It has been more than 5 years since I started using #orgmode. Not sure if there's another software that has influenced my workflow as much as it does.
WKD public key discovery is now supported for my email address! https://wiki.gnupg.org/WKD
gpg --locate-keys --auto-key-locate clear,nodefault,wkd email@example.com
A different roadmap (such as staying PoW) is not a good reason to cause the split *right now*. The split should happen at the last possible point when Ethereum finally moves to PoS.
The main rationale is that after ETC intentionally breaks several smart contracts on-chain, it has become essentially the same thing as Ethereum, even in terms of immutability. Without the distinguishing factor of immutability, supporting ETC becomes a breach of majority consensus with no good reasons, and thus against the ethics and principles of maximizing consensus and user choices.
I have decided to deprecate my support of Ethereum Classic (ETC). I explained my reasoning in this final post of "Classic in Orbit" blog. https://that.world/~classic/2020/06/10/deprecate/
The new holy war -- in #Emacs org mode, do you prefer lowercase or uppercase for structural blocks?
`#+BEGIN_SRC`, `#+BEGIN_QUOTE`, or `#+begin_src`, `#+begin_quote`?
Actor-based smart contracts, a much safer asynchronous model for executing smart contracts, compared with Ethereum's synchronous model. https://github.com/paritytech/substrate/pull/6202
Contract calls are evil. Many past Ethereum issues, (like theDAO callstack overflow, EIP-1884/1283 backward compatibility), are all fundamentally due to contract calls. By replacing this concept with message passing, we make contracts harder to misuse and easier to reason about.
I'm honestly amazed that this bug still exist today in Discord -- it has been like this for quite a long time. Post a link covered in brackets, such as `(https://that.world)`. The link preview will not show.