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by eyedeekay
02 Dec 2020 04:03
Forum: Releases
Topic: I2P 0.9.48 Released with performance improvements, early support for new tunnel build message encryption
Replies: 0
Views: 114

I2P 0.9.48 Released with performance improvements, early support for new tunnel build message encryption

Copied from https://geti2p.net/en/blog/post/2020/11/30/0.9.48-Release - Written by zzz 0.9.48 enables our new end-to-end encryption protocol (proposal 144) for most services. We have added preliminary support for new tunnel build message encryption (proposal 152). There are significant performance i...
by eyedeekay
10 Nov 2020 03:18
Forum: Guides
Topic: Please help test I2P for Android 0.9.47-1
Replies: 2
Views: 941

Re: Please help test I2P for Android 0.9.47-1

I don't know who else noticed, but *also* about:config is removed in new mobile Firefoxes(The Fenix based ones). That pushes an already irritating browser configuration process firmly into the "Impossible" territory. At least for about:config based setups. Not having a Firefox for Android users to u...
by eyedeekay
07 Nov 2020 16:04
Forum: Guides
Topic: Please help test I2P for Android 0.9.47-1
Replies: 2
Views: 941

Please help test I2P for Android 0.9.47-1

A large group of bugs on the Android releases shared a single cause, which was an undocumented and misconfigured BOOTCLASSPATH. The bugs would severely impair the usability of I2P for Android. A new release was cut after this issue was resolved, and it's available through the main release channels: ...
by eyedeekay
11 Oct 2020 20:10
Forum: Tahoe-LAFS
Topic: Tahoe-LAFS introducers
Replies: 8
Views: 15620

Re: Tahoe-LAFS introducers

This one I think, zzz: http://i2pforum.i2p/viewtopic.php?f=34&t=983&sid=7172c3a08a59ea9076bfa469f4b5170a darknut I got it all fixed up then an update got docker all messed up, I couldn't start the service anymore, and in the course of fixing it I accidentally blew away all my volumes before I got ar...
by eyedeekay
06 Oct 2020 18:53
Forum: Guides
Topic: Request for Comments: I2P Style Guide
Replies: 0
Views: 2685

Request for Comments: I2P Style Guide

As part of an OTF-Funded design project which concluded this summer, an I2P style guide was produced, containing several recommendations for how we should consider changing the look and feel of I2P in the future. For the time being, these are mostly still Recommendations ! We need input from the com...
by eyedeekay
04 Oct 2020 03:06
Forum: Tahoe-LAFS
Topic: Tahoe-LAFS introducers
Replies: 8
Views: 15620

Re: Tahoe-LAFS introducers

I stood one up:

qds-introducer:
furl: pb://jma2oxepaemqeh6b2qj2p6oppmafkuym@snpg4kb2bn7bguf7achz4sxy366c53lmpmthhv3lx27z4qmbh6ga.b32.i2p/ujtuvav7qnueou6ceouykgjwrfycaiwj
by eyedeekay
01 Oct 2020 16:28
Forum: Misc
Topic: I2P Streaming
Replies: 3
Views: 4334

Re: I2P Streaming

I've actually got some of the basic WebTorrent issues worked out already, but at least one problem is "which friggin webtorrent." I met Feross at the virtual Distributed Camp this year, and we discussed for some time. There is desktop WebTorrent, which does old-school Bittorrent and Bittorrent in th...
by eyedeekay
18 Sep 2020 04:53
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Purify I2Pconsole from JavaScripts (JS)
Replies: 2
Views: 11001

Re: Purify I2Pconsole from JavaScripts (JS)

I promised to get back to you on this as well, sorry I didn't get around to it sooner. I agree with zzz, providing an option to disable the JS in the console is redundant considering all the better places it could be done. OP also noted that a plugin(LibreJS) to control the scripts based on the plug...
by eyedeekay
27 Aug 2020 16:16
Forum: Releases
Topic: I2P 0.9.47 Released!
Replies: 1
Views: 3333

Re: I2P 0.9.47 Released!

Besides the normal releases, I'm also making I2P available as a Snap for all Snap-supporting distributions: https://snapcraft.io/i2pi2p
by eyedeekay
27 Aug 2020 14:22
Forum: Releases
Topic: I2P 0.9.47 Released!
Replies: 1
Views: 3333

I2P 0.9.47 Released!

0.9.47 enables our new end-to-end encryption protocol (proposal 144) by default for some services. The Sybil analysis and blocking tool is now enabled by default. Java 8 or higher is now required. Debian packages for Wheezy and Stretch, and for Ubuntu Trusty and Precise, are no longer supported. Us...