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- Jul 2 2015, 8:47 PM (179 w, 3 d)
May 30 2017
I talked to meejah and GETCONF SOCKSPort is only issued when it fails to use the port that was provided or the default ones. I think we could allow that and leave it up to txtorcon to query the process the right SOCKS port. That will make it easier for us to implement the automatic Tor process handling (one less thing to ask the user).
May 28 2017
Here is an update, based on the profile you provided and Ricochet's:
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May 16 2017
I just checked some options and saved a draft. Let me know if you need a link or something to find it.
May 13 2017
Was the text you sent exactly the following?
May 9 2017
Correct, I receive notifications from email@example.com. The reply was indeed sent
May 3 2017
I just updated the text a bit with your feedback.
May 1 2017
On Mon, May 01, 2017 at 01:03:57AM +0000, Patrick (Patrick Schleizer) wrote:
XXX Should we use the usernames from Phabricator?
Probably not. But with higher priority, I'd leave that decision to the contributor.
I tried to reply, but here is what I got:
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Sorry for taking a long time to open these:
Apr 18 2017
- Find a place to "officially" publish the convention (has it moved from "proposal" to "convention"?)
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I noticed the link in the description needs to be updated. Would you change to https://github.com/Whonix/proposals/blob/master/634-stackable-wrappers.txt?
This class is reasonably flexible so that people are able to customize how files are found and parsed. I pretty much just wrote the API, but here is what I have in mind:
Mar 29 2017
I see. I will let you know how that goes.
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Let me know what you think of the new PR.
Mar 21 2017
Alright, I just made the PR with the changes we discussed. Also made minor changes to make it a bit more friendlier.
Mar 20 2017
This is a great idea!
As we discussed in , I am updating the draft.
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Feb 20 2017
I agree, this looks great! The only thing I noticed is that the dpkg conflict resolution reference is probably missing a :. Maybe that's why it looks like a checked check box? ([x] instead of [x]:?)
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Aug 12 2015
Thanks HulaHoop! That's very interesting.
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I can successfully upgrade nymphemeral with pip however I still have the same error with mix.cfg
Jul 15 2015
It seems that pip has been updated and nymphemeral is not installing as it should. HulaHoop, when you were testing nymphemeral, did you install it with pip or built it from source?
I moved the Message Path into its own section above Instructions to give an overview. Do you think this is the right place?
Jul 14 2015
Excellent. It was a better polished version of what I wrote. I replaced everything with your text. Feel free to directly edit the page and I'll accept the changes.
Jul 13 2015
Created new page at https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Nymservers
Ok I'll add the part about sending choices in the introduction, to give the user the whole idea of how it works.
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So are you just checking for the existence of the file or are you also parsing its contents and going off of that? The first method (if possible to implement) would make it more robust because it makes less assumptions I think.