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September 05, 2011, 02:30:23 PM
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SolidCoin, open source https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=41345.0

No bad PR, yet.   Actual community assistance.

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September 05, 2011, 04:14:53 PM
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SolidCoin, open source https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=41345.0

No bad PR, yet.   Actual community assistance.

That's such a huge waste of time, IMHO. If RealSolid decides to act juvenile (as he's apparently wont to do, from what I've seen) he can take his ball and go home. If there's a functioning exchange at the time, he could decide to sell out the 30,000 SC he pre-mined for "bounties" and trash the market on his way out.

IMHO, the better move would simply be taking anything of value from SLC, pre-104, and porting it to Bitcoin. I don't even know if there's much though, it seems to me, in a cursory understanding, that Solidcoin is architecturally broken, because the author doesn't seem to grok why certain decisions were made in Bitcoin and reversed them anyway.

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September 05, 2011, 04:30:31 PM
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IMHO, the better move would simply be taking anything of value from SLC, pre-104, and porting it to Bitcoin.

Please let solidcoin bugs die with solidcoin. Don't port them to bitcoin, please

I don't even know if there's much though, it seems to me, in a cursory understanding, that Solidcoin is architecturally broken, because the author doesn't seem to grok why certain decisions were made in Bitcoin and reversed them anyway.

So why do you want code from solidcoin?

BTW, almost all changes in the solidcoin codebase (at least what he made public) where part of the re-branding, you know, changing "bitcoin" to "solidcoin" all over the place.
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September 05, 2011, 04:41:25 PM
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I said "anything of value" - why would you interpret that as porting bugs?

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