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841  Other / Off-topic / Re: Let's talk about how hot Asian girls are. on: December 07, 2013, 05:14:13 PM
And frogs
842  Local / Échanges / Re: [ANN] les Dernières Adjonctions Cryptsy [de Change], les Nouvelles et les annonc on: December 07, 2013, 04:45:35 PM
Il y a d'autres plates-formes moins "tape à l’œil", certe, moins populaires, mais plus sérieuses. Heureusement!
Tu as des exemples ?
843  Local / Discussions générales et utilisation du Bitcoin / Re: Le jour où le Bitcoin s'est crashé on: December 06, 2013, 01:34:49 PM
Enfin, malgré cette attaque concertée (Chine, BdF, articles des journaux mainstream,etc.) Le cours n'a quasiment pas bougé  Grin
Exactement ce que je me disais ! L'époque où le cours s'effondrait pour des ralentissements sur UN site est bien loin
844  Local / Actualité et News / Re: Revue de presse bitcoin en français on: December 05, 2013, 01:00:00 PM
En France on a des super frontières, elles ne laissent rentrer ni les nuages radioactifs, ni les gens intelligents
845  Local / Discussions générales et utilisation du Bitcoin / Re: Le jour où le Bitcoin s'est crashé on: December 05, 2013, 12:15:58 AM
Les vrais hommes utilisent BitBet.
Je viens d'envoyer un SMS à Najat pour signaler cette phrase sexiste. Elle va pas être contente, prépare toi à être fouetté.
846  Economy / Services / Re: Earn upto 0.6 BTC per month for your signature! on: December 05, 2013, 12:10:04 AM

Why did I add a negative rating? Maybe read it and you'll know

You won't be trusted until you publish all the bets and proofs in the games

Published Proof of every game coming.

Deletion of the negative feedback coming.
847  Economy / Services / Re: Earn upto 0.6 BTC per month for your signature! on: December 04, 2013, 11:09:15 AM

Why did I add a negative rating? Maybe read it and you'll know

You won't be trusted until you publish all the bets and proofs in the games
848  Economy / Services / Re: Earn upto 0.6 BTC per month for your signature! on: December 04, 2013, 06:21:56 AM
Still, the guy announced a new gambling site then don't post anymore

may be he is busy in updating his site and other system and back after few days with bang

Yeah no doubt about that Roll Eyes
849  Other / Off-topic / Re: Price of BitCoins at the end of the year on: December 03, 2013, 12:54:42 PM
Over 9000
850  Other / Meta / Re: Q FOR THEYMOS: Why tell mods to give special treatment to donators, VIPs? on: December 03, 2013, 12:20:51 AM
Heh, talk to Goat. He will tell you that VIPs and Donators don't get special treatment when it comes to moderation. That being said, I'd imagine it has to do with the logic, that the majority of donators and VIPs aren't going to pay the money to get the title, and then cause trouble and get themselves banned. They have a financial stake in their account, so it would make sense that they would be more conciencious.

That being said, Satoshi is the only person who gets special consideration. It is strictly against the rules for anyone to touch Satoshi's posts, not that anyone would want to.

I think it should be forbidden to even read any of Satoshi's posts, except by a Satoshi Lama when the moon is full, tide is high, AND when bitcoins are going up, up, up. One could still quote Satoshi if they are a card-carrying Satoshite, but only if their paid membership dues are up-to-date.

~TMIBTCITW
Was Gage's pass MITM'd?
851  Other / Meta / Re: Today's Man-In-The-Middle on: December 03, 2013, 12:18:27 AM
Click on the padlock, then try to find it

The little lock in the address bar indicating it uses https (SSL)
Yeah sorry I should have clarified that
852  Other / Meta / Re: Petition: disable 'self-moderation' on: December 03, 2013, 12:15:06 AM
No, leave it, self-moderation lets me know the people you should never have a debate with in advance!

how though? especially if you're not around when there is a deletion. only way is the person whose post that is deleted opens up another one to complain, which i've seen a few times.. but what about the other times when it goes unnoticed?


in the end, though, it doesn't really matter that much to me.

Solved:

Leave the self-moderation but don't delete the deleted posts completely (make them like the ones from ignored people)
853  Other / Meta / Re: Today's Man-In-The-Middle on: December 03, 2013, 12:10:31 AM
Click on the padlock, then try to find it
854  Local / Discussions générales et utilisation du Bitcoin / Re: obtenir bitcoin gratuitement on: December 02, 2013, 10:23:11 PM
Le bitcoin est une immense arnaque, une valeur qui augmente et des vendeurs qui ne trouvent pas d'acheteurs...et le site Mtgox, aucune adresse de contact, pas de tel....bref, bitcoin= Madoff x 1000!
Qui utilise les bitcoins? Tout le monde si on lit les news, personne en réalité ..
Quant aux bitcoins gratuits n'en parlons pas.
Oué lol xD tousse dé jonpi mdrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Sinon quand t'auras des arguments n'hésite pas à créer un fil pour en discuter
855  Other / Meta / Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52 on: December 02, 2013, 09:37:12 PM
Well, recent events tend to prove that SSL is shit.



The new priorities are: short tasks/fixes, then JJL, then Chrome bugs
Please please please an ignore topic function Smiley


  • Fix image upload
  • Ignore topics
  • JJL implementation
  • Chrome bugs



Please note I can't develop before Saturday, so don't expect anything until then


How does JJL work?
The server has a Bitcoin address and the corresponding private key.
Each JJL-protected page is a JSON that has the following syntax:
Code:
{"address":"1aDdrESS", "signature":"GhdkoEdj838DHslslDIZE8h65EE29", "response":"This is the actual response, it can be a stringified JSON too"}
Obviously, the page is accepted ONLY IF signature is a signature of response by address AND address is the correct address for the server

How will BT++ implement that?
The address of the server will be written inside. In case of emergency/whatever, it can be changed.

856  Other / Meta / Re: Login history/man-in-the-middle on: December 02, 2013, 09:25:45 PM
Check the IP that bitcointalk.org resolves to and the SHA fingerprint of the SSL-certificate and compare them with values posted by theymos to ensure that you're on the correct website before logging in.

Yup - from where I am connecting through I see 109.201.133.195 (from where I am actually located I see 108.162.196.161) so I think I am fine (did also check the SSL cert fingerprint matched the one that theymos signed).


I typed 109.201.133.195 into my url bar and pressed enter, it goes to bitcointalk and has the https with the green lock.  It's safe then, right?

It should be ok
Check the fingerprint to be sure
857  Other / Meta / Re: Petition: disable 'self-moderation' on: December 02, 2013, 08:26:34 PM
Leave the self-moderation but don't delete the deleted posts completely (make them like the ones from ignored people)
858  Other / Off-topic / Re: Americans.. on: December 02, 2013, 08:21:58 PM
Some of the Americans humans are very nice, but some are like - this is a one-side opinion - kind of arrogant or selfish

Fixed it for ya.


nope, it's mostly the americans Cheesy
others are more or less normal, there are certain individuals but they're in small numbers but when it comes to USA, it's a whole  different story Cheesy
there the majority is like that..

so what are you? french? british?
Do you mean French and Brits are arrogant?
859  Economy / Services / Re: Earn upto 0.6 BTC per month for your signature! on: December 02, 2013, 12:46:51 PM
Still, the guy announced a new gambling site then don't post anymore
860  Economy / Services / Re: Earn upto 0.6 BTC per month for your signature! on: December 01, 2013, 11:37:24 AM

REMINDER: OP LOGS IN EVERYDAY BUT DIDN'T POST FOR 5 DAYS
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