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December 20, 2010, 08:56:33 AM
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Gene, it is too early to call this a scam dont you think? come on a bit of patience it's required, give him enough time to organize a better procedure for payments before complaining.
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December 20, 2010, 08:58:40 AM
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The software is only days old.  It is far too early start throwing around the 's' word.

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December 20, 2010, 09:02:41 AM
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Despite the repeated empty promises and posts showing how money is being sent to very few accounts, I haven't seen any money from work which began on 17 Dec.
If you haven't been paid, please let everyone know. That will prevent others from falling in the same trap, and will reveal the extent of this scam.

Hey buddy, you are really insane.

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2010-12-20 08:59:08.699679
Test: False
Current balance: 50.0
Send 11.7 to 1DXsKabUusmayN4e8PjdMx2JQgrk9mdRer
Send 9.29 to 1JdEn5LeMREmAjcAi4KWf8EX6zkubqGn55
Send 7.66 to 1N2RqrCuyxMizkdVfGf2c7xpQSdiw5ZUm
Send 6.86 to 1Gq6YyhbJpeJyLewQ1kRuMS6cXkuHZGjyt
Send 6.62 to 13MoaRBGqzf16gc4Zp32hXPKyWVZ915KXV
Send 5.9 to 13SecR7EGTXQ4LHGWvYhbAEUbMnFpyMWHG
Send 1.9 to 1Ps8YSq6DLqnVRwFiNRzeVSMruoGF9Gg4t
Send 0.07 to 1NAfMmVJZ4D2287MfpNMNEQxxu9zWDv31g
Initial balance: 50.0, sent total 50.0 for 8 people, time 0.5 sec

Next round sent, I'm waiting to maturing block 98425. Because of large changes in accounting, I'm still sending those payments manually.

Does this mean you are going to start sending payments in my specific case or are you still working on that bug?

You are inside this payment, please check it! :-)

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December 20, 2010, 09:22:58 AM
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Despite the repeated empty promises and posts showing how money is being sent to very few accounts, I haven't seen any money from work which began on 17 Dec.
If you haven't been paid, please let everyone know. That will prevent others from falling in the same trap, and will reveal the extent of this scam.

Hey buddy, you are really insane.
How charming. I haven't been paid.

I also note that you haven't actually disputed anything I stated.


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2010-12-20 08:59:08.699679
Test: False
Current balance: 50.0
Send 11.7 to 1DXsKabUusmayN4e8PjdMx2JQgrk9mdRer
Send 9.29 to 1JdEn5LeMREmAjcAi4KWf8EX6zkubqGn55
Send 7.66 to 1N2RqrCuyxMizkdVfGf2c7xpQSdiw5ZUm
Send 6.86 to 1Gq6YyhbJpeJyLewQ1kRuMS6cXkuHZGjyt
Send 6.62 to 13MoaRBGqzf16gc4Zp32hXPKyWVZ915KXV
Send 5.9 to 13SecR7EGTXQ4LHGWvYhbAEUbMnFpyMWHG
Send 1.9 to 1Ps8YSq6DLqnVRwFiNRzeVSMruoGF9Gg4t
Send 0.07 to 1NAfMmVJZ4D2287MfpNMNEQxxu9zWDv31g
Initial balance: 50.0, sent total 50.0 for 8 people, time 0.5 sec
I'm not there. Again. What a surprise.

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Next round sent, I'm waiting to maturing block 98425. Because of large changes in accounting, I'm still sending those payments manually.
When shall I expect mine?

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You are inside this payment, please check it! :-)
I'm not. How are these payments being processed? Without code or a breakdown of the logic involved, you have zero credibility.

*processing payment* *error 404 : funds not found*
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December 20, 2010, 09:28:53 AM
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I'm not. How are these payments being processed? Without code or a breakdown of the logic involved, you have zero credibility.

Hey, you must be another's pool owner, right? :-D Again, specially for you. I changed logic, which means, that new payments will be cleared in way described above. There is still unconfirmed 200 BTC earned with old accounting system, so few people have to wait. (I have no data to send old payments "in order" with new clearing system) You are inside. You Must Wait. Sorry. I will not send payment specially for you. By the way, I even don't know which nick in pool is yours. Stop spamming here, enjoy it in your thread.

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December 20, 2010, 09:59:16 AM
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Test: False
Current balance: 50.0
Send 11.7 to 1DXsKabUusmayN4e8PjdMx2JQgrk9mdRer
Send 9.29 to 1JdEn5LeMREmAjcAi4KWf8EX6zkubqGn55
Send 7.66 to 1N2RqrCuyxMizkdVfGf2c7xpQSdiw5ZUm
Send 6.86 to 1Gq6YyhbJpeJyLewQ1kRuMS6cXkuHZGjyt
Send 6.62 to 13MoaRBGqzf16gc4Zp32hXPKyWVZ915KXV
Send 5.9 to 13SecR7EGTXQ4LHGWvYhbAEUbMnFpyMWHG
Send 1.9 to 1Ps8YSq6DLqnVRwFiNRzeVSMruoGF9Gg4t
Send 0.07 to 1NAfMmVJZ4D2287MfpNMNEQxxu9zWDv31g
Initial balance: 50.0, sent total 50.0 for 8 people, time 0.5 sec
Next round sent, I'm waiting to maturing block 98425. Because of large changes in accounting, I'm still sending those payments manually.

Hey, slash, are you teazing or what?  I, again, am not on that list. I worked since the block 98139, and on the all blocks since.  This list obviously is not right, since it adds to 50, and you are missing me, and other people on the forum.  So, somebody else is getting more.


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December 20, 2010, 10:06:01 AM
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I, again, am not on that list. I worked since the block 98139, and on the all blocks since.  This list obviously is not right, since it adds to 50, and you are missing me, and other people on the forum.

He's already said, there are some old blocks which were handled by his old accounting system and will have to wait, even though newer blocks are being automatically paid now.

Looking forward to quantum computing so we can have qubitcoins.
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December 20, 2010, 10:12:06 AM
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Slush, what reason to use per-miner, not per-user accounts?

Performance


So you are optimizing your code before you got it to work correctly?  That is definitely a wrong way to do it.

What exactly were you trying to optimize? 

Why are you not anwsering people's questions in this forum?   Don't say you don't have time, because you also use time to write "I don't have time".

So, I'll save you some time, so you can answer this by putting "x" in the appropriate place.



Why are you not sending money to all the people that contributed? Tick here:

[ ] - It's a bug
[ ] - I don't want to say
[ ] - I don't know
[ ] - I think I am sending it to all people
[ ] - I am working on it hardly


Note, you can check more than one. 






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December 20, 2010, 10:13:59 AM
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[ ] - It's a bug
[ ] - I don't want to say
[ ] - I don't know
[ ] - I think I am sending it to all people
[ ] - I am working on it hardly

Read the thread. He's already answered. He's waiting for blocks to mature, and is having to send some payments manually because the accounting system changed.

Looking forward to quantum computing so we can have qubitcoins.
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December 20, 2010, 10:17:34 AM
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Note, you can check more than one.  

Did you ever found a block? Do you _really_ know miners don't have coins directly after they find a block? It looks:

[ ] you are an idiot
[ ] you don't know how mining works

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So you are optimizing your code before you got it to work correctly?  That is definitely a wrong way to do it.

Feel free to implement own pool which will handle 5 ghash/s instantly.

Btw mining core (where is this optimization inside) and payment system are two separate components. As I _already_ said, I did not expect we will find blocks faster than they mature. Original pudinpopp's miner solve one block for a weeks. Now I see I was wrong and already implemented better payment system which handle such load of transactions much better. And stop trolling here, join gene's trolling thread.

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December 20, 2010, 10:23:05 AM
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He's already said, there are some old blocks which were handled by his old accounting system and will have to wait, even though newer blocks are being automatically paid now.


Hey, I didn't receive anything, with old system, with new system, nothing.   It is 4th day since I've been contributing, I have a balance on his site that is slowly growing, and it was above treshold since the first day.

How can his lists add to exactly 50, since my share is not in the list? 



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December 20, 2010, 10:25:06 AM
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Hey, slash, are you teazing or what?  I, again, am not on that list. I worked since the block 98139, and on the all blocks since.  This list obviously is not right, since it adds to 50, and you are missing me, and other people on the forum.  So, somebody else is getting more.
I thought the same, btw if you look under your account stat you'll see that there are confirmed bitcoin (Reward:  xxxx Your confirmed balance (in BTC) from previous rounds) , sooner or later that amount will be paid out to you.I guess so.
Cya

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December 20, 2010, 10:30:18 AM
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Read the thread.
people don't want to read, they want answers, now!

[ ] - It's a bug
[ ] - I don't want to say
[ ] - I don't know
[ ] - I think I am sending it to all people
[ ] - I am working on it hardly

you missed something here, what about
[] - I'm waiting for block 98425 to mature, I'm still sending those payments manually.

which also explains why some people still missing a few payments
This list obviously is not right, since it adds to 50, and you are missing me, and other people on the forum. 
my guess is, that it adds up to exactly 50, because there is no more balance on the wallet.
if  from block 98425* accounting is handled differently and payments are sent automated by scripts, i'm sure you will receive your reward-balances too, like everyone else did so far.
not a single coin is lost so far, not even sub-cents (which might end up worthless on other pool systems, as we learned earlier),
they just haven't been sent yet.

if you can't even wait a few days, go try generating on your own, we'll see how you like that.
you will probably end up with zero coins for working and waiting months.

*11 confirmations left

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December 20, 2010, 10:30:48 AM
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So concerns about payments aside, how do I get my miner to connect to the pool?

I have my account set up on slush's site and I registered a worker.

I'm using m0mchil's python GPU miner and I know I need to use "http://mining.bitcoin.cz:8332" somehow, but I'm just not figuring out the next step.

Thanks.

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December 20, 2010, 10:39:48 AM
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Hey, slash, why don't you put the number of the block for the list of payments you are posting.  That way we can at least manually check if your code is working correctly.

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December 20, 2010, 10:44:36 AM
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So concerns about payments aside, how do I get my miner to connect to the pool?

I have my account set up on slush's site and I registered a worker.

I'm using m0mchil's python GPU miner and I know I need to use "http://mining.bitcoin.cz:8332" somehow, but I'm just not figuring out the next step.

Thanks.

I  use this string
poclbm.exe -o mining.bitcoin.cz -p 8332 --user=yourusername.loginsuffix --pass=yourpass -d0

Final worker login will be in form <your username>.<login suffix>
so if your username is test and worker is test01 the user will be test.test01 
--user=test.test01 for example

-d0 for specifying graphic device #1

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December 20, 2010, 10:49:20 AM
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for the list of payments you are posting.  That way we can at least manually check if your code is working correctly.
you just prooved me right saying people don't want to read, else you might have read this
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I'm still sending those payments manually.
so there is actually no code at all for you to check, it's still done manually.

be patient.

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December 20, 2010, 10:52:41 AM
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Hey, slash, why don't you put the number of the block for the list of payments you are posting.  That way we can at least manually check if your code is working correctly.

I'm posting here immediatelly when send coins. You can go to block explorer and find it by self. By the way, people confirms they already received their rewards, so sending incorrect  is not an issue.

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so there is actually no code at all for you to check, it's still done manually.

I'm already sending it with 'final' script, but firstly start it for 'dry run' and check, if ammounts are correctly calculated

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December 20, 2010, 10:58:28 AM
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I  use this string
poclbm.exe -o mining.bitcoin.cz -p 8332 --user=yourusername.loginsuffix --pass=yourpass -d0

Final worker login will be in form <your username>.<login suffix>
so if your username is test and worker is test01 the user will be test.test01 
--user=test.test01 for example

-d0 for specifying graphic device #1


That looks to have done the trick. I've got a khash number and it has spit out a few "****, accepted" lines which looks good.

Thanks for the assist.

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December 20, 2010, 11:51:10 AM
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Did you ever found a block? Do you _really_ know miners don't have coins directly after they find a block? It looks:

[ ] you are an idiot
[ ] you don't know how mining works
This ad hominem attack is feeble, even by your standards.

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And stop trolling here, join gene's trolling thread.
This thread is entitled "Cooperative mining (>4000Mhash/s, join us!)." It is clearly the appropriate place to discuss issues pertaining to your pool. A person discussing obvious issues and holding your feet to the fire is not "trolling" or "spamming." Those labels are not reserved for posts with which you happen to disagree or would rather not see posted.

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