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September 03, 2011, 09:12:44 AM
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Needs to be updated on the main site. Why are people attacking this coin if it's already "doomed for failure"  Roll Eyes. Shows that you are winning coinhunter!

I personally never attacked the coin.  I attacked the dipshit runnin' the show.

It's interesting.  Scientists make rockets, missiles, and mushroom clouds.....run-of-the-mouth computer nerds make 'solid'coin.   I think there are enough cases to establish a correlation, don't you?

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September 03, 2011, 09:22:31 AM
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Yes, it's not really an attack just an annoyance done by those who are fearful of what SolidCoin represents.
AKA people who realised why exactly fixed fees are a bad idea and are demonstrating it? Seriously, this is exactly why Bitcoin has its current variable-fee structure. Someone carried out a transaction spamming attack against Bitcoin too back when it could be done reasonably cheaply; it's not so cheap or easy anymore.

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September 03, 2011, 09:41:44 AM
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CoinHunter, did you really just throw a bandaid on the problem by capping all transactions at 4 KB?

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September 03, 2011, 11:16:02 PM
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Is there a working blockexplorer so I can see if this "fix" stopped the spam? The one at http://solidcoin.whmcr.co.uk/chain/SolidCoin is stuck.

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September 04, 2011, 03:53:22 AM
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Hm, interesting that 'someone' apparently deleted over 30 posts from this thread since yesterday.

Come to realize that poor PR might make ya look bad?

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September 04, 2011, 04:02:27 AM
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1.031 is being tested and some sites have already updated to it. Fixes an issues with the new transaction limiting code and also starts a network defense mechanism against trolls. Join the irc channel to get the latest until it's released officially.

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September 04, 2011, 06:53:14 AM
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How about a sane version numbering scheme? Call it 1.03.1.

Developers not using dots in their version numbers create confusion. Imagine a new user sees 2 versions for download: "1.04" and "1.031". He would logically think that "one dot oh four" was first released, followed by 26 releases, followed by "one dot oh thirty one" (and in this timeframe you switched from 2 to 3 digits after the dot). In fact, no! You had an implicit dot between "03" and "1", that has to be guessed based on how many digits your "normally" put after the first dot.

Or imagine you release many versions, reach 1.09, then 1.10, etc, 1.19, etc, 1.29, 1.30, and 1.31. At this point referring to "1.31" or "1.031" gets very confusing because some might think the leading zero is optional, or a typo, when in fact they are 2 very different releases.

/rant (in a former life, I wrote code to compare version numbers of thousands of applications)
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September 04, 2011, 07:19:50 AM
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How about a sane version numbering scheme? Call it 1.03.1.

Developers not using dots in their version numbers create confusion. Imagine a new user sees 2 versions for download: "1.04" and "1.031". He would logically think that "one dot oh four" was first released, followed by 26 releases, followed by "one dot oh thirty one" (and in this timeframe you switched from 2 to 3 digits after the dot). In fact, no! You had an implicit dot between "03" and "1", that has to be guessed based on how many digits your "normally" put after the first dot.

Or imagine you release many versions, reach 1.09, then 1.10, etc, 1.19, etc, 1.29, 1.30, and 1.31. At this point referring to "1.31" or "1.031" gets very confusing because some might think the leading zero is optional, or a typo, when in fact they are 2 very different releases.

/rant (in a former life, I wrote code to compare version numbers of thousands of applications)

Ok I can see your point of view. I usually do 4 numbers for my version (haven't had a product go past 9 in the major Smiley ). It's just an old habit from me.

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September 04, 2011, 09:34:31 AM
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version 1.03 not update blocks, only update 500 block/ one starts client, close and start --> update 500 block connition
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