

When I tried to run this shit, it took up 90% of CPU resources, running almost as heavy as Freenet when it first turns on, but without going down. Did they fix this pajeetism?

Brody Powell
Brody Powell

The version in apt is still using the V-Tech Learning Laptop design. These are the people to blame for that, btw. They're credited under the "Artwork" tab


Jakub 'jimmac' Steiner <[email protected]>
Christian Muellner <[email protected]>
Alex Jones <[email protected]>
Nicklas Larsson <[email protected]>

Liam Lee
Liam Lee

Idiotic lines drawings
We're artists!
Alex Jones
ntlworld
new time line world
What is happening here?

Jackson Ward
Jackson Ward

vagina worship
It's a file sharing program, meaning those cis male abled nerds are promoting raep culture

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Kayden Gonzalez
Kayden Gonzalez

network protocol stack
has an UI

It's useless and will never catch on. Not even a cult following.

Juan Foster
Juan Foster

I'm waiting for GNUnet browser using Guile instead of html, css and js. The state of today's www is insane - three different languages for displaying some shitty text and photo of a soyboy drinking a coffe. Just for that thousands of exploits and security holes.

Grayson Davis
Grayson Davis

Alex Jones
the timelines are crossing again

Jack Ward
Jack Ward

What makes guile better then html/css? literal shit is better then javascript so guile should be better too

Mason Young
Mason Young

What makes guile better then html/css? literal shit is better then javascript so guile should be better too
XML is an ugly reinvention of s-expressions, (guile (scheme (lisp-dialects))) use. Scheme is good for writing domain specific languages, for example language GuixSD uses for system configuration.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SXML
gnu.org/software/guix/manual/en/html_node/Using-the-Configuration-System.html
You can have one language to rule them all.

Owen Powell
Owen Powell

You can have one language to do everything, why it hasn't been done is beyond me.

James Jones
James Jones

The only single language that could do everything equally well would be a lisp, and then only because it would do everything equally badly.

HTML isn't just s-expressions. It is text with markup embedded in it, where that markup can have parameters passed to it. You can describe it as a tree, and encode that tree using s-expr, but the result will be way uglier even than HTML.

Christopher Hernandez
Christopher Hernandez

I'd just like to interject for moment. What you're refering to as Vagina, is in fact, Female Reproductive System/Vagina, or as I've recently taken to calling it, Female Reproductive System plus Vagina. Vagina is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning Female Reproductive system made useful by the Female genetics, chromosomes and vital system components comprising a full RS as defined by PENIS.

Many sex users run a modified version of the Female Reproductive System system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of Female Reproductive System which is widely fucked today is often called Vagina, and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the Female Reproductive System system, developed by the GNU Project.

There really is a Vagina, and there are people are using it, but it is just a part of the system they use. Vagina is the fuckhole: the part of the system that directs the benis to the other programs that you run. The vagina is an essential part of a reproductive system, but useless by itself; it can only function in the context of a complete reproductive system. Vagina is normally used in combination with the Female Reproductive System: the whole system is basically Female Reproductive System with Vagina added, or Female Reproductive System/Vagina. All the so-called Vagina distributions are really distributions of Female Reproductive System/Vagina!

Henry Roberts
Henry Roberts

Guile is also better, because it is the official GNU extension language and in all lisp dialects programs are data. You don't have to have a separate languages for describing a webpage's content, it's look and behaviour - you just have one language.
The only single language that could do everything equally well would be a lisp, and then only because it would do everything equally badly.
Look at SXML. In my opinion it looks better, than HTML. It removes unnecessary closing tag.

Caleb Jenkins
Caleb Jenkins

It is text with markup embedded in it, where that markup can have parameters passed to it.
So can s-expressions as well. Here is how Guile does it:
(div (@ (class "tableau")
(id "derp"))
(p
"Hello everyone, "
(a (@ (href "#"))
"OP")
" is a faggot."))

The corresponding HTML:
<div class="tableau" id="derp">
<p>Hello everyone, <a href="#">OP</a> is a faggot.</p>
</div>

I use Guile to generate HTML pages and it's a pretty simple process, since SXML is just a list I can transform and splice in arbitrary Scheme code, and once all transformations are done I render it to HTML.

Christian Campbell
Christian Campbell

tfw it took GNU of all things to make Lisp actually useful
How does it feel, Lisp weenies?

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Isaac Young
Isaac Young

Don't forget, women are the devil.

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Kevin Lopez
Kevin Lopez

kikes: privacy respecting systems for goyim? Shut it down!
sjw: say no more

Camden Smith
Camden Smith

GNU starts out as a member of the MIT AI Lab who worked on the Lisp machine OS rebelling against Symbolics' jewery
kickstarts a FOSS unixlike operating system
linux and bsd come along
kills commercial Unix and replaces it with free software
comes full circle and makes Lisp useful again

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Ian Cruz
Ian Cruz

I agree. Only us based russo-israeli homosexual magapeeds are allowed.

Angel Rodriguez
Angel Rodriguez

3d of any sort

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Nicholas Robinson
Nicholas Robinson

Is GNUnet safe like Tor or I2P? I don't think so. If I use GNUnet when I share CP, I will be arrested. It looks like similar to Freenet. Many pedophiles who use Freenet were arrested.

Camden Williams
Camden Williams

You can have one language to do everything
With webassembly you can replace almost all javascript with pure C. You can even load binaries directly into the browser so the goyim can't even see your obfuscated javascript.

You still have to use a little javascript glue to use it, and your still using html/css to actually display anything.

Isaiah Ross
Isaiah Ross

Many pedoniggers who use Tor are also arrested, and on the other hand many pedos use Windows 10, share their shit over Facebook and Twitter, and get away scot-free. Stop trading CP over the internet like an idiot, or better yet stop masturbating to children you jewish degenerate.

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Benjamin Peterson
Benjamin Peterson

You disgust me. But fortunately you will never reproduce. So there's that.

Daniel Smith
Daniel Smith

Many pedoniggers who use Tor are also arrested
these people deserve the rope but nobody has every been arrested because Tor traffic itself was de-anonymized, it happened because:
-exploits in tor browser
-total failure in opsec

if there are vulnerabilities in the tor system itself allowing the traffic to be deanonymized then it's only glowniggers that can do it, and they are unlikely to show their hand to arrest some pedo

Jaxson Ross
Jaxson Ross

falling for this bait

Matthew Nguyen
Matthew Nguyen

I hope you do get arrested

Justin Richardson
Justin Richardson

How does it feel, Lisp weenies?
Comfy as fuck, w3c shill.

Jaxon Williams
Jaxon Williams

website isn't completely fucked when svg's are blocked and javascript is turned off
I'm liking it already.

Colton Adams
Colton Adams

Yeah Free Software sites seem to do pretty well in that regard. I rarely have to touch my blockers or anything to fully use everything on a freetard page.
based and gaypilled
If you read Richard Stallman's site, he says he really likes Lisp. It's one of his favorite languages along with C.

Jason Richardson
Jason Richardson

wtf i love lisp now

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Henry Cox
Henry Cox

<div class=tableau id=derp>
<p> Hello everyone, <a href=#>OP</a> is a faggot.
</div>

HTML allows for ommission of closing tags on <p> and a few others. Other tags are likely to span several paragraphs, so it's better to explicitly close them. This is actually one of the classic complaints about lisp, that it's impossible to tell which paren closes which, so it's funny to see people bragging about it.

Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jackson

give an example of when its hard to tell which paren closes which

Julian Baker
Julian Baker

Why does your messy look like girls bits in the inside?

Sebastian Anderson
Sebastian Anderson

This is actually one of the classic complaints about lisp, that it's impossible to tell which paren closes which, so it's funny to see people bragging about it.
Lol, no. In lisp it is always possible to tell which paren closes which, because you can't skip a closing, like in your HTML example.

Justin Murphy
Justin Murphy

HTML allows for ommission of closing tags on <p> and a few others
And that's an awful thing and should never have been allowed. In fact, I'm not even sure if it is allowed or if it's just one of those things that the browser will fix for you because we can't expect web-devs to not be retarded.

This is actually one of the classic complaints about lisp, that it's impossible to tell which paren closes which, so it's funny to see people bragging about it.
Just use a text editor that highlights matching pairs. It's useful for other languages as well.

What are you talking about? Rendering HTML or XML has been babby's first Lisp exercise since forever.

Hunter Long
Hunter Long

Take . It's unclear where the a and div tags end, because your eyes have to scan a mess of parens to see it. Post any non trivial lisp and you see the same shit. Hardcore lisp fags use a number of editor plugins to try and overcome this I believe.

Sure, you could sit there counting the parens like a faggot. But then you could memorize the intricacies of the HTML5 parsing rules too.

I'm not even sure if it is allowed or if it's just one of those things that the browser will fix for you because we can't expect web-devs to not be retarded.
God bless the living standard. After the fuck up that was XHTML, they gave up on policing browsers for being overly permisive and just accepted it.
just click on a paren whenever you want to know what matches it
strictly worse than being able to see at a glance what matches what. Also is of no use when the opening tag is over a page above the closing tag.

Bentley Bennett
Bentley Bennett

Sure, you could sit there counting the parens like a faggot. But then you could memorize the intricacies of the HTML5 parsing rules too.
You don't count them. Experienced lisper just lets them grow freely.
mumble.net/~campbell/scheme/style.txt
The actual bracket characters are simply lexical tokens to which little
significance should be assigned. Lisp programmers do not examine the
brackets individually, or, Azathoth forbid, count brackets; instead
they view the higher-level structures expressed in the program,
especially as presented by the indentation.

Adam Powell
Adam Powell

Why would you need to know where they end? Just know they because every ( has a ) and if you must really know, just move your cursor and use parenthesis color matching

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Ayden Nelson
Ayden Nelson

that newage web-design
It's shit, use this link old.gnunet.org/
I like the design of gnunet it corrects and mitigates almost everything that the other distributed and anonymous networks fails to do but be careful with one of the developers, one of the is a social justice warrior, he's making his own tail/head OS based on gnunet, he's also part of guix and emacs contributors who accepted to add a CoC to the communities, as long as Grothoff is the head og GNUnet things will be ok (I hope).
The gnu logo is shit until you see the female reproductive part, I prefer the old logo.

William Nguyen
William Nguyen

The gnu logo is shit until you see the female reproductive part, I prefer the old logo.
Fuck me
The gnu logo seems nice until you see the female reproductive part, I prefer the old logo.

Liam Reed
Liam Reed

And who manages the indentation, if not the programmer?
the editor
Ane what did I say?
lisp fags use a number of editor plugins to try and overcome this
Yes, you can solve these problems with editor configs. Enough editor configs and it'll look like your writing html, but lisp is getting stored on the disk. The fact is, these are problems that the editor needs to solve, rather than benfits of using lisp.

Nolan Barnes
Nolan Barnes

You can't unsee it.
And you know what's worse? They're just some generic ready made logos with nudesign.
There were unlimited possibilities and they chose to go the LibreOffice way.

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Asher Robinson
Asher Robinson

I'm not into advertisement fagging I have a standard but fug knowing this is extremely discouraging, I know that you only judge by the code but dam this is discouraging
Maybe if someone mailed Grothoff about Tyson tan acquaintance of making logo/mascots for free/libre software project maybe it would be better.

Adam Gonzalez
Adam Gonzalez

but be careful with one of the developers, one of the is a social justice warrior, he's making his own tail/head OS based on gnunet, he's also part of guix and emacs contributors who accepted to add a CoC to the communities
The problem with SJW ideology is that they do everything to incite violence when it comes to social interaction, even if they don't want to do so.
They take responsibility for what people else say.
They try to fix people instead of listening to the people.
They don't connect with their own needs they don't connect with other people's needs.
It's really a concentrated of creating constant passive violence.
I recently was approached by someone and he talked about non violent communication it took some time for me to understand it and it's impressive how it's correct about a lot of things.

Evan Sanchez
Evan Sanchez

non violent communication
Like when you don't beat someone up to get your point across? Because being aggressive, like calling you a faggot, is not the same as being violent, which requires physical force.

Ryan Adams
Ryan Adams

That problem doesn't even exist, but the solution of course lies in editor plug ins. Your have no point.

Ryder Gray
Ryder Gray

Not him, but why did you take an issue with that? Why did you feel the need to say what you said?
And by the way, I disagree with you, but I don't want to be convinced, right now I want to know what drove you to write what you wrote and why does it matter to you.

Ayden Richardson
Ayden Richardson

I suggest that you research the term "non violent communication".
I'll give you a short of what it is about.
Gandhi considers and has proven that there's two kind of violence, one that is physical, and the one that is passive.
Gandhi (and a lot of other people in history) has observed that passive violence is what leads to physical violence.
Calling someone a faggot in this conversations context isn't passive violence because it's an example, now calling someone a faggot
for real (unironically) is passive violence.
For example instead of saying that he's a faggot you could formulate it like this:
I do not like that this man is being sexually attracted to another man, because I think that males are biological made to reproduce with females and that not fulfilling male/female bonding is harming that man's mental health. I think the displaying of that man in an effeminate way in public is also a worrying to me because his behavior indicates to me that he mentally suffers and that people seems to accept his mental suffering is also alarming to me, I do not like seeing people suffer and not recovering from their bad health, I wish them to have fulfilling lives that brings joy to them and the people around them.

Another example of passive violence is with user In his sentence, this part:
And by the way, I disagree with you, but I don't want to be convinced
Is a form of passive violence too, because in the context he strictly said that he does not want to be convinced thus meaning that what ever you would say does not matter to him.
Of course I suppose that user did not mean that in this way because he afterword asked you to ponder on your own post, but the way he formulated does not help user to engage in your request.
Non violent communication is a way for people to be able to understand the underlying needs behind feelings/words, thus establishing mutual communication.
Same for the sentence:
but why did you take an issue with that?
This is an evaluation. user as mixed is own feelings to what he read and made an interpretation, which is called evaluation in NVC.
user you're on the right path, I encourage you to continue, NVC is hard but I think that anyone willing like yourself can do it.

I'm posting the magnet that I was given, I suggest the folder Non violent communication which contains the audio book.
magnet:?xt=urn:btih:209bc83dd197f2a721aabac76acf1bf997901825&dn=Marshall%20Rosenberg&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.coppersurfer.tk%3a6969&tr=udp%3a%2f%2fexodus.desync.com%3a6969&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.publicbt.com%3a80&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.ccc.de%3a80&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.openbittorrent.com%3a80&tr=udp%3a%2f%2fzer0day.ch%3a1337&tr=udp%3a%2f%2fopen.demonii.com%3a1337&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.leechers-paradise.org%3a6969

William Roberts
William Roberts

This is bait but whatever.
Is GNUnet safe like Tor or I2P?
Define safe.
Technically GNUnet his safer than Tor or I2P but any meshnet network have all one vulnerability which is if you don't have enough servers then you are traceable. GNUnet corrects a Tor and I2P problem tho is that even if the server/nodes are CIA nigger even if the whole network is 60% composed of CIA nodes it doesn't matters, packets are anonymized and distributed like what torrents do, of course that depends on your own options, you can ask for no anonymization at all.
If I use GNUnet when I share CP, I will be arrested.
Good.
It looks like similar to Freenet
No it's not.
Many pedophiles who use Freenet were arrested.
Good.

Jack Miller
Jack Miller

GNUnet is safe gaise
but this group of people got caught thanks to it
pick one faggot

Connor Price
Connor Price

GNUnet/i2p/tor/ipfs
not ham radio over ISM bands

Brandon Jenkins
Brandon Jenkins

If pedofags get arrested for sharing CP then that means it's by no means secure, nigger.

Ryder Jones
Ryder Jones

It's totally secure, except when everyone that uses it for illegal stuff gets vanned
Were you born retarded or did you do it yourself?
Never use an anonymization service that actual criminals don't use.

Kevin Ross
Kevin Ross

Has anyone else, in the history of using it, actually got it to work?

Adam Smith
Adam Smith

Not him, but why did you take an issue with that?
The name, it says violence when there isn't any. It's like people saying employment is slavery, or hitting on a girl (while ugly) is sexual harassment: it may be something you don't enjoy but the two are not the same at all. It diminishes the worse act and makes the more benign one seem much uglier than it is.
Why did you feel the need to say what you said?
Same reason I say anything in a imageboard, I felt like it. But I think you know that already and only made the post to use "violent" communication. which is a bit funny.
I want to know what drove you to write what you wrote
Am I that interesting? It sounds suspiciously close to "microagressions", "stare rape", etc, which raises a red flag.

Juan Rogers
Juan Rogers

Pls no Judaism.

Jordan Flores
Jordan Flores

Not him.
It diminishes the worse act and makes the more benign one seem much uglier than it is.
I don't agree. Please pay attention to how the sentence posted in The sentence is "Non Violent Communication".
A three word sentence composed of "Non" "Violent" and "Communication" meaning a Communication that is not violent.

Here's the example you used to compare Non violent communication to Violence in general:
It's like people saying employment is slavery, or hitting on a girl (while ugly) is sexual harassment
This is an example based on the evaluation that passive violence is equivalent to physical violence, which is not correct. Passive violence as effects on mental health while Physical violence as much more effects on physical and mental health.

I think you know that already and only made the post to use "violent" communication.
user you made an evaluation from on user's intent towards your post.
I repeat myself but please understand that non violent communication is about building a form of sincere understatement between yourself and people. You can believe what you want, non violent communication isn't about judging what you can and can't say/believe it's about expressing it in a way that makes yourself clear on your needs, the faggot example from post is a perfect example of that.

It sounds suspiciously close to "microagressions"
I've heard of microaggression before but never looked into it upon now, from what Wikipedia says I consider that microaggression is also a form passive violence since it relies on evaluations.
From what I've see on youtube people are also using the microaggression term to justify their physical and passive violence towards other people. A simple solution to that is to never use the term microaggression it only puts fuel on fire.
"stare rape"
Also an evaluation.

Brayden Bailey
Brayden Bailey

just read the code I wrote in my editor
on a scale of autism just how much is lisp

Robert Perry
Robert Perry

Any decent programming text editor has highlighting for matching pairs.

Isaac Lee
Isaac Lee

These "decent" text editors, who just go on highlighting and correcting things are the real cancer.
It numbs the programmer's mind, make them lazy and sloppy.

You either code with notepad or you're shit. Just use another thing to compile - but writing is notepad.

Austin Sanders
Austin Sanders

not manually translating the code into machine language
Look at this low-IQ subhuman.

Jose Ramirez
Jose Ramirez

don't use a computer to support your computer usage

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Grayson Morgan
Grayson Morgan

Zig Forums is full of highly skilled programmers. Why don't we have a distributed imageboard built on top of GNUnet yet? It has built in anonymisation.

Joshua Adams
Joshua Adams

It's easy to build, but difficult to moderate.
People would flood it with CP, and nobody wants to seed that shit from their own connection

William White
William White

I'm beginning to believe that its the glowers who flood these anonymity networks with CP. You don't need to cause a denial of service or coerce developers into inserting backdoors. Merely (the thought of someone) sharing CP in a system where responsibility is distributed across the nodes is enough to scare away most people.

Joshua Cruz
Joshua Cruz

No, it certainly isn't easy. The problem seems not that hard at first, but then you need to have features like the whole thing not falling apart because too many people disconnected, anonymity, some kind of speed, etc. I built a prototype once but keeping it anonymous on a separate network is very hard. For example if a CIAnigger sees a upload spike of 16MB from you, then sees posted a 16MB video of rms singing, he'll know exactly whose fault it is. There are other solutions with their own tradeoffs but if you're within a large network that's much hard to pull off.
I don't get the CP floods. Today it's rare I think, but years ago out of nowhere some random board would get flooded while there are dozens of other ways they could trade CP without pissing people off.

Ethan Davis
Ethan Davis

have they developed GUNTnet beta yet?

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Camden Barnes
Camden Barnes

I just tried it in my debian installation, and it werked for file sharing.
Can't seem to find logs for it, or a man page. But it did not work at all last time I tried it, so that's cool.

James Gomez
James Gomez

Nvm, there is a --help option.
I'll mess around with this for a bit it looks nice.

Zachary Rogers
Zachary Rogers

This could be prevented with neural networks automatically deleting (((porn))).

Angel Lee
Angel Lee

It's easy to build, but difficult to moderate.
but difficult to moderate.

be tor user
can't post images because tor users are blacklisted from uploading images

be gnunet user
can't post images because gnunet users are blacklisted from uploading images