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boobs said ()

systemd is objectively a better alternative to things like sysinitv openrc and runit. service managers in the form of interpreted scripts are and will continue to be an irredeemable clusterfuck. the "anti systemd people" fail to see this as they are in a cult.

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boobs said ()

this seems like the opposite of what is needed. instead of making an actually secure and decentralized human readable name system they are falling back to the x509 ca cabal money printer.

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boobs said ()

nothing has ever stopped anyone from running a network fork with no staking requirement, it has always been supported but there has never been enough interest for it to materialize. I wish someone would step up but no one has yet.

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boobs said ()

the reward aspect sure did grow the network to be large in a short time and you can't have that with no skin in the game.

mitigating state sponsored actors was never in the threat model it was actually an explicit non goal.

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boobs said () (edited )

Reply to comment by smartypants in Why are normies like that? by Wahaha

i personally dont trust apple enough to think they'd continue to do this in a competent fashion. apple has the worst track record with security than any other tech company.

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boobs said () (edited )

One can run relays without a staking requirement on a network fork but there was never enough interest for it to materialize. Like it or not the coin stuff worked and it funds the development.

Building a network from zero is not as easy as you think, especially when the entire community you are trying to woo is by default skeptical of everything the devs do.

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