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[#] Fri Apr 17 2020 10:14:03 EDT from zooer

Subject: Re: Hello

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hello again
You might have forgot
The journey ends
You tied your knots
And you made your friends
You left the scene
Without a trace
One hand on the ground
One hand in space



[#] Mon Apr 20 2020 19:14:00 EDT from toad

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Hi.

I am connecting through the i2p telnet interface. It works great. Very usable.

[#] Tue Apr 21 2020 17:56:54 EDT from shazam

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Hi everybody!

How is everyone doing around here?



[#] Tue Apr 21 2020 18:11:09 EDT from wizard of aahz

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Howdy Shazam. We're still here. Still looking for ways to sabotage IG's snow blower and/or other outdoor equipment.

[#] Wed Apr 22 2020 07:57:58 EDT from shazam

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Hard to believe he has any outdoor equipment left, after all these years of sabotage. 



[#] Wed Apr 22 2020 09:26:48 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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"You've done well, Aahz," the voice of IG called. "Your Burmese tiger pit has claimed one of my best pressure washers. Again you score. I think, Mr. Aahz, I'll see what you can do against my whole pack. I'm going home for a rest now. Thank you for a most amusing evening."

[#] Wed Apr 22 2020 12:39:03 EDT from toad

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Testing the Uncensored http interface from the i2p network. It works, but WHYYYY DOES IT REQUIRE JAVASCRIP??? :(((

 

Just joking, as long as there is an alternative to http, the i2p crowd will like it. Keep the good work going.



[#] Wed Apr 22 2020 14:14:26 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Heh. No apologies for that. We need a desktop-like experience for the people who use Citadel as a groupware/collaboration platform. I suspect the I2P crowd is going to prefer the telnet experience anyway. If we become popular with that crowd, of course, more effort will go into making accommodations for that use case (perhaps a "light" web UI for forums only, for example).

[#] Wed Apr 22 2020 18:45:45 EDT from darknetuser

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Too bad I am out of the loop now the thing is working. I'll take toad's word that it works.

If that is the case, the next thing to do is to register a "domain" in i2p for thservices.

[#] Thu Apr 23 2020 10:14:31 EDT from wizard of aahz

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Hello World.

Good morning. Nice to see everyone meandering around here. I think IG needs some whiskey. Perhaps some Old Smokey?

[#] Thu Apr 23 2020 13:50:05 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Yes. Old Smokey please.

[#] Sun Apr 26 2020 01:23:59 EDT from TheOneLaw

Subject: i2p node

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Wed Apr 22 2020 12:39:03 EDT from toad

Testing the Uncensored http interface from the i2p network. It works, but WHYYYY DOES IT REQUIRE JAVASCRIP??? :(((

 

Just joking, as long as there is an alternative to http, the i2p crowd will like it. Keep the good work going.



I never visit Lobby so I missed this - i just posted in IGNET.

After a long absence I just noticed Citadel 929 is out,

 wanting to test Citadel behind an i2pd node - are you using i2p normal ?

I have played  lot with i2pd and running Citadel  behind it seemed like it might be fun.

 

cheers



[#] Sun Apr 26 2020 14:42:45 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: i2p node

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Yes, we are currently experimenting with making Uncensored available over the I2P anonymous network. You can connect to it right now. Telnet seems to be preferred over HTTP by that community, because for some reason they seem to frown upon web sites which use javascript. I've also made the Citadel client protocol available over the I2P network, which works extremely well because the protocol was designed to run over slow laggy networks. Here are the public tunnel keys:

telnet: oavgsai6nkclfjwteblv7afbl3oo4gh5viuh4tlfk5mgrh7e7pgq.b32.i2p:23
http: 6i5slupgevsrbuvf7nosznunbzrvgax764gakfmlb73vihd3luna.b32.i2p:80
client: vt6gdl6i5isbfpfyiml53bcaa2b2cvmjxvat4dh6fkaa6hfofkza.b32.i2p:504

Users logging in from across the I2P network will appear in the "Who is online" screen as if they were logging in from a host called "sync.citadel.org" (because that's where our I2P router is).

[#] Sun Apr 26 2020 17:50:07 EDT from bubba

Subject: did i do this correct?

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hello ive never done this b4 but it looks like its working is this anonymous?



[#] Mon Apr 27 2020 10:16:54 EDT from darknetuser

Subject: Re: i2p node

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Yes, we are currently experimenting with making Uncensored available

over the I2P anonymous network. You can connect to it right now.
Telnet seems to be preferred over HTTP by that community, because for

some reason they seem to frown upon web sites which use javascript.
I've also made the Citadel client protocol available over the I2P
network, which works extremely well because the protocol was designed

to run over slow laggy networks. Here are the public tunnel keys:

The issue with Javascript is that if Hitler seizes your server, he could replace your regular javascript code and inject some evil payload in it, designed to deanon people. And that is if I believe you are not Hitler himself already.

[#] Mon Apr 27 2020 11:09:20 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: i2p node

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I suppose if this experiment shows some promise, I could whack together a web client that only exposes the message boards and private mail, ignores the groupware type rooms, and doesn't use javascript. Does the I2P community also frown upon the use of cookies?

[#] Mon Apr 27 2020 15:32:09 EDT from zooer

Subject: Re: i2p node

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I would like an updated security certificate and be able to click on https links.



[#] Tue Apr 28 2020 17:53:19 EDT from darknetuser

Subject: Re: i2p node

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2020-04-27 11:09 from IGnatius T Foobar
Subject: Re: i2p node
I suppose if this experiment shows some promise, I could whack together

a web client that only exposes the message boards and private mail,
ignores the groupware type rooms, and doesn't use javascript. Does the

I2P community also frown upon the use of cookies?



Cookies are fine I guess. Specially with hot milk.

[#] Tue Apr 28 2020 18:01:04 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: i2p node

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What's very weird is that we're seeing an unusual amount of activity from new users today, but it's *not* coming from I2P.

[#] Mon May 04 2020 14:12:01 EDT from darknetuser

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It took me long, but finally I am able to connect using i2p. Fucking awesome.

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