@orionwl I've used it in a dark past, as a poor-man's RBF tool.
@bitcoinmerges some followup remains, but very happy this got merged. Probably the deepest I've ever delved into build systems.
Merged PR from Sjors: util: add RunCommandParseJSON https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/15382
A new c-lightning release has been tagged (with another hilarious name). You can now send payments through multiple channels at once, increasing both privacy and routing pathways for your transactions of larger amounts.
@neil is there a good Mastodon plugin to follow arbitrary RSS feeds? Might as well use it as a reader.
Someone in Utrecht threw a birthday party at a bar and later found out he had Corona. At least 16 infected, including other guests. Poor guy.
Bitcoin Core 0.20.1 Released https://bitcoincore.org/bin/bitcoin-core-0.20.1/
In episode 4 @AaronvanW and I explain Miniscript.
@AaronvanW addendum: it looks like the 1 MB limit did have an activation flag height. There's actually 3 commits:
1. introduce the limit: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/commit/a30b56ebe76ffff9f9cc8a6667186179413c6349
2. set a flag height: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/commit/f1e1fb4bdef878c8fc1564fa418d44e7541a7e83#diff-118fcbaaba162ba17933c7893247df3aR1421
3. remove the flag height (presumably once it was active): https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/commit/172f006020965ae8763a0610845c051ed1e3b522
The changes are buried deep inside innocuously named commits. Don't get lazy with code review...
@jon @stevenroose @FreePietje @AaronvanW I maintain a Youtube playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSFHIbZL8KU2wERFRZxwgUlVaFIpJCSL-
Of course I would also prefer a dedicated feed...
Not sure about southern Europe being more free. They have better hospitality for sure, but that's not same as being born there and living by the local laws and social norms. During lockdowns it certainly wasn't very free.
@emzy @udevnull @stevenroose @jon so that's Germany, not Belgium? IIUC it says that the police called the Corona-visitor-list of a restaurant, looking for witnesses of a nearby crime. It's not confirmed, but still problematic if true. It's also unclear how they got the list; potentially the restaurant owner illegally handed it over. But even then they should burn it, otherwise customers everywhere will start entering fake data.
@stevenroose @jon @udevnull if mandatory offline record keeping during a pandemic is too much infringement on your freedom, I don't think Europe is the right place for you. Let alone Belgium, which as a Dutch person I find overly an restrictive place 🙂
I think Germany has a similar system for restaurants, driving schools and such.
Easier to generate throwaway emails would be great.
I'm more worried about restaurant booking apps that facilitate this process; that's a big juicy data target.
In episode 3 @AaronvanW and I discuss soft fork activation mechanisms: http://bitcoinmagazine.btc.libsynpro.com/the-van-wirdum-sjorsnado-breaking-down-taproot-activation-options-nado-3