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December 15, 2016, 09:29:05 PM
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By the way I have a huge stake in this project I know succeeds I seen Elastic Safe Coin combining this with holographic info on many drives and systems and is completely secure without blockchain.
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December 15, 2016, 09:49:44 PM
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Is there any inforamtion about his project ?

Devs and roadmaps ? Smiley


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Devs and roadmaps ? Smiley

There is gossip, that at least one of the devs is a romantic, sentimental burbon drinker, poker high-roller and a passionate american muscle car afficionado. While devs are "finishing their masters" or "analyzing protein-protein interaction networks", this dev likes to enjoy his time with one of these extraordinarily tasty Romeo y Julieta cigars at his favourite gentlemen's club. And while other devs are busy photographing themselves and "intellectually masturbating" together a sleek eloquent resume, this dev is skipping all that and can be found busy touring india in his 20 year old duct-tape fixed sailing yacht or enjoying a few caipirinhas plus some real authentic streetfood in the wonderful lively streets of rio de janeiro.

Hope this helps a bit ;-)
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December 15, 2016, 11:23:19 PM
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Sounds like Hemingway.  ;-)
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December 15, 2016, 11:45:03 PM
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Our SDK Editor just got one tad sexier ;-)




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Will u compile it for Win64?
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December 16, 2016, 12:19:12 AM
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Our SDK Editor just got one tad sexier ;-)

(picture)

... just to get a feel how fast we are proceeding. A few months ago, our editor looked like this fella here:



(picture)

Hey, don't know if you already thought about that, but I think it would be cool if you could "name" parts of the arrays, so you could use them pretty much like variables (or smaller arrays). This would help distinguish parts of the arrays and what they are supposed to do (i.e. using descriptive variable names). The names would be dismissed by the compiler, just like comments.

You cold probably simply use the "search and replace" tool to achieve that, but having it built in would be nice either way.

I'm guessing you wouldn't have liked the early days of computers when all we had was assembly & machine code  Smiley

Anything can be added, but every change takes time to code / test.  I think it would be best (and I think it was mentioned before) that someone keep a running list of suggested enhancements.
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December 16, 2016, 12:20:48 AM
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Will u compile it for Win64?

Pretty much everything EK does is java based, so it should run on all platforms...the miner is a different story.
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December 16, 2016, 12:27:54 AM
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Devs and roadmaps ? Smiley

There is gossip, that at least one of the devs is a romantic, sentimental burbon drinker, poker high-roller and a passionate american muscle car afficionado. While devs are "finishing their masters" or "analyzing protein-protein interaction networks", this dev likes to enjoy his time with one of these extraordinarily tasty Romeo y Julieta cigars at his favourite gentlemen's club. And while other devs are busy photographing themselves and "intellectually masturbating" together a sleek eloquent resume, this dev is skipping all that and can be found busy touring india in his 20 year old duct-tape fixed sailing yacht or enjoying a few caipirinhas plus some real authentic streetfood in the wonderful lively streets of rio de janeiro.

Hope this helps a bit ;-)
wow ! EK , you should write a book, then make it a movie, yes , movie director !
Man , you are talented and I mean it.

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December 16, 2016, 12:38:29 AM
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Devs and roadmaps ? Smiley

There is gossip, that at least one of the devs is a romantic, sentimental burbon drinker, poker high-roller and a passionate american muscle car afficionado. While devs are "finishing their masters" or "analyzing protein-protein interaction networks", this dev likes to enjoy his time with one of these extraordinarily tasty Romeo y Julieta cigars at his favourite gentlemen's club. And while other devs are busy photographing themselves and "intellectually masturbating" together a sleek eloquent resume, this dev is skipping all that and can be found busy touring india in his 20 year old duct-tape fixed sailing yacht or enjoying a few caipirinhas plus some real authentic streetfood in the wonderful lively streets of rio de janeiro.

Hope this helps a bit ;-)

lol

i saw many team member profile like this
"爱猫爱狗爱自然
编程编码编故事
狗屁不是"
"love dog & cat, love nature;
code this and that and code story;
finally turns to bullshit"


BUT xel is another story
"始于举世皆浊无人识
终于传奇流芳笑群雄
一枝独秀:
“start from mystery,only few understand and bet;
end to legend,dwarf most competitors;
outstanding the crowd"


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December 16, 2016, 12:47:40 AM
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I thought the average price of Xel would be exchanges. Compared with golem project..(i know, there is no mainnet release, its trading on shit exchange which is name Liqui. it should give us a chance to foresee) bcz elastic and golem projects have got almost the same goals/aims...

nowadays, Golem price about 1Cent - Golem total supply: 1 billion.

Elastic total supply: 100million.

Xel price should be 10cent, also elastic have own-programming-language (Elastic PL) and there is no premined coins (golem have 400million premine coins)..

So, When Xel released mainnet, exchange base price maybe 15 Cent. Is this possible?

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December 16, 2016, 12:49:15 AM
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Our SDK Editor just got one tad sexier ;-)




... just to get a feel how fast we are proceeding. A few months ago, our editor looked like this fella here:





Elastic Editor...
This really is amazing...

Thanks...

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December 16, 2016, 01:14:45 AM
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I thought the average price of Xel would be exchanges. Compared with golem project..(i know, there is no mainnet release, its trading on shit exchange which is name Liqui. it should give us a chance to foresee) bcz elastic and golem projects have got almost the same goals/aims...

nowadays, Golem price about 1Cent - Golem total supply: 1 billion.

Elastic total supply: 100million.

Xel price should be 10cent, also elastic have own-programming-language (Elastic PL) and there is no premined coins (golem have 400million premine coins)..

So, When Xel released mainnet, exchange base price maybe 15 Cent. Is this possible?



XEL will be best pick for most exchanges.

ppl will rush to it no doubt.  I don't like to discuss price and speculation here.  but it seems we can't avoid talking that at this very moment.

everything is possible now Smiley  and keep a vision for future.  1.5dollar is my goal. lol

too bold ?
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December 16, 2016, 01:26:49 AM
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 Grin 1.5$ is not a realistic at first... May be 1-2 year later if ppl use elastic system
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December 16, 2016, 07:27:41 PM
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is this a good competitor for Golem? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1583902.0 best wishes to both, great idea

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December 16, 2016, 09:01:28 PM
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Our SDK Editor just got one tad sexier ;-)

(picture)

... just to get a feel how fast we are proceeding. A few months ago, our editor looked like this fella here:



(picture)

Hey, don't know if you already thought about that, but I think it would be cool if you could "name" parts of the arrays, so you could use them pretty much like variables (or smaller arrays). This would help distinguish parts of the arrays and what they are supposed to do (i.e. using descriptive variable names). The names would be dismissed by the compiler, just like comments.

You cold probably simply use the "search and replace" tool to achieve that, but having it built in would be nice either way.

I'm guessing you wouldn't have liked the early days of computers when all we had was assembly & machine code  Smiley

Anything can be added, but every change takes time to code / test.  I think it would be best (and I think it was mentioned before) that someone keep a running list of suggested enhancements.

Well, probably, yeah. Although, I could have started by learning javascript or python, but chose the nunchucks:
http://bjorn.tipling.com/if-programming-languages-were-weapons

I'm not sure whether this needs to be implemented directly. I guess C uses libraries just as C++ does? I don't see #includes in the screeshot, is ElasticPL supposed to have libraries? If yes, the easiest may be to simply "outsorce" it to a library?

You're right about the suggestions list…

is this a good competitor for Golem? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1583902.0 best wishes to both, great idea

I wouldn't say competitor, at least not in the short to mid-term. The projects go at the issue from very different angles, which means that they are very suited for some tasks and not so much for others and, coincidentally, they don't really "overlap" much. With further development, this may change in the future.
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December 16, 2016, 09:22:16 PM
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I'm not sure whether this needs to be implemented directly. I guess C uses libraries just as C++ does? I don't see #includes in the screeshot, is ElasticPL supposed to have libraries? If yes, the easiest may be to simply "outsorce" it to a library?

Whether or not it's in a header file, someone has to write and test it. 

Unless we get more help, I'm hoping we limit the number of changes at this point.  The miner is already way behind all the new ElasticPL changes as it is.  It will probably be at least a week or two before I can get caught up with EK's changes.
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December 16, 2016, 10:13:35 PM
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I'm not sure whether this needs to be implemented directly. I guess C uses libraries just as C++ does? I don't see #includes in the screeshot, is ElasticPL supposed to have libraries? If yes, the easiest may be to simply "outsorce" it to a library?

Whether or not it's in a header file, someone has to write and test it. 

Unless we get more help, I'm hoping we limit the number of changes at this point.  The miner is already way behind all the new ElasticPL changes as it is.  It will probably be at least a week or two before I can get caught up with EK's changes.

Yeah, I agree. Focus is key for now.

I just thought, I'd put it out there.
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December 17, 2016, 02:01:02 AM
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Elastic is a Decentralized Supercomputer


Short Info
Elastic Project is a non-profit community driven website, created by and for the developers, other community members and those interested in this project, to surge information and helpful advice on everything related to Elastic.

The Mainnet is not yet online! But we have a public testnet running, looking for nasty bugs to fix! Learn how to setup a testnet node here or use the public node to get a first glance.

Official Website
http://elastic-project.com/

Latest News
Testnet 0.8.0 is live.

Check out this (http://elastic-project.com/installing_and_running_elastic#updating_source_code_to_the_latest_version) to learn how to upgrade. New here is, that the elastic-pl-0.2.0 package has a new version. If not using Docker, this has to be updated via mvn! All infos are in the instruction.





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December 17, 2016, 02:14:49 AM
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Anyway, Elastic need a good website... Is there any good web designer to create an original-looking site?
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December 17, 2016, 02:16:43 AM
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Well look at US mineUM slack channel to see if I am alright with a career with the Canada Company owning ESC!
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