Next up must be age restrictions for visiting museums with nude statues on display I guess. And tearing them down in public places.
This UK ISP blocks archive.org by default, and to me that's the most shocking soft censorship I've seen so far. How many people even know about the "safety" settings somewhere in the provider's web account panel and turn that shit off?
I do know that throughout the entire process of setting up the EE account and Internet at my friend's house, there was no mention whatsoever of any blocking taking place by default.
I love high-level, strategic engineering decisions like this.
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Some more interesting #LightningNetwork stats:
> Podcasting 2.0 has now been enabled by over 8,000 podcasts. More than 1,000 podcasts started receiving value-for-value payments through the #LightningNetwork in June alone.
Hoping that @AntennaPod will allow me to send boostagrams to my favorite podcasts at some point. I'm coming pretty close to just implementing a quick helper app myself, so I can do it outside of normal podcast clients.
Gitea 1.17 was just released, now comes with registries for most common package managers, as well as OCI containers (e.g. Docker):
Nice overview of peer discovery and security in Bittorrent, IPFS, Hypercore, and SSB:
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