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February 08, 2014, 03:05:50 AM
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Hey, me again. I'm confused, I noticed someone put some of my articles in my assigned categories but I still haven't been contacted re payment or added to the list. Is this list not being regularly updated and where can I see my ''review'' score?

http://dvccountdown.blisteringdevelopers.com/devtome

I understand that there is a backlog as most of my newer articles have yet to be categorized but doesn't this process go hand in hand with article reviews?

Hey bitfxtrader, I like your articles.

Anyway, dvccountdown uses sessions to track your last searched name, so if you link the bare address it'll only show what other people were looking at previously.

http://dvccountdown.blisteringdevelopers.com/devtome/31/hunterbunter

If you put the round and your username in the url like above, you can link it so others can see.

To answer your question, the review score should show up there - like mine is 80.48 according to the "Rating Median" if you scroll to the right. If it hasn't shown up yet then I think that means you just haven't been rated yet, and you'll get a default median that pays in the middle (ie 1.0 multiplier). I could be wrong, but that's what I got the first round.

The scripts aren't run until after deadline and the newest ratings are added etc, so no one knows what they're getting paid (concerning the multipliers) until after that point.

Thanks, glad someone is reading them haha Smiley

I tried searching myself and nothing came up so I guess noone has put me on the list yet.
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February 08, 2014, 03:20:48 AM
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I'm not objecting but is it better if we have an hashpower criteria, e.g. if the pool hash reach 20g, then it's ok for the 24 shares bounty. So not every pool who has deploy the same code can apply this bounty.

The reason for the bounty is to see if Sidhujag's Daemon makes devcoin blocks that the old clients accept. We just need a single block for that. If it does, then we can make Sidhujag's the official client and archive the old one.

You really think its half the amount of work to test a pool than it is to develop the source? So does this mean he would have to dive into the source to figure out whats wrong if that os the case? Seems most of the hard work is in the code since that would be the problem and not the setup of a generic p2pool.

I agree with you, and I'll split the bounty with you if we can figure this out together, and the pool manages to get a raw devcoin block. Whatever amount you think is fair. It may not even be a problem with the source at all, and just a problem with my server, which another pool might not have. The server seemed to have been working fine up until I announced it yesterday, and then my isp replaced faulty ram and it died a horrible death in many ways. Everything got back up except devcoind, which didn't have a problem up until then. It's probably not a source problem, but I need source advice to try and identify a potential problem with my server. Either way, if you can help me fix it, everyone wins.

On a side note, I do also agree with emfox's suggestion that the devcoin wallet/daemon developers need to be well taken care of. Our whole network runs off it! One could easily spend 40 hours a week on something like the source and make it awesome + features.

Seems it throws a fit when creating a block? Doesntthis get called when doenloading blocks from the chain? whats the difference. Is it the transaction stuff tht happens after checkblock is called?

Seems there is an issue in the creation of a new block... Hmm how would i debug this one?

Good thing is it is consistent.. so the p2ppool is sending the command right away amd I can put a bunch of console output statements to see what is going on.. I can add these to github ill tell you when to rebuild.

I'm not sure if it's when it tries to create a block, it looks like it's failing when it's trying to check the transactions. There might be something incompatible with what p2pool thinks its asking and what devcoind is expecting. Have you (or anyone else) made any changes to the transaction code after the fork?

What looks like is happening is the daemon starts up fine, gets the new blocks fine, and then as soon as p2pool throws what I linked above at it (merged getauxblock), it refuses connections until it terminates. We need to figure out what's causing this:
Code:
ERROR: CTransaction::CheckTransaction() : txout.nValue negative
ERROR: CheckBlock() : CheckTransaction failed

whenever p2pool tries to getauxblock on it. (and more specifically:  p2pool.util.jsonrpc.NarrowError: -1 CreateNewBlock() : ConnectBlock failed) source for p2pool is https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool/
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February 08, 2014, 03:22:18 AM
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Thanks, glad someone is reading them haha Smiley

I tried searching myself and nothing came up so I guess noone has put me on the list yet.

What's your devtome username again?
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February 08, 2014, 03:28:24 AM
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I'm not objecting but is it better if we have an hashpower criteria, e.g. if the pool hash reach 20g, then it's ok for the 24 shares bounty. So not every pool who has deploy the same code can apply this bounty.

The reason for the bounty is to see if Sidhujag's Daemon makes devcoin blocks that the old clients accept. We just need a single block for that. If it does, then we can make Sidhujag's the official client and archive the old one.

You really think its half the amount of work to test a pool than it is to develop the source? So does this mean he would have to dive into the source to figure out whats wrong if that os the case? Seems most of the hard work is in the code since that would be the problem and not the setup of a generic p2pool.

I agree with you, and I'll split the bounty with you if we can figure this out together, and the pool manages to get a raw devcoin block. Whatever amount you think is fair. It may not even be a problem with the source at all, and just a problem with my server, which another pool might not have. The server seemed to have been working fine up until I announced it yesterday, and then my isp replaced faulty ram and it died a horrible death in many ways. Everything got back up except devcoind, which didn't have a problem up until then. It's probably not a source problem, but I need source advice to try and identify a potential problem with my server. Either way, if you can help me fix it, everyone wins.

On a side note, I do also agree with emfox's suggestion that the devcoin wallet/daemon developers need to be well taken care of. Our whole network runs off it! One could easily spend 40 hours a week on something like the source and make it awesome + features.

Seems it throws a fit when creating a block? Doesntthis get called when doenloading blocks from the chain? whats the difference. Is it the transaction stuff tht happens after checkblock is called?

Seems there is an issue in the creation of a new block... Hmm how would i debug this one?

Good thing is it is consistent.. so the p2ppool is sending the command right away amd I can put a bunch of console output statements to see what is going on.. I can add these to github ill tell you when to rebuild.

I'm not sure if it's when it tries to create a block, it looks like it's failing when it's trying to check the transactions. There might be something incompatible with what p2pool thinks its asking and what devcoind is expecting. Have you (or anyone else) made any changes to the transaction code after the fork?

What looks like is happening is the daemon starts up fine, gets the new blocks fine, and then as soon as p2pool throws what I linked above at it (merged getauxblock), it refuses connections until it terminates. We need to figure out what's causing this:
Code:
ERROR: CTransaction::CheckTransaction() : txout.nValue negative
ERROR: CheckBlock() : CheckTransaction failed

whenever p2pool tries to getauxblock on it.

I made fee changes that may have broke it.. maybe its a good idea to work backwards from the first stable release like 1.0.3 or whatenot looking at history.
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February 08, 2014, 03:33:09 AM
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You really think its half the amount of work to test a pool than it is to develop the source? So does this mean he would have to dive into the source to figure out whats wrong if that os the case? Seems most of the hard work is in the code since that would be the problem and not the setup of a generic p2pool.

It is less than half the work. If blocks can be mined with your code you will also get the pledges. Given that the shares this month will be less than 130,000, the pledges of at least 6 million are worth at least 46 additional shares, in total probably around a hundred. So 24 would be about a quarter of that.

I think I'd like to propose bounty of 12 shares every round for sidhujag, after his wallet made official and as long as he continuously maintain it.

Would that not fall under the share for being a full time Open Source developer? Assuming there were shares given out for the original development? Please don't consider this a vote pro or con... just a question.

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February 08, 2014, 03:41:53 AM
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Thanks, glad someone is reading them haha Smiley

I tried searching myself and nothing came up so I guess noone has put me on the list yet.

It's too late to get into round 32, you'll go into round 33. We need about a week to approve new writers, each writer is checked by three people.

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February 08, 2014, 04:49:32 AM
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I made fee changes that may have broke it.. maybe its a good idea to work backwards from the first stable release like 1.0.3 or whatenot looking at history.

Ok I'm a bit git nooby, this is what I'm doing to get a previous version:

git checkout 016bd1e7f8c289b05158e8005a69ff33bb262573 (whichever branch I want to use)
cd ~/devcoin/src && make -f makefile.unix

that then compiles what I think is the branch version, whose executable I can use to run. Is this the correct way to do it?
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February 08, 2014, 04:56:36 AM
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Thanks for the excellent pool, finally we have such a pool that pays out devcoins!

I immediately switched my 3G hash/s miner to your pool and everything seems fine with cgminer. then I goto your page at blisterpool.com, and try to register with my bitcoin and devcoin address, but it shows a message "VALIDATION_ERROR: 'module' object has no attribute 'Validate'". something wrong with the page? or should I do something more? Also, I see the "Stats" Column writing "Coming Soon", I think it should be implemented first, 'cause people don't like throw their hash power into a pool which cannot observe the mining status instantly Smiley

Hey again, I saw your miner hop back on when the pool was back up...did you find the pool stats page at the top? (http://blisterpool.com/stats ) That shows how much is going through by bitcoin address if you scroll down. It's just a basic open-source front end for the p2pool, not very fancy, but I still have to dive into the p2pool data to figure out how it's actually storing stuff so I can give better stats and figure out the bonus payouts etc.

Also, I noticed you got a p2pool share this morning, yay! It means I have something to work with for the bonus payout scripts.


while I can see the share in 'payout' page, but cannot find in the 'last blocks', what's the problem? or did I missing something?

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February 08, 2014, 05:02:41 AM
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Also, I noticed you got a p2pool share this morning, yay! It means I have something to work with for the bonus payout scripts.

while I can see the share in 'payout' page, but cannot find in the 'last blocks', what's the problem? or did I missing something?

Ah it was there earlier, I had to restart the pool to detach devcoin merging, and I think it must have wiped the two blocks p2pool found from local memory, so they're not on the local list any more - they'd still be on the p2pool network.

EDIT: hmm just had a look myself, couldn't find it...hmm...I wonder if it got bumped.

EDIT: If the payment doesn't arrive and you should have received it, worry not, I'll cover it until I know the server's working properly (and I get the devcoind thing sorted out)
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February 08, 2014, 05:08:35 AM
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I made fee changes that may have broke it.. maybe its a good idea to work backwards from the first stable release like 1.0.3 or whatenot looking at history.

Ok I'm a bit git nooby, this is what I'm doing to get a previous version:

git checkout 016bd1e7f8c289b05158e8005a69ff33bb262573 (whichever branch I want to use)
cd ~/devcoin/src && make -f makefile.unix

that then compiles what I think is the branch version, whose executable I can use to run. Is this the correct way to do it?

I think so, Im new to git I use HG at work and used SVN before that. but its pretty easy I use the windows client and it shows nicely the latest changes and diffs in a GUI and I can go rollback to any version.... and using the online github you can get the checkout id and go back just the way you describe.

When you do go back I would do a make -f makefile.unix clean and also get rid of the obj files in the src/obj folder... i dont think clean does it.

During my tests I set up a mining proxy and was able to call getauxblock in the node using the test in a box approach. I will try it again to see if it crashes this time.

On your end if you try on a few older versions, if it crashes the same way then its probably the port over to bitcoin 0.8.5 somewhere, or it could still be the server config since you said it was fine before... seems like when p2p connects it tries to talk and it crashes...

I had a similar issue when the android wallet would connect the node would crash and that was because it would try to deserialize a aux block that was null, and deferencing null crashes. So I added a null check there and then everything worked... but i was never sure why its getting null there, why would it try to pull up a block from the disk, deserialize it and find that the merged-mine section was null? Anyways I think beginning with commit 13cf0dd190e59b3ebf83f638872db6b2b9a5bc7f on jan 13 I tried to fix this issue, so maybe first try before this commit, I think it was stable on Dec 31. Before that we started to play with min fees and changed the dust fee definition.... so that might be an issue... before that we have initial implmentation.. so we have a few to try out and it would be interesting if as we go back that it works.
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February 08, 2014, 05:52:24 AM
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or it could still be the server config since you said it was fine before... seems like when p2p connects it tries to talk and it crashes...

I had a similar issue when the android wallet would connect the node would crash and that was because it would try to deserialize a aux block that was null, and deferencing null crashes. So I added a null check there and then everything worked... but i was never sure why its getting null there, why would it try to pull up a block from the disk, deserialize it and find that the merged-mine section was null? Anyways I think beginning with commit 13cf0dd190e59b3ebf83f638872db6b2b9a5bc7f on jan 13 I tried to fix this issue, so maybe first try before this commit, I think it was stable on Dec 31. Before that we started to play with min fees and changed the dust fee definition.... so that might be an issue... before that we have initial implmentation.. so we have a few to try out and it would be interesting if as we go back that it works.

Hmm it might be related to this.

I remember something about what I was doing yesterday - I had actually set the user as Devcoinrpc and the pool was trying to log in as devcoinrpc...devcoind may not have been crashing initially because p2pool wasn't even connecting. I changed it when I started looking at the p2pool logs, and noticed it was saying "Authorization failure" every time it tried to access devcoind. That may actually have been when it started terminating process, so I'm thinking it's less likely server problem atm.

I'm going back to initial 0.8.5 and trying that now

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February 08, 2014, 07:26:28 AM
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or it could still be the server config since you said it was fine before... seems like when p2p connects it tries to talk and it crashes...

I had a similar issue when the android wallet would connect the node would crash and that was because it would try to deserialize a aux block that was null, and deferencing null crashes. So I added a null check there and then everything worked... but i was never sure why its getting null there, why would it try to pull up a block from the disk, deserialize it and find that the merged-mine section was null? Anyways I think beginning with commit 13cf0dd190e59b3ebf83f638872db6b2b9a5bc7f on jan 13 I tried to fix this issue, so maybe first try before this commit, I think it was stable on Dec 31. Before that we started to play with min fees and changed the dust fee definition.... so that might be an issue... before that we have initial implmentation.. so we have a few to try out and it would be interesting if as we go back that it works.

Hmm it might be related to this.

I remember something about what I was doing yesterday - I had actually set the user as Devcoinrpc and the pool was trying to log in as devcoinrpc...devcoind may not have been crashing initially because p2pool wasn't even connecting. I changed it when I started looking at the p2pool logs, and noticed it was saying "Authorization failure" every time it tried to access devcoind. That may actually have been when it started terminating process, so I'm thinking it's less likely server problem atm.

I'm going back to initial 0.8.5 and trying that now



The old version is like 0.3.x new one is 0.8.5.. good idea though.. see if it haooens in old one.

Also its a good idea to cooy the data dir so you can recopy it over when you change versions.
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February 08, 2014, 10:11:49 AM
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The old version is like 0.3.x new one is 0.8.5.. good idea though.. see if it haooens in old one.

Also its a good idea to cooy the data dir so you can recopy it over when you change versions.

ok so https://github.com/sidhujag/devcoin/commit/e646ca6740862d6d5914d83b7e69bf31f95c25dc the initial 0.8.5 commit seems to be working ok. The daemon loaded (after a little compile coaxing), got all the blocks up to date, and p2pool seems to have stopped complaining that devcoind isn't playing with him.

Moving up the commit list now.

As a side note, from this point onwards: https://github.com/sidhujag/devcoin/commit/36d595726636255a55c62780a671386c0cc7c505 (Updated unix makefile to match mingw)

make -f makefile.unix clean always gives the following result:
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make -f makefile.unix clean
rm -f devcoind test_Devcoin
rm -f obj/*.o
rm -f obj-test/*.o
rm -f obj/*.P
rm -f obj-test/*.P
rm -f obj/build.h
cd leveldb && make clean && cd ..
/bin/sh: 1: ./build_detect_platform: Permission denied
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/amit/devcoin/src/leveldb'
Makefile:18: build_config.mk: No such file or directory
make[1]: *** No rule to make target `build_config.mk'.  Stop.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/amit/devcoin/src/leveldb'
make: [clean] Error 2 (ignored)
cd curl && make clean && cd ..
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/amit/devcoin/src/curl'
Making clean in lib
make[2]: Entering directory `/home/amit/devcoin/src/curl/lib'
.deps/libcurl_la-amigaos.Plo:1: *** multiple target patterns.  Stop.
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/amit/devcoin/src/curl/lib'
make[1]: *** [clean-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/amit/devcoin/src/curl'
make: [clean] Error 2 (ignored)

so far I've mostly just been ignoring it, but I just discovered it was working without errors before this commit. Previous commit to the one above:

Code:
rm -f Devcoind test_Devcoin
rm -f obj/*.o
rm -f obj-test/*.o
rm -f obj/*.P
rm -f obj-test/*.P
rm -f obj/build.h
cd leveldb && make clean || true
/bin/sh: 1: ./build_detect_platform: Permission denied
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/amit/devcoin/src/leveldb'
Makefile:18: build_config.mk: No such file or directory
make[1]: *** No rule to make target `build_config.mk'.  Stop.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/amit/devcoin/src/leveldb'

I don't know if that's actually important though.

Possibly more important, possibly not, while compiling the dec23 commit I noticed this warning:

Code:
main.cpp: In member function âbool CBlock::ConnectBlock(CValidationState&, CBlockIndex*, CCoinsViewCache&, bool)â:
main.cpp:1770:46: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions [-Wsign-compare]
main.cpp: In function âCBlockTemplate* CreateNewBlock(CReserveKey&)â:
main.cpp:4372:45: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions [-Wsign-compare]

I've seen that in the newest one too, could p2pool be sending one kind and the daemon expecting the other? The error from devcoind was "ERROR: CTransaction::CheckTransaction() : txout.nValue negative", so could there be a buffer overflowing somewhere? Did you declare any ints which needed to be unsigned by any chance?

EDIT:

hmm, pretty much everything I try compiling after that point is giving me a weird problem (until the most latest builds). The devcoind that's produced is...not there. I mean it compiles and puts a file there, but when I try to run it (as root or user, and no matter where its placed), it just says "bash: ./devcoind: No such file or directory"...
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February 08, 2014, 01:56:43 PM
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Is there on devtome a howto add merged mining capability for sha256D bitcoin clones?



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Thanks, glad someone is reading them haha Smiley

I tried searching myself and nothing came up so I guess noone has put me on the list yet.

It's too late to get into round 32, you'll go into round 33. We need about a week to approve new writers, each writer is checked by three people.

Are you sure? I got in as a writer 2 weeks ago but only started posting more actively in the past week. I assumed that as long as I post my stuff by the deadline I'll be ok so I just wrote my articles in word and I planned to upload them in batches to save on time.

@ hunterbunter my username is the same as my forum handle. Here is my page:

http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:bit-fxtrader
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February 08, 2014, 03:31:44 PM
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Price of 1 million devcoins to fiat is dropping, from $500 to $400!

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February 08, 2014, 03:47:17 PM
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Thanks for the excellent pool, finally we have such a pool that pays out devcoins!

I immediately switched my 3G hash/s miner to your pool and everything seems fine with cgminer. then I goto your page at blisterpool.com, and try to register with my bitcoin and devcoin address, but it shows a message "VALIDATION_ERROR: 'module' object has no attribute 'Validate'". something wrong with the page? or should I do something more? Also, I see the "Stats" Column writing "Coming Soon", I think it should be implemented first, 'cause people don't like throw their hash power into a pool which cannot observe the mining status instantly Smiley

Hey again, I saw your miner hop back on when the pool was back up...did you find the pool stats page at the top? (http://blisterpool.com/stats ) That shows how much is going through by bitcoin address if you scroll down. It's just a basic open-source front end for the p2pool, not very fancy, but I still have to dive into the p2pool data to figure out how it's actually storing stuff so I can give better stats and figure out the bonus payouts etc.

Also, I noticed you got a p2pool share this morning, yay! It means I have something to work with for the bonus payout scripts.

Ok!
Looks like I'm finally mining, I tried up since yesterday and finally I'm mining with the 139jTYFSBed77zXwtZMtVSrMgyYBXF8Fxr Address, the pool is nice looking and I love the way it looks, the part I really liked is you can put your BTC adress as username, one thing I recommend to improve is an optional e-mail when you register yourself to obtain pool related news and announcements.
The 1% fee looks fair to me, and the graphical design is far superior from the standard merged pools, I liked you are mining merged coins with BTC, but I suggest you make them visible, like you say: "We are mining NMC, IXC..."
I think at first you should distribute randomly some DVC (given by community) to the miners to attract them to the pool.

Awesome, I can see you in the database, but the server stats don't seem to be registering any hash from your address (http://blisterpool.com/stats - click graph and scroll down to miners). Emfox's address got a share / payout so I know that's working ok (yay). I've got my miner on there on the 17ep6P address but it's only an old 6990 so not very much power; it's on the graphs too.

That's a good idea with the email list, I'll add that too.

I thought it might have been a bit confusing listing all the merge mined coins on the front page, because those are mostly what I'm using to produce the devcoins. I do have them listed here: http://www.blisterpool.com/BP/method but do you still think I should put them on the front page? Thanks for your feedback btw Smiley. My OCD is wondering where your hashes are going, though, was it you that had the block erupter? I wonder if it needs special settings.

Is there a way to see all ratings, by user?  It seems tedious to go through every rating page.

I agree this would be useful...I'll see if I can whip up something on dvccountdown.
My miner was doing weird things, I'm finally mining correctly =)
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February 08, 2014, 04:05:19 PM
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My miner was doing weird things, I'm finally mining correctly =)

Ah awesome, I see you now Smiley
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February 08, 2014, 04:45:12 PM
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Those of you using the pool should see the first devcoin payments out...they're not much atm, but they should grow once we get more shares/haspower/blocks etc. I think I might just put a minimum dvc pool of 1000 payout a day or something from tomorrow, because it's a bit sad sending someone 0.05 dvc and paying 1 dvc fee...

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February 08, 2014, 04:55:29 PM
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Please review this list of current and active bounties, and verify that your information is correct.  Thank you!

Therefore, I suggest a bounty of 40 shares for a professional-looking devcoin payment processor (admins can vote on this), and an additional 15 12 shares for each store or business that starts using the the processor, with a 2/5 share bonus for the person who coded the processor for each store and a 5 2 share bonus for the person who persuaded the business to start using the devcoin payment processor.

If there are no objections today, the bounty will go into effect.

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I've set up a p2pool at blisterpool.com:9332. With something like cgminer you can connect to: ./cgminer blisterpool.com:9332 -u <bitcoin address> -p x -any other settings
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Please try this pool out, the first person who mines at this pool and makes a post of at least 50 words will get 4 shares. The second 3 shares, the third 2 shares, and the last 1 share.

This bounty is active.


Awesome, here it is            1BZrrPVnQibm9M357dATtTokUYP1vaosgU

Would it be possible to test it out with a small payment? First time devcoin user here and haven't been yet contacted by an admin re payment.

I put it into the business_bounty_32.csv file.  As long as the address is on your computer, you should be okay.  Also, since you're a new writer, you should have received a test payment of a few DVC.

Please verify that this is correct: Bitfx-trader,1BZrrPVnQibm9M357dATtTokUYP1vaosgU,6-Investment Business Plan(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=233997.msg4983583#msg4983583)

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I've include a section that let's let's people make money off of the projects created through the bounty engine if they originally invested in it. I think it's a cool additions to the whole project.

http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=devcoin_bounty_engine
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Thanks a lot! Here is my address:

16DV7iL8wVyozq973rj2qA3Zw4r7mvnAKc

I've entered it into the system.  Please verify that this is your correct devtome username and address:

Jdlrexy,16DV7iL8wVyozq973rj2qA3Zw4r7mvnAKc,6-Investment Business Plan(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=233997.msg4980155#msg4980155)

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Hello all, we are still looking for someone to represent Devcoin and speak at our Convention. If you would like to, please pm me or email, alex@cryptocurrencyconvention.com. Thank you!

I'd like to propose something like the MiniMetalMaker "bounty".  If you speak at the convention, all travel expenses will be paid for (provided they are under $1500 - this can be changed), and you will also get admission to the convention paid for, through devcoin.  Whoever writes a speech and presentation (powerpoint, prezi, etc.) about devcoin, for the speaker, in turn gets 4 shares.   (the two people can be the same)

If there are no objections in two days, this bounty will go into effect.

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The problem is with the devcoind daemon, or at least between the daemon and the server. I'm not sure if I've somehow inadvertently blocked access to the network for the devcoin daemon or what, but the other daemons don't seem to be having any issues so I've done something specifically to this.

The P2Pool is running fine with the other merged mine coins (at least they seem to be, but we haven't found any blocks yet).
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I suggest a 24 share bounty to the pool which mines the first devcoin block with Sidhujag's daemon. Any objections?

This bounty will go into effect in three days.


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