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September 15, 2010, 02:41:31 AM
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Already done: CUDA Donation Thread.

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September 15, 2010, 02:50:01 AM
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Already done: CUDA Donation Thread.

If you do not trust me, you may discuss about other candidates.

No, it's nothing personal, and I'm not thinking about getting in the race, for sheer lack of time, and because I get obsessed very easily (I pulled an all nighter with my implementation, and it had been a while since I last did that). Join the two and I'm the perfect guy to do this, only I need to work on the other, less important types of income Smiley

I'm just saying that stating "I'll donate X" is not the same as having an account with X times the people that donated, psychologically speaking. And having that account held by a well established party helps wiz newcomers consider taking the bounty, that's all.

If I'm to do it, you can hold my bounty, I trust you Smiley
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September 15, 2010, 03:35:25 AM
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* jgarzik calls puddinpop's bluff  Wink

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September 15, 2010, 07:00:41 AM
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If there would be a 10000 BTC bounty I would open source it right now.  You understand I spent a considerable amount of time and effort creating this and want a return on my investment.  People cracking it and nit picking about perceived license issues when it is clearly not open source just makes me not want to bother with releasing anything.  Why should I bother if people don't respect it?  Anyway, like I said I'd release all the source given a large bounty, and If I discover some magic way to increase the hashing rate in the future (not likely) I would not want any more.

I am sure satoshi and sirius-m as well as all the other open source contributors to this project as well as a plethora of other open source projects have spent a considerable amount of time offering their developments at no cost.

Watch this vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6XAPnuFjJc

Additionally, an acceptance of 10,000btc to open source seems indicative that the proprietary version isn't generating enough profits as intended or desired and perhaps open sourcing it will feel as if effort to create proprietary implementation and convert to open source was worth the time.

In regards to donating or providing a contribution to one's efforts, I would rather show generosity towards someone who doesn't ask for it, then one who asks.  In a sense, asking for things for one's accomplishments has a negative perception/connotation.
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September 15, 2010, 11:47:47 PM
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* jgarzik calls puddinpop's bluff  Wink

I've offered the whole 10k to puddinpop, in the name of The Bitcoin Store, to open source the client he's distributing here on the forums.

He's interested, and we're working out the details now.

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September 16, 2010, 07:42:30 AM
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Or everyone could do the obvious thing and donate to me to open source it.  Why do you find my work so worthwhile to crack, yet you won't help the community by donating to open source it?

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It's not a donation, it's a fucking payment. Get it right and stop trying to guilt the good guys who take the bad shit out of your crap software.

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You really _are_ a piece of shit.

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September 16, 2010, 08:08:03 PM
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So has anyone tried this client on a HardOCP/Anandtech glory gaming machine?

You know, something dual-SLI 480 cards or beastly pair of space heaters?

I'm just curious to know what a few hundred CUDA threads looks like in khash/sec.

Anyone here pause Crysis for long enough to run it?

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September 16, 2010, 10:31:55 PM
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Just hijacking the thread a little bit to say I've posted a new patch to enable CUDA on the default client: http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1009.msg13028#msg13028

Still very specialized, but wide open for you to change that Wink
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September 17, 2010, 12:21:04 AM
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Just hijacking the thread a little bit to say I've posted a new patch to enable CUDA on the default client: http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1009.msg13028#msg13028

Still very specialized, but wide open for you to change that Wink

Hmm, thats only for MacOS clients right? or how do i patch my windows client with a txt file...?

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September 17, 2010, 12:35:23 AM
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Just hijacking the thread a little bit to say I've posted a new patch to enable CUDA on the default client: http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1009.msg13028#msg13028

Still very specialized, but wide open for you to change that Wink

Hmm, thats only for MacOS clients right? or how do i patch my windows client with a txt file...?

You don't, and you don't do that to MacOS clients either Smiley It's a patch for the source of bitcoin, only of any use if you can compile it yourself. This is not a ready product, read the appropriate thread for more information.
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September 18, 2010, 09:54:56 PM
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I have some good news.  Because of a generous contribution by jgarzik, I am releasing the code for the CUDA client.

Open sourced by The Bitcoin Store:
CUDA enabled source based on SVN 153, MIT licensed

Additionally, I am releasing a GPL licensed version, which is where I will be making further enhancements:
CUDA enabled source based on SVN 153, GPL2 licensed
patch for above source

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September 18, 2010, 10:34:00 PM
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It's really good news! Thank you, jgarzik! Thank you, puddinpop! Cheesy

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September 18, 2010, 11:22:16 PM
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Yay!  $570 (was $650 a week ago) worth of Bitcoins spent by jgarzik.  Thanks much even though it doesn't benefit me personally.  Yay for community!

Enjoy, community!
(donations accepted at address in my sig, it certainly wasn't free Smiley)

I agree!  Donate to jgarzik until his initial funding is accounted for, and then some.  He deserves it. ^_^
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September 18, 2010, 11:34:42 PM
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Enjoy, community!

(donations accepted at address in my sig, it certainly wasn't free Smiley)

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September 19, 2010, 04:01:27 AM
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So I've been trying to figure out.. just how many coins did
1HZNsUqQxKVLmfPfCAzLwrnVDzx8CxwxnM
receive?

It seems like this should be a matter of public record, and objectively verifiable by anyone.

It would be interesting to see how many blocks (before open source) the CUDA client generated.  If each block sent 5 BTC to the address above, that should be easy math, right?

I just can't figure out how to get a total tally of coins to a specific address.  Is there a tool for that?

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September 19, 2010, 02:02:18 PM
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So I've been trying to figure out.. just how many coins did
1HZNsUqQxKVLmfPfCAzLwrnVDzx8CxwxnM
receive?

http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=133.msg12921#msg12921
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September 19, 2010, 04:42:08 PM
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I think I was perhaps unclear.

I want to know the total "incoming" bitcoin count for the address
1HZNsUqQxKVLmfPfCAzLwrnVDzx8CxwxnM

That is, not the donations or payoff or whatever, but the auto-transfered coins that the previous CUDA client was sending out.  Unlike any other payment system, we (anyone interested) should be able to determine just how many blocks were generated and taxed to that address.

It's just curiosity, but more an exercise in fund tracking.  I haven't figured out how.

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September 19, 2010, 06:30:19 PM
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we (anyone interested) should be able to determine
I think that we should not! Another question: how easy is it to be done?

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September 19, 2010, 10:53:28 PM
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If it is possible to see individual or total of transactions sent to a specified bitcoin address, I suggest someone to write a patch to make this available in API
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September 19, 2010, 11:29:06 PM
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If it is possible to see individual or total of transactions sent to a specified bitcoin address, I suggest someone to write a patch to make this available in API

Total of transactions sent to specified address (or label) are
Code:
getreceivedbyaddress <bitcoinaddress> [minconf=1]
getreceivedbylabel <label> [minconf=1]

Individual transactions can be dumped from 'listtransactions' patch, though that lists all addresses including desired bitcoin addresses.

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