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July 31, 2011, 06:44:52 AM
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Is there any way to take advantage that slush brings your
payout up to full within a few minutes of joining the pool?
Like:
Miner A mining for 3 hours
Miner B just joined 5 minutes ago
Block then ends
Both get roughly the same payout of .066BTC
This work in my favor quite a few times.
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Am pretty sure a new block can be id'd using LP like from BTC Guild.
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July 31, 2011, 07:44:15 AM
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Heads up I broke the delagger a couple of commits ago. You should probably update since I fixed it.

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July 31, 2011, 07:59:49 AM
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@c00w: As the pull from paraipanakos is basically from me: My code is public domain, I guess he/she/it sees it the same way.

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July 31, 2011, 08:11:05 AM
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Its merged, If you have a script to automatically build windows packages I can throw the packages on github or in the readme.

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July 31, 2011, 08:42:07 AM
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I'll publish them on a public Wuala folder most likely in 1-2 days latest, you can link that then

@c00w:
Please remove line 16 from database.py, it's not intended this way. It overwrites the whole stuff before.

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July 31, 2011, 09:48:33 AM
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Did anyone catch this?

From the UnitedMiners FAQ http://www.unitedminers.com:83/?action=faq

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How are payouts calculated?
We use the Pay Per Last N Shares method to calculate payouts when a round ends.

I think he sneaked that one in there while we weren't looking.  Angry
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July 31, 2011, 11:29:13 AM
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Team Hopper is now in the top rankings!

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#14   Team Hopper   Gold digger   2267 MH/s   2

Thx pbj!

how do i join the pool? seems like i just did my own pool when i changed minipool name.

https://organofcorti.triplemining.com/register

but I think you have to make a new account.

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July 31, 2011, 12:23:12 PM
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^ you bet

I keep getting "User timeout cause connection failure" with bitclockers but it doesn't seem to be affecting anything
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July 31, 2011, 12:32:59 PM
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If any one is interested I made an edit to the index.html so each pool name is a link to its corresponding web address. Makes it easier to visit a pool while reviewing pool stats. The links open in a new tab / window.

Just add the line "url: http://site-address-here.com" to the pool.cfg file for each pool and then change code in the index.html to the code below.

Code:
function getName(payload, srv) {
return "<a href='" + srv['url']  + "' target='_blank' style='text-decoration:underline;color:" + getColor(payload,srv) + ";'>" + srv['name'] + "</href>";
}

function getColor(payload, srv) {
if(payload['servers'][payload['current']]['name'] == srv['name']) {
return 'yellow';
}
if(srv['lag'] == true) {
return 'red';
}
return 'white';
}

I will make a pull req. for you if you want.
The code you released is public domain or you transfer copyright to c00w?

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July 31, 2011, 01:18:06 PM
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run with --debug like c00w said

xxx@yyy:~/bitHopper$ python bitHopper.py --debug

and post output here or in pastebin
[/quote]
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xxx@yyy:~/bitHopper$ python bitHopper.py --debug
[15:14:48] Updating Difficulty
[15:14:48] 1690895.8030524
[15:14:48] Updating NameCoin Difficulty
[15:14:49] 94037.96
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "bitHopper.py", line 227, in <module>
    bithopper_global = BitHopper()
  File "bitHopper.py", line 43, in __init__
    self.pool = pool.Pool(self)
  File "/home/xxx/bitHopper/pool.py", line 33, in __init__
    self.servers[pool]['default_role'] = self.servers[pool]['role']
KeyError: 'role'
------------------------------------
its always the same (and I have done the latest git pull...)
 Huh

edit:
now I have found that it musst have something wrong with my pool.cfg
with the original pool.cfg it's ok...
I will inspect it now...
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July 31, 2011, 01:33:51 PM
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run with --debug like c00w said

xxx@yyy:~/bitHopper$ python bitHopper.py --debug

and post output here or in pastebin

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xxx@yyy:~/bitHopper$ python bitHopper.py --debug
[15:14:48] Updating Difficulty
[15:14:48] 1690895.8030524
[15:14:48] Updating NameCoin Difficulty
[15:14:49] 94037.96
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "bitHopper.py", line 227, in <module>
    bithopper_global = BitHopper()
  File "bitHopper.py", line 43, in __init__
    self.pool = pool.Pool(self)
  File "/home/xxx/bitHopper/pool.py", line 33, in __init__
    self.servers[pool]['default_role'] = self.servers[pool]['role']
KeyError: 'role'
------------------------------------
its always the same (and I have done the latest git pull...)
 Huh

Something else that c00w said:
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Errors with role:
Um check you pool.cfg and make sure very pool has its role specified. Thats the error. Some pool doesn't have a role.

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July 31, 2011, 01:36:11 PM
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man you have a stubborn hopper there

paste output of this command:
Code:
aptitude show python-twisted

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July 31, 2011, 03:30:06 PM
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Is bitcoins.lc playing games again? - web site says 9,987,464 rounds,  json says 138,973, but bithopper says 126183 blocks!
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July 31, 2011, 03:30:54 PM
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Running the latest c00w hopper and I see that the "Exp" value is your current shares divided by difficulty.  Wouldn't it be better to do your current shares divided by the total shares of the pool instead?  That way at anytime you could glance to see how much your shares are really worth.

Would be awesome to have a total at the bottom as well where your "Total Expected:" earnings could be added.

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July 31, 2011, 03:32:00 PM
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Is bitcoins.lc playing games again? - web site says 9,987,464 rounds,  json says 138,973

Maybe, or they could just be delaying the update on the website.  They usually delay stats updates for 0-3600 seconds.  If it reaches 200-250k shares and the website doesn't update then there is probably trickery afoot.

Yea, there is trickery I think.  I remember the 126183 number from last time he started messing around.  Apparently he set the same number of shares this time.  Weird.  I disabled them for the moment.

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July 31, 2011, 03:52:51 PM
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Is bitcoins.lc playing games again? - web site says 9,987,464 rounds,  json says 138,973

Maybe, or they could just be delaying the update on the website.  They usually delay stats updates for 0-3600 seconds.  If it reaches 200-250k shares and the website doesn't update then there is probably trickery afoot.

Yea, there is trickery I think.  I remember the 126183 number from last time he started messing around.  Apparently he set the same number of shares this time.  Weird.  I disabled them for the moment.

I think he is fking around so hoppers would help with the longer round.


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July 31, 2011, 03:57:51 PM
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Did anyone catch this?

From the UnitedMiners FAQ http://www.unitedminers.com:83/?action=faq

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How are payouts calculated?
We use the Pay Per Last N Shares method to calculate payouts when a round ends.

I think he sneaked that one in there while we weren't looking.  Angry

Time to add on the fly payout type to web interface? Click -> PPLNS -> Ok
Save c00w from having to change code when pools pull this.

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July 31, 2011, 04:03:16 PM
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Looks like its afterall just the webpage stats that is fked at bitcoins.lc, just got paid for the long block and its still counting on the webpage.

I think the json is accurate and we are in a new block actually.

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July 31, 2011, 04:16:32 PM
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How are payouts calculated?
We use the Pay Per Last N Shares method to calculate payouts when a round ends.

well crap.. I wonder when they did that, cause I have zero coin there and I know I have mined there. I was on united miners before c00w added them officially to the hopper.

it sorta annoys me a bit, as I warned the guy that we were coming, cause his site claims all kinds of fault tolerance. He thanked me both in the forum and via email... but he couldnt tell us he was changing payment methods?



or did we hop without looking?I know i did, someone said they were good to hop so I added them.

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Testing PPLNS on the dev site Fri, 29 Jul 2011 02:06:17 +0000
I guess they just added it.. or will add it shortly

eh

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July 31, 2011, 04:19:12 PM
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Is bitcoins.lc playing games again? - web site says 9,987,464 rounds,  json says 138,973

Maybe, or they could just be delaying the update on the website.  They usually delay stats updates for 0-3600 seconds.  If it reaches 200-250k shares and the website doesn't update then there is probably trickery afoot.

Yea, there is trickery I think.  I remember the 126183 number from last time he started messing around.  Apparently he set the same number of shares this time.  Weird.  I disabled them for the moment.

I think he is fking around so hoppers would help with the longer round.



Ironically, if he didn't fk around he'd probably get mine_charity miners.
Seems to me the question of ethics is being turned around. Faking stats is now the unethical thing, hopping is just an alternative lifestyle.

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