RT @derek_hsue: "Common questions now are 'Who controls the repository?', 'What if they delete the Bitcoin Core GitHub?'. In our view, these questions may illustrate one is missing the point of Bitcoin."
"Common questions now are 'Who controls the repository?', 'What if they delete the Bitcoin Core GitHub?'. In our view, these questions may illustrate one is missing the point of Bitcoin."
"Actually, in the summer of 2017, in some ways, a client competing with Bitcoin Core, Bitcoin UASF, overthrew Core and deliberately changed the networks consensus rules. Therefore, concluding that Core is all powerful, is the wrong lesson to learn from the blocksize war." https://t.co/qmnPZ8XFS7
Abstract: We examine the power and dynamics of the “Bitcoin Core” software project and we draw distinctions between the various different ways one can compete with the project. We address the misconception that the Bitcoin Core software repository has the unique capability to change or prevent changes to Bitcoin’s consensus rules. We also discuss some common misconceptions and explain that if the Bitcoin Core repository becomes hijacked by nefarious actors or deleted, Bitcoin should be largely unaffected.
If I were to repeat your nonsense to prove that you don't have editorial control of my output, what exactly do you expect I would have proven except the exact opposite of my statement?
You've taken your consensus rules from upstream by definition, whilst at the same time claiming that upstream has nothing to do with the consensus rules.
It's really quite sad to watch you people continue to cling to your nonsense.