TMSR Log Summary - 10/12/2018

By Nicole Renee

- Phf's key has been fixed

- There should be on random and no urandom

- Diana_coman added tags

- Discussion on /dev/urandom

- Asciilifeform made the point that, tables on pc are unconstanttime

- Discussion on Bit31Set

- Foundation calls are being recorded

- Bingoboingo provides an update on the political climate in Uruguay

- The Foundation's 800 number works

- Pricepoint is always the first and foremost indication of quality

- The 800 number can be set to transfer to different numbers

- The website is being relocated to the Foundation's server in Pizarro

- To mircea_popescu's pleasure, asciilifeform and nicoleci finally connected

- Disucssion on progress/development of rsa

- Mircea_popescu makes the point that, who wants prng makes prng

- Asciilifeform comes with well thought out preparation

- Asciilifeform is developing irc bot

- Discussion of branching on manifest

- Discussion on plans for the Foundation's answering service

- BingoBoingo made the point that, in Uruguay "The socialism has run to the point things are breaking, and... Bahamas doesn't do, Trump does"

- Mircea_popescu has ideas about prison rape

- Hanbot ran into issues with WU transfer, reasons for issues are unclear

- Uruguayans are passionate about lines

- WU provides no logical organization and service sucks

3 Responses to “TMSR Log Summary - 10/12/2018”

  1. Diana Coman says:

    "- Diana_coman added tags" - this was simply adding the tags "" and " to ave1's comment on my blog. Those are html tags ("pre" stands for "pre-formatted") with the effect that the formatting of all text between them will be preserved as it is. To see it at work just try it out, as simple as:

    is pre-formatted


    is pre-formatted

  2. Diana Coman says:

    I guess "try it out" when you either enable html tags in your comment or copy/paste the stuff in a post that you edit as "html" (so not as "visual").

  3. nicoleci says:

    Ahhh, thanks Diana - that makes a lot of sense now.

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