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April 27, 2014, 09:53:10 AM
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Fixed.
Cool, although still seems to be stalling on a past date.
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April 27, 2014, 05:27:17 PM
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If you dont want to do that another thing that needs to be done is the build scripts that allow the node to be built across the platforms on the cloud. We can fund the hosting and base it per
build (when code changes) again bitcoin already has this but our makefiles need to be all working then we can do the same thing.

What exactly do you need the build scripts modified to do?

I would like devcoin to be built the same way as bitcoin. If it uses cloud then it probably downloads all the dependencies and makes everything.. im not sure exactly what the
bitcoin build system is like but it does make all the different platforms as now we have seperate admins responsible for the builds it would be ideal if we can automate this process.

Oh god, you want to use autotools.

Its essentially the start of a real release process which we dont have: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/blob/master/doc/release-process.md


Using the gitian builder procedure is like this https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/blob/master/doc/gitian-building.md scripts are already in btc src directory.
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April 28, 2014, 12:12:55 PM
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If you dont want to do that another thing that needs to be done is the build scripts that allow the node to be built across the platforms on the cloud. We can fund the hosting and base it per
build (when code changes) again bitcoin already has this but our makefiles need to be all working then we can do the same thing.

What exactly do you need the build scripts modified to do?

I would like devcoin to be built the same way as bitcoin. If it uses cloud then it probably downloads all the dependencies and makes everything.. im not sure exactly what the
bitcoin build system is like but it does make all the different platforms as now we have seperate admins responsible for the builds it would be ideal if we can automate this process.

Oh god, you want to use autotools.

Its essentially the start of a real release process which we dont have: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/blob/master/doc/release-process.md


Using the gitian builder procedure is like this https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/blob/master/doc/gitian-building.md scripts are already in btc src directory.

I like the autotools when I'm building a project, but as a developer, I hate them. I tried to learn it several times, the documentation SUUUUUCKS.

Me too. but truely, If we want to follow bitcoin, we should consider using autotools, that bitcoin has already did in 0.8.6 (or may be 0.8.7?)

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April 28, 2014, 07:34:27 PM
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I have the program open for an hour and no connections are made
How dead can a coin be
last update on the program freaking aug 2013 no changes no news
so how can you say it has a future if clearly hardly anybody takes it serious
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April 28, 2014, 08:49:47 PM
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I have the program open for an hour and no connections are made
How dead can a coin be
last update on the program freaking aug 2013 no changes no news
so how can you say it has a future if clearly hardly anybody takes it serious


checkout devcoinauctions.com... dead? sure lol... There is a new wallet being tested right now. Maybe you are using a different client, where did you download from?
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April 28, 2014, 08:51:48 PM
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If you dont want to do that another thing that needs to be done is the build scripts that allow the node to be built across the platforms on the cloud. We can fund the hosting and base it per
build (when code changes) again bitcoin already has this but our makefiles need to be all working then we can do the same thing.

What exactly do you need the build scripts modified to do?

I would like devcoin to be built the same way as bitcoin. If it uses cloud then it probably downloads all the dependencies and makes everything.. im not sure exactly what the
bitcoin build system is like but it does make all the different platforms as now we have seperate admins responsible for the builds it would be ideal if we can automate this process.

Oh god, you want to use autotools.

Its essentially the start of a real release process which we dont have: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/blob/master/doc/release-process.md


Using the gitian builder procedure is like this https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/blob/master/doc/gitian-building.md scripts are already in btc src directory.

I like the autotools when I'm building a project, but as a developer, I hate them. I tried to learn it several times, the documentation SUUUUUCKS.

It is alot better than when I was writing the new client... and its the reason why I didn't bother because overly complicated and not documented. But it is getting better now and doable based on the docs I read anyway.

Just the MacOSX will have to be built on something other than debian.
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April 28, 2014, 10:12:30 PM
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It is getting a bit confusing with the changes of the Devcoin thread.  Hope that the trolls will leave us alone.

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April 28, 2014, 11:47:32 PM
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It is getting a bit confusing with the changes of the Devcoin thread.  Hope that the trolls will leave us alone.

We are now on coinzen.org... it has a troll detector Smiley
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May 01, 2014, 07:09:19 AM
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May 02, 2014, 01:21:08 AM
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Hey guys, RapidBalls now has a jackpot of 202235 DVC, along with the chance to win 5000x your bet! Jackpot is still growing but nobody has taken it yet.

Hey Ranlo, I never knew who runs RapidBalls but I want to say thanks now I do...I won 10,000 DVC back in February.... I am a total skeptic about any site offering prizes/freebies (sorry) but when I won I nearly fell of my chair

Nice site Smiley


I don't run RapidBalls, :p. I just like to help support the sites that support DVC. Past that, I have no affiliation with it.

Glad to hear you won though!
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May 03, 2014, 03:08:55 PM
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I have seen that DVC is still missing from mintpal.com

Let's vote to bring it onto this exchange, it's already at 23rd place:

https://www.mintpal.com/voting


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May 03, 2014, 09:52:49 PM
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May 06, 2014, 01:21:47 AM
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Hey guys, RapidBalls now has a jackpot of 202235 DVC, along with the chance to win 5000x your bet! Jackpot is still growing but nobody has taken it yet.

Hey Ranlo, I never knew who runs RapidBalls but I want to say thanks now I do...I won 10,000 DVC back in February.... I am a total skeptic about any site offering prizes/freebies (sorry) but when I won I nearly fell of my chair

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May 06, 2014, 01:00:08 PM
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DVC hasn't been this low since nov 2013.

Maybe a very good time to buy some.

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May 07, 2014, 06:58:45 AM
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How could devcoin keep the miners get only 10% of the coins?In another way, how it implements?if someone else may change the file's data or change the client so that he can cheat the system. Which part of the source code is responsible for it.Can it prevent the miners cheat the developers,like change some docs in the source code or client? thank you very much for helping me
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May 07, 2014, 08:31:57 AM
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How could devcoin keep the miners get only 10% of the coins?In another way, how it implements?if someone else may change the file's data or change the client so that he can cheat the system. Which part of the source code is responsible for it.Can it prevent the miners cheat the developers,like change some docs in the source code or client? thank you very much for helping me

The process of Devcoin mining calls up a receiver file that contains all contributors wallet addresses in it each time a block is solved. The receiver files mix the addresses in a random order, and there are 9 locations that host the files, ensuring integrity and duplicity of results. Neither the miners nor the individuals who will be receiving can change anything, it is coded into the protocol and would require major work and group consensus to change. It is reliable and trustless, and is a primary innovation of Devcoin.

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How could devcoin keep the miners get only 10% of the coins?In another way, how it implements?if someone else may change the file's data or change the client so that he can cheat the system. Which part of the source code is responsible for it.Can it prevent the miners cheat the developers,like change some docs in the source code or client? thank you very much for helping me

The process of Devcoin mining calls up a receiver file that contains all contributors wallet addresses in it each time a block is solved. The receiver files mix the addresses in a random order, and there are 9 locations that host the files, ensuring integrity and duplicity of results. Neither the miners nor the individuals who will be receiving can change anything, it is coded into the protocol and would require major work and group consensus to change. It is reliable and trustless, and is a primary innovation of Devcoin.

sorry , I'm really not  understand  what you say that "there are 9 locations that host the files",could you please explain it easier to understand it?I am a newbie to the devcoin system, why you don't remove all the address in the file so that you won't to send some to others or you can try to get the 9 locations to cheat the system ?Do you mean that the 9 locations  are like the  verification of identity to the blocks or the miners?  and in that case you can get all what you get. Looking forward to your reply ,thank you very much
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May 10, 2014, 08:55:52 AM
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