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17-05-2016 20:58:19 <funkenstein_> privkey generation fits in head
05-04-2016 21:45:52 <adlai> i guess v has less room in the [fantasy] world where all software 'fits in head' of the computer's sole 'operator'
22-03-2016 20:52:10 <davout> anyway, my point is that if nobody remembers, that nobody bothered to blog it, the fact that completeness is a problem might indicate a violation of fits-in-head
12-03-2016 13:33:25 <asciilifeform> because 'correct' MEANS, among ither things, fits-in-head.
03-03-2016 20:10:00 <thestringpuller> asciilifeform: when I hear "fits in head" >> http://cdn2.thegloss.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Knowledge.gif
02-03-2016 15:56:55 <mircea_popescu> within "minutes", where "minutes" just neatly fits in the cartel head-of-best-chain report delay.
28-02-2016 16:37:11 <asciilifeform> minimal as specified in r5, AND ts does not fully implement r5 (largely in the interest of fits-in-head, but also original author's laziness)
25-02-2016 17:24:36 <mircea_popescu> forget fits in head, this doesn't even fit in ass.
21-02-2016 21:29:10 <asciilifeform> tinyscheme fits in head.
21-02-2016 21:28:38 <asciilifeform> remember 'fits in head' ?
18-02-2016 17:03:10 <asciilifeform> it intereferes with fits-in-head and therefore harmful.
16-02-2016 16:07:39 <asciilifeform> what i wanted was a generic, fits-in-head (a few 1000 lines of c, no deps) stateless, 'protocol-less' cipherator that one could put, e.g., ftp over
07-02-2016 21:01:32 <punkman> "because why trust on a single cryptographic primitive" << because it's nice if the whole thing fits-in-head, and even if you cascade there is still the possibility of meet-me-in-the-middle attacks or I dunno what else
05-02-2016 13:13:16 <asciilifeform> k's essay was really about 'fits in head'
04-02-2016 17:29:52 <ascii_butugychag> http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=04-02-2016#1396374 << sorta what bernstein tried to do. fits-in-head ciphers.
04-02-2016 16:54:49 <assbot> Logged on 04-02-2016 15:56:22; ascii_butugychag: punkman: fits-in-head only plox.
04-02-2016 15:59:40 <BingoBoingo> fits in tweet no guarantee of fits in head, head can overflow buffer and leak memory too
04-02-2016 15:56:22 <ascii_butugychag> punkman: fits-in-head only plox.
01-02-2016 20:14:35 <thestringpuller> the rule of thumb "fits in head" helps with the notion of owning device which when understood could "fit in head".
30-01-2016 01:26:30 <mod6> As soon as we have our new build process in place, and it's sane, and "Works" and "fits in head" and all that, then we'll release.
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