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[–] SexMachine 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

I mean, you are right. The dead man switch is what makes it a warrant canary. Even reddit did their warrant canary right.... and then it disappeared.


[–] dooob 3 points 0 points (+3|-3) ago 

The irony is that the user you replied to is the one who is responsible for the way our canary works, it was his idea. Makes you think, doesnt it?


[–] BaneGhostiSwear 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago  (edited ago)

hi @cum_control @dooob and @sexmachine.

  1. dead man's switch makes the canary work. @puttitout has never used a dead man's switch. the canary is non-functioning. that @puttitout didn't do it right suggests that they were already compromised over 1.5 years ago.

  2. i wrote the warrant canary. (puttitout removed a couple sentences, though) i then pushed the admins to publish it regularly with a dead man's switch. they never pulled it off.

  3. "insane." no, see my user name. ad homenim aside, they had plenty of users helping. fuzzywords was one, but was outed as a militant sjw autistic transvestite, and left in a rage quit, fucking up some subs' css in the process. it was the biggest coder of voat for a whole year - - the time during which nearly all of voat's soft-censorship was added. puttitout allowed every single one of it's code merge requests on github. other users have admitted to being part of a group of coders adding code to voat via puttitout's github account, but recently, they've stopped using github and have gone closed source with voat.

  4. i no longer hunt shills because this site is owned and operated by them. i have spent the last year learning to code, building a dev team, and making the sites that will secure free speech for all people into the future.


[–] Cum_control 2 points 0 points (+2|-2) ago 

So @puttitout and @atko let a random obviously insane user make something as important as the canary but wont let or ask any other users for help?..... makes you think doesn’t it?