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July 09, 2012, 08:51:49 PM
Last edit: July 09, 2012, 10:09:36 PM by 2112
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Thank you for confirming that there is absolutely no correlation between the name of the subforum and the partitioning of threads between it and its parent forum.  Possibly even negative correlation.
Dear eldentyrell!

Please don't turn yourself into another copy of Luke-Jr. There's no point to gain from antagonizing anyone here. We all know that you've call-ed the bluff on the PR web front. But the opponent had bigger bankroll, better poker skills and raise-d over your call. It is unsporstmanlike and ungentlemanly when you try to upturn the table after the game on that table turned against you. Now just do like everyone else: wait for the showdown to see if this was bluff or semi-bluff.

Anyway, you are a pure software vendor and you have several times already said that you aren't willing to work with hardware vendors on porting your software.

Why would the moderators of this forum need to listen to your lectures on how the hardware subforums should be organized? Just move to the mining software subforum if you really can't stand the heat here.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.

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July 10, 2012, 06:05:09 AM
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Why not:

1) PURPOSE-BUILT Hardware (ASIC, FPGA, Time Machines, Vibrators, Sex Robots)
2) MULTI-PURPOSE Hardware (GPUs, Wodden Sticks, Sporks, George Foreman Grille)
Because FPGA is multi-purpose. So it could be something like this

1) Off-the shelf hardware (GPUs, FPGA dev boards, standard cases)
2) Bitcoin-specific hardware (ASICs, custom FPGA boards/kits, framework cases)





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July 10, 2012, 07:49:24 PM
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I'd call dev-kits custom.

The clue's in the name: Development Kit.

They're like, for development. They're not an end-user product. They are custom.
Even calling them COT is a stretch.

I'm comfortable with the forum name.
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July 10, 2012, 09:05:29 PM
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I'd call dev-kits custom.

The clue's in the name: Development Kit.

They're like, for development. They're not an end-user product. They are custom.
Even calling them COT is a stretch.

I'm comfortable with the forum name.

Dev kits are as custom as they come, but they're not custom mining hardware.
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July 10, 2012, 09:11:55 PM
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I'd call dev-kits custom.

The clue's in the name: Development Kit.

They're like, for development. They're not an end-user product. They are custom.
Even calling them COT is a stretch.

I'm comfortable with the forum name.

Dev kits are as custom as they come, but they're not custom mining hardware.
Yeah I doubt many of them would mine without power issues if you used an optimized bitstream.

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July 26, 2012, 09:05:02 PM
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I'd call dev-kits custom.

The clue's in the name: Development Kit.

They're like, for development. They're not an end-user product. They are custom.
Even calling them COT is a stretch.

I'm comfortable with the forum name.
I agree 100%. 

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