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00:02:37  <kumavis>jjjohnny: interesting -- reading now -- this would work without rewriting the blockchain node?
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00:11:58  <kumavis>yeah seems like it wouldnt
00:14:17  <kumavis>heres some hacky suggestions https://stackoverflow.com/questions/9177598/multiple-instances-of-a-leveldb-database-at-the-same-time
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00:32:12  <ogd>kumavis: why do you need multiple leveldbs?
00:32:44  <kumavis>blockchain node (c++) writes to a leveldb instance
00:32:57  <kumavis>i want to read from that db
00:33:40  <kumavis>basically im building a server for querying ethereum blockchain state
00:33:42  <ogd>kumavis: ahhh
00:33:58  <kumavis>and i want to wrap an existing client that i dont want to touch the code of
00:34:05  <ogd>kumavis: hmm i cant think of a good way to do it without writing c++
00:34:36  <kumavis>ogd what do you think of the symlink hack listed above
00:34:41  <kumavis>in the stackoverflow
00:34:42  <ogd>kumavis: possible hack is put hyperleveldb underneath
00:35:03  <ogd>kumavis: and use their liveBackup api to create backup leveldbs and use node on those
00:35:28  <kumavis>hmmm ok investigating
00:35:39  <ogd>kumavis: the problem with copying files using e.g. `cp` is that doesnt ensure consistency
00:35:47  <ogd>kumavis: thats why hyperleveldb implemented liveBackup
00:36:05  <kumavis>why do you lose that requirement?
00:36:25  <ogd>kumavis: the file state could be corrupted i think
00:36:50  <kumavis>hmm ok
00:38:47  <ogd>kumavis: you could try the cp method and see if it works in testing for while against a production db :)
00:39:06  <ogd>kumavis: it might work, i just seem to remember rescrv saying its not consistent
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07:43:35  <domanic>hey stackvm, looks like crockford has gotten into the secure decentralized thing: https://twitter.com/bluekeyring/status/626898654889029632
07:50:37  <mafintosh>decentralisation is finally mainstream
07:54:32  <domanic>i guess this shows we arn't crazy radicals though
07:55:11  <domanic>though, the conference that i was at with him he wore a tux
07:55:34  <domanic>t-shirt + blazer is more credible tbh
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13:42:36  <ogd>pfraze: whoa https://twitter.com/windyoona/status/627107482566062080
13:45:27  <pfraze>ogd: we should get in touch with her and standardize a mapping
13:45:40  <pfraze>publish an RFC, and begin the emojilution
13:51:00  <domanic>pfraze, ogd YES
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15:58:13  <kumavis>nice
15:59:01  <kumavis>just watched the douglas crockford vid
15:59:22  <kumavis>awesome to hear this getting more attention
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16:48:02  <kumavis>pfraze: ah yeah lemme get on that rfc
16:48:10  <kumavis>i haz comments
16:48:16  <kumavis>they contain emoji
16:48:16  <pfraze>kumavis: go for it
16:49:17  <kumavis>how did you chose your emoji subset? just random? or did you play favorites?
16:49:55  <kumavis>my terminal sessions have a random emoji (as a hint when tabbing through)
16:50:11  <pfraze>in the latest version I played favorites
16:50:25  <kumavis>and ive honed down a subset of things i like having next to my prompt
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20:29:49  <jjjohnny>feross: what would I do if i wanted to build a private dedicated webtorrent peer in the cloud?
20:30:20  <jjjohnny>one that always seeded my local client
20:33:29  <jjjohnny>i guess I want to have a known peer on a public ip that backs up my local
20:33:40  <jjjohnny>but how do I force a connection to that peer?
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21:16:22  <feross>There's a torrent.addPeer() function that manually lets you connect a peer
21:16:26  <feross>^ jjjohnny
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22:24:30  <jjjohnny>yay
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23:04:15  <kumavis>anyone have protips for authoring chrome extensions
23:04:36  <wao>authoring?
23:04:41  <wao>like permission models or?
23:05:43  <kumavis>i mean building, creating, writing code for
23:06:19  <kumavis>researching related modules atm
23:08:05  <kumavis>hmm wonder if there is a cross browser plugin library (ff, chrome, etc) my guess is no but...
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