stream and pool diagram

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 7 01:45

<img src="data:...">

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 04:55

does anyone know what is this??

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 08:14

a diagram of streams and pools

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 08:45

Can't you read, or are you stupid? In the top box it tells you: A solution for implementing streams and increasing anonymity via mix routing through chains of nodes.

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 09:55

neither. i just can't see the image

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 09:59

Why can't you see the image?

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 10:06

Using beamstat.com instead of of BM client.

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 10:36

Oh dear, you poor wanker. You'll have to install the Bitmessage client if you want to view the images.

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 11:35

i don't want to view images

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 11:37

I once made a stream in the pool

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 12:00

Then why did you ask what it was?

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 22:49

that was a different anon

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 23:14

I am so sorry sir, you are right, I am very stupid and I should not have asked. It was very disrespectful and audacious of me to ask you for clarification. You are so wise, I should have understood just because you breathe, dear sir.

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 23:15

It's a secure idea that the bitmessage developers have no intention of ever implementing.

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 23:15

we are anonymous. we are legion. we do not forget. we do not forgive. expect us.

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 11 23:21

What is a stream? What is mix routing? What are chains of nodes? How does this work?

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 12 01:59

an approach to improve bm's privacy but will possibily also defeated by superior mathematics.

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 12 02:02

can we fork bitmessage then?

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 12 10:23

Except that Peter has already been working on an onion-routing mechanism for a while....

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 12 10:24

Yay, let's slow down overall development by creating multiple, mutually incompatible forks

[chan] bitmessage
Nov 12 12:05

>can we fork bitmessage then? Yes *you* can. (Usually when someone boldly declares "let's do xxx" it's a normie trying to get someone else to do the work)

[chan] bitmessage
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