Aaand we have Keybase support on sigint.sx! Exciting stuff. I particularly like that Keybase are implementing a more generalised attestation flow than just integrating with yet another environment. https://keybase.io/docs/proof_integration_guide
It is proven! I am dave on Keybase: https://keybase.io/dave/sigchain#bb3e676b4ff50a182e689def0775341debe1589f055b1976f68215f8fd93fb240f
My top 3 picks for Eurovision, most likely first -
Latvia deserve a top spot, though not the win
Norway is super duper gay and I approve wholeheartedly
and I want some of what Portugal has been smoking.
@anna ah, nm, I've just seen you on the Keybase integration PR. I suspect that means it's just a matter of Keybase whims and they added contributors' instances as initial cases?
@anna What's the process of whitelisting an instance for Keybase? I've got sigint.sx on 2.8.0 but there's 0 documentation I can find.
Can you spare a few minutes?
I'm looking for information about terms - appropriate and otherwise - used to refer to various groups.
They will be used to build a resource explaining the "right" way to refer to members of those groups.
my favourite conspiracy theory
The speed of light is a hard limit for information propagation in order to mask the compute resource limitations of the simulation we live in.
The Planck length is the simulation's limit of atomicity.
Entanglement is a hack; two particles, each a pointer to the same memory.
There are many simulations, run in order to harvest the best media & art they produce for consumption by a hyper-advanced culture.
They're simulated too. It's simulations all the way down.