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January 29, 2020, 05:26:06 PM
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January 29, 2020, 09:36:24 PM
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Hi, DVC admins! I want to start off by apologizing for my absence. Over the past couple years I've gone through major life changes and my health has deteriorated significantly. Mixed with DVC as a whole having been a bit stagnant at the time, I continued what I could but didn't really see much going on regarding my jobs (Inspector Factotum, for example, I had been doing, but there wasn't a lot of writing). I want to say that I appreciate you all keeping the project alive and rebooting what we all spent so much time and effort on in the past!

I'm finally getting to a point where my health is at least normalized (though still fairly bad), but I would be happy to rejoin as an administrator in the future when I'm to a point where I feel my contributions would warrant holding a position.

Thank you all again!
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January 29, 2020, 09:58:10 PM
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Ignorance values - stay tuned.

Soon? 

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January 30, 2020, 11:08:54 PM
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Hi, DVC admins! I want to start off by apologizing for my absence. Over the past couple years I've gone through major life changes and my health has deteriorated significantly. Mixed with DVC as a whole having been a bit stagnant at the time, I continued what I could but didn't really see much going on regarding my jobs (Inspector Factotum, for example, I had been doing, but there wasn't a lot of writing). I want to say that I appreciate you all keeping the project alive and rebooting what we all spent so much time and effort on in the past!

I'm finally getting to a point where my health is at least normalized (though still fairly bad), but I would be happy to rejoin as an administrator in the future when I'm to a point where I feel my contributions would warrant holding a position.

Thank you all again!

Nice to hear that things are turning around for you, ranlo. Your input will always be welcome when you feel ready.

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January 31, 2020, 04:01:20 AM
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Hi, DVC admins! I want to start off by apologizing for my absence. Over the past couple years I've gone through major life changes and my health has deteriorated significantly. Mixed with DVC as a whole having been a bit stagnant at the time, I continued what I could but didn't really see much going on regarding my jobs (Inspector Factotum, for example, I had been doing, but there wasn't a lot of writing). I want to say that I appreciate you all keeping the project alive and rebooting what we all spent so much time and effort on in the past!

I'm finally getting to a point where my health is at least normalized (though still fairly bad), but I would be happy to rejoin as an administrator in the future when I'm to a point where I feel my contributions would warrant holding a position.

Thank you all again!

I almost died from health issues 3 years ago. Your contributions are always appreciated. Welcome back.

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January 31, 2020, 07:52:04 AM
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Hi, DVC admins! I want to start off by apologizing for my absence. Over the past couple years I've gone through major life changes and my health has deteriorated significantly. Mixed with DVC as a whole having been a bit stagnant at the time, I continued what I could but didn't really see much going on regarding my jobs (Inspector Factotum, for example, I had been doing, but there wasn't a lot of writing). I want to say that I appreciate you all keeping the project alive and rebooting what we all spent so much time and effort on in the past!

I'm finally getting to a point where my health is at least normalized (though still fairly bad), but I would be happy to rejoin as an administrator in the future when I'm to a point where I feel my contributions would warrant holding a position.

Thank you all again!

I almost died from health issues 3 years ago. Your contributions are always appreciated. Welcome back.

Why don’t you go write a book about it or something?   Grin

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January 31, 2020, 05:04:44 PM
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Hey everybody,

I have to inform that round 102 started with the already known fallback reduction, which happens when file custodians aren't in sync. This time we have learned something knew, as soon as the custodians are in sync, the network goes back to normal, producing 50k new Devcoins per block. The fallback reduction started on block 408000 and stopped on block 408322, so we have 322 blocks with the penalty.

What was the cause?

In the first place I found that one custodian synced too late, again. For the safety of the network, we need a new file custodian to take over. In the second place, two file custodians were affected by a miss-configuration in the DNS, which forced redirection to HTTPS, this is a known bug that has been fixed already and is included in the latest release of Devcoin core. It is very well known that the world is deprecating HTTP, so we are now forced to upgrade our nodes to the latest release, or at least patch them with the HTTPS fix. More info here: https://github.com/devcoin/core/issues/77 At the time of writting, 20% of the network is running Devcoin 0.8.6

Let's make round 103 pass smooth!

Go go Devcoin!

- develCuy

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January 31, 2020, 10:06:34 PM
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Happy birthday, Vitalik MarkM! =)

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February 01, 2020, 02:28:00 AM
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Hey everybody,

I have to inform that round 102 started with the already known fallback reduction, which happens when file custodians aren't in sync. This time we have learned something knew, as soon as the custodians are in sync, the network goes back to normal, producing 50k new Devcoins per block. The fallback reduction started on block 408000 and stopped on block 408322, so we have 322 blocks with the penalty.

What was the cause?

In the first place I found that one custodian synced too late, again. For the safety of the network, we need a new file custodian to take over. In the second place, two file custodians were affected by a miss-configuration in the DNS, which forced redirection to HTTPS, this is a known bug that has been fixed already and is included in the latest release of Devcoin core. It is very well known that the world is deprecating HTTP, so we are now forced to upgrade our nodes to the latest release, or at least patch them with the HTTPS fix. More info here: https://github.com/devcoin/core/issues/77 At the time of writting, 20% of the network is running Devcoin 0.8.6

Let's make round 103 pass smooth!

Go go Devcoin!

- develCuy

If I can get pings each month for the new files I can ensure that they're uploaded to my mirror within 24h of a PM going forward (usually much faster, within minutes, but just in case I'm asleep and have to take off immediately after I wake up or whatever).
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February 04, 2020, 10:46:23 AM
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Hey everybody,

I have to inform that round 102 started with the already known fallback reduction, which happens when file custodians aren't in sync. This time we have learned something knew, as soon as the custodians are in sync, the network goes back to normal, producing 50k new Devcoins per block. The fallback reduction started on block 408000 and stopped on block 408322, so we have 322 blocks with the penalty.

What was the cause?

In the first place I found that one custodian synced too late, again. For the safety of the network, we need a new file custodian to take over. In the second place, two file custodians were affected by a miss-configuration in the DNS, which forced redirection to HTTPS, this is a known bug that has been fixed already and is included in the latest release of Devcoin core. It is very well known that the world is deprecating HTTP, so we are now forced to upgrade our nodes to the latest release, or at least patch them with the HTTPS fix. More info here: https://github.com/devcoin/core/issues/77 At the time of writting, 20% of the network is running Devcoin 0.8.6

Let's make round 103 pass smooth!

Go go Devcoin!

- develCuy

Had a PM basically blaming me for this and asking me to step down my role as custodian so I may be kicked from the community... been a fun and enjoyable 8 years and sorry to see it end like this for a file that took me just over a week to upload. If it that crucial then need MORE custodians to help not less. some very backwards thinking going on and I can suddenly see why ctya was having issues. I will stop everything immediately if I do leave as there is no point when the fun has stopped.

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February 05, 2020, 02:15:56 AM
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Hey everybody,

I have to inform that round 102 started with the already known fallback reduction, which happens when file custodians aren't in sync. This time we have learned something knew, as soon as the custodians are in sync, the network goes back to normal, producing 50k new Devcoins per block. The fallback reduction started on block 408000 and stopped on block 408322, so we have 322 blocks with the penalty.

What was the cause?

In the first place I found that one custodian synced too late, again. For the safety of the network, we need a new file custodian to take over. In the second place, two file custodians were affected by a miss-configuration in the DNS, which forced redirection to HTTPS, this is a known bug that has been fixed already and is included in the latest release of Devcoin core. It is very well known that the world is deprecating HTTP, so we are now forced to upgrade our nodes to the latest release, or at least patch them with the HTTPS fix. More info here: https://github.com/devcoin/core/issues/77 At the time of writting, 20% of the network is running Devcoin 0.8.6

Let's make round 103 pass smooth!

Go go Devcoin!

- develCuy

Had a PM basically blaming me for this and asking me to step down my role as custodian so I may be kicked from the community... been a fun and enjoyable 8 years and sorry to see it end like this for a file that took me just over a week to upload. If it that crucial then need MORE custodians to help not less. some very backwards thinking going on and I can suddenly see why ctya was having issues. I will stop everything immediately if I do leave as there is no point when the fun has stopped.

Fuzzybear

I missed this event but I really hope this isn't the case. You've been a major part of DVC for a long time while we worked together. I believe I was also removed as file custodian but I had stopped uploading files when I stopped getting messages, Sad.
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February 15, 2020, 02:24:50 AM
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Hey everybody,

I have to inform that round 102 started with the already known fallback reduction, which happens when file custodians aren't in sync. This time we have learned something knew, as soon as the custodians are in sync, the network goes back to normal, producing 50k new Devcoins per block. The fallback reduction started on block 408000 and stopped on block 408322, so we have 322 blocks with the penalty.

What was the cause?

In the first place I found that one custodian synced too late, again. For the safety of the network, we need a new file custodian to take over. In the second place, two file custodians were affected by a miss-configuration in the DNS, which forced redirection to HTTPS, this is a known bug that has been fixed already and is included in the latest release of Devcoin core. It is very well known that the world is deprecating HTTP, so we are now forced to upgrade our nodes to the latest release, or at least patch them with the HTTPS fix. More info here: https://github.com/devcoin/core/issues/77 At the time of writting, 20% of the network is running Devcoin 0.8.6

Let's make round 103 pass smooth!

Go go Devcoin!

- develCuy

Had a PM basically blaming me for this and asking me to step down my role as custodian so I may be kicked from the community... been a fun and enjoyable 8 years and sorry to see it end like this for a file that took me just over a week to upload. If it that crucial then need MORE custodians to help not less. some very backwards thinking going on and I can suddenly see why ctya was having issues. I will stop everything immediately if I do leave as there is no point when the fun has stopped.

Fuzzybear

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Just making that clear. Also FuzzyBear, I support you. Your efforts are very appreciated here Smiley

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February 15, 2020, 02:31:37 AM
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Hi, DVC admins! I want to start off by apologizing for my absence. Over the past couple years I've gone through major life changes and my health has deteriorated significantly. Mixed with DVC as a whole having been a bit stagnant at the time, I continued what I could but didn't really see much going on regarding my jobs (Inspector Factotum, for example, I had been doing, but there wasn't a lot of writing). I want to say that I appreciate you all keeping the project alive and rebooting what we all spent so much time and effort on in the past!

I'm finally getting to a point where my health is at least normalized (though still fairly bad), but I would be happy to rejoin as an administrator in the future when I'm to a point where I feel my contributions would warrant holding a position.

Thank you all again!

I almost died from health issues 3 years ago. Your contributions are always appreciated. Welcome back.

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February 17, 2020, 02:27:44 PM
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Had a PM basically blaming me for this and asking me to step down my role as custodian so I may be kicked from the community... been a fun and enjoyable 8 years and sorry to see it end like this for a file that took me just over a week to upload. If it that crucial then need MORE custodians to help not less. some very backwards thinking going on and I can suddenly see why ctya was having issues. I will stop everything immediately if I do leave as there is no point when the fun has stopped.

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That's ludicrous but sums up 'community' progress.
Cheers for the efforts Fuzzy, and for sticking with it way longer than I had patience for.
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February 17, 2020, 06:43:57 PM
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You have my permission as Caesar by Latin rite to make DeVCoin go to the moon.

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February 17, 2020, 06:47:39 PM
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You have my permission as Caesar by Latin rite to make DeVCoin go to the moon.

Ave Dan!
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February 23, 2020, 09:47:49 PM
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Had a PM basically blaming me for this and asking me to step down my role as custodian so I may be kicked from the community... been a fun and enjoyable 8 years and sorry to see it end like this for a file that took me just over a week to upload. If it that crucial then need MORE custodians to help not less. some very backwards thinking going on and I can suddenly see why ctya was having issues. I will stop everything immediately if I do leave as there is no point when the fun has stopped.

Fuzzybear
That's ludicrous but sums up 'community' progress.
Cheers for the efforts Fuzzy, and for sticking with it way longer than I had patience for.

Yeah, I'll be honest, with everything I had going on during the reviving process I just couldn't balance it. My life was going up and down ridiculously like a roller coaster and I wasn't able to properly commit to what needed to be done as part of the administration team. I partially hold myself responsible for not being there when everything was being organized because I could have possibly made a difference. That said, I am following the current progress and am hopeful to see what we spent so much time and effort on come back to life in a new and improved way.
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February 24, 2020, 12:36:57 AM
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I am following the current progress and am hopeful to see what we spent so much time and effort on come back to life in a new and improved way.

Not sure if you have heard that Justin Sun of TRON fame has purchased Steemit Inc., their web portal and stake (21%-ish). This could make things interesting with #DevSTEEM.

Here's a link to his introduction posting:

https://steemit.com/steem/@justinsunsteemit/excited-about-tron-and-steem-steemit-collaboration

Glad things have settled down for you, ranlo.

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February 24, 2020, 05:40:13 PM
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Yeah, I'll be honest, with everything I had going on during the reviving process I just couldn't balance it. My life was going up and down ridiculously like a roller coaster and I wasn't able to properly commit to what needed to be done as part of the administration team. I partially hold myself responsible for not being there when everything was being organized because I could have possibly made a difference. That said, I am following the current progress and am hopeful to see what we spent so much time and effort on come back to life in a new and improved way.
That wasn't directed at you, and you shouldn't hold yourself responsible at all.
Sorry to hear things have been tough. Take care
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I am following the current progress and am hopeful to see what we spent so much time and effort on come back to life in a new and improved way.

Not sure if you have heard that Justin Sun of TRON fame has purchased Steemit Inc., their web portal and stake (21%-ish). This could make things interesting with #DevSTEEM.

Here's a link to his introduction posting:

https://steemit.com/steem/@justinsunsteemit/excited-about-tron-and-steem-steemit-collaboration

Glad things have settled down for you, ranlo.

- Nova

Thanks!

Yeah, I'll be honest, with everything I had going on during the reviving process I just couldn't balance it. My life was going up and down ridiculously like a roller coaster and I wasn't able to properly commit to what needed to be done as part of the administration team. I partially hold myself responsible for not being there when everything was being organized because I could have possibly made a difference. That said, I am following the current progress and am hopeful to see what we spent so much time and effort on come back to life in a new and improved way.
That wasn't directed at you, and you shouldn't hold yourself responsible at all.
Sorry to hear things have been tough. Take care

Maybe not directly but had I been around more I probably could have helped get things back on track. And thanks!
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