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November 19, 2014, 07:31:59 PM
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www.datacointalk.org leads to storj.io.

mstg (mstfck?) I see you are making contributions to both Storj and Metadisk as well.  Does this mean you are working on both Storj and Datacoin?  Are you maintaining the integration between Datacoin and Storj? 

Thanks very much for datacoin.js.

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November 20, 2014, 12:32:01 PM
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www.datacointalk.org leads to storj.io.

mstg (mstfck?) I see you are making contributions to both Storj and Metadisk as well.  Does this mean you are working on both Storj and Datacoin?  Are you maintaining the integration between Datacoin and Storj? 

Thanks very much for datacoin.js.

it seems he took the domain for more visitors @ storj.io
he could have forked the original datacoin repo, instead he created a new repo (this is a shady process).

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November 26, 2014, 09:31:51 PM
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Just to know.. without polemize.. but is this project SO dead that the admin didn't renewed the datacoin.info domain, neither?

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December 02, 2014, 01:31:14 PM
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www.datacointalk.org leads to storj.io.

mstg (mstfck?) I see you are making contributions to both Storj and Metadisk as well.  Does this mean you are working on both Storj and Datacoin?  Are you maintaining the integration between Datacoin and Storj? 

Thanks very much for datacoin.js.

it seems he took the domain for more visitors @ storj.io
he could have forked the original datacoin repo, instead he created a new repo (this is a shady process).

Nothing shady at all actually. I just wanted to have an official repo. Just go review the code if you are so paranoid. Datacoin community seems dead, but Storj looks promising. So I decided to leave Datacoin as is and moved over to Storj. Correct me if I am wrong.

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December 02, 2014, 04:16:56 PM
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www.datacointalk.org leads to storj.io.

mstg (mstfck?) I see you are making contributions to both Storj and Metadisk as well.  Does this mean you are working on both Storj and Datacoin?  Are you maintaining the integration between Datacoin and Storj?  

Thanks very much for datacoin.js.

it seems he took the domain for more visitors @ storj.io
he could have forked the original datacoin repo, instead he created a new repo (this is a shady process).

Nothing shady at all actually. I just wanted to have an official repo. Just go review the code if you are so paranoid. Datacoin community seems dead, but Storj looks promising. So I decided to leave Datacoin as is and moved over to Storj. Correct me if I am wrong.
then do a fork and add your changes. if you dont, all the history of development (git history) is lost. ppl who dont fork are usual too stupid too or they have nasty things in mind, like including (little) malicous changes. no offense tough.

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December 04, 2014, 01:07:06 PM
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Is there a nice, complete list of dependencies for the Datacoin fork on GitHub?  I'm stuck in dependency hell just trying to get it working.

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December 04, 2014, 07:00:28 PM
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Is there a nice, complete list of dependencies for the Datacoin fork on GitHub?  I'm stuck in dependency hell just trying to get it working.
see /doc

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December 10, 2014, 08:10:28 AM
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piratebay was raided and taken offline by police. Prepare to become extremely rich with providing the alternative.

Can you do it? We count on you!

DTC is needed for torrents. This is such a golden project you can't even imagine.
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December 10, 2014, 07:54:11 PM
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Is there a nice, complete list of dependencies for the Datacoin fork on GitHub?  I'm stuck in dependency hell just trying to get it working.

As far as I see DTC is working fine.
List of dependencies is the same as for Bitcoin + libgmp-dev.
Are you trying to compile it or something else?

Here is an actual repo with new working seed nodes: https://github.com/datacoin-project/datacoin

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December 10, 2014, 08:01:05 PM
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piratebay was raided and taken offline by police. Prepare to become extremely rich with providing the alternative.

Can you do it? We count on you!

DTC is needed for torrents. This is such a golden project you can't even imagine.

Definitely.
A related discussion has been started today at reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Datacoin/comments/2ovhqz/unless_i_am_misunderstanding_something_datacoin/
You are welcome to join Wink

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December 10, 2014, 09:30:15 PM
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piratebay was raided and taken offline by police. Prepare to become extremely rich with providing the alternative.

Can you do it? We count on you!

DTC is needed for torrents. This is such a golden project you can't even imagine.

Definitely.
A related discussion has been started today at reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Datacoin/comments/2ovhqz/unless_i_am_misunderstanding_something_datacoin/
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reddit buggs for me. Can't register somehow.

But datacoin is golden, golden, golden because of an hardcore usecase and potential enormous demand i can tell you that. Go DTC!
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December 11, 2014, 01:50:55 PM
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Yes, a torrent system based on Datacoin would be amazing, even though there is other alternatives. It is worth it because it is raw data in the blockchain, not metadata.

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December 13, 2014, 10:01:17 AM
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http://dtc.graymines.net/index.php?id=blocks still up, it costs me 60$/month so I will move it to much cheaper server before and of 2014.

Well, I see alot of power added to network last days (solo or other mine) :-)

Good for DTC!

Please guys contact bter or other exchanges, we have to make noise to be listened!
Without exchange DTC is dead :-/

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December 13, 2014, 10:09:56 AM
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TPB event is an open door for DTC
Storj provides the (physicals) HDD, but DTC is the data (particularly the index keys for finding on StorJ)
efforts could be combined

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December 13, 2014, 12:34:40 PM
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TPB event is an open door for DTC
Storj provides the (physicals) HDD, but DTC is the data (particularly the index keys for finding on StorJ)
efforts could be combined

No. First Storj version used DTC yes, but they have moved to Florincoin, and before final release I believe Factom will be used.

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December 14, 2014, 03:42:22 PM
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http://dtc.graymines.net/index.php?id=blocks still up, it costs me 60$/month so I will move it to much cheaper server before and of 2014.

Well, I see alot of power added to network last days (solo or other mine) :-)

Good for DTC!

Please guys contact bter or other exchanges, we have to make noise to be listened!
Without exchange DTC is dead :-/


Working pool is a great news. I've sent a link to reddit. Does it work with CPU miners?

Coins-e seems to still work with DTC:
https://www.coins-e.com/exchange/DTC_BTC/

I've contacted bter. We have an ongoing discussion but they still don't tell symptoms of the problem they have.

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December 14, 2014, 09:25:31 PM
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Yes, a torrent system based on Datacoin would be amazing, even though there is other alternatives. It is worth it because it is raw data in the blockchain, not metadata.

I've started a year ago implementing torrent catalog inside Datacoin blockchain. You can see some drafts using oocook5u's datacoin-browser in testnet: http://localhost:8080/dtc-testnet/get/ad4f39667cbdccc51da2bdbe857e036d62ee6240005d554ac614cddf8f1cc20d (wait until it will reach 21340th block). You need to run dtc-http-server.pl to check this.

I think this is the time to restart this work from scratch. Here is my proposal:

In order to have a censorship protected torrent catalog we have to create database that consists of entries of the following structure:

1. magnet link
2. creative work metadata (movie title, actors, ...)
3. torrent metadata (video quality, video length, codec, ...)

Creative work metadata are widely presented in the Web and I don't think we have to copy them into the blockchain. We can use linked data instead: links to wikidata/imdb/rottentomato/... and to other data we can download and parse easily.

Below is an example of such an entry created from TPB item (13127745/Star-Wars-Episode-V-The-Empire-Strikes-Back-1980-720p-6-1ch-BRRip-AAC-x264-GeekRG-Isohunt-to) with comments. I use JSON LD format and schema.org vocabulary. JSON LD seems to be a bit fat, schema.org needs to be extended for our task but I don't see better solution now.

Code:
{
   // Header: this is a video and a pointer to vocabulary
   "@type":"VideoObject",
   "@context":{
      "@vocab":"http://schema.org/"
   },

   // 1: Magnet link
   "contentUrl":"magnet:?xt=urn:btih:e6a1247014fac644a6487687f1ce14f20eecabc3&dn=Star+Wars+Episode+V+-+The+Empire+Strikes+Back+%281980%29+720p+6.1ch+BRRip+AAC+x264+-+%5BGeekRG%5D+%5BIsohunt.to%5D&xl=1029974649&dl=1029974649&tr=udp://open.demonii.com:1337/announce&tr=udp://tracker.leechers-paradise.org:6969/announce&tr=udp://tracker.publicbt.com:80/announce&tr=udp://9.rarbg.com:2710/announce",

   // 2: Creative work metadata: links to wikidata and imdb.
   //    There is no reason to copy them because it isn't likely
   //    they will be suddenly disappear from Web.
   "encodesCreativeWork":[
      {
         "@type":"Movie",
         "SameAs/wikidata":"Q181795",
         "SameAs/imdb":"tt0080684"
      }
   ],

   // 3: Torrent metadata: here schema.org lacks of required properties.
   //    Missing properties have slashes in names.
   "encodingFormat":"mpeg4",
   "encodingFormat/videoCodec":"AVC",
   "encodingFormat/frameRate":"23.976fps",
   "encodingFormat/audioCodec":"HE-AAC",
   "encodingFormat/audioRate":"48KHz",
   "encodingFormat/audioChannels":"6",
   "width":"1280",
   "height":"544",
   "inLanguage/audio":"en",
   "inLanguage/subtitles":"en",
   "Duration":"PT2H7M"
}

Technically this is enough to rebuild a very rich media database on each PC having blockchain downloaded: all details can be requested from wikidata, imdb and other external sources.

User can browse and query such a database locally by title, actors' names, video quality, audio language etc. Clicking on magnet link he will start a download with his torrent client.

This work will require a lot of manual work to establish relations between magnet links and wikidata/imdb/rottentomatos/... databases because existing TPB data are very unstructured. Volunteers doing this work can be compensated in DTC by commutiny.

Any thoughts?

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December 14, 2014, 09:27:18 PM
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Yes, a torrent system based on Datacoin would be amazing, even though there is other alternatives. It is worth it because it is raw data in the blockchain, not metadata.

I've started a year ago implementing torrent catalog inside Datacoin blockchain. You can see some drafts using oocook5u's datacoin-browser in testnet: http://localhost:8080/dtc-testnet/get/ad4f39667cbdccc51da2bdbe857e036d62ee6240005d554ac614cddf8f1cc20d (wait until it will reach 21340th block). You need to run dtc-http-server.pl to check this.

I think this is the time to restart this work from scratch. Here is my proposal:

In order to have a censorship protected torrent catalog we have to store database that consists of entries of the following structure:

1. magnet link
2. creative work metadata (movie title, actors, ...)
3. torrent metadata (video quality, video length, codec, ...)

Creative work metadata are widely presented in the Web and I don't think we have to copy them into the blockchain. We can use linked data instead: links to wikidata/imdb/rottentomato/... and to other data we can download and parse easily.

Below is an example of such an entry created from TPB item (13127745/Star-Wars-Episode-V-The-Empire-Strikes-Back-1980-720p-6-1ch-BRRip-AAC-x264-GeekRG-Isohunt-to) with comments. I use JSON LD format and schema.org vocabulary. JSON LD seems to be a bit fat, schema.org needs to be extended for our task but I don't see better solution now.

Code:
{
   // Header: this is a video and a pointer to vocabulary
   "@type":"VideoObject",
   "@context":{
      "@vocab":"http://schema.org/"
   },
   // 1: Magnet link
   "contentUrl":"magnet:?xt=urn:btih:e6a1247014fac644a6487687f1ce14f20eecabc3&dn=Star+Wars+Episode+V+-+The+Empire+Strikes+Back+%281980%29+720p+6.1ch+BRRip+AAC+x264+-+%5BGeekRG%5D+%5BIsohunt.to%5D&xl=1029974649&dl=1029974649&tr=udp://open.demonii.com:1337/announce&tr=udp://tracker.leechers-paradise.org:6969/announce&tr=udp://tracker.publicbt.com:80/announce&tr=udp://9.rarbg.com:2710/announce",
   // 2: Creative work metadata: links to wikidata and imdb.
   //    There is no reason to copy them because it isn't likely
   //    they will be suddenly disappear from Web.
   "encodesCreativeWork":[
      {
         "@type":"Movie",
         "SameAs/wikidata":"Q181795",
         "SameAs/imdb":"tt0080684"
      }
   ],
   // 3: Torrent metadata: here schema.org lacks of required properties.
   //    Missing properties have slashes in names.
   "encodingFormat":"mpeg4",
   "encodingFormat/videoCodec":"AVC",
   "encodingFormat/frameRate":"23.976fps",
   "encodingFormat/audioCodec":"HE-AAC",
   "encodingFormat/audioRate":"48KHz",
   "encodingFormat/audioChannels":"6",
   "width":"1280",
   "height":"544",
   "inLanguage/audio":"en",
   "inLanguage/subtitles":"en",
   "Duration":"PT2H7M"
}

Technically this is enogh to rebuild a very rich media database on each PC having blockchain downloaded: all details can be requested from wikidata, imdb and other external sources.

User can browse and query such a database locally by title, actors' names, video quality, audio language etc. Clicking on magnet link he will start a download with his torrent client.

This work will require a lot of manual work to establish relations between magnet links and wikidata/imdb/rottentomatos/... databases because existing TPB data are very unstructured. Volunteers doing this work can be compensated in DTC by commutiny.

Any thoughts?
good idea, tough rating is needed for torrents.

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Yes, a torrent system based on Datacoin would be amazing, even though there is other alternatives. It is worth it because it is raw data in the blockchain, not metadata.
...

In order to have a censorship protected torrent catalog we have to store database that consists of entries of the following structure:

1. magnet link
2. creative work metadata (movie title, actors, ...)
3. torrent metadata (video quality, video length, codec, ...)

Creative work metadata are widely presented in the Web and I don't think we have to copy them into the blockchain. We can use linked data instead: links to wikidata/imdb/rottentomato/... and to other data we can download and parse easily.

...

Technically this is enogh to rebuild a very rich media database on each PC having blockchain downloaded: all details can be requested from wikidata, imdb and other external sources.

User can browse and query such a database locally by title, actors' names, video quality, audio language etc. Clicking on magnet link he will start a download with his torrent client.

This work will require a lot of manual work to establish relations between magnet links and wikidata/imdb/rottentomatos/... databases because existing TPB data are very unstructured. Volunteers doing this work can be compensated in DTC by commutiny.

Any thoughts?
good idea, tough rating is needed for torrents.

What is the purpose of having rating?

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Yes, a torrent system based on Datacoin would be amazing, even though there is other alternatives. It is worth it because it is raw data in the blockchain, not metadata.
...

In order to have a censorship protected torrent catalog we have to store database that consists of entries of the following structure:

1. magnet link
2. creative work metadata (movie title, actors, ...)
3. torrent metadata (video quality, video length, codec, ...)

Creative work metadata are widely presented in the Web and I don't think we have to copy them into the blockchain. We can use linked data instead: links to wikidata/imdb/rottentomato/... and to other data we can download and parse easily.

...

Technically this is enogh to rebuild a very rich media database on each PC having blockchain downloaded: all details can be requested from wikidata, imdb and other external sources.

User can browse and query such a database locally by title, actors' names, video quality, audio language etc. Clicking on magnet link he will start a download with his torrent client.

This work will require a lot of manual work to establish relations between magnet links and wikidata/imdb/rottentomatos/... databases because existing TPB data are very unstructured. Volunteers doing this work can be compensated in DTC by commutiny.

Any thoughts?
good idea, tough rating is needed for torrents.

What is the purpose of having rating?
to identify fakes without downloading them.

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