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12:29:26  <sousoux>good morning/afternoon
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13:56:29  <rphillips>good morning
14:00:54  <sousoux>creationix: despite sillyness on the pretty print problem the other two I put in are valid I think. My uncertainty is on the absolute require in a bundle one. Is it correct that require('bundle:/absolute/path/in/bundle') should work?
14:10:26  <sousoux>I'm really 100% stuck on getting to a single binary without that since it seems very difficult to substitute a patched version
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14:43:42  <creationix>sousoux: yes, the other two patches were great
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15:32:03  <creationix>rphillips: hmm, verifying signatures on groups is hard in lit
15:32:11  <creationix>the server knows the members of the group, but the client doesn't
15:32:19  <creationix>I guess the client needs a way to query the server for groups
15:32:20  <rphillips>hm
15:32:59  <creationix>also if a user revokes an ssh key on github after publishing something, that package will be considered invalid by the client
15:37:06  <creationix>I guess for now I can just emit a warning when the signature can't be verified on the client
15:37:24  <creationix>you only need client verification anyway if you don't trust my server
15:49:24  <dan336>shouldn't the packages be invalid? I mean revoking a ssh key on github normally happens when the key has been stolen (at least in my experience) and if its revoked, shouldn't that mean that any packages that were published with that key could potentially not be trusted?
15:57:38  <creationix>dan336: no, because people also rotate keys or move machines and create new keys.
15:57:52  <creationix>if I didn't revoke old keys, I'd have like 100 keys o ngithub
15:58:37  <dan336>that seems like a good reason then. I didn't think about that because I tend to move my keys around with me as I change machine
15:59:08  <creationix> I mean, publishers could just re-publish all their lit packages when they rotate keys, but that's quite annoying.
15:59:26  <creationix>I don't want to require that
15:59:29  <dan336>yeah you are right it is annoying.
15:59:47  <creationix>the harder problem is what to do with groups like "luvit" https://github.com/luvit/lit/issues/13
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18:51:14  <creationix>rphillips: I should get a wilecard ssl cert for creationix.com or luvit.io sometime
18:51:21  <creationix>*wildcard
18:51:37  <creationix>I keep forgetting that websockets don’t work over plain http from the office
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