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December 14, 2013, 10:11:01 PM
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Are there not ATMs in Canada? Ask to the society owing them to implement Devcoin on their ATMs. Grin
Tourism iin Canada is going to increase a lot.  Grin Maybe ... an annual devcoin meeting in Canada as well.

I live there so I can talk to them they buy from robocode and it costs 20k$ last I checked for theirs cause I wanted to buy. It would have to be open source to claim the bounty so none of these existing platforms will switch to non commercial. It would have to be implemented from scratch no?

For this bounty, the ATM can be closed source, the first step is to get a devcoin ATM.

In a month, if devcoins keep their newfound value, we'll make a bounty for an open source ATM, provisionally this bounty would be 192 shares. Devcoins are currently worth around 0.13 cents, if devcoin stays above 0.05 cents for a month, then we'll make 192 share bounties for huge projects.

Also, I suggest that whoever convinces an existing ATM maker to add devcoin, in turn gets 12 shares. Any objections ?



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I have send the guys from safello a email, maybe they will respond, i hope there will be more people trying to contact ATM builders, because it is not About the first but About getting a bigger chance for succes if we work together
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December 14, 2013, 10:11:36 PM
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what's with the devtome site, I often get this error:

Error 508.  Resource Limit Is Reached

Who is the admin of this site?

Even the link you just provided gives this error:


edit... it seems to work now again. Maybe the server needs some upgrading?

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December 14, 2013, 10:41:08 PM
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Is there a script which generates a file with total earnings for marketing, writing, admin, and bounties?
Some info here: http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=devcoin#generating_the_files
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December 14, 2013, 10:57:48 PM
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Payout is on block 120000, and we're at block 117814 now. Any estimate date on when we'll reach block 120000? I also read the dvc will be paid out over multiple days (a month?), so will it be from when we reach block  120000 and then a month, or will it be from block 120000 untill round 31 ?
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December 14, 2013, 11:01:35 PM
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Payout is on block 120000, and we're at block 117814 now. Any estimate date on when we'll reach block 120000? I also read the dvc will be paid out over multiple days (a month?), so will it be from when we reach block  120000 and then a month, or will it be from block 120000 untill round 31 ?

10 minutes per block, times 2186 remaining, equal 21860 minutes, divided by 60 = 364 hours, 20 minutes, divided by 24 equals about 15 days 3.5 hours.

So about 15 days 3.5 hours, and then payouts start, but the DVC will be paid out over multiple days.

A round countdown clock might be nice, if anyone could do that (ETA to end of round)

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December 14, 2013, 11:15:47 PM
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10 minutes per block, times 2186 remaining, equal 21860 minutes, divided by 60 = 364 hours, 20 minutes, divided by 24 equals about 15 days 3.5 hours.

So about 15 days 3.5 hours, and then payouts start, but the DVC will be paid out over multiple days.

A round countdown clock might be nice, if anyone could do that (ETA to end of round)

Sounds good, about 18 shares for that. Any objections?

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December 14, 2013, 11:21:31 PM
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what's with the devtome site, I often get this error:

Error 508.  Resource Limit Is Reached

Who is the admin of this site?

Even the link you just provided gives this error:


edit... it seems to work now again. Maybe the server needs some upgrading?
0.3 It's currently being worked on by sidhujag according to posts a page/two back, otherwise updates to be done over christmas with group and core funding: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=310280.0

On devtome, the site's registation was previously hit heavily by bots so that option was closed off down to focus on enquiry-based signups. Since then there are intermittent attacks by somebody who seems to have a problem with it: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=233997.msg3690655#msg3690655 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=233997.msg3927234#msg3927234

Dinkleberg: 31st Dec. More info on payments on the statistics page: http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=devtome_stats

Countdown clock - all it needs is a spreadsheet link, could probably just be added to smeagols dvc price site:
Using an old start point for calc: In A1 enter '12/05/2013  21:50:00' (date formatted, this is GMT for ref if want to be specific). In A2 enter current DVC Block. In A3 (also date formatted as above) type =A1+((120000-89150)/((A2-89150)/(NOW()-A1))). Right now that gives 31/12/2013 10:24 GMT
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December 14, 2013, 11:27:47 PM
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what's with the devtome site, I often get this error:

Error 508.  Resource Limit Is Reached

Who is the admin of this site?

Even the link you just provided gives this error:


edit... it seems to work now again. Maybe the server needs some upgrading?
0.3 It's currently being worked on by sidhujag according to posts a page/two back, otherwise updates to be done over christmas with group and core funding: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=310280.0

On devtome, the site's registation was previously hit heavily by bots so that option was closed off down to focus on enquiry-based signups. Since then there are intermittent attacks by somebody who seems to have a problem with it: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=233997.msg3690655#msg3690655 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=233997.msg3927234#msg3927234

Dinkleberg: 31st Dec. More info on payments on the statistics page: http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=devtome_stats

Countdown clock - all it needs is a spreadsheet link, could probably just be added to smeagols dvc price site:
Using an old start point for calc: In A1 enter '12/05/2013  21:50:00' (date formatted, this is GMT for ref if want to be specific). In A2 enter current DVC Block. In A3 (also date formatted as above) type =A1+((120000-89150)/((A2-89150)/(NOW()-A1))). Right now that gives 31/12/2013 10:24 GMT

well, thanks.

So devtome is often attacked by bots... ever tried using cloudflare or something similar?

most of the rest that you said I have no idea what it means... but I am eager to learn... is this the usual devcoin-talk? lol

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December 14, 2013, 11:34:18 PM
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well, thanks.

So devtome is often attacked by bots... ever tried using cloudflare or something similar?

most of the rest that you said I have no idea what it means... but I am eager to learn... is this the usual devcoin-talk? lol

devcoin-talk - possibly Smiley. Sorry the rest was in reply to Dinkleberg/others a few posts up - just me trying to be efficient and achieving confusion.
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December 14, 2013, 11:50:33 PM
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Bit of an early xmas present I was able to port over devcoin src over to bitcoin 0.8.5 with fixes (i0coin latest) and managed to statically link in libcurl so no need for the dll either(sucked doing that btw).. now I need to test and create the qt wallet! How does the test net work?

would you please share some patch or the binary, so we could test it ?


Hey man,

It looks like the I0coin fork that rsnel did broke the testnet as Im getting errors identical to my devcoin build which was based off of his fork. Since his daemom is already in production im assuming his base is stable and working... so I have a daemom for you to test but whats the safest way to do this? The testnet wont work. It may just work ootb but it may not and I domt wanna mess up the network.
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December 15, 2013, 12:09:21 AM
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Hi everyone, I'm a big believer (and a large investor) in Devcoin and I would like to do what I can to help it succeed. I've seen a lot of complaints about the web site - I've been a professional web designer and technical writer for over 13 years now and I would be more than happy to work on the site free of charge.

Just wanted to check in with the community first in case someone is already working on it. If not, I would start by quickly taking the content that's there now and placing it into a much more visually appealing template. I'm a big fan of jQuery and Bootstrap so it wouldn't even take me a day to just start by taking what we have and making it look way better! After that I'd be happy to edit the copy and continue to build on the site in the future.

Just let me know if you are interested  Smiley
Hi. jasinlee maintains the site but I'm not sure about status, never any harm in offering to help. Although there's a lot of info on devtome, as you say it's devcoin.org that people hit upon first.

I'm not a web designer but also keen to keep things moving, so just to also put it out there I've pulled together info from devcoin.org, devtome, a video script and some of my own views on a devtome page that might offer ideas for template/page material: http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=devcoin_summary
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December 15, 2013, 12:15:14 AM
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Hypersire send me a and unthinkingbit a pm we may be able to put you to work.

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December 15, 2013, 12:55:13 AM
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Countdown clock - all it needs is a spreadsheet link, could probably just be added to smeagols dvc price site:
Using an old start point for calc: In A1 enter '12/05/2013  21:50:00' (date formatted, this is GMT for ref if want to be specific). In A2 enter current DVC Block. In A3 (also date formatted as above) type =A1+((120000-89150)/((A2-89150)/(NOW()-A1))). Right now that gives 31/12/2013 10:24 GMT

I can't run the daemon since I don't have a VPS, so if I did do it I would have to grab the data from somewhere else.

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December 15, 2013, 02:11:31 AM
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I have a question about rewards on devtome. Are shares only given to new text contributed?

For example, if I decide to contribute some fiction I've written, will I only be paid once for it? This is what I assume is the case, but I'm confused by the mention of the words popularity and what not - popularity would imply previous work having an impact on...future pay? If someone can explain to me how it works, or point me to a page that explains it better I'd very much appreciate it.
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December 15, 2013, 03:53:07 AM
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10 minutes per block, times 2186 remaining, equal 21860 minutes, divided by 60 = 364 hours, 20 minutes, divided by 24 equals about 15 days 3.5 hours.

So about 15 days 3.5 hours, and then payouts start, but the DVC will be paid out over multiple days.

A round countdown clock might be nice, if anyone could do that (ETA to end of round)

Sounds good, about 18 shares for that. Any objections?


I'd like to claim the bounty, if it's ok. though I think it's a not so hard task, maybe 10 or 12 shares are enough.

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December 15, 2013, 03:58:45 AM
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Bit of an early xmas present I was able to port over devcoin src over to bitcoin 0.8.5 with fixes (i0coin latest) and managed to statically link in libcurl so no need for the dll either(sucked doing that btw).. now I need to test and create the qt wallet! How does the test net work?

would you please share some patch or the binary, so we could test it ?


Hey man,

It looks like the I0coin fork that rsnel did broke the testnet as Im getting errors identical to my devcoin build which was based off of his fork. Since his daemom is already in production im assuming his base is stable and working... so I have a daemom for you to test but whats the safest way to do this? The testnet wont work. It may just work ootb but it may not and I domt wanna mess up the network.

We could just test it on the real network, if something error happens, the blocks or transactions will be rejected by the whole devcoin network. So I think it's safe to do it.

@Unthinkingbit, what's your opinion?

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December 15, 2013, 04:18:21 AM
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I'd like to claim the bounty, if it's ok.

Please post a link to it, and you'll get it if there are no objections to the bounty within 4 days.

To everyone, from now on, since we have more admins, if there are no objections within 2 days, that will be enough. If there is a bounty that is out of line, someone should object to it within a couple of days.

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though I think it's a not so hard task, maybe 10 or 12 shares are enough.

After Weisoq's post:

Countdown clock - all it needs is a spreadsheet link, could probably just be added to smeagols dvc price site:
Using an old start point for calc: In A1 enter '12/05/2013  21:50:00' (date formatted, this is GMT for ref if want to be specific). In A2 enter current DVC Block. In A3 (also date formatted as above) type =A1+((120000-89150)/((A2-89150)/(NOW()-A1))). Right now that gives 31/12/2013 10:24 GMT

I agree that it's not so hard, so I suggest 12 for the first person to accomplish it, and 6 for the second.

I can't run the daemon since I don't have a VPS, so if I did do it I would have to grab the data from somewhere else.

If you don't have a VPS you can scrape the vircurex page:
https://vircurex.com/

which lists the devcoin block number. Because the generation rate is almost constant, and you don't need an hourly update to the change date, scraping it once every three days would be sufficient.

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Bit of an early xmas present I was able to port over devcoin src over to bitcoin 0.8.5 with fixes (i0coin latest) and managed to statically link in libcurl so no need for the dll either(sucked doing that btw).. now I need to test and create the qt wallet! How does the test net work?
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We could just test it on the real network, if something error happens, the blocks or transactions will be rejected by the whole devcoin network. So I think it's safe to do it.

@Unthinkingbit, what's your opinion?


If the person is not mining with it, it should be completely safe. So please test it without mining on the real network.

To everyone,

I suggest that the first four people who test Sidhujag's client and make an informative post (at least 50 words) get devcoins. First would get four shares, then 3, then 2, and finally one. You do not have to succeed in running the client, if you post what you tried and what errors there were, that's enough. Any objections?

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December 15, 2013, 04:53:12 AM
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I'm in for testing the client.
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I'd like to claim the bounty, if it's ok.

Please post a link to it, and you'll get it if there are no objections to the bounty within 4 days.

To everyone, from now on, since we have more admins, if there are no objections within 2 days, that will be enough. If there is a bounty that is out of line, someone should object to it within a couple of days.

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though I think it's a not so hard task, maybe 10 or 12 shares are enough.

After Weisoq's post:

Countdown clock - all it needs is a spreadsheet link, could probably just be added to smeagols dvc price site:
Using an old start point for calc: In A1 enter '12/05/2013  21:50:00' (date formatted, this is GMT for ref if want to be specific). In A2 enter current DVC Block. In A3 (also date formatted as above) type =A1+((120000-89150)/((A2-89150)/(NOW()-A1))). Right now that gives 31/12/2013 10:24 GMT

I agree that it's not so hard, so I suggest 12 for the first person to accomplish it, and 6 for the second.

I can't run the daemon since I don't have a VPS, so if I did do it I would have to grab the data from somewhere else.

If you don't have a VPS you can scrape the vircurex page:
https://vircurex.com/

which lists the devcoin block number. Because the generation rate is almost constant, and you don't need an hourly update to the change date, scraping it once every three days would be sufficient.


I've done that, intergrated with my faucet page: http://faucet.d.evco.in/ you may find it on the header of the faucet.


Edit: incase of interest, here's the code, https://github.com/emfox/devcoin-faucet/commit/ea7ec0b3c1aa23e80de6441de37cc59955364892

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