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Do you think Mr. Spread will be back?

Yes
15 (48.4%)
No
15 (48.4%)
Who cares, we don't need him.
1 (3.2%)

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gjhiggins

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Re: Mr. Spread
« Reply #75 on: March 15, 2015, 02:03:05 pm »
Who is launching the new ANN tomorrow?
I will.

It's way too early for an ANN, there's nothing substantial to communicate as nothing has been decided or organised.

Cheers

Graham

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Re: Mr. Spread
« Reply #76 on: March 15, 2015, 02:05:58 pm »
Who is launching the new ANN tomorrow?
I will.

It's way too early for an ANN, there's nothing substantial to communicate as nothing has been decided or organised.

Cheers

Graham

It's not about having anything substantial. Mr. Spread had complete rights over the last ANN. Which means we can't change anything.  The community needs to see that we have new developers and are moving forward. To me that is substantial. 

gjhiggins

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Re: Mr. Spread
« Reply #77 on: March 15, 2015, 02:22:36 pm »
The community needs to see that we have new developers and are moving forward.

Does it? What's prompting you to think so? Do you have any special advantage over anyone else in your ability to interpret the expression of community needs?

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To me that is substantial.

We're being asked to take your assessment at face value. How confident are you that your assessment is both sufficiently insightful and correct that the team should base its strategy on it? Is there any support you can muster for such an argument?

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Graham

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Re: Mr. Spread
« Reply #78 on: March 15, 2015, 02:46:24 pm »
Have not read all the pages but if not discussed then please make the new ANN moderated.

This will makes it look like we are trying to hide something.

I agree to an extent but that thread is an absolute mess right now.

I report big red letters to the mod and they take forever to fix it.

As someone who believes in the coin it makes the thread look like a joke.

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Re: Mr. Spread
« Reply #79 on: March 15, 2015, 04:41:07 pm »
Who is launching the new ANN tomorrow?
I will.

It's way too early for an ANN, there's nothing substantial to communicate as nothing has been decided or organised.

Cheers

Graham

I agree with you that we have nothing substantial to communicate,
but a new ANN thread is required simply because the ANN thread we have now has too many dead links.

New people come to the thread and can't even download functioning wallets.

That's a disgrace, and that's what we have to fix first.

So over the weekend I finally managed to build a qt wallet (and daemon) on windows. 8)
(This will also come in handy, because now I can create future test round wallets for windows, this will make more people want to participate in the test rounds)

What I am doing right now is compiling a static version of all the qt libraries, so that I can put all the necessary dlls into the exe. (I am using Qt 5.4.0)
Takes forever to compile.
And I need to repeat that for 32 bit and 64 bit, and for linux and mac. Phew.
Then I will have the perfect dev and build environment ready.

Stay tuned.

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Re: Mr. Spread
« Reply #80 on: March 15, 2015, 07:06:03 pm »
Who is launching the new ANN tomorrow?
I will.

It's way too early for an ANN, there's nothing substantial to communicate as nothing has been decided or organised.

Cheers

Graham

I agree with you that we have nothing substantial to communicate,
but a new ANN thread is required simply because the ANN thread we have now has too many dead links.

New people come to the thread and can't even download functioning wallets.

That's a disgrace, and that's what we have to fix first.

So over the weekend I finally managed to build a qt wallet (and daemon) on windows. 8)
(This will also come in handy, because now I can create future test round wallets for windows, this will make more people want to participate in the test rounds)

What I am doing right now is compiling a static version of all the qt libraries, so that I can put all the necessary dlls into the exe. (I am using Qt 5.4.0)
Takes forever to compile.
And I need to repeat that for 32 bit and 64 bit, and for linux and mac. Phew.
Then I will have the perfect dev and build environment ready.

Stay tuned.

Excellent progress... I know it's not easy to compile, I was never able to do so successfully... looking forward to the new version 8)

georgem

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Re: Mr. Spread
« Reply #81 on: March 15, 2015, 11:27:07 pm »
Excellent progress... I know it's not easy to compile, I was never able to do so successfully... looking forward to the new version 8)

Thanks a lot.

32 bit qt wallet (+ daemon) ready:

http://spreadcointalk.org/SpreadCoin32.7z

Please test it, and remember, always backup your wallet.

I will provide all the other wallets over the next 24-48 hours, I need to build the environment. After that, all future wallets will be created very fast.

Stay tuned.

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« Reply #82 on: March 16, 2015, 12:00:30 am »
Excellent progress... I know it's not easy to compile, I was never able to do so successfully... looking forward to the new version 8)

Thanks a lot.

32 bit qt wallet (+ daemon) ready:

http://spreadcointalk.org/SpreadCoin32.7z

Please test it, and remember, always backup your wallet.

I will provide all the other wallets over the next 24-48 hours, I need to build the environment. After that, all future wallets will be created very fast.

Stay tuned.

Very good work Georgem!

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« Reply #83 on: March 16, 2015, 01:03:20 am »
Excellent progress... I know it's not easy to compile, I was never able to do so successfully... looking forward to the new version 8)

Thanks a lot.

32 bit qt wallet (+ daemon) ready:

http://spreadcointalk.org/SpreadCoin32.7z

Please test it, and remember, always backup your wallet.

I will provide all the other wallets over the next 24-48 hours, I need to build the environment. After that, all future wallets will be created very fast.

Stay tuned.

Very good work Georgem!

will be nice to see mate ...

linux wallets are never standard - so if you can supply the source - i can compile ( if it works of course ) the x64 version in fedora 19 x64 and fedora 20 x64 ...

let me know ...

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