The total word count of the W3C specification catalogue is 114 million words at the time of writing. If you added the combined word counts of the C11, C++17, UEFI, USB 3.2, and POSIX specifications, all 8,754 published RFCs, and the combined word counts of everything on Wikipedia’s list of longest novels, you would be 12 million words short of the W3C specifications.
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Except now it refuses to import the key, citing invalid packet. I think it's not expecting RSA 4096, or 25519.
Seeing open bugs for all this, and no real progress towards fixing them, it seems.
Think I just found it. You need to select the *folder* containing the key file(s), not the key itself.
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Really, I want to recommend Delta. It's *great* for people who want a chat-style email client with automatic encryption support. But it seems the moment you want to do something like *not* have a different PGP key on every client, it all falls apart, because it feels like the import/export features haven't been properly tested.
So I did just check manually - the code that K9 generates is correct. The key doesn't have a password. and Delta just doesn't want to accept it for some reason. Unless it's because my preferred key has a JPEG and some extra subkeys, but that's not a bad setup code, so the error is wrong.
Sigh. @delta is nice but transferring keys is apparently an issue with K9/OpenKeychain. Either the Autocrypt setup has the wrong setup code, or there's no keys found in my downloads despite me just having finished stripping off the password and re-exporting it following Delta's own naming conventions (it seems)
Would be a lot easier to have a graphical key manager. Or any key manager. Not just "press this button and we'll scan for files without telling you what we're looking for"
The problem with Fail2Ban like this is that there's a giant MESS of interconnected requirements I'd need to template out.
It can be done, but at what cost
So the flow would go like this:
- Create a "commenter" with a random hex ID, random bcrypt password (of good length), email is mastodon handle, link is mastodon page, photo is... photo, provider is "mastodon"
- Create an email config setting reply emails to FALSE for their "email" (mastodon handle)
- Create a comment referencing said commenter, interpreting their toot as markdown to render.
As well as local book-keeping to handle deletes, check toot privacy, and note passwords just in case.
This also means that adding dummy accounts is dummy simple.
Generate some random strings and slot it into the database. There's no foreign keys either (SOMEHOW) so I don't have to worry about that too much.
The only real issue would be emails since Commento would want to send out alerts. But I think I can solve that with a tweak or two.
Some tables in the Commento database use a 64-char hex string as an identifier, namely, comments and accounts.
64 hex chars. Sounds like SHA-256, right? That's a decent method of generating a unique identifier.
..no. code is this: RandomHex(32).
It just generates 32 bytes of random data from Go's 'rand' and hex-encodes it. Luckily the chance of two randomly generated 256-bit strings colliding is... Birthday attack says, infinitesimally small.
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