I've been trying for more than a month to get a Twitter developer account, in order to create a new OAuth app for Data Transfer Project's software. Replies take weeks, and I still don't have access. So I must assume that https://
SemVer's New Maintainers: https://
What’s next for SemVer: https://
I didn't know the Raspberry Pi ran a closed-source core OS under Linux. This, and other issues with it, are explained in this post: https://
"DART will be the first demonstration of the kinetic impact technique to change the motion of an asteroid in space." https://
The GNOME design team put in some serious effort to modernize app icons from GNOME 3.32 onward, and help designers and developers create better icons for their apps: http://
XRP market cap may be overstated by a cool $6 billion pretty much everywhere online: https://
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I hosted a small session on the Bitcoin Lightning Network at Hacker Beach last night, and promised to share all the resources from it somewhere. Hence, here's a random list of things you can read to learn about Lightning Network, and also start using/testing it.
* The original Lightning Network paper
* Slides from a Lightning Network talk at the SF Bitcoin Devs meetup (Feb 2015) -- Slightly outdated, but contains a lot of the basics (from the authors of the paper)
* The Lightning RFCs / BOLTs -- This repo contains the various protocol specifications. Also, scroll down in the README for a nice short introduction section.
* Lightning network in depth, part 1: Payment channels
* Lightning network in depth, part 2: HTLC and payment routing
* lightning-onion -- Repo containing the code for LND's onion routing. Also, check the README for a broad overview of what this means for the Lightning Network.
* LND Developer Site -- Resources and documentation for the Lightning Network Daemon (LND)
* c-lightning -- A Lightning Network implementation in C
* Spark Wallet -- A GUI client for c-lighnting
* eclair -- A scala implementation of the Lightning Network
* eclair-mobile -- An Android wallet for the Lightning Network
* Lightning Wallet for Android -- A fork of eclair with support for receiving payments (includes watchtowers)
Was wondering about how exactly maps.me submits user edits back to OpenStreetMap, and I just randomly stumbled across one of the ways they do it: https://
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