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May 13, 2013, 06:17:59 PM
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Made a little button. It's a work in progress, but this is what I have so far.

Thanks for the button, you get the 2/5 of a share award:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34586.msg1450786#msg1450786

In round 24:
https://raw.github.com/Unthinkingbit/charity/master/bounty_24.csv

When you finish your button, I'll upload it to the devcoin gallery. There are now three 1/5 of a share awards for buttons.

Oh cool, thanks a bunch, I didn't realize there were any bounties left for it. I'll definitely finish it up after I write my psychology final essay.

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May 13, 2013, 06:22:19 PM
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Just to double-check out of paranoia: The shares from round 22 should be paid out soon, correct? I have yet to see any delicious coins in my wallet, but I assume they will be sent before the end of May?



Also, Balthozar's logo reminds me of the old TV show Reboot for some reason.

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May 13, 2013, 06:23:36 PM
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Also, Balthozar's logo reminds me of the old TV show Reboot for some reason.

LOL. I remember that show!

ALSO;



I pasted the round 23 results on the daily script run page of devtome.com. It can be found here:

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May 13, 2013, 06:45:23 PM
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Just to double-check out of paranoia: The shares from round 22 should be paid out soon, correct? I have yet to see any delicious coins in my wallet, but I assume they will be sent before the end of May?
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Shares from round 22 have already been sent out, people started receiving them about a week ago. Is your devcoin address from your computer or from devda?

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May 13, 2013, 07:44:09 PM
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Just to double-check out of paranoia: The shares from round 22 should be paid out soon, correct? I have yet to see any delicious coins in my wallet, but I assume they will be sent before the end of May?
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Shares from round 22 have already been sent out, people started receiving them about a week ago. Is your devcoin address from your computer or from devda?


The address is from devda. Is that a problem?

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May 13, 2013, 07:56:21 PM
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Just to double-check out of paranoia: The shares from round 22 should be paid out soon, correct? I have yet to see any delicious coins in my wallet, but I assume they will be sent before the end of May?
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Shares from round 22 have already been sent out, people started receiving them about a week ago. Is your devcoin address from your computer or from devda?


The address is from devda. Is that a problem?

Devda has been having issues with mined shares.

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May 13, 2013, 09:15:52 PM
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The address is from devda. Is that a problem?

Yes. It turns out that Devda can not account for generation shares. Please install devcoin on your computer:
http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=how_to_get_setup_earning_devcoins_by_writing#get_wallet_here

then send me a devcoin address from your computer so that I can update your round 23 files. Do this as soon as possible because I will make the round 23 receiver files by Thursday.

Then, ask Icoin to send you a wallet.dat file for your address:
1G2SGLjNvrhZPZfEeqnmFtK16mddroKArw

and then either import the key from there into your devcoin installation, or go into another workspace, install another instance of devcoin and copy the wallet there, so that you can access your round 22 coins.

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May 13, 2013, 09:44:10 PM
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The address is from devda. Is that a problem?

Yes. It turns out that Devda can not account for generation shares. Please install devcoin on your computer:
http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=how_to_get_setup_earning_devcoins_by_writing#get_wallet_here

then send me a devcoin address from your computer so that I can update your round 23 files. Do this as soon as possible because I will make the round 23 receiver files by Thursday.

Then, ask Icoin to send you a wallet.dat file for your address:
1G2SGLjNvrhZPZfEeqnmFtK16mddroKArw

and then either import the key from there into your devcoin installation, or go into another workspace, install another instance of devcoin and copy the wallet there, so that you can access your round 22 coins.


Everyone who is using a devda.ch address in round 22 for generation shares, change it like unthinkingbit suggest please, the devda.ch wallet will after round 22 be replaced by a new one.

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May 13, 2013, 11:37:35 PM
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Ah, duly noted...


Will download the client and set up a proper address once I get home from the office. Was not aware of the issue on devda Sad

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May 14, 2013, 02:10:57 AM
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Thanks.

It's not a regular exchange as we know, instead, it's a anonymous exchange gateway. that is, one do not need to set up any account or password, he just provide an address (devcoin's or ripple's), sending or receiving DVCs or IOUs. We won't deal any of these password things Smiley

All the password, or security concerns ripple's account security, besides my gateway server security.

I retitled the award, Exchange Gateway:
https://raw.github.com/Unthinkingbit/charity/master/bounty_23.csv

it's still four shares, and doesn't take away from the stand alone exchange bounty.

I suggest a second place award of two shares for the next person to make an exchange gateway, any objections?

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May 14, 2013, 02:30:30 AM
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It's not a regular exchange as we know, instead, it's a anonymous exchange gateway. that is, one do not need to set up any account or password, he just provide an address (devcoin's or ripple's), sending or receiving DVCs or IOUs. We won't deal any of these password things Smiley

All the password, or security concerns ripple's account security, besides my gateway server security.

I retitled the award, Exchange Gateway:
https://raw.github.com/Unthinkingbit/charity/master/bounty_23.csv

it's still four shares, and doesn't take away from the stand alone exchange bounty.

I suggest a second place award of two shares for the next person to make an exchange gateway, any objections?


I agree, this seems a good solution, concerning a ripple gateway is very different from traditional standalone exchange.

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May 14, 2013, 04:01:53 AM
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May 14, 2013, 07:30:53 AM
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I have a question for the pros on here.

once a person receives their coins on their laptop at home let's say (BTW, has everyone or any received their coins from round 23 yet, I'm asking cause I have not but my laptop wasn't plugged in all day constantly, and also, how many shares and coins do you get for that last number in the last column in your row?  Say you had a number of 10 in that farthest right column in the row with your name, what share and what amount of actual devcoin are you looking at getting, and how do you know all of your submitted work was included since I turned one big one at 5:55pm which was very late and could have easily missed the deadline) is there any way to transfer your wallet to something like a flash card or a USB stick for safekeeping?  I'm worried about hackers.  I had every coin I bought, which weren't many as I'm not currently employed, sitting in vircurex when it got hacked a few days ago and since they're in Poland and probably with very shallow pockets I doubt you can sue them and recoup anything.  So I'd rather store my coins on a cold drive, preferably a cold USB drive.  Thanks in advance.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

One final thing, since I'm not currently employed and I believe in this thing so much and my first choice was Namecoin (after bitcoin blew up and was too late) but my second favorite was and still is devcoin, and now [devcoin] is my number 1 choice since namecoin has already made millionaires out of any early comer.  In my opinion it's only a matter of time, a ticking timebomb before the rest of the digital coins blow up - there will simply not be enough supply to go around for the demand that will be created overnight.

That said, some of you developers, artists, writers, etc may use the devcoin coins you earn as regular income and dump them as soon as you get them but I plan to sell not a single coin.  I firmly and wholeheartedly believe in this thing and it should go much much higher once America really knows what's going on (For an explanation and my theory read my article on devtome titled:  The Coming Cyrpto [currency] Revolution), this should get much bigger and much sooner than anyone expects, even myself and I'm a real optimist about this entire new market and industry so collect and hold on to all the coins you get, don't sell any of them if you can get by any other way. 

That said, can any long timers or admnisitrators here tell me what's the best path to becoming an admin, since I do have spare time right now, and then what the required time is expected to be to focus on questions, issues, etc on a daily basis.  I really want to be a part of this and like the janitors early on at MSFT who insisted they be paid in shares instead of cash I too would have no problem getting my paychecks in Devcoins.  thanks again every one.


Good luck to everyone!

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May 14, 2013, 07:39:13 AM
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one final question (again).

In the distribution matrix toward the end columns there's a proportion number.  mine was .07343338, I made up the last few decimal places cause they don't really matter.  Point is I had only .07 while others had much higher proportion numbers.  what is this for and how does one raise their proportion numbers?  I work really hard writing this stuff and now trying to do some designing which sometimes keeps me up entire nights, and I wanna make sure I everything possible to increase my odds to do the best I can.

Once again thanks for the knowledge, brohims.  take care.

regards,

Paul

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May 14, 2013, 07:40:59 AM
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Love the idea of Devcoin, the Feathercoin community wishes you continued success.

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May 14, 2013, 09:11:44 AM
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one final question (again).

In the distribution matrix toward the end columns there's a proportion number.  mine was .07343338, I made up the last few decimal places cause they don't really matter.  Point is I had only .07 while others had much higher proportion numbers.  what is this for and how does one raise their proportion numbers?  I work really hard writing this stuff and now trying to do some designing which sometimes keeps me up entire nights, and I wanna make sure I everything possible to increase my odds to do the best I can.

Once again thanks for the knowledge, brohims.  take care.

regards,

Paul
Not a pro but I'll try answering with what I understand. Round 23 disbursements will start around block 92000 (maybe 92150 I guess as final marker for round 23 was 89150 rather than 89000) i.e. 3k blocks after the cut off point, around 6th June at current rate. This means that currently (block 89344) it is round 22 earnings that are being distributed with every new block, not round 23.

If you had a '10' as the last number in the devtome script that refers to a  word count of ~10k (I don't know about rounding), so you should be able to check on whether work was submitted in time by comparing that number (and the specific 'weighted word count' number) with how many words you think you've done).

The 0.734.... number you refer to. AFAIK this refers to the proportion of the total you will receive. (in your case = 180m x 0.734, although that doesn;t equate with '10' so assume at least one is a hypothetical). I'm with you in not fully understanding the issue of 'shares', such as for new writing, marketing i.e. how to calculate ahead of time what the receiver_23 file will apportion per share. It would be an approximation but I think it amounts to calculating how many distribution lines there are, and simply dividing the 180m total by that number, but I don't know what csv file gives that info. If that's the case I also guess it is possible to approximate a share with reference to the devtome earnings and historical proportions between writing earnings and other (such as development/admin etc) but the rounds vary so it would only be an approximation.

On your general points, I quite agree it's a great concept although I wouldn't expect huge windfalls. In fact that's the appeal of devcoin to me, sustainability rather than a binary prayer. I'm sure someone will be along to clarify things on shares etc.

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May 14, 2013, 02:37:59 PM
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Thanks.

It's not a regular exchange as we know, instead, it's a anonymous exchange gateway. that is, one do not need to set up any account or password, he just provide an address (devcoin's or ripple's), sending or receiving DVCs or IOUs. We won't deal any of these password things Smiley

All the password, or security concerns ripple's account security, besides my gateway server security.

I retitled the award, Exchange Gateway:
https://raw.github.com/Unthinkingbit/charity/master/bounty_23.csv

it's still four shares, and doesn't take away from the stand alone exchange bounty.

I suggest a second place award of two shares for the next person to make an exchange gateway, any objections?


I like this idea and fully support it!

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May 14, 2013, 02:52:01 PM
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DVC will soon be traded on MCXnow.com  Grin
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Hey this is great news - good to see more exchanges supporting the ONLY crypto on unique mission to support all kinds of goodness in the world Grin

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May 14, 2013, 06:23:45 PM
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What about bter are they goying to adopt it or still thinking about it?

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May 14, 2013, 07:38:59 PM
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I'm not in the list Unthinkingbit posted earlier whereas I wrote 1095 words.
I should be in it, or am I misunderstanding something?

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