After a thorough review @SparrowWallet has been listed on http://bitcoin.org.
@jb55 But breakless lines also render terribly in same places, e.g. gists.https://gist.github.com/harding/7ab48ee1fffcaca14129c522f43c3bcb
I think maybe you've replaced one problem with another problem. 🙂
FWIW, I use https://github.com/markdownlint/markdownlint on some projects I contribute to in order to maintain some best practices.
@0xb10c Oh, goodness, I should've mentioned upfront that the pages look awesome and that it's an incredible tool, thank you for building it!
@0xb10c One thing I couldn't find on the pages was the software version you used to generate the templates, since that can also be a source of differences. (E.g., imagine taproot activates; Bitcoin Core 0.21.0 won't mine taproot transactions; 0.21.1 will. Although not related to your primary goal of detecting censorship, comparing different version's templates against blocks may tell you what software miners are running.)
Bitcoin Optech newsletter #147 is here:
- encourages miners to start signaling for taproot
- describes continued discussion about closing lost LN channels using only a wallet seed
- announces Bitcoin Core 0.21.1
- announces BTCPay 1.1.0
@jb55 The value overflow incident policy (everyone gets as many BTC as they want). 😜
@verretor The Monopoly Money Foundation
might be interesting: a new process isolation method was just merged into the #linux kernel, landlock, that does not itself need special permissions to use, and has object instead of syscall granularity
Poolin found a mining machine firmware that lacks the ability to signal, this is the reason why we have not fully signaled through ALL our nodes.
Poolin tech team is assisting the firmware team right now to get that firmware upgraded - thanks.
@verretor I would certainly do so myself (something lightweight like EPS or BWT is perfectly fine if you don't want to run a full index).
@jb55 Do you have a description somewhere of how it works? I also have a homebrew timeboxing setup. It uses Nextcloud synchonization between my phone, laptop, and server, reminders sent by gotify, and financial penalties for noncompliance via https://www.beeminder.com/
It's kinda a monster, having been developed iteratively over the course of years and being composed of a variety of different shell scripts run by cronjobs on two different devices.
the email@example.com (not bitcoin-dev) mailing list is now officially an announcements list
it was already *effectively* an announcements list for a long time—no discussion ever happened on it—but it is set up as moderated now
so if you are interested in a low-traffic list for notifications of releases, release candidates and security warnings, subscribe to: