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* Slides from a Lightning Network talk at the SF Bitcoin Devs meetup (Feb 2015) -- Slightly outdated, but contains a lot of the basics (from the authors of the paper)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://
Recently stumbled across umap, which is an alternative to Google Maps for creating and sharing your own maps with POIs and such. Works really well so far, and the feature set is fantastic! http://
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