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needrestart works good enough for it to be implemented as a test in whonixcheck (--verbose?).
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The public tahoeLAFS introducer is dormant:
Feb 28 2018
*Most recet info on test grid can be found from their freenode IRC channel
Feb 27 2018
Asked the devs some questions about integration:
Whonix project metadata could be distributed using Tahoe-LAFS - a redundant, encrypted storage array accessible over Tor. Instructions to users about alternative download mechanisms of the project's code and documentation can be passed thru this channel.
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Sorry for taking a long time to open these:
Apr 18 2017
Right. That's it. :)
- Find a place to "officially" publish the convention (has it moved from "proposal" to "convention"?)
Apr 15 2017
The original write draft for local listener standard on debian-devel seems done.
Apr 13 2017
json is not trivially parsed in shell scripts. For shell scripts, something that can be simply evaluated would be nice. (Just echo listen_ip=xxx, so listen_ip=xxx gets set.)
Hmm, maybe I was not very clear on the explanation. I did not suggest changing the configs format (the .conf files). They should still look like something evaluable.
Apr 12 2017
check_filename -> is_config_file
find_files -> find_config_files
Apr 9 2017
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.
Well, there is run-parts. Example:
Mar 28 2017
I have no idea if something like this exists. Might not as I don't know python applications doing this.
Mar 26 2017
Mar 23 2017
Should I copy/paste and post it or would you like to do that?
Mar 22 2017
Feedback on the ticket and pull requests on the repository are welcome.