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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: December 08, 2018, 03:41:18 pm »
I've sent quite a bit of coin to the foundation, its only seeing 897, but have sent over 3k

Also, i'm curious with things so sparse, why am I lumped in tier #4 w/ another?




{
  "Command": "pogpool",
  "yNkUU4v33Y7je144SsjcibR5ULr8eviUVd": "Amount: 794.00, Weight: 1.0000, Payment_Tier: 15, Height: 83583, Address: yNkUU4v33Y7je144SsjcibR5ULr8eviUVd, NickName: slovakia",
  "ySwRWw1EEEMyGSz4iiWVAwryXbxBTumiPG": "Amount: 1009.00, Weight: 1.0000, Payment_Tier: 5, Height: 83493, Address: ySwRWw1EEEMyGSz4iiWVAwryXbxBTumiPG, NickName: randrews",
  "yaSJ9FdsPcQvGjyrzxVFUPjg6wkJBQwaxc": "Amount: 891.00, Weight: 0.6222, Payment_Tier: 4, Height: 83540, Address: yaSJ9FdsPcQvGjyrzxVFUPjg6wkJBQwaxc, NickName: thesnat1",
  "ydXPSPFWeoA9RUQoX6uBKmjnnJV6GxfwBa": "Amount: 255.00, Weight: 1.0000, Payment_Tier: 7, Height: 83415, Address: ydXPSPFWeoA9RUQoX6uBKmjnnJV6GxfwBa, NickName: jerky",
  "ygEXbdJhypUaVhYo5Q2jKATctQtVWL892K": "Amount: 541.00, Weight: 0.3778, Payment_Tier: 4, Height: 83540, Address: ygEXbdJhypUaVhYo5Q2jKATctQtVWL892K, NickName: slybaby",
  "0": "Count: 0, Total: 0.0000",
  "1": "Count: 0, Total: 0.0000",
  "2": "Count: 0, Total: 0.0000",
  "3": "Count: 0, Total: 0.0000",
  "4": "Count: 2, Total: 1432.0000",
  "5": "Count: 1, Total: 1009.0000",
  "6": "Count: 0, Total: 0.0000",
  "7": "Count: 1, Total: 255.0000",
  "8": "Count: 0, Total: 0.0000",
  "9": "Count: 0, Total: 0.0000",
  "10": "Count: 0, Total: 0.0000",
  "11": "Count: 0, Total: 0.0000",
  "12": "Count: 0, Total: 0.0000",
  "13": "Count: 0, Total: 0.0000",
  "14": "Count: 0, Total: 0.0000",
  "15": "Count: 1, Total: 794.0000",
  "High Tithe": 1009,
  "My Tithes": 891.42,
  "My Payment Height": 83585
}


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General Discussion / Re: Kairos Children's Fund Web Site Feedback
« on: December 08, 2018, 11:16:19 am »
Andrew,

Perhaps I can help a bit...  Looking over the page today it seems things are jumbled more?   And spread over at least 3 different domains.


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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: December 08, 2018, 10:43:20 am »
Could u please give me the txid?  I see that but code looks good.

e7f686a185cef1a786d81c593d4a623b5638a03cb13c611b11ee0085e6b6940a

Edit: 2nd wallet still doesn't meet coin_age so will use it as a test case for auto-tithe

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: December 08, 2018, 10:39:19 am »
Also, if anyone wants to test 'exec bankroll', I tested it and it works pretty good.  If anyone wants further explanation please ask.

I tried it, but it seems to be missing the .00000001 piece?
{
      "value": 500.00000000,
      "valueSat": 50000000000,
      "n": 1,
}

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: December 08, 2018, 10:30:51 am »
Thanks, can u please add nickname and re-tithe so I can see integrity of pool?
I just retithed.
doing now on both wallets

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: December 08, 2018, 10:24:00 am »
Did it go away after a few mins, or was it just the clock?

Took a while to re-sync (had no peers found error for a while).

Seems ok now though,  more clients will help to stabilize it.

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: December 08, 2018, 09:26:25 am »
So initial thoughts:

Setup is ok,  I don't see auto-tithes yet (sent manual to be included in pool).


Currently a 2nd "new" wallet is unable to tithe, "Unable to locate coins older than minimum_tithe_coin_age"
With the most of the current tiers empty, I don't see the "plug and play" idea. 

"pog_difficulty": 286.012457168394,
  "pog_min_coin_age": 0.26,
  "pog_min_coin_amount": 110,
  "pog_max_tithe_amount": 298.7

The new wallet is failing the .26,   I think we need a more clear display (.26 day = 6.24 hours old)

I would also add a suggestion for the "coin control" window, adding coin age there would be helpful for those curious.



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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: December 08, 2018, 07:49:36 am »
I'm having issues syncing from the network.  Anyone else?

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: December 08, 2018, 07:25:03 am »
I'm preparing PPA in ppa:biblepay-official/testnet repository for the time that we start testing on linux sancs.
I'll update when it's ready.

Thanks I need this for something else I want to work on :)

85
TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: December 08, 2018, 07:21:39 am »
Wow Klondike ...  I appreciate your participation.   Give me a bit to look it over and i'll discuss with you via Instant Message.


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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: December 07, 2018, 04:00:56 pm »
Can I change your validation rules and compile a new wallet to game pog? What counter measures exist to prevent this?

Validation rules would have to be accepted by the network, so changing 1 client would not have a significant impact.


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Archived Proposals / Re: Use Discourse as Main Forum
« on: December 07, 2018, 11:02:04 am »
So I'm looking at this proposal, and I know the younger generation likes eye candy and wants change, and note that I'm not against change, I'm for what is technically better and also better for our PR, but whoa nelly, lets consider the implications of this step by step.

Could I potentially receive a little help in researching a couple items?

#1.  Could we investigate, out of the top 20 coins out there, which of them use discourse?  And while we are at it, could we have an opinion on the "supermajority"  - IE what is the common forum software the top 20 likes the most?   (The reason I mention this is I caution us to jump into discourse if there is a reason that the top 20 dislikes it, then we would need to find that reason first).


I would appreciate someone to do the digging on this,   from what I've seen they have some high-profile companies using it
https://www.discourse.org/customers
Patreon, imgur, codinghorror, Twitter:
https://twittercommunity.com/

I think this is more telling than the crypto niche, but still worth investigating.

#2.  Since discourse is written in javascript I was a little afraid that our content would not be searchable (SEO, Google indexing, PR).  However I feel that discourse has solved this by copying the metadata out - so you can ignore answering this  - I will leave it here for intelligence processes.

It's strange how much javascript is being used today for things...    But google and other search engines are using JS rendering for their search results,  so we no longer have to fear dynamic content.


#3.  This proposal itself forces an IT change, but - offers very little in exchange - please lets not start a new fight about this - let me try to explain that when it comes to business, I say these things in a succinct way to allow you to realize we are TACKLING a problem (I dont say this in a mean spirit way).  In this case this is an entire IT integration (from forum.biblepay to discourse, and a DNS change and configuration change - 3 tickets).  So lets get our stakeholder on board - TheSnat is our administrator currently.  For #3, let me ask TheSnat, could you please do some due diligence and tell us here If you like the change to Discourse (A), and (B) Would you be willing to do the conversion technologically from an IT standpoint.  If you want tell me from 1-10 how much you desire to do it now, or if you want to maybe put it off a year just let us know.  I think TheSnats weight on his reply should dictate how us Sanctuaries vote for this.   (Its not fair to put IT through 80 hours of work in reaction to one community member proposal, :) 

Thanks guys.

Rob

I'm open to investigating,   I think the benefits from a signup/participation perspective may be worthwhile.   Make it easier for people to log in with social media accounts, and something that is actively developed.

I think it could make adoption/participation here easier...  Ultimately that is what I'd like to see.   I will do some testing to see how easy is is to configure, and if there are other limitations that would prevent its use here.

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General Discussion / Re: Kairos Children's Fund: Call for sponsors
« on: December 07, 2018, 09:44:44 am »
Thanks for the update.

Seems Biblepay is not on the crypto donate any more?

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: Testnet - Test Proof of Giving
« on: December 07, 2018, 06:26:26 am »
Will download & install today.

I don't know that we should use the same "tithe" button,  what if someone isn't mining and just wants to donate coin?

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Pre-Proposal Discussion / Re: Mass Adoption for BiblePay II
« on: December 05, 2018, 09:46:26 am »
Yes, and just to clarify, I was thinking something like this could go down:

We release our testnet version in a week (or whatever), with the following:
POBH is extended to be POG(utilizing POBH), and the small miner reward (of 600~) is actually the source of what is distributed in the pool (IE 20% of 600 is 120 that goes to the reaper, the remaining 80% goes in the pool).  PODC is left in an "ON" state. 

We test for a couple months and fit this particular environment into our mandatory release.

So in Prod, POG is basically utilizing heat mining budgets.

Then when we feel safe, we do a hard cutover.  (That is Disabling PODC and diverting its entire budget back into POG).  I havent studied the possibility of doing a slow cutover.  (I think the testing results + prod POG results would dictate a potential "cutover block" to remove PODC that could be fit into one single mandatory, if lucky - but this is definitely not something that I would rush).

I plan on putting extra metrics in testnet so we can reconcile every hash and bbp in the pool; this should make it easy to ensure the whole thing is square.

Fair enough,

I will say in practice the POBH rewards have been 420-480 average per block (I could give you more specific data if needed)
So it is a small piece of the pie.

Also, would it be possible to enable/disable PODC with a spork?  (leave the code in, do cutover after a certain block but have the ability to "back out" if we need/want to in the future).



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