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Putin's given us the boot! Read about it here: https://zzzchan.xyz/news.html#66208b6a8fca3aefee4bf211

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Discussion about "AI"s, deep learning, llms and others.
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Too fucking overhyped, it is fucking shit. It is only good for lazy people not wanting to code and generate garbage ai tiktok viral videos on the internet. Not smart enough.
Never ask these things about anything you wouldn't want your questioning of to become public knowledge. It doesn't matter what the truth value of the answer is.
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Thanks but I am running it locally
i found a duplicate https://zzzchan.xyz/tech/thread/7755.html jannies kindly move/merge it here
How can I use AI to create a continuously mutating encryption algorithm to stay ahead of glowies?

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I'm looking for a way to get notifications when posts are made on all my favorite imageboards as a way to 
A) Discourage myself from spending hours aimlessly lurking dozens of sites and finding maybe one or two new posts, while I have stuff I really should be doing.
B) Encourage activity on these places by being able to respond promptly.

I want these notifications delivered to my phone, because I spend most of my time outside. I know /whitelist/ on Junkuchan has an RSS and an Atom feed, but I don't think most boards do.

If there's some app that already does this that would be cool, but it needs to work for any IB. I've tried out some IB browsers but they only work on a handful of boards, and never the ones I actually use, and with the current state of IBs to rely solely on some guy, who's probably knee-deep in a computer science major, and working on 6 other projects, to learn about every new IB I like and get it on their app doesn't seem practical.

And besides, I don't need a IB browser, just something that notifies me when a post is made. If this is something I'd have to make myself, I'm willing to do that, and if so, I'd love to be pointed in the right direction(s). I'm not particularly learned on computers or programming, but I've always been able to mash out anything that I set my mind to. So, I'm up for giving it a shot.
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>>13118 (OP) 
Such program doesn't exist. Image boards use different software and clients usually only support some of them.
To write your own, you can either web scrape or find & use apis of specific image board software.
Just make it yourself. I did too.
There is one braindead easy way to do it, which is what I do: periodically curl the page of the board you want to keep watch and diff it with the last one you downloaded. If they differ, a new post was made, you can do whatever you want with this information. I just push a desktop notification.

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What happened to the creator of mpv exactly? Why did he get kicked out from his own project? What lead up to the mpv creator getting kicked out?

I posted this thread on Lainchan earlier, but I didn't get to see any replies and then when I went to check back on it, it got deleted most likely because it was offtopic despite it relating to FOSS. There is no ban message.
Please do not del this thread, janny.
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>I'll release it as closed source shareware
I'll top this, release the source code inside PNG's and make the cucks decrypt it to get the source code.
>I'm gettin real tired of this "preferred pronouns" bullshit.
My prefered pronouns are, he/il/hit/ler

Debate Me.
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I'll bite. Your pronouns should form a complete word, since they only use one at a time. For example, with he/il/hit/ler,
>He hates niggers
>Il jewdar is ticking
It is better to use complete words or sentences. I-hate-niggers/Faggot-killer's
>I-hate-niggers hates niggers
>Faggot-killer's jewdar is ticking
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Supposedly, there was some sort of controversy related to MPV and this image? Can anyone enlighten me on that?
mpv has always been trannyware for ironic freetards.

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Please write a Violentmonkey script to hide threads. I wrote such script for prolikewoah, but I can't be assed to do the same for this shit. ttps://prolikewoah.com/geimu/res/26529.html#37226
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Please post it.
philosophically illiterate post
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>everything I disagree is philosophically illiterate
Are you so philosophically illiterate that you can't even explain why you disagree with anything?
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Ask ChatGPT to do it for you. I post the plus version in the other thread. Mostly likely have to debug yourself, but at least that’s something.

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>be me transferring music from tablet to phone
>tablet has vlc android
>get vlc on phone
>vlc can import playlists
<vlc android can't export playlists
>oh well it can export the whole db
>i'll just look at the schema and export a playlist from there
<the schema:

(...)CREATE TRIGGER media_group_update_media_count_on_import_type_change AFTER UPDATE OF group_id, import_type ON Media WHEN ( IFNULL(old.group_id, 0) != IFNULL(new.group_id, 0)  AND new.import_type != 0 ) OR new.import_type != old.import_type BEGIN UPDATE MediaGroup SET nb_video = nb_video + (CASE new.import_type WHEN 0 THEN (CASE new.type WHEN 1 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) ELSE 0 END), nb_present_video = nb_present_video + (CASE new.import_type WHEN 0 THEN (CASE new.is_present WHEN 0 THEN 0 ELSE (CASE new.type WHEN 1 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) END) ELSE 0 END), nb_audio = nb_audio + (CASE new.import_type WHEN 0 THEN (CASE new.type WHEN 2 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) ELSE 0 END), nb_present_audio = nb_present_audio + (CASE new.import_type WHEN 0 THEN (CASE new.is_present WHEN 0 THEN 0 ELSE (CASE new.type WHEN 2 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) END) ELSE 0 END), nb_unknown = nb_unknown + (CASE new.import_type WHEN 0 THEN (CASE new.type WHEN 0 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) ELSE 0 END), nb_presen
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This code is highly niggerlicious.

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>be Thomas Buchler
>gay jew record producer
>become Orthodox jew (but remain a massive faggot)
>try learning Torah chant
>through tapes to save time and probably shekels
>oy vey rewinding tapes is too slow
>my time is valuable
>I could be writing computer software and making money instead
>licenses DECtalk
>uses it to make TropeTrainer
>the definitive software for learning torah chant
>software that sings the word of god
>it's really fucking good
>loads of jews buy it
>along the way he preserves loads of obscure jewish chant traditions
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>actual prophecies
what can you prove it predicted without resorting to Revelations-tier interpretations?
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Blasphemers against King Terry get the rope
>>4939 (OP) 
He couldn't share the source code because it was totally incomprehnsible and kill anyone who looked upon it, for it was directly the untranslated unadulterated word of God.
You see, as a music producer he had sold his soul to the Devil. Not metaphorically. Literally. When he dedicated himself to Judaism, he suddenly wanted to get his soul back, and so he made a deal with God, who would pluck his soul from Satan's ruddy claws, in exchange for him distributing his teachings to a wayward flock.
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Can't make this shit up.

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Discuss alternative Internet protocols and potentially generate a rated list for the sticky.
Censorship is coming, fast. Many users are getting banned on (((mainstream sites))), Cuckflare, hosts and isps are closing in on every wrongthinkers. Find the best alt net to contribute and develop bunkers/comms.
Mesh and alt infrastructures welcome.
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Spoonfeed me on how to ban evade on 4ch, the mods are insufferable freaks
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use a cellphone
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They have rangebanned my cell ISP.
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>They have rangebanned my cell ISP.
No they haven't. You are either using a brand new browser profile in which case you were marked as a bot. Or you are using the same browser profile in which case they know who you are and you're still banned.
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LOL what a shithole!

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I'm starting my journey of making money online. I will be documenting everything that I do here in hope that i can stick with it and help fellow anons make money from the comfort of his room without having to show his face anytime.
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Anon made so much money he's too busy smashing ass to post here.
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if you need i found one to lose money online with crypo and leverage. started with 70USD and now im down to 5. it was 3 but i recovered 2. it was my entire NEET money
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Leverage is just gambling
What does this have to do with /tech/?
The bank always wins.
i had no other option. 70usd will not change much. i will try to recover. i need to get to 1k at least than i can reduce the risk and go to spot

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I just had an interaction with the website of some average business, and it made me wonder if email and regular communication is dead. That business has a contact form on their site, they receive 5+ spam emails every single day even though their contact form has a google captcha on it. Meanwhile, people struggle to receive legit emails because every email provider blocks literally everything.

If you put more heavy-handed captcha solutions on the site, you start filtering normalfags and hindering your business. While being able to filter bots would be a great victory, but it's only a half-victory because spammers can use some third world captcha farms to use human labor to solve captchas.

How would you logically fix this? How do you allow people to contact each other without having to deal with this AIDS? The dude who created Freenet has talked about a few techiques that sound interesting. The first is a token cost-based system, there's some thing that generates tokens over time or whatever, and then you must pay those tokens to send messages, and the received can customize how many tokens are required to send a message to them.

The second is a human network -based system where you choose to trust certain people, and whoever other people create a linked list from you to other people, the closer they are to the people you trust the less suspicious they are. The network of trusted people could then be used to judge people and websites/services as trustworthy or untrustw
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KISS, just make spamming expensive. Ban any subnet that spams, and then reject all emails from them with a note that says they have to pay to get unbanned.
I doubt spammers are using some kind of content analysis tools to find email addresses because nobody really hides them like that, at most people add spaces or parentheses around @ or replace it with "(at)" or something. I've seen a few websites that put their email onto an image.

I think sharing the contact address indirectly is very powerful at stopping the vast majority if not all bot spam, but it'll only work as long as it's unpopular so it's not any kind of final solution to spam. Replacing the "@" and "." with images would probably be enough too, it's unlikely that any bot is smart enough to figure out there's an email there unless they render the whole page and use an image-to-text converter on that (which they might start doing if everyone starts obscuring their addresses).
There are some very advanced techniques to del with spam. Take a look at rspamd, you can use bayes classifier https://rspamd.com/doc/configuration/statistic.html and even neural network https://rspamd.com/doc/modules/neural.html to deal with spam.
With how llms are popular today, I am surprised that it is not commonly done.
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There's way too many people, even in business settings, who speak like troglodytes, and chat bots are indistinguishable from humans at this point. I don't see how analyzing sentence structure can detect a bot for that reason. AI may be able to do something but I'm not very confident about it because a lot of spam mail sound very similar some kind of business offers, who knows though.
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That's what happens when you put your email address somewhere where it can be scrapped or give it to a company that sells it.
There is no solution to that if you want a permanent address inbox open to anyone.

You could regularly change the public address while staying connected with important people with SimpleX which I made a thread about but nobody is gonna use that just to write some stranger one message. I could be wrong though.

So there you go. It's gonna stay fucked.
I receive no sms spam though. Probably because it costs money to send them or because I haven't given it to any shitty websites nor posted on the web.

As others said, putting it in an image is probably a good solution.
Maybe put it vertically in the image and make @ larger, so it can't be ocr'd as easily.

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Nobody wants to make the thread edition

See also /agdg/ at >>>/v/ for videogames.

What are you working on?
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>md5 is broken
Only if you deliberately work towards breaking it, like literally any other hash algorithm... For verifying the integrity of files, md5 is more than good enough.
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>All that's necessary is a list of hash sums of all the installers and goodies on GOG.
Which they will never do because they just want everyone to get on their not-steam nowadays. Remember when they displayed the web downloads front and center rather than hiding them under a small, misleading "backup downloads" button? 
Making a github with the md5 of all games seems simpler than changing the mentality of a greedy corporation.
Yes, for verifying the integrity of your 'own' files.
Since there are people who deliberately work towards breaking it you want to use sha256.
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Don't misunderstand, I meant to make own bold.
The Windows GoG .exe installers come with an embedded certificate. Maybe there is some way to check that on Linux.
I'd be interested too.

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