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January 23, 2011, 03:50:13 AM
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Your friendly neighborhood radical tech collective, Riseup Networks (https://riseup.net) now accepts bitcoins for donation (1KhKTL2bp4PwtAsvzHbpcS1TKvubQ3P6sq).

There is no mention of Bitcoin on your donate page.  A lot of people around here require that since just about anyone can register on the forum and provide some Bitcoin address which may or may not be tied to the organization in question.

Its on the draft donate page, which hasn't been released yet: https://kelp.riseup.net/en/donate#how-to-donate-anonymously -- when it has been finished it will be on the real donate page.

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January 23, 2011, 04:06:05 AM
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Population control was the one that shocked me.  Apparently people aren't supposed to use Rise Up to spread information on contraception?

No.

The background here is that there are some environmental groups who espouse the line that the only way to fix the environment is through population control. Typically this is referring to the global south, and is highly problematic for privileged global north environmentalists to suggest that this is the way to fix the environment.  basically, riseup is not interested in supporting environmentalists in the global north who are obsessed with population control, especially when there are no environmental group in the global south thinks that population, in and of itself, is a problem. when white environmentalists talk about population they are usually talking about people of color in poor agrarian countries. The narrative is that these people are too stupid to know better than to not have kids.

Does that mean that discussion of contraception, family planning, abortion, or the ecological costs of human overpopulation is not allowed using a riseup account? No.  In fact, when we look at resource usage, pollution produced and other impacts on the environment; the countries of the global north have a hugely disproportionate negative impact on the global environment. In fact, in an agrarian setting where the family is always the primary economic unit, it makes perfect sense to have very large families, as people did in this country when more people worked in agriculture.

There is a very sick history of tons of money being funneled into poor countries for forced sterilization, birth control experiments in exchange for "health care", and the granting of food aid on the condition of a vasectomy or tubal ligation. All this has been done in the name of saving the environment. This traditional approach is so obviously racist that the environmentalists have changed their tactic: now they talk about 'footprint' and consumption. they say we need to restrict immigration to the US because those immigrants will start consuming like Americans, and that is not sustainable. Then again, this new tactic is not really any less obviously racist, yet somehow this is an unbelievably common argument.

So, contraception, abortion, family planning, reproductive choices? All great, Riseup is for that. yes, there is an ecological cost of overpopulation (although there is a political science argument about carrying capacity and overpopulation being a myth), but when it is used by northern environmentalists to subjugate people from the south, we find that a little despicable.

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January 23, 2011, 10:02:47 AM
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Hi,
could you please add http://www.youtipit.org to the trading list.
YouTipIt is a flattr like online community platform for tipping bitcoins.
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January 23, 2011, 02:05:28 PM
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Hi,
could you please add http://www.youtipit.org to the trading list.
YouTipIt is a flattr like online community platform for tipping bitcoins.
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Looks cool. It's neat that you essentially found a way to make people wait 45 days for PayPal bought coins without it being to annoying since the buyer feels like they already bought and spent the coins immediately after tipping. And the person who got the tip can't complain too much since it was money for "nothing".

I have enough connections that I can get coins immediately with my PP, but I'm going to buy some from you if the 30 cents is a valid offer. Does that stay updated? How many can/will you sell at that rate?

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January 24, 2011, 04:34:02 PM
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Looks cool. It's neat that you essentially found a way to make people wait 45 days for PayPal bought coins without it being to annoying since the buyer feels like they already bought and spent the coins immediately after tipping. And the person who got the tip can't complain too much since it was money for "nothing".

I have enough connections that I can get coins immediately with my PP, but I'm going to buy some from you if the 30 cents is a valid offer. Does that stay updated? How many can/will you sell at that rate?

Sorry, the 0,30 cent offer is out.. We sold out very quickly. We are trying to get new coins right now. So I'm actually looking for Bitcoins at the moment.
We'll have to sell at a significantly higher rate, as a good proportion of the buyers, mainly bought them to speculate. At least thats what I suspect. Roll Eyes
We want to enable "the technicaly not savy", to easily aquire Bitcoins. Therfore a higher rate will be necessary to keep out the speculators; probably 0,50 cent looking at the current mt gox rates..







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January 24, 2011, 10:12:17 PM
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Looks cool. It's neat that you essentially found a way to make people wait 45 days for PayPal bought coins without it being to annoying since the buyer feels like they already bought and spent the coins immediately after tipping. And the person who got the tip can't complain too much since it was money for "nothing".

I have enough connections that I can get coins immediately with my PP, but I'm going to buy some from you if the 30 cents is a valid offer. Does that stay updated? How many can/will you sell at that rate?

Sorry, the 0,30 cent offer is out.. We sold out very quickly. We are trying to get new coins right now. So I'm actually looking for Bitcoins at the moment.
We'll have to sell at a significantly higher rate, as a good proportion of the buyers, mainly bought them to speculate. At least thats what I suspect. Roll Eyes
We want to enable "the technicaly not savy", to easily aquire Bitcoins. Therfore a higher rate will be necessary to keep out the speculators; probably 0,50 cent looking at the current mt gox rates..



50 cents should (IMHO) last you through about February.




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January 25, 2011, 12:20:29 AM
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Looks cool. It's neat that you essentially found a way to make people wait 45 days for PayPal bought coins without it being to annoying since the buyer feels like they already bought and spent the coins immediately after tipping. And the person who got the tip can't complain too much since it was money for "nothing".

I have enough connections that I can get coins immediately with my PP, but I'm going to buy some from you if the 30 cents is a valid offer. Does that stay updated? How many can/will you sell at that rate?

Sorry, the 0,30 cent offer is out.. We sold out very quickly. We are trying to get new coins right now. So I'm actually looking for Bitcoins at the moment.
We'll have to sell at a significantly higher rate, as a good proportion of the buyers, mainly bought them to speculate. At least thats what I suspect. Roll Eyes
We want to enable "the technicaly not savy", to easily aquire Bitcoins. Therfore a higher rate will be necessary to keep out the speculators; probably 0,50 cent looking at the current mt gox rates..


Well, yeah, selling things below market rate is going to attract a lot of people. However, I don't think it's only 'speculators' who prefer to pay less than to pay more.

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January 26, 2011, 11:45:29 AM
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Hi. We, at Russian Info Agency RusInfo, are accepting BitCoins as donations.
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http://rusinfo.cc/help

Could you please add this address to "Donation-accepting organizations and projects" section: http://www.rusinfo.cc ?

If someone interested we are Russian radical nationalists and fight for Russian national revolution, obviously Smiley) Against rusofobic "russian" government and Russia as police and repression system.

As for RIA RusInfo - this is news, political events and analytic reviews portal with comments allowed. In Russian language.
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January 26, 2011, 11:58:30 AM
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Hi. We, at Russian Info Agency RusInfo, are accepting BitCoins as donations.
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http://rusinfo.cc/help

If someone interested we are Russian radical nationalists and fight for Russian national revolution, obviously Smiley) Against rusofobic "russian" government and Russia as police and repression system.

I'm not russian but I'll give you a few bitcoin cents.
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January 26, 2011, 12:11:40 PM
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I'm not russian but I'll give you a few bitcoin cents.

Thank you!
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January 26, 2011, 01:34:12 PM
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If someone interested we are Russian radical nationalists and fight for Russian national revolution, obviously Smiley) Against rusofobic "russian" government and Russia as police and repression system.

I'm sorry, but what does radical nationalism mean in this context?  Because from an American perspective, it doesn't sound like something I would support.

"The powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent meetings and conferences. The apex of the systems was to be the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, a private bank owned and controlled by the world's central banks which were themselves private corporations. Each central bank...sought to dominate its government by its ability to control Treasury loans, to manipulate foreign exchanges, to influence the level of economic activity in the country, and to influence cooperative politicians by subsequent economic rewards in the business world."

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January 26, 2011, 01:36:39 PM
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If someone interested we are Russian radical nationalists and fight for Russian national revolution, obviously Smiley) Against rusofobic "russian" government and Russia as police and repression system.

I'm sorry, but what does radical nationalism mean in this context?  Because from an American perspective, it doesn't sound like something I would support.

Good question. I just see "against government" and assume kinship, lol. It would be pretty silly to be nationalistic in the sense that I understand it and be against the government. They drew the lines that separate us!

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January 26, 2011, 02:02:19 PM
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I'm sorry, but what does radical nationalism mean in this context?
In what context?
As for definition, you would probably like to go to Wikipedia or smth like that.

In two words. Nationalism means defending interests of your only nation. Radical means that other "ethical" ways of providing normal life to you as part of nation is useless. In particular, the only way to stop henocide of Russian people in Russia - is to destroy this crap country in fire of Revolutoin Smiley)

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It would be pretty silly to be nationalistic in the sense that I understand it and be against the government.
From my point of view, it would be pretty silly to make conclusions on subjects you don`t understand.

Gentlemen, I will answer your questions if you want, but I think it is not a right thread (and maybe forum Wink) to make discussion on such things.
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January 27, 2011, 12:04:31 AM
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If someone interested we are Russian radical nationalists and fight for Russian national revolution, obviously Smiley) Against rusofobic "russian" government and Russia as police and repression system.

I'm sorry, but what does radical nationalism mean in this context?  Because from an American perspective, it doesn't sound like something I would support.

As the Russian Nationalist gentleman explained nationalism means supporting your own nation.  It is important to keep in mind that nation, as used by nationalists, is different than state.  A nation is an ethnic grouping such as Slav, Anglo-Saxon, or Jew.  I'll personally only support nationalists when they are opposing someone worse, which is rare.  Isolationist nationalists are infinitely preferable to me, however, than expansionist nationalists, and there are occasions where nationalists are preferable to non-nationalist opponents (the only example I can think of is China, when the nationalists were preferable to the Maoists) I won't be supporting these particular nationalists with my bitcoins, and I urge the rest of you to avoid doing so as well.  Nationalist does, indeed, mean the same thing here as it does when used as a part of the term "National Socialist"

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January 27, 2011, 04:23:47 AM
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Bitcoin on Youtube:
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January 27, 2011, 10:29:08 AM
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JAZZ LESSONS for BITCOIN!!!    Cool

For those of you who don't know, I'm a jazz saxophone player...here's a couple links to hear my playing:

Anyway, I have started accepting bitcoin to review anyone's jazz playing.  Basically if you want some advice on improving your jazz soloing (and music in general or anything else for that matter Cheesy), just upload a video to youtube, send approximately 1 bitcoin per minute of video (but suggested minimum is the equivalent of 1USD) to mybitcoin.com address ericfontainejazz with a link to your youtube video, and then ericfontainejazz will write comments on your youtube video (or send a private message if requested) on how to improve your playing.  I might even send a video response if you send me extra bitcoins Smiley (send a youtube message to ericfontainejazz first).

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January 28, 2011, 05:21:01 PM
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JJGames accepts Bitcoin payment for used video games and systems.  The payment process is automated.  The site provides more detailed payment instructions.

Can the Trade page maintainer update the link for JJGames to point to http://www.jjgames.com/page/bitcoin instead of the JJGames home page?  The instructions page might be a more helpful landing page for Bitcoiners.

Thanks.
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January 29, 2011, 12:40:52 PM
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Hi!

Just a short message to let you know JACKPOT DICE is now in full operation.

http://jackpotdice.bitcoinbet.com/

There is a forum thread on: http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3031.0 and a partner program at: http://jackpotdice.bitcoinbet.com/partners.php

Enjoy your weekend!
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January 29, 2011, 12:43:35 PM
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JAZZ LESSONS for BITCOIN!!!    Cool

For those of you who don't know, I'm a jazz saxophone player...here's a couple links to hear my playing:

Anyway, I have started accepting bitcoin to review anyone's jazz playing.  Basically if you want some advice on improving your jazz soloing (and music in general or anything else for that matter Cheesy), just upload a video to youtube, send approximately 1 bitcoin per minute of video (but suggested minimum is the equivalent of 1USD) to mybitcoin.com address ericfontainejazz with a link to your youtube video, and then ericfontainejazz will write comments on your youtube video (or send a private message if requested) on how to improve your playing.  I might even send a video response if you send me extra bitcoins Smiley (send a youtube message to ericfontainejazz first).

You probably should start using YouTipIt.org.

Bitalo.com coming soon!

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January 30, 2011, 07:21:31 PM
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Hello everybody,

I develop some free software for my needs. And I hope that there are useful for others.
Some examples:

Project 1 : IP-Link
http://ip-link.wikidot.com/
The goal of IP-Link is to see the relationships between different IP from network traffic capture (pcap file, honeypot), thus quickly for a given address with the IP that communicates the most.
IP-Link mainly uses CIRCOS (http://mkweb.bcgsc.ca/circos/) and graphviz.
License: Python

Project 2: pyAggr3g470r
http://bitbucket.org/cedricbonhomme/pyaggr3g470r/
pyAggr3g470r is a news aggregator with e-mail notification and a web interface. Articles are stored in a SQLite base (generation of QR codes with URLs of articles, export articles (HTML, EPUB, raw text and for DokuWiki), articles are stored in a SQLite database).
License: GPLv3

Project 3: Stéganô
http://bitbucket.org/cedricbonhomme/stegano/
Stéganô is a basic (for the moment ;-) Python Steganography module.
License: GPLv3

You can find other projects here: https://bitbucket.org/cedricbonhomme/ or here: http://wiki.cedricbonhomme.org/doku.php/projects


Obviously, these projects only accept bitcoins ;-)
My bitcoin address for my projects: 1GVmhR9fbBeEh7rP1qNq76jWArDdDQ3otZ
You can specify the name of the project when sending a bitcoin if you wish.


Thank you,
Cédric
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