Profile overview for gruix.
Submission statistics

This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

4 submissions to European

1 submissions to MeanwhileOnReddit

1 submissions to crappymusic

This user has so far shared a total of 6 links, started a total of 0 discussions and submitted a total of 135 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 879 and downvoted 55 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 751 and downvoted 40 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

5 lowest rated submissions:

French WebRadio "Bide et Musique" (Literally "Music and flops"), submitted: 8/11/2015 9:55:56 PM, 3 points (+3|-0)

Future "Homeless"/migrants center near Paris received a molotoff cocktail this night, submitted: 10/17/2016 6:00:34 PM, 11 points (+11|-0)

French education minister wants to add Arab to language learning in primary school, submitted: 5/31/2016 5:27:38 PM, 25 points (+25|-0)

"Fires in the Calais camp are just a tradition of the migrant population" declares French official, submitted: 10/26/2016 9:57:19 PM, 30 points (+30|-0)

Planned center for refugees in small town near Paris was burned down in protest, submitted: 9/10/2016 11:20:41 AM, 51 points (+51|-0)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

deleted by user submitted by Shiny to AskVoat

gruix 0 points 61 points (+61|-0) ago

Considering the percentage of deleted submissions caused by literal interpretation of rule number 1, do you think it would be simpler if the majority of the mods activity was replaced by a simple script using Voat API ?

posts = MakeApiCall(GET, "api/v1/v/AskVoat")
for (post in posts.data):
    if not post.title.endswith('?'):
        MakeApiCall(POST, "api/v1/v/AskVoat/"+post.id+"/comment", 
                    "value='I removed this post because it's title isn't asking a question "?" Please rephrase and submit again. Thanks!')
        MakeApiCall(DELETE, "api/v1/v/AskVoat/"+post.id)

Comcast Killed The Ed Show For Talking About TPP submitted by flyawayhigh to news

gruix 1 points 21 points (+22|-1) ago

Public wouldnt stand for it

Ahahah.

Unfortunately Nobody cares, the majority is completely apathetic.

deleted by user submitted by DougExeter to technology

gruix 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago

I skimmed over the pdf just one minute, but from what I read I'm not really convinced it will be any faster than Tor.

Their main contribution is a reduction of cryptographic operations on each hop, keeping the most heavy computations on end-points only. There may also be some optimizations of the packet sizes. Then they proceed to graph some comparisons of the different protocols on a ... 10Gb/s network.

However, intuitively, I would think that the slowness of Tor is not due to heavy CPU usage of nodes, but simply to the low bandwidth and high latency of the public internet. When creating a Tor circuit hopping from the US, to China, then Europe, then Australia... a few milliseconds of CPU processing is completely irrelevant to the the total hundreds of ms of latency, and the choke-point of 1 node with a few 10s of KB/s that happens to be in the middle of your relays.

3 lowest rated comments:

Man kicked by Orlando police on camera charged with battery on an officer submitted by openionatedgent to news

gruix 4 points -3 points (+1|-4) ago

Why would someone use a police officer as a battery to charge his camera ‽

deleted by user submitted by Intellectual to whatever

gruix 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

Do I see a "No True Scotsman" fallacy ?

Paranoid Worldnews mods in sticky comment: "This thread is currently being brigaded from various sources off-site." They don't - can't - know. Deletion spree via Automoderator in the comment section. submitted by Scandinavian to MeanwhileOnReddit

gruix 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Eons ago, when Digg still existed, there was the case of a special 16 bytes key used to decrypt DVDs that was published on it, and admins deleted it to comply with DMCA notices ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AACS_encryption_key_controversy#DMCA_notices_and_Digg ).

Of course, users reposted it even more. They were deleted and banned.

Users reposted even more, with more creativity: images, songs, videos (for creativity and to evade automatic detections); until ALL articles submitted were about this key.

Finally Digg admins admitted that they were wrong and stopped banning it.

I hope that a similar user revolt happen and completely overwhelms the ability of moderators.