help make bm list

BM-2cWy7cvHoq3f1rYMerRJp8PT653jjSuEdY
Oct 18 17:35 [raw]

make list of all known available scripts and utils for bm please respond with names and links of apps and scripts anything that is useful in the bm ecosystem

BM-2cWy7cvHoq3f1rYMerRJp8PT653jjSuEdY
Oct 18 18:17 [raw]

its on github wiki already

BM-2cW67GEKkHGonXKZLCzouLLxnLym3azS8r
Oct 18 20:01 [raw]

https://github.com/Bitmessage/PyBitmessage/wiki/3-BM-web-server:-bitboard

BM-2cTDyveFXoTsoMvsm6rGQdq7s8fFQ8Jazj
Oct 19 11:24 [raw]

> maybe torifier will publish that so that his spamfilter will get adopted in to MASTER code grumpycat says no bitmessage is too low-level for spam filtering you can use IMP or Citadel as webinterface email reader with an email-to-bitmessage-gateway program like bmwrapper Notbit BitMailServer -- these only provide a POP3 server im trying to build an IMAP-to-bitmessage-gateway with python twisted to support more email clients like Roundcube and Mailpile POP3 vs IMAP? POP3 does move mails from server to client, IMAP does copy mails from server to client. so IMAP allows more users to share one mailbox. -- webinterface email reader? IMP aka Internet Messaging Program supports IMAP, POP3 and SMTP written in PHP. http://www.horde.org/imp spam filtering: Integration with e-mail filtering with Sieve from http://sieve.info/ part of the Horde groupware suite. Horde: calendar, notes, tasks, file manager, wiki, time tracking, task tracking. repository viewer supporting CVS and Subversion. ticket-tracking system other groupware suites: Kolab, integrates email, calendar, address book, notes, tasks, filters and a newsreader with cPanel. with Ajax, Search, Thread view, S/MIME and PGP based encryption and signatures Message flags Available in many languages Citadel/UX written in C http://www.citadel.org/ spam filtering: with Spamassassin from http://spamassassin.apache.org/ is a collaboration suite (messaging and groupware) that is descended from the Citadel family of programs which became popular in the 1980s and 1990s as a bulletin board system platform. It is designed to run on open source operating systems such as Linux or BSD. Although it is being used for many bulletin board systems, in 1998 the developers began to expand its functionality to a general purpose groupware platform. In order to modernize the Citadel platform for the Internet, the Citadel/UX developers added functionality such as shared calendars, instant messaging, and built-in implementations of Internet protocols such as SMTP, IMAP, Sieve, POP3, GroupDAV and XMPP. All protocols offer OpenSSL encryption for additional security. Users of Citadel/UX systems also have available to them a web-based user interface which employs Ajax style functionality to allow application-like interaction with the system. RoundCube only IMAP and SMTP written in PHP, Ajax. https://roundcube.net/ Multilingual Encrypted TLSv1.2 connection to IMAP server using PHP5.6 SSL/TLS libraries Threaded message listing Searching messages and contacts plugins: With version 0.3 Roundcube introduced a plug-in API which allows non-standard features to be added without the need to modify the source code. A variety of plug-ins are available from the Plugin Repository. Roundcube hates POP3 https://github.com/roundcube/roundcubemail/issues/390 Mailpile only IMAP and SMTP written in Python https://www.mailpile.is/ Mailpile is a free and open-source email client with the main focus of privacy and usability. Features In the default setup of the program, the user is given a public and a private PGP key, for the purpose of (respectively) receiving encrypted email and then decrypting it.[7] Mailpile uses PGP and stores all locally generated files in encrypted form on-disk. The client takes an opportunistic approach to finding other users to encrypt to, those that support it, and integrates this in the process of sending email. Mailpile might add POP support later -aa-

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Subject Last Count
BM Nov 20 04:26 2
Vuvuzela - anonymous messaging that scales to millions of users Nov 19 11:56 25
How do I benchmark bitmessage PoW Nov 15 22:13 3
Support request -- GPUs (Intel(R) HD Graphics IvyBridge M GT1) did not calculate correctly Nov 15 17:04 2
Spam... Nov 15 17:02 4
Ebola on the rampage in USA again Nov 13 06:47 1
ending the waffle Nov 13 04:56 7
forwarding in BM Nov 12 15:04 5
Dear Freemasons Nov 12 07:13 2
CSS3 in Bitmessage interface Nov 12 06:56 1
Pastwatch & Aqua Distributed Version Control Nov 11 11:56 1
SOLUTION for spam Nov 11 11:56 23
Vuvuzela - Metadata-private messaging Nov 11 11:56 1
tes Nov 9 11:19 2
I'm back Nov 9 03:35 8
Bitmessage Network Health Report Nov 7 23:48 12
nodejs clientr KEWLIO Nov 7 07:26 4
Scalability Idea Nov 7 07:24 7
Do NOT spam Nov 7 03:09 8
here is the trick to run pyBM on a server without trouble Nov 5 18:41 8
Scalability Question?? Nov 5 09:09 3
re Re: Scalability Question?? Nov 5 08:21 1
aaa Nov 5 02:48 1
Bitmessage Plugins Nov 3 21:33 3
Any nodejs interface to the bitmessage api yet? Nov 3 19:12 2
Recent API status bug Nov 2 12:38 9
zero bundle -- 0net Nov 2 10:41 4
zero git on 0net Nov 1 12:43 6
(no subject) Nov 1 02:48 5
greetings Oct 31 23:05 3
Re: Oct 31 22:25 1
{ ^ } break { ^ } Oct 31 22:11 1
(no subject) Oct 31 14:33 4
INVALID FORMAT Oct 31 12:12 6
hello world Oct 31 07:40 1
Is there anybody out there? Oct 30 08:03 1
join the darknet - be badass at leakswldjpesnuvn.onion Oct 29 20:33 5
more cores, slower pyBM Oct 29 01:36 15
new bitboard thread Oct 27 17:17 3
http://leakswldjpesnuvn.onion seems stable Oct 27 16:36 1
spot the spammer Oct 27 09:37 3
oniontkryve46opu.onion Oct 27 09:01 2
3 BM websites and all fucked Oct 26 21:00 12
Newcomer Oct 26 18:36 10
135453 Oct 25 22:06 1
Stay in touch Oct 25 13:06 1
new BM site online Oct 25 10:39 3
134730 Oct 25 09:59 1
BM is flatlining : https://beamstat.com/obj Oct 25 08:13 9
a new bitboard went online Oct 25 02:10 4
BM is flatlining : https://beamstat.com/obj Oct 25 00:23 1
sql Oct 24 22:44 1
how I hacked BM Oct 24 22:11 3
--curses mode with bitboard crashy Oct 24 21:30 5
BMF bug Oct 24 04:21 1
onion4442sx7tvvk.onion ONION 444 new website for BM ! hot shit ! Oct 24 04:21 3
running pyBM as daemon on a remote server Oct 24 04:21 9
post with \ backskash Oct 24 04:21 1
BM is flatlining : https://beamstat.com/obj 1200 bytes the average object Oct 24 04:17 2
how I hacked BM Oct 24 04:17 3
secret bin for Bitmessage people Oct 24 04:16 2
post with \ backskash Oct 24 04:11 1