bitcoin/master 7f2f35f Hennadii Stepanov: build: Fix gcc-cross-x86_64-w64-mingw32-10.3.0 in Guix
bitcoin/master b3617a9 Hennadii Stepanov: build: Point Guix to recent commit on the master branch
bitcoin/master 9761192 fanquake: Merge bitcoin/bitcoin#24348: build: Fix Guix build for Windows (attempt 2)...
laanwj: wrt 23542, potential privacy gain but if many DNS seeds take advantage of it before the seeder and bitcoin core code reading them are updated... be good to have those updated before this release (or the next one)
[bitcoin] vasild opened pull request #24357: refactor: make setsockopt() and SetSocketNoDelay() mockable/testable (master...mockable_SetSocketNoDelay_and_setsockopt) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/24357
i meannn it's the same discussion every time but clearly bitcoin and cryptocurrency is still experimental on several levels, which makes it useful as a warning/disclaimer, and also not in some other ways, it's really not worth getting into that discussion over a single word in the documentation
I'm not sure if this is the proper place to ask but the bitcoin client qt displays "This is experimental software." when you go to about -> About Bitcoin Core. Is there a goal to consider the software no longer experimental? Like, it won't be experimental when a milestone/feature set is reached.
start bitcoin again, wait for it to sync up, kill it with -9
to reproduce: install bitcoin core, sync it until it's like a week behind, close it orderly
Why doesn't Bitcoin Core sync db after completing ibd?
Can move to #bitcoin-dev if the answer is "complicated" :-)
provoostenator: Probably should be in #bitcoin-dev (and I think only luke-jr can answer it) but BIP 148, 149 weren't given single digits and allocated at similar time. But they were entitled to be SegWit specific rather than general activation mechanism
[bitcoin] dongcarl opened pull request #24332: [kernel 2/n] Decouple from `netaddress`+`asmap`, parts of `timedata`+`init/common` (master...2022-02-libbitcoinkernel-p2-minimal) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/24332
bitcoin/master 5f7f2f7 fanquake: Merge bitcoin/bitcoin#24241: doc: cleanup doc on need of Developer Account...
prayank: the bitcoin-dev list has greylisting active. messages from new emails will be in a moderation queue and need to be manually approved before being sent to the list. messages that are not approved will appear here: https://lists.ozlabs.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev-moderation/ I don't see the email in question there, so it's probably just still in the queue waiting for someone to get to it
belcher: I am not sure why merchange and customer is used in this example it can be any peer1 and peer2 or alice-bob. If bitcoin was used for merchant and customer thing today maybe this thing was already solved.
indeed the very first payjoin BIP was written by the operator of a bitcoin casino whos customers kept getting banned because they transferred coins straight from a kyc exchange to the casino
much more useful would be to ask places like bitcoin casinos, p2p exchanges and individual web stores to adopt payjoin
Kaizen_Kintsugi_: Perhaps #bitcoin-core-pr-reviews is better channel for these types of general questions. But with Schnorr we can do key aggregation schemes (e.g. MuSig2) but not signature aggregation across say inputs
provoostenator: E.g. ./src/bitcoin-chainstate ./test-datadir (This is a draft PR please don’t use it on your actual datadir).
provoostenator: bitcoin-chainstate does do something! It will print out information about a datadir and wait for new blocks (encoded in hex) to process on stdin. I found it pretty cool to start it and start feeding it block 1, 2, 3, and see it work :-)
Right, I think in practice libbitcoinkernel will probably be a subset of bitcoin-node (is that the right binary?), as in bitcoin-node can link against libbitcoinkernel (not proposing that we do this yet)
michaelfolkson: It was sarcasm for some privacy wallets writing non sense that affect privacy of Bitcoin in general but nobody wants to talk about it. I understand your point and no disagreement.