phantomcircuit: it'd definitely need to make more or less smart use of indexing
provoostenator: webusb is really scary to me, apparently they didn't learn from WebGL enough, that buggy drivers and devices provide an excellent sandbox escape, not to mention the risk of say, connected yubikeys being coaxed into signing things they shouldn't
wumpus: I think the main goal with this was allowing something like Yubikey without the ridiculous keyboard simulation.
that's already solved by the web u2f specs
provoostenator: it seems way too low level to be a good solution for that
wumpus: er, sorry, I was unclear. I do think it's necessary for 0.17.0, but I don't think it would require a new -rc cycle.
ohh sorry, yes I misunderstood, changed back :)
wumpus: heh, np. Thanks :)
gmaxwell: any chance you're familiar with gcc's test suite? I'm having trouble understanding the desired result. It seems that every config, even native x86_64-linux-gnu, results in hundreds/thousands of test failures.
or jcorgan maybe? ^^
luke-jr: It would probably be useful if you published inbound node stats that excluded VPS providers... I think the with-vps figures are likely higly distorted via spy nodes.
cfields: I'm not, sorry.
gmaxwell: I do filter Amazon EC2
gmaxwell: np, thanks.
hi everyone, what exactly are all these /bitcore:1.1.2/ nodes connecting to my Bitcoin Core Full Node, I have more of them than Satoshi nodes?