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+===============================================================================
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+DISTRIBUTE-COIN                                              Seize the tokens ♥
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+===============================================================================
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+
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+distribute-coin's a privacy-focused  image-uploading and URL-shortening
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+service. It doesn't have bells and whistles like accounts or cookies, 
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+JS or tracking… which you might consider good things.
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+I think they're awful.
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+
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+Probably the one bell it has is that it's backed up by IPFS. Whenever you
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+upload a file, it's 'added' to IPFS and pinned to the gateway. Then, a 
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+shortened URL (containing the file-name you chose/came with the file) is
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+created that redirects to the actual IPFS URL.
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+
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+
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+----------------------------------------
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+USAGE
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+----------------------------------------
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+Just use `quicklisp` (pop this in your "~/quicklisp/local-projects/",
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+and you're good).
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+There is one thing that isn't in quicklisp that this needs, though:
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+	* ipfs-gno (https://git.eunichx.us/ipfs-gno.git)
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+
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+Once you've loaded :distribute-coin into your REPL, just run:
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+	(distribute-coin:server)
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+
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+You might wanna look at the docstrings for more information, esp.
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+
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+
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+----------------------------------------
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+BORING STUFF
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+----------------------------------------
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+License is AGPLv3-- check COPYING.txt.
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+Author is Jaidyn Ann <jadedctrl@teknik.io>
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+Permanent instance over at https://coinsh.red
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+Sauce is at https://git.eunichx.us/distribute-coin.git
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+(defsystem "distribute-coin"
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+	   :version "0.1"
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+	   :author "Jaidyn Ann <jadedctrl@teknik.io>"
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+           :license "Cooperative Software License"
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+	   :depends-on ("hunchentoot" "translate" "html-template" "ipfs-gno")
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+	   :components ((:module "src"
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+			   :components
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+			   ((:file "package")
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+			     (:file "util")
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+			     (:file "sanitize")
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+			     (:file "handle-requests")
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+			     (:file "main"))))
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+
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+           :description
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+	   "An IPFS-backed file-uploading & URL-shortening website.")
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+	padding-top: 5px;
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+	display: block;
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+	float: left;
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+
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+{
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+	width: 50%;
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+
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+#duck
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+{
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+	margin-top: 10px;
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+	width: 25px;
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+
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+<form action="<?php echo webroot("private/beam.php")?>"
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+		method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">
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+	<p>
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+        	<input type="text" placeholder="Filename (Blank for uploaded name)" 
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+			name="desired_filename" class="basic-text">
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+	</p>
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+
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+	<p>
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+		<input type="text" placeholder="Source (Optional)"
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+			name="file_source" class="basic-text">
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+	</p>
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+
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+	<input type="file" name="uploadcoin" id="uploadcoin"
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+		style="margin: 0 auto">
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+	<input style="margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 10px" type="submit"
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+		value="INSERT <?php echo(strtoupper($GLOBALS["file_beam_item"])); ?>" name="submit">
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+</form>
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+	<p>Thanks for feeding me; it'll be in safe hands</p>
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+
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+	<p>Your coin's <a href="<?php echo($GLOBALS["coin_url"]); ?>">over here</a></p>
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+
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+	<p><b><?php echo($GLOBALS["coin_url"]); ?></b></p>
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+
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+	<p>It's meta-stuff (or lack thereof) is 
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+	<a href="<?php echo($GLOBALS["coin_url"] . ".txt"); ?>">here</a></p>
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+	<p>You didn't upload anything, dope.</p>
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+	<p>Try again.</p>
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+	<p>Er, that coin already exists— try a different file-name.</p>
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+	<p>What the hell just happened? :o</p>
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+	<p>I dunno, but maybe you should give it another go?</p>
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+<form action="/private/beam.php"
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+		method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">
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+	<p>
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+        	<input type="text" placeholder="Filename (Blank for uploaded name)" 
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+			name="desired_filename" class="basic-text">
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+	</p>
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+
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+	<p>
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+		<input type="text" placeholder="Source (Optional)"
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+			name="file_source" class="basic-text">
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+	</p>
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+
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+	<input type="file" name="uploadcoin" id="uploadcoin"
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+		style="margin: 0 auto">
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+	<input style="margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 10px" type="submit"
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+		value="INSERT COIN" name="submit">
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+</form>
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+	<img
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+		alt="A big & yellow coin lying before a coin-slot"
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+		src="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->r/coin-big.png">
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+
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+<footer>
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+	<div class="menu">
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+		<h3>friends ✿ <a href="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->i/">info</a></h3>
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+		<ul>
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+			<li><a href="https://raddle.me">raddle</a></li>
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+			<li><a href="https://albertoefg.info">efg</a></li>
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+			<li><a href="https://jadedmeta.xyz">jadedmeta</a></li>
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+			<li><a href="https://libregamenight.xyz">lgn</a></li>
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+			<li><a href="https://fsf.org">fsf</a></li>
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+			<li><a href="https://eunichx.us">eunichx</a></li>
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+			<li><a href="http://4wxnumwn5zljjkyi.onion/">
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+				onion</a></li>
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+			<li><b><a href="https://git.eunichx.us/insert-coin.git">
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+				source-code</a></b></li>
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+		</ul>
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+	</div>
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+</footer>
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+</html>
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+
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+<!DOCTYPE html>
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+<html lang="en">
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+
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+<head>
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+<!-- THIS ENTIRE FILE IS UNDER THE AGPLv3+
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+     https://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.html -->
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+
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+<link rel="stylesheet" media="screen"
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+	href="https://fontlibrary.org/face/connection" type="text/css"/>
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+
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+<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"
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+	href="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->r/style.css">
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+<link rel="shortcut icon" href="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->r/favicon.png">
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+
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+<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
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+
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+<title><!-- TMPL_VAR site-name --></title>
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+</head>
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+<body>
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+<div class="menu top-menu">
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+	<h2>	<a href="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->">
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+			<!-- TMPL_VAR site-name -->
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+		</a>
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+<!--		<a href="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->d/"> -->
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+			<img id="duck"
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+			src="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->r/war_duck.png"
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+			alt="Warduck lives!">
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+<!--		</a> -->
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+	</h2>
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+	<ul>
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+		<li><a href="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->p/">file-beamer</a></li>
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+		<li><a href="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->u/">url-shortener</a></li>
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+	</ul>
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+</div>
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+
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+<h1>Info</h1>
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+
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+<article><a href="what"><h2>What?<h2></a></article>
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+<article><a href="privacy"><h2>Privacy?<h2></a></article>
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+<article><a href="tos"><h2>ToS?<h2></a></article>
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+
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+<article>
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+<section>
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+<h1>Privacy Policy</h1>
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+<p>No data based on visits are recorded, period. No logs are stored, no IP
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+   addresses are recorded, and no-one can be tied to any specific file-upload.
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+</p>
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+
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+<p>The only data saved is what you explicitly provide:
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+	<ul>
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+		<li>Metadata embedded in the file</li>
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+		<li>The file-name you provide</li>
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+		<li>The optional “Source” text</li>
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+	</ul>
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+</p>
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+
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+No cookies are used, except for the “LANG” cookie, which is only
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+created when you manually change the language from the default as detected.
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+You'll be warned when that happens, ofc.
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+</section>
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+
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+<hr />
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+
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+<section>
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+<h2>Privacy Tips</h2>
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+<p>To keep safe on coinsh.red (and, y'know, the web in general), try some of
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+this:</p>
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+	<ul>
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+		<li>Use <a href="https://torproject.org">Tor</a>
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+		    and Tor Browser
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+			<ul>
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+				<li>coinsh.red has a Tor hidden service you
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+				    can use
33
+				    <a href="http://4wxnumwn5zljjkyi.onion/">
34
+				    here</a>
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+				</li>
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+			</ul>
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+		</li>
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+		<li>Run LiGNUx, instead of <a
39
+		    href="https://gnu.org/proprietary/malware-microsoft.html">
40
+		    Windows</a> or
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+		    <a href="https://gnu.org/proprietary/malware-apple.html">
42
+		    OSX</a>
43
+		</li>
44
+		<li>Scrape metadata from files you upload whenever possible
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+			<ul>
46
+				<li>Including here. PNG and JPG files are
47
+				    automatically scraped, but you'll need to
48
+				    manually take care of other filetypes
49
+				</li>
50
+			</ul>
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+		</li>
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+	</ul>
53
+
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+<p>That's really just some bare-bones stuff.</p>
55
+<p>You should probably check out the Raddle Wiki
56
+   <a href="https://raddle.me/wiki/basic_security">Basic Security</a>
57
+   (<a href="http://lfbg75wjgi4nzdio.onion/wiki/basic_security">Onion</a>)
58
+   guide for some more in-depth stuff.
59
+</p>
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+</section>
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+</article>
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+
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+<article>
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+<h1>The “Terms”</h1>
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+
4
+<p>Basically anything you upload is fair game.</p>
5
+
6
+<p>If I get a letter from authorities or what have you (DMCA, etc.), though,
7
+   there's a good chance I'll remove the alias to your file, and unpin it
8
+   from my IPFS gateway.
9
+</p>
10
+
11
+<p>You might wanna check out the <a href="privacy">privacy policy</a> page,
12
+   while you're at it.
13
+</p>
14
+
15
+<aside>
16
+	<p>(Have I mentioned how much I hate these detached, jargony terms:
17
+	   “terms of service”, “privacy policy”,
18
+	   etc? I'm not saying they're not important, they are, but it feels
19
+	   kind of weird how they're almost always named exactly the same way
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+	   everywhere, that unsettling homogeneity. Oh well.)
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+	</p>
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+</aside>
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+</article>
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+
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+
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+<article>
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+<section>
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+<h1>Er, what <em>is</em> this?</h1>
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+
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+<p>Another generic, privacy-centered file-host.</p>
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+<p>Well, except that this one is backed by <a href="https://ipfs.io">IPFS</a>,
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+the Interplanetary File System-- so your files are permanent and distributed!
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+Whenever you upload a file, you get an alias (AKA, shortened URL) that redirects
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+to the file on IPFS.</p>
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+
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+</section>
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+
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+<hr />
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+
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+<section>
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+<h2>And the software?</h2>
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+<p>coinsh.red runs on what I call
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+   <a href="https://git.eunichx.us/distribute-coin">distribute-coin</a>,
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+   a libre/copyleft web service (licensed under the GNU AGPLv3)
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+   written in Common Lisp. It's the successor to
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+   <a href="https://git.eunichx.us/insert-coin">insert-coin</a>, which
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+   just suckeddd.
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+</p>
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+</section>
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+</article>
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+
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+
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+
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+	<p>Thanks for feeding me; it'll be in safe hands</p>
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+
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+	<p>Your <?php echo(strtolower($GLOBALS["url_aliasize_item"])); ?>'s
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+	<a href="<?php echo($GLOBALS["mask_url"]); ?>">over here</a></p>
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+
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+	<p><b><?php echo($GLOBALS["mask_url"]); ?></b></p>
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+<form action="<?php echo webroot("private/create.php")?>"
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+		method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">
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+	<p>
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+        	<input type="text" placeholder="URL"
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+			name="url_target" class="basic-text">
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+	</p>
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+
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+	<p>
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+		<input type="text" placeholder="Alias (Shortened URL)"
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+			name="url_alias" class="basic-text">
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+	</p>
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+
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+        <input style="margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 10px" type="submit"
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+         value="FORGE <?php echo(strtoupper($GLOBALS["url_aliasize_item"])); ?>" name="submit">
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+</form>
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+	<p>You didn't type in anything...</p>
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+	<p>Come on, you can do better than that. :s</p>
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+	<p>Er, that <?php echo(strtolower($GLOBALS["url_aliasize_item"])); ?>
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+	already exists, try a different alias.</p>
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+	<p>Now, mate, that wasn't an actual URL.</p>
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+	<p>You had <i>one</i> job!...</p>
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+	<p>What the hell just happened? :o</p>
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+	<p>I dunno, but maybe you should give it another go?</p>
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+<div class="menu top-menu">
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+	<h2>	<a href="<?php echo webroot(""); ?>">
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+			<?php echo($GLOBALS["site_name"]); ?>
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+		</a>
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+		<a href="<?php echo webroot("d"); ?>">
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+			<img id="duck"
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+			src="<?php echo webroot("res/img/war_duck.png") ?>"
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+			alt="Warduck lives!">
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+		</a>
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+	</h2>
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+	<ul>
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+		<li><a href="<?php echo webroot("coin.php"); ?>">file-beamer</a></li>
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+		<li><a href="<?php echo webroot("mask.php") ?>">url-shortener</a></li>
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+	</ul>
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+</div>
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+<div class="menu top-menu">
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+	<h2>	<a href="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->">
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+			insert-coin
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+		</a>
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+		<a href="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->d/">
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+			<img id="duck"
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+			src="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->r/war_duck.png"
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+			alt="Warduck lives!">
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+		</a>
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+	</h2>
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+	<ul>
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+		<li><a href="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->p/">file-beamer</a></li>
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+		<li><a href="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->u/">url-shortener</a></li>
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+	</ul>
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+</div>
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+
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+
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+<p>Er, a file with that name already exists— try a different name.</p>
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+
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+<img src="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->r/coin_die-big.png">
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+
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+<form action="/p/null" method="POST" enctype="multipart/form-data">
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+	<p>
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+        	<input type="text" placeholder="Filename (Blank for uploaded name)" 
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+			name="filename" class="basic-text">
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+	</p>
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+
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+	<input type="file" name="file" id="file"
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+		style="margin: 0 auto">
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+	<input style="margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 10px" type="submit"
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+		value="INSERT COIN" name="submit">
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+</form>
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+	<img
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+		alt="A big & yellow coin lying before a coin-slot"
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+		src="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->r/coin-big.png">
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+
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+<h2>404</h2>
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+<p>Either that doesn't exist, or I couldn't manage to conjure it
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+   into existence.</p>
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+<p>Try again.</p> 
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+<img src="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->r/coin_die-big.png">
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+<p>Your coin's
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+	<a href="<!-- TMPL_VAR hostname --><!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->u/<!-- TMPL_VAR filename -->">over here.</a></p>
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+
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+<h3><!-- TMPL_VAR hostname --><!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->u/<!-- TMPL_VAR filename --></h3>
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+<!-- TMPL_IF onion-hostname -->
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+<h3><!-- TMPL_VAR onion-hostname --><!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->u/<!-- TMPL_VAR filename --></h3>
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+<!-- /TMPL_IF -->
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+
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+<h5><!-- TMPL_VAR ipfs-hostname -->/ipfs/<!-- TMPL_VAR hash --></h5>
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+<h5>https://ipfs.io/ipfs/<!-- TMPL_VAR hash --></h5>
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+
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+
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+<img src="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->r/coin_win-big.png">
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+<h2>409</h2>
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+<p>Er, that mask already exists-- try a different alias.</p>
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+
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+<img src="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->r/mask_die-big.png">
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+
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+<form action="/u/null" method="POST" enctype="multipart/form-data">
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+	<p>
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+        	<input type="text" placeholder="URL ('https://news.com', etc)"
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+			name="target" class="basic-text">
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+	</p>
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+
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+	<p>
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+		<input type="text" placeholder="Alias ('dog', 'apple')"
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+			name="alias-name" class="basic-text">
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+	</p>
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+
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+	<input style="margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 10px" type="submit"
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+		value="INSERT COIN" name="submit">
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+</form>
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+	<img
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+		alt="A big, funny mask with a stupid mustache and glasses."
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+		src="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->r/mask-big.png">
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+<h2>404</h2>
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+<p>No such URL or alias!</p>
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+<p>Come on, you can do better than that. :s</p>
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+
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+<img src="<!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->r/mask_die-big.png">
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+<p>Your mask is
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+	<a href="<!-- TMPL_VAR protocol --><!-- TMPL_VAR hostname --><!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->u/<!-- TMPL_VAR alias-name -->">over here.</a></p>
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+
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+<h3><!-- TMPL_VAR target --></h3>
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+<h3>↓</h3>
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+<h3><!-- TMPL_VAR hostname --><!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->u/<!-- TMPL_VAR alias-name --></h3>
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+
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+<!-- TMPL_IF onion-hostname -->
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+<h3><!-- TMPL_VAR onion-hostname --><!-- TMPL_VAR depth -->u/<!-- TMPL_VAR alias-name --></h3>
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+<!-- /TMPL_IF -->
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+(in-package :distribute-coin)
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+
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+;; -------------------------------------
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+;; handler-creation
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+