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June 26, 2011, 03:59:12 PM
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June 26, 2011, 03:59:31 PM
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This is incredibly painful for me to watch.

Just imagine for a second that you were a brilliant mathematician, you eat, shit and sleep math.

One day you see a big gathering, and someone has been chosen at random to answer a math question, and they will win untold fame and fortune.
The question is fun, if a little simple, but you have to squirm as you watch this nincompoop fumble around and fuck it up.

Guys like me who love servers, server architecture and scalability arguments, dream of days like this.

We love to overengineer even when it is not necessary (we try not to).

this is a no brainer, a quality problem.
If i knew that on date x, time y, that i was going to have n users hitting my server all at once, this would be an easy task.

It would be fun, it would go smoothly, I would have a plan.

I can only think the guys at MtGox are either grossly incompetent or incredibly greedy (they still have all this stuffed on to some box under their desk).



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I hear that.

I over-optimize my PHP/javascript/c++, and as a result I have a similar opinion about the style/programming/functionality of the site.  I also over-analyze every detail well before presentation, so the final product is solid far beyond its heavy use.

I would have caught and fixed the auto-download on the ticker, I know that for sure.   Undecided
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June 26, 2011, 04:01:47 PM
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I don't trust this anymore... Just withdrew my BTC back to my wallet...
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June 26, 2011, 04:02:04 PM
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Waiting for Goxdot
I don't think that there's many people getting that Beckett reference in this forum  Undecided
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June 26, 2011, 04:02:21 PM
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This is incredibly painful for me to watch.

Just imagine for a second that you were a brilliant mathematician, you eat, shit and sleep math.

One day you see a big gathering, and someone has been chosen at random to answer a math question, and they will win untold fame and fortune.
The question is fun, if a little simple, but you have to squirm as you watch this nincompoop fumble around and fuck it up.

Guys like me who love servers, server architecture and scalability arguments, dream of days like this.

We love to overengineer even when it is not necessary (we try not to).

this is a no brainer, a quality problem.
If i knew that on date x, time y, that i was going to have n users hitting my server all at once, this would be an easy task.

It would be fun, it would go smoothly, I would have a plan.

I can only think the guys at MtGox are either grossly incompetent or incredibly greedy (they still have all this stuffed on to some box under their desk).4

The problem I see is increasing their last mile connection speed to their ISP as this cannot be done quickly. Here is the states it takes 2 to 6 weeks and you are at the mercy of the provider. All the equipment processing speed is useless without this upgrade.



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June 26, 2011, 04:03:51 PM
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Waiting for Goxdot
I don't think that there's many people getting that Beckett reference in this forum  Undecided


Watching a two hour play full of boredom is less painful than the last week!

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June 26, 2011, 04:04:15 PM
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Waiting for Goxdot
I don't think that there's many people getting that Beckett reference in this forum  Undecided

Ah, the curse of the cultured  Grin
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June 26, 2011, 04:04:23 PM
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This is incredibly painful for me to watch.

Just imagine for a second that you were a brilliant mathematician, you eat, shit and sleep math.

One day you see a big gathering, and someone has been chosen at random to answer a math question, and they will win untold fame and fortune.
The question is fun, if a little simple, but you have to squirm as you watch this nincompoop fumble around and fuck it up.

Guys like me who love servers, server architecture and scalability arguments, dream of days like this.

We love to overengineer even when it is not necessary (we try not to).

this is a no brainer, a quality problem.
If i knew that on date x, time y, that i was going to have n users hitting my server all at once, this would be an easy task.

It would be fun, it would go smoothly, I would have a plan.

I can only think the guys at MtGox are either grossly incompetent or incredibly greedy (they still have all this stuffed on to some box under their desk).



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yes.  * sigh *

i put up a webserver once upon a time, that had 239k unique from the gitgo.  cold fusion and SQLServer.  went smooth.

this is embarrassing.
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June 26, 2011, 04:04:39 PM
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Well at least I have constant reassurance that mouse button and F5 key work.
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June 26, 2011, 04:04:45 PM
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I've been defending Gox pretty much the whole time, but this is starting to drive me crazy.  MagicalTux hasn't posted anything on the forum since the 21st.  It should have been obvious to me when they admitted their deadlines were just there to get people off their back, that they didn't take the notion of a timely and orderly restoration of service very seriously.  :-/

Vires In Numeris.
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June 26, 2011, 04:06:03 PM
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TURN IT ON!

DO IT!
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June 26, 2011, 04:07:57 PM
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I've been defending Gox pretty much the whole time, but this is starting to drive me crazy.  MagicalTux hasn't posted anything on the forum since the 21st.  It should have been obvious to me when they admitted their deadlines were just there to get people off their back, that they didn't take the notion of a timely and orderly restoration of service very seriously.  :-/

If that were the case you'd think they would be pushing their dead lines back way ahead of time like NASA does.

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June 26, 2011, 04:08:03 PM
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not sure how much time ive wasted now being ready and waiting every time an opening was scheduled.  this really looks bad for them.
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June 26, 2011, 04:08:12 PM
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I've been defending Gox pretty much the whole time, but this is starting to drive me crazy.  MagicalTux hasn't posted anything on the forum since the 21st.  It should have been obvious to me when they admitted their deadlines were just there to get people off their back, that they didn't take the notion of a timely and orderly restoration of service very seriously.  :-/

When you have to wait for IRC groupies to get a message about the site's status.  They don't take their business seriously.  Otherwise updates would be made ahead of time on their support website.
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June 26, 2011, 04:08:31 PM
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This is sad, albeit highly amusing.

I wonder how many have de-funded, re-funded, and de-re-funded their accounts as we have been waiting...

I lost faith so I de-funded... I'm known to have bad luck so I guess it will start working in a few minutes...
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June 26, 2011, 04:09:03 PM
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I've been defending Gox pretty much the whole time, but this is starting to drive me crazy.  MagicalTux hasn't posted anything on the forum since the 21st.  It should have been obvious to me when they admitted their deadlines were just there to get people off their back, that they didn't take the notion of a timely and orderly restoration of service very seriously.  :-/

Are you a programmer, and have you ever had to release a software?

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June 26, 2011, 04:11:18 PM
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TURN IT ON!

DO IT!
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June 26, 2011, 04:11:33 PM
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I've been defending Gox pretty much the whole time, but this is starting to drive me crazy.  MagicalTux hasn't posted anything on the forum since the 21st.  It should have been obvious to me when they admitted their deadlines were just there to get people off their back, that they didn't take the notion of a timely and orderly restoration of service very seriously.  :-/

When you have to wait for IRC groupies to get a message about the site's status.  They don't take their business seriously.  Otherwise updates would be made ahead of time on their support website.
They are sitting on a freaking goldmine . . . and they appear to have nothing but contempt for their users.

Mind-blowing.
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June 26, 2011, 04:11:51 PM
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First timelimit not met, second one created right after, also not met. Now again without any Time on when it will be back up??

This is ridiculous -.-

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June 26, 2011, 04:11:59 PM
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pretty much sums it up
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