[3 BTC Bounty] TLS Support for .bit Domains

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Re: [3 BTC Bounty] TLS Support for .bit Domains

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biolizard89 wrote:
phelix wrote:So... how are things going with the Tor domains? Any way to help?
Sorry for delayed reply. Tor and I2P support is working 100%; I'm trying to finish a bit of other coding before I make a release. The new release will have namecoind and nmcontrol built in (so it'll be much easier to install); it's very close to finished and I would estimate a beta release (or at least GitHub push) within 1-2 weeks. (Obviously something unexpected could happen, but that's my best estimate right now.)
Woah, sounds great. :D
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Re: [3 BTC Bounty] TLS Support for .bit Domains

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phelix wrote:
biolizard89 wrote:
phelix wrote:So... how are things going with the Tor domains? Any way to help?
Sorry for delayed reply. Tor and I2P support is working 100%; I'm trying to finish a bit of other coding before I make a release. The new release will have namecoind and nmcontrol built in (so it'll be much easier to install); it's very close to finished and I would estimate a beta release (or at least GitHub push) within 1-2 weeks. (Obviously something unexpected could happen, but that's my best estimate right now.)
Woah, sounds great. :D
Indeed, looking forward to it! With regards to built-in tools: I suppose that via a Git check-out, I can still build "just" the extension itself and use it with my own installs of nmcontrol and namecoind? (I. e., your comment any concerns an installer of some kind?)
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Re: [3 BTC Bounty] TLS Support for .bit Domains

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domob wrote:Indeed, looking forward to it! With regards to built-in tools: I suppose that via a Git check-out, I can still build "just" the extension itself and use it with my own installs of nmcontrol and namecoind? (I. e., your comment any concerns an installer of some kind?)
Yes, the source code has blank folders where you drop in the nmcontrol and namecoind binaries; they are included in the generated XPI but you can choose to use an already existing namecoind/nmcontrol installation if you like.
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Re: [3 BTC Bounty] TLS Support for .bit Domains

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biolizard89 wrote:
phelix wrote:So... how are things going with the Tor domains? Any way to help?
Sorry for delayed reply. Tor and I2P support is working 100%; I'm trying to finish a bit of other coding before I make a release. The new release will have namecoind and nmcontrol built in (so it'll be much easier to install); it's very close to finished and I would estimate a beta release (or at least GitHub push) within 1-2 weeks. (Obviously something unexpected could happen, but that's my best estimate right now.)
Jeremy, you are genius. :D
You have worked until we have discussed without much result.
Thanks.
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