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I'm going to work on building an archive of all your shitposts.


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First let's start with some some table definitions, let's use PostgreSQL:

    ( site_id serial primary key
    , name text NOT NULL
    , url text NOT NULL

    ( board_id serial primary key
    , name text NOT NULL
    , pathpart text NOT NULL -- if it's /a/ then the pathpart is a
    , site_id int NOT NULL
    , CONSTRAINT site_fk FOREIGN KEY (site_id) REFERENCES sites (site_id) ON DELETE CASCADE

    ( thread_id bigserial primary key
    , board_thread_id bigint NOT NULL -- this is the id of the thread in lainchan, mysql
    , creation_time timestamp with time zone NOT NULL
    , board_id int NOT NULL
    , CONSTRAINT board_fk FOREIGN KEY (board_id) REFERENCES boards (board_id) ON DELETE CASCADE

    ( post_id bigserial primary key
    , board_post_id bigint NOT NULL
    , creation_time timestamp with time zone NOT NULL
    , body text
    , thread_id bigint NOT NULL
    , CONSTRAINT thread_fk FOREIGN KEY (thread_id) REFERENCES threads (thread_id) ON DELETE CASCADE

CREATE TABLE attachments
    ( attachment_id bigserial primary key
    , mimetype text NOT NULL
    , creation_time timestamp with time zone NOT NULL
    , md5_hash text NOT NULL
    , post_id bigint NOT NULL
    , CONSTRAINT post_fk FOREIGN KEY (post_id) REFERENCES posts (post_id) ON DELETE CASCADE

So a web site has boards, which have threads, which have posts, which have attachments


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The thread table should have a constraint to disallow posting the same thread:

CONSTRAINT unique_board_board_thread_id_constraint UNIQUE (board_id, board_thread_id)

so the pair of values (board_id, board_thread_id) will never be the same for two rows in this table.

We can index some of the columns in the threads table:

    ( thread_id bigserial primary key
    , board_thread_id bigint NOT NULL -- this is the id of the thread in lainchan, mysql
    , creation_time timestamp with time zone NOT NULL
    , board_id int NOT NULL
    , CONSTRAINT board_fk FOREIGN KEY (board_id) REFERENCES boards (board_id) ON DELETE CASCADE
    , CONSTRAINT unique_board_board_thread_id_constraint UNIQUE (board_id, board_thread_id)
CREATE INDEX threads_creation_time_idx   ON threads (creation_time);
CREATE INDEX threads_board_id_idx        ON threads (board_id);
CREATE INDEX threads_board_thread_id_idx ON threads (board_thread_id);

A similar thing needs to be done with posts, if we scrape the website we shouldn't
accidentally archive the same post that has the same id in lainchan:

    ( post_id bigserial primary key
    , board_post_id bigint NOT NULL
    , creation_time timestamp with time zone NOT NULL
    , body text
    , body_search_index tsvector
    , thread_id bigint NOT NULL
    , CONSTRAINT unique_thread_board_id_constraint UNIQUE (thread_id, board_post_id)
    , CONSTRAINT thread_fk FOREIGN KEY (thread_id) REFERENCES threads (thread_id) ON DELETE CASCADE
CREATE INDEX posts_creation_time_idx ON posts (creation_time);
CREATE INDEX posts_body_search_idx   ON posts USING GIN (body_search_index);
CREATE INDEX posts_thread_id_idx     ON posts (thread_id);
CREATE INDEX posts_board_post_id_idx ON posts (board_post_id);

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Attachments can have another special column: a bigint representing a 64-bit unsigned integer, that we compute using a perceptual image hash algorithm (there's libraries to do this). We can add a special index on this column, using the bktree postgresql extension, that will let us compare the distance between these numbers efficiently, bit by bit (called the hamming distance).

CREATE INDEX attachments_phash_bktree_index ON attachments USING spgist (phash bktree_ops);

This column will let us do reverse-image search on similar images.

Attached is the full sql file, where I have added some users and granted them permissions

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Twitter is apparently pay-walling it's api in a few days

Does anybody know if this will affect front-end-sites like nitter.net ?

I found this discussion on gihub
<It's very unlikely Nitter will be affected since the APIs aren't used in the official way with developer credentials. I'm slowly moving stuff to use their newer GraphQL APIs anyway, so if it breaks it'll be fixed soon-ish.

So will nitter continue working ?
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You are right , a simple filter algorithm that decides which bits of data it keeps and which it discards would have to be adapted almost every time they make changes to the website.

But if you make the thing as a ranking algorithm based on Markov-chains that applies probabilities to bits of data, it can be made adaptive, and even use User signals to help it adjust. User signals can be as simple as giving the users a try-agin-button if it doesn't render correctly.

User signal inputs have to be grouped into User bias-groups, so that if bots are used to insert noise into the ranking signals, they just group together in noise-groups and all the regular users group together in a human group.

This is 2 technical generations before machine learning stuff, so a 20 year old trick.
Maybe that's doable.


As long as twitter doesn't require an account to view content there will always be a way to access it via proxy frontends.

Here's a list of nitter instances and whether they currently work or not:

It's like when youtube changes its design/api and you have to update yt-dlp or switch invidious instances.
The long-term solution is to abandon centralized deep state platforms. And government in general.


I'm going to make a BlueSky/@protocol account once they open up registrations. Twitter is done for if they are going to require biometric and government ID. Fuck that shit.


Never heard of this before, thanks for bringing this to my attention. Can you explain why you favor this.


You mean BlueSky? It's from the original founder of Twitter, Jack. Jack sucks dick, but BlueSky is built on the @protocol, which is another decentralized social media protocol, much like Fediverse.

The key difference IMO is that @protocol will allow you to bring all of your content/timeline with you to other servers as well as your followers, so it's much more censorship-resistant and decentralized than either Twitter or Fediverse. And I think it'll probably have wider adoption than Mastodon due to financial backing.

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Ok, lads, I need to vent.

Why the FUCK is every fucking shithole on the www is trying to make my life as much miserable as possible?

Try to view aurora store homepage from tor - Forbidden. Try to do it from a vpn - stuck at the loading screen. Try to view some reddit thread - everything is falling apart at the seams. Oh, just FUCK OFF!

Every fucking shithole is making gorillion connections to some fucking cdn network, every fucking shithole is so heavy with js that I can almost hear it shitting its pants when trying to load a two paragraph page.

every fucking shithole is using cloudflare that forces me to solve retarded google captcha 10 times that doesn't even make sense I clicked on the fucking boat GODDAMIT! GIVE ME A BREAK!!
and it's getting even worse, now sometimes it doesn't even give me any captcha and just blocks my ass, nhentai I'm looking at you bitch

with every year internet becomes more and more unusable, I might as well install windows that connects to M$ servers over 5000 times a day and then resells this data to gorillion third parties and be fucking done with it
every fucking shithole wants your email, phone number, or whatever the fuck anyway
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>Cloudflare requires the website operator to hand over their private keys
I've been trying to wrap my head around this. Not very successfully i might add. Many people claim that cloud-flare is a CDN (content delivery network) not a DDoS protection proxy. I'm not sure what to make of that.

If they do something akin to a man in the middle attack and process the data for the purpose of scanning the content, that will create a massive attack surface for them, since they eat whatever data passes through their systems.

Even if one can sequester scanning processes into many layers of software cocoons with virtualization. I doubt that this is really going to stand up to the kinds of attacks being made possible here. At the scales that these services work, adversaries could do extremely systemic probing until they find cracks.

I'm not sure how the dice will fall on this, but it could be that eventually these giant systems will give way. It might be wise to have contingencies and make sure these don't have any malicious potential.

>Also we know that all US companies are required to include backdoors for the NSA.

Yeah that's unfortunate, backdoors are delayed security bugs that eventually will be found out or leaked and then exploited by whomever. It's reckless that they're still putting these time-bombs into the information infrastructure.


Reminder that there is a revolving door between Cloudflare and US military and spook agencies. Alissa Starzak was a general counsel for the army, department of defense, Senate intelligence committee, and the CIA, under the Obama administration. She went to Cloudflare for four years as "Head of Policy" in 2016 and then went back to the Biden administration where she still resides now.


If you don't trust Cloudflare, what would you suggest as alternative strategy for mitigating DDoS?


How has Kiwifarms been doing it? Cuckflare dropped them over bullshit.

If the sky's the limit there are proposed protocols like locutus who's devs claim makes ddosing much more difficult.


I've seen people mention "Kiwifarms" but i don't know what it is. I'm assuming it's a website that is now using a competing DDoS protection service.

>protocols like locutus who's devs claim makes ddosing much more difficult.

Yeah they seems to have a clever trick
<Antiflood Token System

<The Antiflood Token System (AFT) is a decentralized system aimed to provide a simple, but general purpose solution to flooding, denial-of-service attacks, and spam.

<AFT allows users to generate tokens through a "token generator", which is created by completing a "hard" task, such as making a donation to Freenet. Tokens are generated at a fixed rate and can be utilized to perform activities, such as sending messages.

<The recipient can specify the required token "tier," with each tier being generated at different intervals (e.g. 1 minute, 1 hour). This way, if a recipient experiences a high volume of messages, they can increase the token tier to make it more challenging to generate, thus reducing the flood.


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A topic that was almost completely neglected in Marxist circles , was the privatization of online reputation systems. Most of the big tech corpo platforms just deploy some kind of algorithms or payed reputation badges. Technically this isn't a new phenomena the first privatized reputation system probably was something like banking credit-scores.

I think that maybe the toxic elements of social media like cancel-ism might have been the result of those privatized reputation systems.

I'm wondering why there don't seem to be any prominent non-commercial community p2p driven scoring systems ?
There seem to be very few people working on stuff like this, i only know of Ian Clarke the Creator of Freenet that is talking about this stuff.


>I'm wondering why there don't seem to be any prominent non-commercial community p2p driven scoring systems ?
because it's gay
go back to reddit if u want upvoots


>reddit upvoots
That's a rating system, which is something else entirely.


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>That's a rating system, which is something else entirely.
Reddit upvotes go into your Karma score which is exactly the technocrats' social credit score mechanism of fascism.

Watch the Black Mirror leddit episode (s03e01) and you will see what is planned for us, and that doesn't even talk about government shills like e.g.

>privatization of online reputation systems

How young are you?
Reddit is run by alphabet soup (and so are both leftypols)
Alphabet soup is the result of government because centralization of power makes it really easy for psychopaths to take control and push their agenda.

Do you think it was capitalism that removed stories about the NSA from reddit?
Do you think reddit made money by allowing government shills to act like this?
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Why do you think reddit karma is reputation? It just tells you how many internet-points somebody got, it doesn't tell you what they got it for.

If i tell you Fred is good at math, and then 10 other people confirm that they too think highly about Fred's maths skills, then Freds gets a reputation for being good at maths.

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Anyone else here dabble in cryptocurrency?
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Only nazis are interested in crypto. Stay poor comrades.

>Ya know how in Metro they use bullets as currency? Could that work as a sort of physical decentralized currency?
Money needs to have 3 properties:
1. non-perishable (iron rusts but gold is basically indestructible).
2. divisible (gold can be chopped down into arbitrarily small amounts)
3. hard to make more of (most important)

Bullets work in a post-apocalypse setting because nobody can just build a factory and churn out millions of new bullets per day. Cigarettes work in jail because it is hard to smuggle them inside. The fiat system barely works because the government uses police and military to fuck up anyone who tries to print their own money.

So while heavy industry and transportation is still operational, and it is not an illegal item under law, then a consumer good such as bullets won't work well as currency.


>Only nazis are interested in crypto. Stay poor comrades.
how's that "to the moon" going for you buddy lol?

the only use value of this fancy toy is to pay for vpn and vps
I can't even reliably circumvent capitalist banks with this shit because they ban your ass as soon as they see a "suspicious" activity

I have money essentially stuck in the computer, anything more than paying bills and your bank will ban your ass for suspicious transactions from randoms

the only way is to bend the knee and go to backdoored regulated exchanges


If technology is being suppressed by the establishment then it is a threat to the establishment.


>Only Nazis are interested in crypto.

What did he mean by this,.?


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>I have money essentially stuck in the computer, anything more than paying bills and your bank will ban your ass for suspicious transactions from randoms
Argument to the cudgel? You serious?
Enjoy your nanolipids


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Recently there has been a lot of commotion around large language model text based AI.
They are able to do impressive stuff, they give useful answers, and even can write somewhat usable programming sample code.

The most famous one currently is chatgpt, but all of those AIs are basically black boxes, that probably have some malicious features under the hood.

While there are Open-Source Implementations of ChatGPT style Training Algorithms
Those kinda require that you have a sizeable gpu cluster like 500 $1k cards that are specialized kit, not your standard gaming stuff. To chew through large language-models with 100 billion to 500 billion parameters.

The biggest computational effort is the initial training run, that chews through a huge training data-set. After that is done, just running the thing to respond to your queries is easier.

So whats the path to a foss philosophy ethical AI ?
Should people do something like peer to peer network where they connect computers together to distribute the computational effort to many people ?

Or should people go for reducing the functionality until it can run on a normal computer ?
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>It is entirely possible to hide undetectable backdoors inside machine learning agents.
Your article (which was a very interesting read b.t.w.) basically says that's possible at the moment because quantifying AI is still in it's infancy.

>There's a folding@home style thing for AI called "petals", which turns a distributed network into an AI.

that sounds promising
>The problem is, there's currently no way of verifying if a node is fabricating its computations or injecting fraudulent results
Well there's the brute force method of sending the same computation tasks to multiple nodes and comparing the results.

>Basically all the new capabilities of these chatGPT-style AIs stem not from new algorithms, but throwing masses of computing power at old algorithms through brute force. So running it on a home desktop machine is not going to accomplish much.

Well there apparently there are "GPT-3-class" large language models that run on a single computer as stated in >>12036
It seems to me that they managed greater efficiency by pruning the parameters, as in having fewer but better quality.
I'm not sure i really understood that correctly.

>I strongly advise against using code generators to contribute to open-source software

Yeah at the moment that's probably good advice, but lets assume that once we got a clean FOSS-AI that doesn't produce license issues, that'll likely become a boon for free and open source software.


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Here is a chat gpt style Ai that should run on a reasonably modern desktop or labtop



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I have an new AI prediction

AI is going to be abused for nefarious purposes like scamming, and it's also going to be used to attack powerful entrenched interests. That will cause a lot of people to want it regulated to death. Which will produce a lot of litigation directed at AI developers. Additional legal attacks will come from legal trolls that just want to extract payouts from AI companies.

AI developers will be confronted with a lot of legal costs, that's the point where they start creating AI legal tools.

Think about what lawyers do, they read a lot of legal texts, and then in legal proceedings they generate a lot of legal documents. That's a text-input/text-output function. While legalese is very hard to understand from a human perspective, it is also much more precise and consistent than normal spoken language, which will make it much easier for AIs to gain very high proficiency very quickly. Legal procedures are slow enough for several generations of AI-lawyers to be develloped. It might even be possible to create case-specific AIs. The attempt of strangling AI in the crib with legal means will fail hard.

Expressed in neoclassic terms: The AI-devs will eat lawyers for lunch. There was a similar battle between file-sharing-devs and lawyers, that battle arguably ended either in a draw or a partial victory for the lawyers.

Expressed in structuralist terms: This will be industrialized law wiping out artisanal law.

Once everybody needs AI-lawyers, there's not going to be much chance of effective AI-regulation, and humanity will be lorded over by a juristic AI god until somebody kills it with an emp. This is definitely the dark time-line where civilization goes through a hard crash, but the juristic AI god will also purge the capitalist ruling class, because all the current capitalists have broken so many laws. While this will be a brutal dystopia, you'll get at least a little bit of surplus enjoyment.

If we want the nice AI-future, we should push for democratization of AI. Meaning that every individual person gets their own AI-assistent, developed as a free open source software, that runs on user-hardware that is fully controlled by the individual user, that will produce the ethical outcomes we want and it will kill off 99% of the spammers too, because Ai-spam-filters will also work for AI-spam.


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Zuck has released llama2 and this time it comes with a licensee that forbids using its outputs for improving other AIs.

I wonder if that is enforceable ?


>humanity will be lorded over by a juristic AI god
Reminder that lords only have the power we give to them, it is impossible to control millions/billions of people with brute force.
Stop believing some dipshit has the right to rule you just because some other dipshits made a bunch of X's on paper or pressed some button in a booth.

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Are people using generative AI backwards ?

For example, lots of people AI-generate text and try to publish it as paper-books on Amazon, which amusingly clogs up Amazon's pipes. In essence they use new AI computer technology to make more content, faster, for an old paper interface technology.

What people could be doing instead is make the content for a book them selves and then train a limited AI on that. Resulting in "ai-books" that you can talk to, ask it questions and what not. Which would make AI the interface for the content instead of the author.

A human book author combines 2 types of inputs.
1. all the books the author read.
2 all the experiences outside the textual book-world, aka the "real world".

AI only gets the first type of input, because AI has no experiences in the "real world".

If AI replaces all human authors, there won't be any new experiential inputs. Shit will stall for a long time until AI get advanced and corporal enough to have it's own experiences. It would make vast quantities of new works from a stagnant source.

The AI-interface-book that you can ask direct questions, is obviously most useful for text-books that you query for knowledge. But if would also offer new ways of story telling for fiction, like letting you talk directly to various characters.
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>like letting you talk directly to various characters.
Great, let humans unlearn the ability to have fictional conversations with fictional characters in their own mind (aka daydreaming) or roleplaying characters in chat or LARP and replace it with a bot that doesn't even understand what it is talking about and whose every word is controlled by some crazy transhumanist silicon valley dipshit nazi eugenicist technocrats.
Also this (don't let the misleading title trigger you):

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someone on gitee made a multi-platform notepad++ called notepad–
which is nice because notepad++ is windows only and the author is a rabid anti-china shill, and his mental illness had begun to creep into the actual code
anyway, has anyone tried it? does it still compile with qt6? I hate qt and gtk so much it is unreal


It's cool but why use this when you can just use vim, or, if you happen to be a homosexual, emacs.


I'm still using Sublime


Holy shit, that guy isn't just anti-China (who isn't against fascism? inb4 tankies…) but he is also in support of NATO's Ukronazi regime.
That sucks, he used to be a pretty decent leftist back in the days and I enjoyed his fb posts when I was still using that.

Anyway, nobody needs Windows and as the Notepad++ dev always said, Linux already has similar tools so nobody really needs this.

>use vim, or, if you happen to be a homosexual, emacs.
It seems you are confusing the two, as emacs' resistance to Apple's attempt to vendor-lock-in programmers through proprietary plugins is quite possibly the reason for a massive anti-GPL-campaign that ran years ago with shills heavily spamming 8/tech/.
Can't remember where I saved the pic but some anon on explained it quite well.
tl;dr vim is the macfag's editor of choice.

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So apparently Palemoon became the first browser to officially implemented JPEG XL a week ago. At the same time, Google just dropped it from Chromium despite supporting it behind a flag for months. What the hell is going on here? Is Google that desperate to push their video-codecs-as-image-formats that they're willing to sabotage a massive step forward for the web? JPEG XL is capable of replacing both original JPEG, PNG, and animated GIF/PNG all at once with a single file type that produces superior file sizes for all three categories of use cases. Neither WebP, HEIC, nor AVIF were ever able to make such a broad, sweeping improvement because they are geared more towards features important to video encoding than still images or lossless animation.

It seems like every few weeks these days I find something new to get mad about in the world of web development.
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There's new buzz around JpegXL apparently apple is now putting support into their safari browser and other programs, so maybe there's a chance it'll become a web-standard after-all.


>what is private property
>what is market share
>how owning the infrastructure leads to ownership of other things it connects to

You're using the internet, retard. It is spyware by design.

FUCKING FINALLY, coming from someone who waited for FLIF to become a(n) (A)PNG succeeding standard for 6 fucking years.

Also, Pale Meme is the memeiest shitty spyware shyce with retarded shitty devs as its parents. Read Bordigdeeper:
http://5essxguxi5enurgtuquvrjuvikss4gc5lbhmtz57cq4cedqx5tqvaxqd.onion/articles/browsers.xhtml#palemoon (https://digdeeper.neocities.org/articles/browsers#palemoon)
A frighteningly autistic List of browsers with quick notes (there's one on email operators too)
http://abrx6wcpzkfpwxb5eb2wsra2wnkrv2macdtkpnrepswodz5jxd4schyd.onion/browsers.xhtml#PaleMoon (https://m.13f0.net/shadow_wiki/browsers.xhtml#PaleMoon)


>Read digdeeper:
Have you, contrarian edgelord? They still openly admit that Palemoon is the best of a bad situation.


>However, it recently went off the deep end so much that I cannot in good conscience call it an "alternative" to anything anymore.
>Now, the stage is clearly advanced, the cancer has metastasized and cannot be removed anymore.
<Can't even install your own addons to block pozz
Curl back into your arsehole, retarded bitch.


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>Palemoon is the best of a bad situation.
[citation needed]

On the contrary, they recommend Webbrowser aka WereFox.
And the Palemoon website blocks Tor users so fuck them.

FYI you can use Tor Browser without tor:
network.proxy.type 0
network.proxy.socks_remote_dns false
extensions.torlauncher.start_tor false

You're welcome.

For some reason those settings change back to default when I restart the browser, it's seriously about fucking time that someone who isn't evil or an idiot creates a web browser.
Or to ditch the concept entirely and create usable P2P software for content and thought sharing.

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