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by twelph
Tue Mar 15, 2016 5:28 am
Forum: DeepDNS.net - cryptostorm's no-compromise DNS resolver framework
Topic: TrackerSmacker: adware/crapware-blocking done right
Replies: 61
Views: 70647

Re: TrackerSmacker: adware/crapware-blocking done right

I think this is an awesome enough feature that I really want it to stay implemented, but not at the cost of turning people away. I'm not knowledgeable precisely in this subject manner, but do you think there is a way to have an opt-out switch in the configuration files or the widget so that if peopl...
by twelph
Mon Mar 14, 2016 11:46 pm
Forum: DeepDNS.net - cryptostorm's no-compromise DNS resolver framework
Topic: TrackerSmacker: adware/crapware-blocking done right
Replies: 61
Views: 70647

Re: TrackerSmacker: adware/crapware-blocking done right

I guess my biggest concern is that we are talking about a third-party maintained database of sites. I realize CS doesn't have the manpower to have someone dedicated to adding and removing things from the database manually, but how much could we actually expect CS to actually bother to edit the data...
by twelph
Mon Mar 14, 2016 10:26 pm
Forum: DeepDNS.net - cryptostorm's no-compromise DNS resolver framework
Topic: TrackerSmacker: adware/crapware-blocking done right
Replies: 61
Views: 70647

Re: TrackerSmacker: adware/crapware-blocking done right

I will have to respectfully disagree with Tealc. I don't view this as a form of internet censorship as long as they at least make an effort to listen to customer concerns. Considering that this same DNS system allows us to access onion sites natively, I would think that balances the equation. Been u...
by twelph
Thu Nov 06, 2014 2:13 am
Forum: cryptostorm in-depth: announcements, how it works, what it is
Topic: cryptostorm's opensource license(s): Hessla & tldr license language
Replies: 5
Views: 18023

Re: cryptostorm's opensource license(s): Hessla & tldr license language

That's cool, just thought I might as well point out those few things. I'm a fan of simplicity and the open source movement but the most important thing is the ability to look at the code yourself to make sure it's not doing anything nefarious.
by twelph
Mon Nov 03, 2014 4:53 pm
Forum: cryptostorm in-depth: announcements, how it works, what it is
Topic: cryptostorm's opensource license(s): Hessla & tldr license language
Replies: 5
Views: 18023

Re: opensourcing cryptostorm's source code: the Hessla license

"here's some interesting code I've been working on, feel free to grab whatever bits of it might prove handy in yoru own adventures" I believe the software license you have chosen goes against this ideal in several important ways. It's too long, and most people that would be interested in ...
by twelph
Tue Nov 12, 2013 11:38 am
Forum: cryptostorm in-depth: announcements, how it works, what it is
Topic: Official launch press release: community input requested
Replies: 9
Views: 8403

Re: Official launch press release: community input requested

Give me some time to write out some suggestions. I think you need some more balance between professionalism and call to arms. Edit: You mention not wanting to cater to the "technological elite" but you mention words like "cryptographic primitives". Are you trying to make a manife...

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