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April 27, 2013, 03:53:09 AM
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I have a question.

I know the script runs at 89000, and we don't get paid for this round until something like 95000-99000... But I am wondering if the number of shares will be announced between then and then? And the value of shares.

First download the folder:
https://github.com/Unthinkingbit/charity

then open the file:
devtome_22.csv

and delete all the writer lines except yourself, so that it will run faster. Then in a terminal in that folder type:
python devtome.py -round 23

As it happens, because I was testing the script this week, there is the output from a run on April 24:
https://raw.github.com/Unthinkingbit/charity/master/devtome_23.csv

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April 27, 2013, 03:57:27 AM
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I have a question.

I know the script runs at 89000, and we don't get paid for this round until something like 95000-99000... But I am wondering if the number of shares will be announced between then and then? And the value of shares.

First download the folder:
https://github.com/Unthinkingbit/charity

then open the file:
devtome_22.csv

and delete all the writer lines except yourself, so that it will run faster. Then in a terminal in that folder type:
python devtome.py -round 23

As it happens, because I was testing the script this week, there is the output from a run on April 24:
https://raw.github.com/Unthinkingbit/charity/master/devtome_23.csv


Hell yeah, that's pretty fuckin sweet!! Smiley Smiley I'm SOOOO excited, and I promise Devcoin is going to benefit once I get paid Smiley

Will that link always be where to go to see the new shares? Or will it be uploaded to different pages?? Once I get a better compute I will download the things that you suggested, but for now I have a shitty laptop and pages like that would be my best bet.

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April 27, 2013, 04:10:05 AM
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Will that link always be where to go to see the new shares?

No, it's just there because I was testing the script this week. Someone else could make a periodic run, so that people could check how they're doing.

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April 27, 2013, 04:13:34 AM
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Will that link always be where to go to see the new shares?

No, it's just there because I was testing the script this week. Someone else could make a periodic run, so that people could check how they're doing.


Well, once I get a good computer, and our forums are up I will include a weekly or daily script run. I seriously have the shittiest computer in the world though.

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April 27, 2013, 04:14:08 AM
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I have a question.

I know the script runs at 89000, and we don't get paid for this round until something like 95000-99000... But I am wondering if the number of shares will be announced between then and then? And the value of shares.

First download the folder:
https://github.com/Unthinkingbit/charity

then open the file:
devtome_22.csv

and delete all the writer lines except yourself, so that it will run faster. Then in a terminal in that folder type:
python devtome.py -round 23

As it happens, because I was testing the script this week, there is the output from a run on April 24:
https://raw.github.com/Unthinkingbit/charity/master/devtome_23.csv

EDIT: Nevermind.

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April 27, 2013, 04:18:17 AM
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I'm going to make it a daily thing to run the script and post results here for everyone Smiley

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April 27, 2013, 04:21:47 AM
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As it happens, because I was testing the script this week, there is the output from a run on April 24:
https://raw.github.com/Unthinkingbit/charity/master/devtome_23.csv


If anyone is wondering how many Devcoins they will earn (as of April 24th), go to the link in the quote above. Find the LAST number in the row next to your name, and multiply it by 180,000,000...

EX:

if someone has 1 share, that is not close to 2,000 words (so very close to 1000 words) the last number will be 0.00277814672157
If you multiply 0.00277814672157 X 180,000,000 you get = 500,065.2

So as of April 24th, 1000ish words is worth 500,065.2 DVC

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April 27, 2013, 04:22:11 AM
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I'm going to make it a daily thing to run the script and post results here for everyone Smiley

Good idea.

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April 27, 2013, 04:29:00 AM
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So as of April 24th, 1000ish words is worth 500,065.2 DVC

Will this be the lowest payout ever???

The less people get paid, the more valuable they will be Smiley

And traffic is going to get CRAZIER soon Smiley

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April 27, 2013, 04:36:47 AM
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Just fyi for the guys who joined kinda recently. You should probably combine all your posts into a single post rather than multiple replies, you will probably tick some people off or have a mod deleting your posts.

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April 27, 2013, 04:37:31 AM
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Just fyi for the guys who joined kinda recently. You should probably combine all your posts into a single post rather than multiple replies, you will probably tick some people off or have a mod deleting your posts.

What do you mean?

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April 27, 2013, 04:37:53 AM
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First daily 4-26-13 run:

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FinShaggy,1mZW6zRuz5wRrCijYgEnJWcncBiqRyFPN,40-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:FinShaggy&do=edit)
FuzzyBear,18xskifRMWUtMzbHSzQi7rEWF5upmktgF2,5-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:FuzzyBear&do=edit)
Ibrennan,14TM5MS9J3TZF2ZmAW91kCxVUHxeWTtLji,1-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Ibrennan&do=edit)
Knotwork,121Pb2BBrU7C61vBdWCKVuFFmaEZr6xFAX,2-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Knotwork&do=edit)
Marticps,12UVr7jmrEitXQfzDPXAQ7etiVaa21p4iT,1-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Marticps&do=edit)
Metazilla,1NKNazRovzok7hTAsF6dXfuKi6RWT61hiC,6-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Metazilla&do=edit)
Mosinnagant,1MWgsbq9464j7RF8WFdJzV72ZKpCxceNfW,9-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Mosinnagant&do=edit)
Operaficionado,19FLaursDZbNyB7Fvj4wjKXYcX8GrZkkGr,8-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Operaficionado&do=edit)
Termhn,1GDrnVcQFG9GfKGnXNZwkiMMKszBPmPJXW,3-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Termhn&do=edit)
Weisoq,1Cy9e1Yuwboj63XRkMkT6W6YsGDtYDrsUp,1-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Weisoq&do=edit)

The word earnings were generated on 2013-04-26, and the total word counts follow below.

Collated Word Count: 55,376
Collated Weighted Word Count: 16,611
Images: 5
Original Word Count: 305,468
Total Word Count: 360,844
Total Weighted Word Count: 322,129

Code:
Name,Coin Address,Collated Word Count,Collated Weighted Word Count,Image Count,Original Word Count,Word Count,Weighted Word Count,Cumulative Payout,Proportion,Previous Cumulative Payout,Payout
Atruk,1x1yenCV3GxoiGPjpE1iykCH9kcmS8fsr,0,0,0,18674,18674,18674,19,0.0579705645875,19,0
Barnacle_Ed,1G2SGLjNvrhZPZfEeqnmFtK16mddroKArw,0,0,0,3363,3363,3363,3,0.0104399169277,3,0
CryptoAddicto,1DnUdPN8k4djtdBNTouQxEJd5DQqZMt5Z5,5361,1608,0,23697,29058,25305,25,0.0785554855353,25,0
FinShaggy,1mZW6zRuz5wRrCijYgEnJWcncBiqRyFPN,0,0,0,39560,39560,39560,40,0.122807943402,0,40
FuzzyBear,18xskifRMWUtMzbHSzQi7rEWF5upmktgF2,0,0,0,15072,15072,15072,15,0.0467887088713,10,5
IanBerble,1P6NSPXyGxPsetEE1qjWnvpPyZk3qnNboR,0,0,0,1078,1078,1078,1,0.00334648541423,1,0
Ibrennan,14TM5MS9J3TZF2ZmAW91kCxVUHxeWTtLji,0,0,0,1004,1004,1004,1,0.00311676378097,0,1
Jackjack,19QkqAza7BHFTuoz9N8UQkryP4E9jHo4N3,0,0,0,1095,1095,1095,1,0.00339925930295,1,0
Knotwork,121Pb2BBrU7C61vBdWCKVuFFmaEZr6xFAX,0,0,5,52415,52415,52465,52,0.162869533634,50,2
Kumala,1Fmz2cba6x2ZZqEdD4DyWPV6hYFuEGe2rW,0,0,0,2192,2192,2192,2,0.00680472729869,2,0
Marticps,12UVr7jmrEitXQfzDPXAQ7etiVaa21p4iT,1123,336,0,1050,2173,1386,1,0.00430262410401,0,1
Metazilla,1NKNazRovzok7hTAsF6dXfuKi6RWT61hiC,0,0,0,6265,6265,6265,6,0.0194487301671,0,6
Mosinnagant,1MWgsbq9464j7RF8WFdJzV72ZKpCxceNfW,0,0,0,10028,10028,10028,10,0.031130385653,1,9
Operaficionado,19FLaursDZbNyB7Fvj4wjKXYcX8GrZkkGr,0,0,0,9136,9136,9136,9,0.0283613086683,1,8
Pepegom,1DHAQVz32aMV85AazVHEz8ryeYAArV5pTc,0,0,0,1273,1273,1273,1,0.00395183296133,1,0
Termhn,1GDrnVcQFG9GfKGnXNZwkiMMKszBPmPJXW,781,234,0,3232,4013,3466,3,0.0107596646064,0,3
Tosku,1QEMKqsW3y7EgEefSoCR5DLvUvH4xs5zdJ,0,0,0,1290,1290,1290,1,0.00400460685005,1,0
Unthinkingbit,17vec4jQGCzMEsTnivizHPaowE715tu2CB,48111,14433,0,113936,162047,128369,128,0.39850184243,129,0
Weisoq,1Cy9e1Yuwboj63XRkMkT6W6YsGDtYDrsUp,0,0,0,1108,1108,1108,1,0.00343961580609,0,1
,Totals,Collated Word Count,Collated Weighted Word Count,Image Count,Original Word Count,Word Count,Weighted Word Count,Cumulative Payout,Proportion,Previous Cumulative Payout,Payout
,,55376,16611,5,305468,360844,322129,319,1.0,244,76
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April 27, 2013, 04:42:30 AM
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First daily 4-26-13 run:

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FinShaggy,1mZW6zRuz5wRrCijYgEnJWcncBiqRyFPN,40-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:FinShaggy&do=edit)
FuzzyBear,18xskifRMWUtMzbHSzQi7rEWF5upmktgF2,5-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:FuzzyBear&do=edit)
Ibrennan,14TM5MS9J3TZF2ZmAW91kCxVUHxeWTtLji,1-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Ibrennan&do=edit)
Knotwork,121Pb2BBrU7C61vBdWCKVuFFmaEZr6xFAX,2-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Knotwork&do=edit)
Marticps,12UVr7jmrEitXQfzDPXAQ7etiVaa21p4iT,1-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Marticps&do=edit)
Metazilla,1NKNazRovzok7hTAsF6dXfuKi6RWT61hiC,6-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Metazilla&do=edit)
Mosinnagant,1MWgsbq9464j7RF8WFdJzV72ZKpCxceNfW,9-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Mosinnagant&do=edit)
Operaficionado,19FLaursDZbNyB7Fvj4wjKXYcX8GrZkkGr,8-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Operaficionado&do=edit)
Termhn,1GDrnVcQFG9GfKGnXNZwkiMMKszBPmPJXW,3-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Termhn&do=edit)
Weisoq,1Cy9e1Yuwboj63XRkMkT6W6YsGDtYDrsUp,1-Word Count(http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=wiki:user:Weisoq&do=edit)

The word earnings were generated on 2013-04-26, and the total word counts follow below.

Collated Word Count: 55,376
Collated Weighted Word Count: 16,611
Images: 5
Original Word Count: 305,468
Total Word Count: 360,844
Total Weighted Word Count: 322,129

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Name,Coin Address,Collated Word Count,Collated Weighted Word Count,Image Count,Original Word Count,Word Count,Weighted Word Count,Cumulative Payout,Proportion,Previous Cumulative Payout,Payout
Atruk,1x1yenCV3GxoiGPjpE1iykCH9kcmS8fsr,0,0,0,18674,18674,18674,19,0.0579705645875,19,0
Barnacle_Ed,1G2SGLjNvrhZPZfEeqnmFtK16mddroKArw,0,0,0,3363,3363,3363,3,0.0104399169277,3,0
CryptoAddicto,1DnUdPN8k4djtdBNTouQxEJd5DQqZMt5Z5,5361,1608,0,23697,29058,25305,25,0.0785554855353,25,0
FinShaggy,1mZW6zRuz5wRrCijYgEnJWcncBiqRyFPN,0,0,0,39560,39560,39560,40,0.122807943402,0,40
FuzzyBear,18xskifRMWUtMzbHSzQi7rEWF5upmktgF2,0,0,0,15072,15072,15072,15,0.0467887088713,10,5
IanBerble,1P6NSPXyGxPsetEE1qjWnvpPyZk3qnNboR,0,0,0,1078,1078,1078,1,0.00334648541423,1,0
Ibrennan,14TM5MS9J3TZF2ZmAW91kCxVUHxeWTtLji,0,0,0,1004,1004,1004,1,0.00311676378097,0,1
Jackjack,19QkqAza7BHFTuoz9N8UQkryP4E9jHo4N3,0,0,0,1095,1095,1095,1,0.00339925930295,1,0
Knotwork,121Pb2BBrU7C61vBdWCKVuFFmaEZr6xFAX,0,0,5,52415,52415,52465,52,0.162869533634,50,2
Kumala,1Fmz2cba6x2ZZqEdD4DyWPV6hYFuEGe2rW,0,0,0,2192,2192,2192,2,0.00680472729869,2,0
Marticps,12UVr7jmrEitXQfzDPXAQ7etiVaa21p4iT,1123,336,0,1050,2173,1386,1,0.00430262410401,0,1
Metazilla,1NKNazRovzok7hTAsF6dXfuKi6RWT61hiC,0,0,0,6265,6265,6265,6,0.0194487301671,0,6
Mosinnagant,1MWgsbq9464j7RF8WFdJzV72ZKpCxceNfW,0,0,0,10028,10028,10028,10,0.031130385653,1,9
Operaficionado,19FLaursDZbNyB7Fvj4wjKXYcX8GrZkkGr,0,0,0,9136,9136,9136,9,0.0283613086683,1,8
Pepegom,1DHAQVz32aMV85AazVHEz8ryeYAArV5pTc,0,0,0,1273,1273,1273,1,0.00395183296133,1,0
Termhn,1GDrnVcQFG9GfKGnXNZwkiMMKszBPmPJXW,781,234,0,3232,4013,3466,3,0.0107596646064,0,3
Tosku,1QEMKqsW3y7EgEefSoCR5DLvUvH4xs5zdJ,0,0,0,1290,1290,1290,1,0.00400460685005,1,0
Unthinkingbit,17vec4jQGCzMEsTnivizHPaowE715tu2CB,48111,14433,0,113936,162047,128369,128,0.39850184243,129,0
Weisoq,1Cy9e1Yuwboj63XRkMkT6W6YsGDtYDrsUp,0,0,0,1108,1108,1108,1,0.00343961580609,0,1
,Totals,Collated Word Count,Collated Weighted Word Count,Image Count,Original Word Count,Word Count,Weighted Word Count,Cumulative Payout,Proportion,Previous Cumulative Payout,Payout
,,55376,16611,5,305468,360844,322129,319,1.0,244,76
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,2013-04-26

If this is 4-26, then shares have gone up in value to somewhere around 600,000 DVC since the 24th.

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April 27, 2013, 04:43:45 AM
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Ran it just a couple minutes ago Grin

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April 27, 2013, 04:46:48 AM
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Ran it just a couple minutes ago Grin

Nice. Somehow I have 3 less shares on the more current run, but also 1,000,000 extra DVC. So, works out Cheesy

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April 27, 2013, 04:48:56 AM
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As of block 89000 we 'lock in' our shares right?

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Here is the really cool part, you can use bitcoin offline wallets for devcoin. They use the same addresses/private keys. So you can send dvc to a btc address. Then recover them with the private key of that wallet on a devcoin client later.

Attention, this function does not work properly, when you try to import a private key to devcoind from bitcoind you end up with an import error!

Could be because bitcoin now supports compressed keys by default and devcoin does not have support for them.


We have a standing bounty to bring dvc to 0.8.1?

Hello, could anyone confirm that, or is there already a plan doing that?

I just don't want to waste time digging into all the holy huge bitcoind code there...

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April 27, 2013, 05:17:42 AM
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I do not recall any specific bounty.

Basically so far I have tended to get around to doing some work on DeVCoin code now and again because I am on the list of recipients of "is a developer of free open source software" DeVCoins so I have to work on free open source software at least ten hours a week or some such figure to stay on that list, so the DeVCoin code has been one of the items of free open source software I have put some of my time into.

Basically when I am not busy working on some other item of free open source software I turn to doing some work on the DeVCoin code.

I also tend to batch things up, since once I update the merged mining patches to apply to newer bitcoin code all the merged mined coins all can then start being updated since all of them can start off from the same "bitcoin with only the merged mining patches applied" code. So I tend to go through all the merged mined coins, or a bunch of them anyway, once I have a new "bitcoin with only the merged mining patches applied" version to work from.

I started this some time back, it is why my devcoind and devcoin-qt repos on github are named old-devcoind and old-devcoin-qt, I took a new copy of bitcoin, applied the merged mined patches, and started to make a generic new coin that would basically give me the absolute minimal patch needed to change one coin into another if nothing other than the name was to change. But then something happened I guess, maybe big new changes to bitcoin or something so that I figured lets wait for that to settle before proceeding.

So I think so far it had kind of been assumed that among all the people who have devcoin itself as one of the items of free open source software that they work on, someone would eventually get around to working on it.

I do not know how many people have vague/floating definitions of what exact free open source project they work on though. Most people who work on Open Transactions, for example, likely are on the recipients list specifically because of that.

So I might currently be the only person on the list who doesn't necessarily have one specific project that justifies them being on the list. I do work on Open Transactions to an extent, but also on a bunch of altcoins from time to time and on Galactic Milieu stuff and so on. I like it that way because it means I don't have to keep dropping off the list and going back on the list from month to month depending on whether some one particular project actually comes up with enough work for me in any given month.

Others' mileage may vary. Smiley

-MarkM-

EDIT: Ten hours a week working on free open source code might seem like a heck of a lot of work just to earn the same share that writing just 1000 words in devtome gets but bear in mind it was intended more as a freebie given to people who already anyway do that much work - lifestyle free open source coders basically - than as any kind of real actual pay intended to motivate people to do the work. Smiley

I spend too much time on such things, I keep on not taking time away from it to earn far more lucrative pay putting my writings into the devtome!



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So I might currently be the only person on the list who doesn't necessarily have one specific project that justifies them being on the list. I do work on Open Transactions to an extent, but also on a bunch of altcoins from time to time and on Galactic Milieu stuff and so on. I like it that way because it means I don't have to keep dropping off the list and going back on the list from month to month depending on whether some one particular project actually comes up with enough work for me in any given month.

Others' mileage may vary. Smiley

-MarkM-

EDIT: Ten hours a week working on free open source code might seem like a heck of a lot of work just to earn the same share that writing just 1000 words in devtome gets but bear in mind it was intended more as a freebie given to people who already anyway do that much work - lifestyle free open source coders basically - than as any kind of real actual pay intended to motivate people to do the work. Smiley

I spend too much time on such things, I keep on not taking time away from it to earn far more lucrative pay putting my writings into the devtome!


Hmmm.. I think I am going to try and get on the list as a floater also... I may not always do 10 hours a week, but when I do work on something it is  far more then that so it should average out easily.

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April 27, 2013, 05:44:01 AM
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ok.. everything has just been updated...   mostly to fix an issue discovered that would effect those silly people that run a program by double clicking instead of from the command line.


So


devcoin-win32.7a  https://www.box.com/s/mbpf9os0fhhg1tzuce1u

devcoin_osx.zip https://www.box.com/s/h26atelim2ylqjrmorbf

and for those feeling brave.

devcoin-win32-exp.7z https://www.box.com/s/tyyqloma3tf8xldfvcog

More of an experimental version based on a bit newer version of the bitcoin code, that has encrypted wallet support as someone on irc was complaining about lacking this last night. Exp,  Experimental,  back up your unencrypted wallets first if you turn on encryption.






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