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Parsec crashes the SECOND that it boots (Mac os 10.12.6)

When i Open parsec i get this error (Process: parsecd [32502]
Path: /Applications/Parsec.app/Contents/MacOS/parsecd
Identifier: tv.parsec.www
Version: 2.0.0 (2.0.0)
Code Type: X86-64 (Native)
Parent Process: ??? [1]
Responsible: parsecd [32502]
User ID: 501

Date/Time: 2020-08-12 16:47:50.302 +1000
OS Version: Mac OS X 10.12.6 (16G2136)
Report Version: 12
Anonymous UUID: 8DCCDD29-4074-6F21-8A05-001A5ACBBBFD

Sleep/Wake UUID: 195D376D-4740-4007-AD35-824C63BCFD52

Time Awake Since Boot: 370000 seconds
Time Since Wake: 2100 seconds

System Integrity Protection: enabled

Crashed Thread: 10

Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)
Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0x0000000000000030
Exception Note: EXC_CORPSE_NOTIFY

VM Regions Near 0x30:

__TEXT 000000010e7cb000-000000010e7d1000 [ 24K] r-x/r-x SM=COW /Applications/Parsec.app/Contents/Macos/parsecd

Thread 0:: Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d0234a mach_msg_trap + 10
1 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d01797 mach_msg + 55
2 com.apple.SkyLight 0x00007fff8f01abba _SLPSSetFrontProcessWithOptions + 175
3 com.apple.HIServices 0x00007fff7c09ee43 SetFrontProcessWithOptions + 245
4 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff7aed1cf5 _NXActivateSelf + 113
5 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010ed94457 0x10e82c000 + 5669975
6 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010ecab11d 0x10e82c000 + 4714781
7 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010ebaf2c9 0x10e82c000 + 3683017
8 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010edefaf2 wx_main + 5986
9 tv.parsec.www 0x000000010e7cfe02 main + 882
10 libdyld.dylib 0x00007fff92bdb235 start + 1

Thread 1:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d0a44e __workq_kernreturn + 10
1 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df448e _pthread_wqthread + 1023
2 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df407d start_wqthread + 13

Thread 2:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d0a44e __workq_kernreturn + 10
1 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df4621 _pthread_wqthread + 1426
2 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df407d start_wqthread + 13

Thread 3:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d0a44e __workq_kernreturn + 10
1 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df448e _pthread_wqthread + 1023
2 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df407d start_wqthread + 13

Thread 4:: Dispatch queue: NSCGSDisableUpdates
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d0234a mach_msg_trap + 10
1 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d01797 mach_msg + 55
2 com.apple.SkyLight 0x00007fff8ef26f20 _CGSReenableUpdateForConnectionSync + 99
3 com.apple.SkyLight 0x00007fff8f02a532 CGSUpdateManager::enable_update(unsigned long long) + 532
4 libdispatch.dylib 0x00007fff92bae524 _dispatch_call_block_and_release + 12
5 libdispatch.dylib 0x00007fff92ba58fc _dispatch_client_callout + 8
6 libdispatch.dylib 0x00007fff92bbb9a0 _dispatch_queue_serial_drain + 896
7 libdispatch.dylib 0x00007fff92bae306 _dispatch_queue_invoke + 1046
8 libdispatch.dylib 0x00007fff92bb4020 _dispatch_queue_override_invoke + 369
9 libdispatch.dylib 0x00007fff92ba76b5 _dispatch_root_queue_drain + 476
10 libdispatch.dylib 0x00007fff92ba748c _dispatch_worker_thread3 + 99
11 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df45a2 _pthread_wqthread + 1299
12 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df407d start_wqthread + 13

Thread 5:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d09bf2 __psynch_cvwait + 10
1 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df57fa _pthread_cond_wait + 712
2 libc++.1.dylib 0x00007fff9171f572 std::__1::condition_variable::__do_timed_wait(std::__1::unique_lock&, std::__1::chrono::time_point > >) + 126
3 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010eda9119 0x10e82c000 + 5755161
4 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010eda85dd 0x10e82c000 + 5752285
5 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df493b _pthread_body + 180
6 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df4887 _pthread_start + 286
7 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df408d thread_start + 13

Thread 6:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d0b19e poll + 10
1 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010e86e9d2 0x10e82c000 + 272850
2 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010e86d8ca 0x10e82c000 + 268490
3 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010ede950f 0x10e82c000 + 6018319
4 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010e85b020 0x10e82c000 + 192544
5 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df493b _pthread_body + 180
6 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df4887 _pthread_start + 286
7 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df408d thread_start + 13

Thread 7:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d0b19e poll + 10
1 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010eb29daf 0x10e82c000 + 3136943
2 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010eb2b94e 0x10e82c000 + 3144014
3 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010eb240c6 0x10e82c000 + 3113158
4 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010eb241a8 0x10e82c000 + 3113384
5 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010edb7983 0x10e82c000 + 5814659
6 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010e85b020 0x10e82c000 + 192544
7 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df493b _pthread_body + 180
8 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df4887 _pthread_start + 286
9 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df408d thread_start + 13

Thread 8:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d0b19e poll + 10
1 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010eb29daf 0x10e82c000 + 3136943
2 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010eb2b94e 0x10e82c000 + 3144014
3 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010eb240c6 0x10e82c000 + 3113158
4 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010eb241a8 0x10e82c000 + 3113384
5 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010edb7983 0x10e82c000 + 5814659
6 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010e85b020 0x10e82c000 + 192544
7 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df493b _pthread_body + 180
8 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df4887 _pthread_start + 286
9 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df408d thread_start + 13

Thread 9:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d09bf2 __psynch_cvwait + 10
1 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df57fa _pthread_cond_wait + 712
2 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010e85b346 0x10e82c000 + 193350
3 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010e858041 0x10e82c000 + 180289
4 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010edee318 0x10e82c000 + 6038296
5 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010e85b020 0x10e82c000 + 192544
6 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df493b _pthread_body + 180
7 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df4887 _pthread_start + 286
8 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df408d thread_start + 13

Thread 10 Crashed:
0 com.apple.driver.AppleIntelHD5000GraphicsMTLDriver 0x0000000111f005d7 ShaderBindingStage::updateResourceTable(unsigned int, unsigned int, bool) + 113
1 com.apple.driver.AppleIntelHD5000GraphicsMTLDriver 0x0000000111f0179a ShaderBindingStage::updateBindingTableData() + 416
2 com.apple.driver.AppleIntelHD5000GraphicsMTLDriver 0x0000000111f0292a PixelShaderBindingStage::updateBindingTableData() + 1660
3 com.apple.driver.AppleIntelHD5000GraphicsMTLDriver 0x0000000111f02015 ShaderBindingStage::writeIf() + 63
4 com.apple.driver.AppleIntelHD5000GraphicsMTLDriver 0x0000000111ef033f IGAccelRenderCommandEncoder::programPipeline(sPrimitiveData const&) + 4581
5 com.apple.driver.AppleIntelHD5000GraphicsMTLDriver 0x0000000111ef202a IGAccelRenderCommandEncoder::drawIndexedPrimitives(unsigned long, unsigned int, unsigned long, MTLIGAccelBuffer*, unsigned int, unsigned int, unsigned int, unsigned int) + 714
6 com.apple.driver.AppleIntelHD5000GraphicsMTLDriver 0x0000000111edf40a -[MTLIGAccelRenderCommandEncoder drawIndexedPrimitives:indexCount:indexType:indexBuffer:indexBufferOffset:] + 192
7 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010ede8ca0 0x10e82c000 + 6016160
8 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010edf5f77 0x10e82c000 + 6070135
9 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010e85b020 0x10e82c000 + 192544
10 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df493b _pthread_body + 180
11 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df4887 _pthread_start + 286
12 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df408d thread_start + 13

Thread 11:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d09442 __getdirentries64 + 10
1 libsystem_c.dylib 0x00007fff92c3da3a _readdir_unlocked$INODE64 + 133
2 libsystem_c.dylib 0x00007fff92c3dae9 readdir$INODE64 + 35
3 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x00007fff7d36ce02 _CFIterateDirectory + 114
4 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x00007fff7d36c578 _CFBundleGetBundleVersionForURL + 472
5 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x00007fff7d36b53e _CFBundleCreate + 222
6 com.apple.audio.CoreAudio 0x00007fff7cf32612 HALB_CFBundle::HALB_CFBundle(__CFURL const*, bool) + 30
7 com.apple.audio.CoreAudio 0x00007fff7cf322bf HALC_ShellObject::InitializeResourceBundle() + 381
8 com.apple.audio.CoreAudio 0x00007fff7cf32026 HALC_ShellObject::CopyLocalizedString(AudioObjectPropertyAddress const&, void*) const + 326
9 com.apple.audio.CoreAudio 0x00007fff7cf1a0bd HALB_CommandGate::ExecuteCommand(void () block_pointer) const + 289
10 com.apple.audio.CoreAudio 0x00007fff7cf1ce33 HALC_ShellObject::GetPropertyData(unsigned int, AudioObjectPropertyAddress const&, unsigned int, void const*, unsigned int, unsigned int&, void*) const + 2101
11 com.apple.audio.CoreAudio 0x00007fff7cf1c284 HAL_HardwarePlugIn_ObjectGetPropertyData(AudioHardwarePlugInInterface**, unsigned int, AudioObjectPropertyAddress const*, unsigned int, void const*, unsigned int*, void*) + 232
12 com.apple.audio.CoreAudio 0x00007fff7cf1bfeb HALPlugIn::ObjectGetPropertyData(HALObject const&, AudioObjectPropertyAddress const&, unsigned int, void const*, unsigned int&, void*) const + 71
13 com.apple.audio.CoreAudio 0x00007fff7cf143c9 HALObject::GetPropertyData(AudioObjectPropertyAddress const&, unsigned int, void const*, unsigned int&, void*) const + 449
14 com.apple.audio.CoreAudio 0x00007fff7cf2278b HALDevice::GetPropertyData(AudioObjectPropertyAddress const&, unsigned int, void const*, unsigned int&, void*) const + 661
15 com.apple.audio.CoreAudio 0x00007fff7cf11d04 AudioObjectGetPropertyData + 189
16 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010ed9fb8a 0x10e82c000 + 5716874
17 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010ed9e669 0x10e82c000 + 5711465
18 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010eb9834d 0x10e82c000 + 3588941
19 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010eb92596 0x10e82c000 + 3564950
20 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010ebaa557 0x10e82c000 + 3663191
21 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010edf6ac3 0x10e82c000 + 6073027
22 parsecd-150-45.dylib 0x000000010e85b020 0x10e82c000 + 192544
23 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df493b _pthread_body + 180
24 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df4887 _pthread_start + 286
25 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df408d thread_start + 13

Thread 12:
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d0239e semaphore_timedwait_trap + 10
1 libdispatch.dylib 0x00007fff92bbdb09 _os_semaphore_timedwait + 72
2 libdispatch.dylib 0x00007fff92bae864 _dispatch_semaphore_wait_slow + 58
3 libdispatch.dylib 0x00007fff92ba9290 _dispatch_worker_thread + 275
4 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df493b _pthread_body + 180
5 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df4887 _pthread_start + 286
6 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df408d thread_start + 13

Thread 13:: CVDisplayLink
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d09bf2 __psynch_cvwait + 10
1 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df5833 _pthread_cond_wait + 769
2 com.apple.CoreVideo 0x00007fff7ea94977 CVDisplayLink::waitUntil(unsigned long long) + 233
3 com.apple.CoreVideo 0x00007fff7ea94762 CVDisplayLink::runIOThread() + 520
4 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df493b _pthread_body + 180
5 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df4887 _pthread_start + 286
6 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df408d thread_start + 13

Thread 14:: com.apple.NSEventThread
0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d0234a mach_msg_trap + 10
1 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff92d01797 mach_msg + 55
2 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x00007fff7d3d6b44 __CFRunLoopServiceMachPort + 212
3 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x00007fff7d3d5fd1 __CFRunLoopRun + 1361
4 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x00007fff7d3d5824 CFRunLoopRunSpecific + 420
5 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff7b017f02 _NSEventThread + 205
6 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df493b _pthread_body + 180
7 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df4887 _pthread_start + 286
8 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff92df408d thread_start + 13

Thread 10 crashed with X86 Thread State (64-bit):
rax: 0x00007fa1cd8d76d8 rbx: 0x00007fa1cd8d58e8 rcx: 0x0000000000000000 rdx: 0x0000000000000008
rdi: 0x00007fa1cd8d58e8 rsi: 0x0000000000000000 rbp: 0x0000700001e204c0 rsp: 0x0000700001e20490
r8: 0x00007fff98b02508 r9: 0x00007fa1cd8d1200 r10: 0x0000000000000008 r11: 0x0000000000000000
r12: 0x00007fa1cd8d1200 r13: 0x00007fa1cd8d58e8 r14: 0x0000000000000008 r15: 0x00007fa1cd87f144
rip: 0x0000000111f005d7 rfl: 0x0000000000000246 cr2: 0x0000000000000030
Logical CPU: 0
Error Code: 0x020000b8
Trap Number: 133


Binary Images:
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Please Help Me
submitted by elgatoboiiiiiiiiii to ParsecGaming [link] [comments]

Starting to get crashes on my bukkit/spigot server after months of smooth sailing.

I run a smallish server (10-30 total players, max of 10 online at a time on average) for my Twitch stream, and lately I have been getting crashes.
I have minimal plugins installed (bukkit essentials, treefeller, and chest-sort) and all of these plugins have been running on the server for several months with no issue.
If anyone could let me know what is happening here or point me in the right direction I would be greatful.
Here is the crash report.
--- Minecraft Crash Report ----
// Uh... Did I do that?

Time: 11/1/19 5:47 PM
Description: Exception while updating neighbours

java.util.ConcurrentModificationException
at java.util.HashMap$HashIterator.nextNode([HashMap.java:1445](https://HashMap.java:1445)) at [java.util.HashMap$KeyIterator.next](https://java.util.HashMap$KeyIterator.next)([HashMap.java:1469](https://HashMap.java:1469)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.WorldServer.notify([WorldServer.java:1206](https://WorldServer.java:1206)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.World.notifyAndUpdatePhysics([World.java:335](https://World.java:335)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.World.setTypeAndData([World.java:311](https://World.java:311)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.BlockDoor.doPhysics([BlockDoor.java:198](https://BlockDoor.java:198)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.IBlockData.doPhysics(SourceFile:245) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.World.a([World.java:471](https://World.java:471)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.World.applyPhysics([World.java:425](https://World.java:425)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.BlockPressurePlateAbstract.a([BlockPressurePlateAbstract.java:122](https://BlockPressurePlateAbstract.java:122)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.BlockPressurePlateAbstract.a([BlockPressurePlateAbstract.java:90](https://BlockPressurePlateAbstract.java:90)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.BlockPressurePlateAbstract.tick([BlockPressurePlateAbstract.java:50](https://BlockPressurePlateAbstract.java:50)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.IBlockData.a(SourceFile:265) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.WorldServer.b([WorldServer.java:542](https://WorldServer.java:542)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.TickListServer.b([TickListServer.java:82](https://TickListServer.java:82)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.WorldServer.doTick([WorldServer.java:263](https://WorldServer.java:263)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.MinecraftServer.b([MinecraftServer.java:1067](https://MinecraftServer.java:1067)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.DedicatedServer.b([DedicatedServer.java:396](https://DedicatedServer.java:396)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.MinecraftServer.a([MinecraftServer.java:969](https://MinecraftServer.java:969)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.MinecraftServer.run([MinecraftServer.java:814](https://MinecraftServer.java:814)) at [java.lang.Thread.run](https://java.lang.Thread.run)([Thread.java:748](https://Thread.java:748)) 


A detailed walkthrough of the error, its code path and all known details is as follows:
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-- Head --
Thread: Server thread
Stacktrace:
at java.util.HashMap$HashIterator.nextNode([HashMap.java:1445](https://HashMap.java:1445)) at [java.util.HashMap$KeyIterator.next](https://java.util.HashMap$KeyIterator.next)([HashMap.java:1469](https://HashMap.java:1469)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.WorldServer.notify([WorldServer.java:1206](https://WorldServer.java:1206)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.World.notifyAndUpdatePhysics([World.java:335](https://World.java:335)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.World.setTypeAndData([World.java:311](https://World.java:311)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.BlockDoor.doPhysics([BlockDoor.java:198](https://BlockDoor.java:198)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.IBlockData.doPhysics(SourceFile:245) 

-- Block being updated --
Details:
Source block type: ID #minecraft:stone\_pressure\_plate (block.minecraft.stone\_pressure\_plate // net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.BlockPressurePlateBinary) Block: Block{minecraft:iron\_door}\[facing=south,half=lower,hinge=left,open=true,powered=true\] Block location: World: (-3048,63,-3937), Chunk: (at 8,3,15 in -191,-247; contains blocks -3056,0,-3952 to -3041,255,-3937), Region: (-6,-8; contains chunks -192,-256 to -161,-225, blocks -3072,0,-4096 to -2561,255,-3585) 
Stacktrace:
at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.World.a([World.java:471](https://World.java:471)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.World.applyPhysics([World.java:425](https://World.java:425)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.BlockPressurePlateAbstract.a([BlockPressurePlateAbstract.java:122](https://BlockPressurePlateAbstract.java:122)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.BlockPressurePlateAbstract.a([BlockPressurePlateAbstract.java:90](https://BlockPressurePlateAbstract.java:90)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.BlockPressurePlateAbstract.tick([BlockPressurePlateAbstract.java:50](https://BlockPressurePlateAbstract.java:50)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.IBlockData.a(SourceFile:265) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.WorldServer.b([WorldServer.java:542](https://WorldServer.java:542)) 

-- Block being ticked --
Details:
Block location: World: (-3048,63,-3938), Chunk: (at 8,3,14 in -191,-247; contains blocks -3056,0,-3952 to -3041,255,-3937), Region: (-6,-8; contains chunks -192,-256 to -161,-225, blocks -3072,0,-4096 to -2561,255,-3585) 
Stacktrace:
at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.TickListServer.b([TickListServer.java:82](https://TickListServer.java:82)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.WorldServer.doTick([WorldServer.java:263](https://WorldServer.java:263)) 

-- Affected level --
Details:
All players: 6 total; \[EntityPlayer\['phat\_ethan'/5718685, l='world', x=868.97, y=68.50, z=-1300.75\](phat\_ethan at 868.9652233585207,68.5,-1300.7515839040602), EntityPlayer\['wilgot\_'/5835591, l='world', x=1639.37, y=83.00, z=-201.07\](wilgot\_ at 1639.3748389541483,83.0,-201.07413538585962), EntityPlayer\['JessicatYay'/5845925, l='world', x=-2705.52, y=62.07, z=-2777.88\](JessicatYay at -2705.5180616102148,62.07326524478906,-2777.877236633744), EntityPlayer\['Krackle1'/5756454, l='world', x=901.83, y=64.00, z=-1362.65\](Krackle1 at 901.8292357159065,64.0,-1362.6491068168486), EntityPlayer\['\_Twinkie'/5814586, l='world', x=909.36, y=63.00, z=-1358.44\](\_Twinkie at 909.3612971218134,63.0,-1358.4438283009922), EntityPlayer\['aestheticvibezz'/5861533, l='world', x=-3082.42, y=64.00, z=-3902.50\](aestheticvibezz at -3082.4243277966516,64.0,-3902.5)\] Chunk stats: ServerChunkCache: 8022 Level dimension: minecraft:overworld Level name: world Level seed: -7253082496909317192 Level generator: ID 00 - default, ver 1. Features enabled: true Level generator options: {} Level spawn location: World: (982,63,-700), Chunk: (at 6,3,4 in 61,-44; contains blocks 976,0,-704 to 991,255,-689), Region: (1,-2; contains chunks 32,-64 to 63,-33, blocks 512,0,-1024 to 1023,255,-513) Level time: 334536902 game time, 261196811 day time Level storage version: 0x04ABD - Anvil Level weather: Rain time: 89480 (now: false), thunder time: 831 (now: false) Level game mode: Game mode: survival (ID 0). Hardcore: false. Cheats: true 
Stacktrace:
at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.MinecraftServer.b([MinecraftServer.java:1067](https://MinecraftServer.java:1067)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.DedicatedServer.b([DedicatedServer.java:396](https://DedicatedServer.java:396)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.MinecraftServer.a([MinecraftServer.java:969](https://MinecraftServer.java:969)) at net.minecraft.server.v1\_14\_R1.MinecraftServer.run([MinecraftServer.java:814](https://MinecraftServer.java:814)) at [java.lang.Thread.run](https://java.lang.Thread.run)([Thread.java:748](https://Thread.java:748)) 

-- System Details --
Details:
Minecraft Version: 1.14.4 Minecraft Version ID: 1.14.4 Operating System: Linux (amd64) version 3.10.0-957.5.1.el7.x86\_64 Java Version: 1.8.0\_232, Oracle Corporation Java VM Version: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (mixed mode), Oracle Corporation Memory: 959627968 bytes (915 MB) / 2695077888 bytes (2570 MB) up to 4225236992 bytes (4029 MB) CPUs: 8 JVM Flags: 5 total; -Xms128M -Xmx4096M -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -XX:+DisableExplicitGC -XX:+CMSClassUnloadingEnabled CraftBukkit Information: 
Running: CraftBukkit version git-Spigot-1981d55-3e7b386 (MC: 1.14.4) (Implementing API version 1.14.4-R0.1-SNAPSHOT) true
Plugins: { WorldEdit v7.0.1;61bc012 com.sk89q.worldedit.bukkit.WorldEditPlugin [], Essentials v2.17.0.3 com.earth2me.essentials.Essentials [Zenexer, ementalo, Aelux, Brettflan, KimKandor, snowleo, ceulemans, Xeology, KHobbits, md_5, Iaccidentally, drtshock, vemacs, SupaHam, md678685], ChatFeelings v4.5.3 com.zach_attack.chatfeelings.Main [zach_attack], ChestSort v5.0.3 de.jeffclan.JeffChestSort.JeffChestSortPlugin [mfnalex], WorldGuard v7.0.1-SNAPSHOT;556b638 com.sk89q.worldguard.bukkit.WorldGuardPlugin [],}
Warnings: DEFAULT
Reload Count: 0
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Weekly Dev Update 13/01/2020

Hey Y’all,
Last week was a busy one due to the Nimble Nerthus hardfork, which was successful in both moving Lokinet routers onto mainnet and enabling Blink on mainnet. We are still monitoring the stability of both of these features and will release updates as needed. We also made progress with the Session rebranding on both desktop and mobile, and Session is now very close to completion on both platforms.
Lokinet
If you’re on our Discord you can catch Jeff, the lead developer of LLARP, live streaming as he codes at https://www.twitch.tv/uguu25519. He typically streams on Tuesday mornings, 9am - 12pm Eastern (US) time.
What went on last week with Lokinet:
Last week’s mainnet launch of Lokinet with the Nimble Nerthus hardfork revealed some unanticipated issues related to propagation of DHT lookups by clients across the network due to the much larger size of the mainnet network versus previous test network. We pushed out a 0.6.2 release to address some of these issues, and are continuing to develop additional fixes to address the remaining issues.
PR Activity:
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Loki Messenger
The Session redesign is nearly complete on all platforms. Last week we also implemented a solution for push notifications on Apple devices , as well as starting work on private group chats for iOS.
Loki Messenger iOS
Loki Messenger Android
Loki Messenger Desktop
Misc
Loki Network Control Panel
https://github.com/loki-project/loki-network-control-panel/pull/8
Loki Launcher
Loki Onion Explorer
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Thanks,
Kee
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[MEA Spoilers] Mass Effect Andromeda Romance Survey Results

A week ago I posted a survey where you were asked to report your Andromeda lock-in romances and casual romances, and rate the attractiveness of Ryder's potential love interests. More than 1500 people responded, I have spreadsheets for days, and I have analysis prepared for presentation.
Demographics
Let's start with the basics.
73% reported as male. 26.3% reported as female. 0.7% reported as non-binary.
74.8% reported as heterosexual. 16.2% reported as bisexual. 7.3% reported as homosexual. 1.7% reported as another sexuality.
60.8% played as male Ryder, whilst 39.2% played as female Ryder. Who played as who? 70.6% of males played as male Ryder, and 90.1% of females played as female Ryder.
Locking In a Romance
Respondent demographics 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
All Males Peebee (32.4%) Cora (29.9%) Vetra (21.4%) Suvi (4.4%) Gil (3.9%) None (3%) Reyes (2.5%) Jaal (1.3%); Liam (1.3%)
Male Heterosexual Peebee (35.6%) Cora (32%) Vetra (22.4%) Suvi (4%) None (3%) Liam (1.1%) Jaal (0.9%) Reyes (0.8%) Gil (0.3%)
Male Bisexual Cora (31.9%) Peebee (22.7%) Vetra (21%) Jaal (5.9%); Suvi (5.9%) Gil (5%); Reyes (5%) None (1.7%) Liam (0.8%)
Male Homosexual Gil (43.4%) Reyes (17.1%) Peebee (10.5%); Vetra (10.5%) Suvi (6.6%) None (5.4%) Liam (3.9%) Cora (2.3%)
Male Other Peebee (22.2%); Reyes; (22.2%); Vetra (22.2%) Cora (11.1%); Gil (11.1%); Suvi (11.1%)
All Females Jaal (35%) Reyes (28.3%) Peebee (11.9%) Vetra (8.9%) Liam (8.7%) Cora (4.5%) Suvi (1.5%) Gil (1%) None (0.2%)
Female Heterosexual Reyes (41.5%) Jaal (39.3%) Liam (9.6%) Peebee (3.5%) Vetra (3.1%) Cora (1.7%) Gil (0.9%) None (0.4%)
Female Bisexual Jaal (36%) Peebee (17.6%) Reyes (12%); Vetra (12%) Cora (10.4%) Liam (9.6%) Gil (1.6%) Suvi (0.8%)
Female Homosexual Peebee (48.6%) Vetra (31.4%) Suvi (14.3%) Jaal (5.7%)
Female Other Jaal (28.6%); Reyes (28.6%) Vetra (21.4%) Cora (7.1%); Liam (7.1%); Peebee (7.1%)
Non-Binary Vetra (46.2%) Jaal (23.1%) Peebee (15.4%) Cora (7.7%); Suvi (7.7%)
All Respondents Peebee (26.8%) Cora (22.9%) Vetra (18.3%) Jaal (10.4%) Reyes (9.3%) Suvi (3.7%) Liam (3.2%) Gil (3.1%) None (2.2%)
When looking at all respondents, the top slots are no surprise; the top four are squadmates afforded more screentime than their brethren, and the top three are female characters more likely to appeal to the male heterosexual majority of respondents. The surprising outcome here is that Liam is languishing as far back as he is, considering he’s a squadmate option. Bioware might wish to reconsider how they approached Liam’s romance.
This result aligns fairly closely with the prediction of one of our Redditors, AutumnLantern, who is a screenwriter and assessed the romances available to a male Ryder only, predicting that due to imbalanced screentime and character pros and fails, Peebee, with over one hour of relationship content, would be preferred over Cora (49 min), Vetra (36 min), Reyes (26 min), and Gil (19 min). See here for AutumnLantern’s detailed breakdown of why other character romances are set to fail in comparison to Peebee. In short, Bioware might want to think about more screentime and better character balancing in order to round out and create more satisfying romances amongst the lesser picked characters.
Casual Romances
In addition to looking at who was popular with whom for a serious relationship, we asked respondents who they had casual relationships with. Multiple choices were allowed.
Technically the winner here is no one, as 664 people who locked in a romance indicated that they did not pursue any other relationship. Going down the list, Peebee rules the roost here in casual relationships as she is most people’s second choice even if they chose someone else to get serious with. This is again not surprising given Peebee’s screentime. The second, third, and fourth most popular picks here are all non-squadmates, suggesting that Ryders playing the field like to do so on the down low. In the case of Peebee and Reyes, who can both be locked in with, both characters gain more votes here than they did in the locked in vote, suggesting that even when not chosen they were many people’s second choice. Jaal, Vetra, and Cora’s numbers are considerably lower than their locked in scores, suggesting that when people did pursue them they preferred to get serious rather than keep it casual.
Discounting sample sizes of less than 20 (which tend to produce extreme results), which groups only had eyes for their locked-in romance and no other? Male heterosexual respondents whose beloved was Vetra stuck with her 53.69% of the time. The group most interested in spreading the love around were male bisexual respondents who had romanced Cora, who only inspired 15.79% to choose her alone. Both this most faithful group and this most flirtatious group, when they did decide to share the love, most often chose Peebee as the subject of their affections. As a whole, regardless of player demographics, the characters who inspired the most fidelity were Reyes, followed closely by Vetra. Cora attracted the most people looking to play the field.
Character Percentage of Romancers With No Other Romances
Reyes Vidal 61.76%
Vetra Nyx 58.43%
Peebee 48.89%
Jaal Ama Darav 46.21%
Liam Kosta 45.81%
Suvi Anwar 37.04%
Gil Brodie 34.78%
Cora Harper 28.45%
Who is the Fairest of them All? Ryder’s Romances Rated by Attractiveness
The table below shows the results from all respondents, not disaggregated by gender identity or sexual orientation. The mean is the average score. The median is the exact middle value of the ratings – 50% of responses were above it, and 50% of ratings were below it.
Character Mean Median Respondents
Peebee 7.0 7 1400
Suvi Anwar 7.0 7 1388
Cora Harper 6.8 7 1400
Vetra Nyx 6.5 7 1380
Reyes Vidal 6.4 7 1390
Keri T’Vessa 6.0 6 1380
Jaal Ama Darav 5.3 6 1371
Avela Kjar 5.1 5 1348
Liam Kosta 4.9 5 1370
Gil Brodie 4.6 5 1373
Peebee and Suvi are in a dead heat for the lead. Reyes is the best-liked male character, in the middle of the table. Gil comes in last, behind Liam. As with DarylZer0’s “How Attractive Are Shepard’s Love Interests” survey, the results are heavily skewed due to the fact that male heterosexuals are the single largest group (57.4%) among respondents and have the strongest tendency to give male characters ‘1’ ratings. This tended to drag down the mean of male characters. In fact, male heterosexuals handed out the lowest rating to characters far more than any other group, at 10.5% frequency. The group least inclined to give a ‘1’ was male bisexuals, at just 3.8% of all scores given by that demographic.
Breaking down the results by gender reveals just how these factors affect ratings. First, the results from males:
Character Mean Median Respondents
Cora Harper 7.3 8 1038
Peebee 7.3 8 1033
Suvi Anwar 7.3 8 1030
Vetra Nyx 6.4 7 1023
Keri T’Vessa 6.3 7 1025
Reyes Vidal 5.6 6 1010
Avela Kjar 5.2 5 992
Jaal Ama Darav 4.7 5 1013
Liam Kosta 4.4 5 1011
Gil Brodie 4.3 5 1011
As might be expected, the results are fairly similar to the aggregated scores. Cora, Peebee, and Suvi are all within a hair’s breadth of each other and the top slot. Male characters languish in the second half of the table. The results are pretty heavily influenced by the fact that heterosexual males made up 81.6% of all male respondents.
Here are the results from females:
Character Mean Median Respondents
Reyes Vidal 8.2 8 366
Vetra Nyx 6.9 7 343
Jaal Ama Darav 6.6 7 354
Liam Kosta 6.3 6 345
Suvi Anwar 6.2 7 344
Peebee 6.1 7 353
Cora Harper 5.6 6 348
Gil Brodie 5.4 6 348
Keri T’Vessa 5.2 5 341
Avela Kjar 5.0 5 343
Males trended towards the top of the table as the majority of female respondents were heterosexual (56.8%). Cora, Peebee, and Suvi are pushed down the mid-table, whilst Reyes, Jaal, and Liam shoot to the top of the board, all three leaping up five places from their previous positions.
And the results from non-binary respondents:
Character Mean Median Respondents
Vetra Nyx 7.1 8 14
Reyes Vidal 6.9 8 14
Peebee 6.8 7 14
Jaal Ama Darav 6.2 5.5 13
Cora Harper 6 6.5 14
Liam Kosta 5.6 6.5 14
Suvi Anwar 5.6 6 14
Keri T’Vessa 5.2 5 14
Avela Kjar 5.1 5 13
Gil Brodie 3.6 4.5 14
The sample size from non-binary respondents is so small that it’s doubtful useful conclusions can be drawn, but Vetra and Reyes, favourites with the females, and Peebee, favourite with the males, fill out the top three.
How does sexual orientation affect results? Here are the results from heterosexual males:
Character Mean Median Respondents
Peebee 7.5 8 840
Suvi Anwar 7.5 8 837
Cora Harper 7.4 8 845
Vetra Nyx 6.6 7 831
Keri T’Vessa 6.3 7 834
Reyes Vidal 5.3 6 816
Avela Kjar 5.2 5 809
Jaal Ama Darav 4.7 5 819
Liam Kosta 4.2 5 818
Gil Brodie 3.9 4 817
This is almost exactly as you’d expect, and closely mirrors the overall results. Keri and Reyes have swapped places, female characters’ scores are higher, and male characters’ scores are lower. There aren’t really any surprises here.
Bisexual males:
Character Mean Median Respondents
Peebee 7.2 7 114
Reyes Vidal 7.1 7 113
Cora Harper 7.0 7.5 114
Suvi Anwar 6.7 7 114
Keri T’Vessa 6.4 7 114
Vetra Nyx 5.8 6.5 114
Gil Brodie 5.7 6 113
Liam Kosta 5.6 6 113
Avela Kjar 5.2 5 109
Jaal Ama Darav 4.9 5 113
Things are shaken up quite a bit with the bisexual males. The range of means is less broad, and whilst females still dominate the upper half of the table, Reyes has shot up to second place, whilst Jaal has fallen into last place.
Homosexual males:
Character Mean Median Respondents
Reyes Vidal 7.6 8 73
Gil Brodie 6.5 7 73
Suvi Anwar 6.3 7 71
Vetra Nyx 6.1 6.5 70
Cora Harper 5.9 6 71
Jaal Ama Darav 5.8 6 73
Peebee 5.7 6 71
Liam Kosta 5.5 6 72
Keri T’Vessa 5.3 5 69
Avela Kjar 4.4 5 66
We get a different picture again from the homosexual males. It’s not surprising that Reyes and Gil – the only two male romances available to a male Ryder – are occupying the top, but Suvi’s popular too in third. Cora has slipped to fifth, and Peebee has crashed down into seventh.
Other orientation males:
Character Mean Median Respondents
Vetra Nyx 6.8 7 8
Suvi Anwar 6.4 6 8
Reyes Vidal 6.3 6 8
Cora Harper 6.1 6 8
Keri T’Vessa 6 5 8
Gil Brodie 5.9 7 8
Peebee 5.6 6 8
Jaal Ama Darav 5.3 5 8
Avela Kjar 5 5 8
Liam Kosta 4.8 5 8
Again the sample size is really too small to draw useful conclusions, but Cora and Peebee seem to be less popular, whilst Reyes and Gil gain a small boost, as do Vetra and Suvi.
Heterosexual females:
Character Mean Median Respondents
Reyes Vidal 8.4 8 194
Jaal Ama Darav 7.2 8 173
Vetra Nyx 6.6 7 171
Liam Kosta 6.4 7 173
Gil Brodie 5.7 6 176
Suvi Anwar 5.7 6 172
Peebee 5.1 6 182
Cora Harper 5.1 5 176
Avela Kjar 4.9 5 172
Keri T’Vessa 4.8 5 170
The heterosexual females expressed very different preferences from the overall scores. In a reversal of the heterosexual males’ results, this table has female characters bar Vetra occupying the second half of the table, whilst males dominate the top. Jaal and Reyes are absolutely storming into the lead, and Gil and Liam have risen to mid-table, a considerable jump compared to their aggregate scores.
Bisexual females:
Character Mean Median Respondents
Reyes Vidal 8.0 8 124
Vetra Nyx 7.0 8 124
Peebee 6.9 7 123
Liam Kosta 6.6 7 124
Suvi Anwar 6.6 7 124
Jaal Ama Darav 6.5 7 124
Cora Harper 6.0 6.5 124
Keri T’Vessa 5.5 6 123
Gil Brodie 5.3 5.5 124
Avela Kjar 5.1 5 124
Reyes is still in the lead for bisexual females, but Vetra proves to be the second favourite. Gil loses the popularity he had with heterosexual females when it comes to bisexual females.
Homosexual females:
Character Mean Median Respondents
Peebee 7.9 8 35
Vetra Nyx 7.4 8 35
Suvi Anwar 7.1 8 35
Cora Harper 6.2 6 34
Keri T’Vessa 5.8 6 35
Reyes Vidal 5.4 6 35
Avela Kjar 5.0 5 34
Jaal Ama Darav 4.9 5 35
Gil Brodie 4.8 5 35
Liam Kosta 4.5 5 35
The table for homosexual females naturally prioritises female characters romanceable by a female Ryder, though Cora still comes in fairly strong in fourth, and the male characters are back in the second half of the table.
Other orientation females:
Character Mean Median Respondents
Reyes Vidal 8.8 9 13
Jaal Ama Darav 8.2 8 13
Vetra Nyx 8.1 8 13
Suvi Anwar 7.1 7 13
Liam Kosta 6.7 7 13
Cora Harper 6.2 6 13
Peebee 5.9 6 13
Avela Kjar 5.6 5 13
Keri T’Vessa 4.9 5 13
Gil Brodie 4.8 5 13
This is another sample size that is too small to make useful conclusions from, however, it bears similarities to the heterosexual females, with Reyes and Jaal at the top and Cora and Peebee mid-table.
TL;DR - Final Summary
When examining Andromeda’s romances, it’s worth keeping in mind that the overall results are wildly skewed due to the fact that 73% were male, and 81.6% of them were heterosexual. Who is actually the most popular serious romance, casual romance, and rated the most attractive varies enormously depending on respondent gender and sexual orientation, and it is more helpful to look at the disaggregated scores in order to understand who is appealing to whom.
Cora – It’s no surprise that Cora is most attractive to heterosexual males, and second to bisexual males. With other groups she tends to be rated middle of the table in attractiveness. Heterosexual males and bisexual males locked in romances with her with almost the exact same frequency – although straight males still preferred Peebee, but for bisexual males Cora was the number one romance pick. However, she was also the character most likely to not be the player’s only romance, and she was not often picked as a casual romance. All in all, Cora’s results are what you’d expect given the demographics, and her screentime.
Gil – Gil was the most attractive to homosexual males, although both bisexual males and heterosexual females both rated him moderately attractive at 5.7. For other groups, Gil often languished in the bottom three in terms of attractiveness. He was rarely chosen as a casual romance pick, and as far as romance lock-ins go he was the first choice, by a long way (43.7%) for male homosexuals but didn’t make it into the top three for any other group. It’s pretty obvious the ball has been dropped here in terms of Gil’s screentime compared to other characters, and in terms of available male-male romance options. Bioware might want to think about that.
Jaal – Reactions to Jaal are very spread across genders and orientations. Heterosexual males, bisexual males, and homosexual females rated him low, heterosexual females let it be known that they rated him highly, and for everyone else Jaal tended to be seen as moderately attractive. Jaal’s second place on straight females’ attractiveness table was also reflected by his second place amongst their romance lock-in picks. His performance is not that surprising given his screentime and status as a squadmate.
Liam – Liam is another character that has lost out somewhat on the romance front. Heterosexual and bisexual females rated him the highest of any groups in attractiveness, but he still never rose above fourth place with either, and with everyone else he shuttles between mid and bottom of the table. He was, however, the third most popular pick for straight females to lock in, though his percentage is a bit low on that (9.6%). Liam is quite clearly underperforming given his screentime and the fact that he is a squadmate. Gil’s problems are explicable in part by his lack of screentime, but that is not the case with Liam.
Peebee – Peebee is fairly dominant in the romance stakes. Heterosexual males, bisexual males, and homosexual females all have her topping their attractiveness charts, with the top rating (7.9) given by homosexual females. She is least attractive to heterosexual females, who rated her 5.1, and otherwise hovers mid-table. She’s the most popular lock-in with straight males and gay females, although bi males prefer to get serious with Cora. She’s also the most frequently picked casual romance when the respondents had a different locked-in romance. This is absolutely not a surprising result in any way. The romantic odds are stacked heavily in Peebee’s favour since she is available to both male and female Ryders, commands the most screentime in her romance of any character (well over an hour, compared to Cora’s 49 minutes as her nearest rival), and lacks the same kind of character flaws that the others have.
Reyes – Well, this is another surprising result, but for the opposite reasons to Gil and Liam. Reyes was considered the most attractive character by heterosexual females, bisexual females, and homosexual males. In fact, of any character across any group, he absolutely crushes the opposition into the ground with a 8.4 rating from straight females. The lowest rating he ever gets is 5.3 from the heterosexual males, and bisexual males gave him 7.1 and only preferred Peebee in the attractiveness stakes. He’s the third most picked casual romance, and when it comes to locking in, he was the most locked in for heterosexual females, second place for homosexual males, and third place for bisexual females – the discrepancy likely owing to the character’s divisive turning point. And this is from a character who is not a squadmate, and whose 26 minute screentime is well below others. Reyes punches well above his weight, and Bioware should probably take notice of this fan favourite.
Suvi – Suvi is equal with Peebee in straight males’ attractiveness ratings, and though she doesn’t top anyone else’s tables, she performs consistently well. She never drops below 5.7 (from heterosexual females), and consistently sits in the top half of all tables except straight females. However, she’s not often locked-in as a romance, the most frequently being 14.8% with gay females. She is doing fairly well considering she’s a non-squadmate. Must be the Scottish accent.
Vetra – Vetra’s a consistent performer in the romance stakes. Straight and gay males place her fourth on their attractiveness tables, though she drops to sixth for bisexual males. She’s in second for gay and bi females, however, and third for straight females. Her highest rating is 7.4 from gay females, and the lowest is 5.8 from bi males. In terms of locking in, straight, bi, and gay males, and bi females make her their third pick, whilst she’s second choice for gay females. Further, straight males who chose her tended not to romance anyone else casually. In short, whilst Vetra isn’t a favourite, people tend to agree that she’s attractive and a desirable romance.
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help with potentiometer to adjust temp controller setpoint

hey all,
so I'm working on making a temp/humidity controller. I would like to be able to change the setpoint without having to upload different code. I made a post awhile ago asking about using binary based rotary switches to do it, and someone suggested just using a potentiometer instead. OF COURSE! why I didn't think of that, I don't know, but at least I know it's an option now.

So from what I've learned it seems like i'd have to do this by using the ADC to convert the Potentiometer's value to a number between 0 and 1023. That part's easy enough since it's basically using the 'AnalogInSerialOut' example from the arduino IDE.

now I've just got to figure out how to go about converting that into a temperature value. it seems like the 'MAP' command would be the best way to do it, but I've got no clue where to start beyond that. I did quite a bit of google searching to try and find a sketch that I can work with to get this done, but I haven't had much luck... if anyone can point me towards a sketch or help me figure out how to do this, I'd really appreciate it.
submitted by Saintskinny51792 to arduino [link] [comments]

The Strange Birth & History of Monero, Part IV: Monero "as it is now"

You can read here part III.
You can read this whole story translated into Spanish here
This is part IV, the last but not least.
Monero - A secure, private, untreceable cryptocurrency
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.0
Notable comments in this thread:
-201: “I would like to offer 1000 MRO to the first person who creates a pool”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6422665#msg6422665)
[tacotime offers bounty to potential pool developer. Bytecoin devs haven’t released any code for pools, and the only existent pool, minergate (in the future related to BCN interests) was closed source]
-256: “Adam back seems to like CryptoNote the better than Zerocash https://twitter.com/adam3us/status/453493394472697856”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6440769#msg6440769)
-264: “update on pools: The NOMP guy (zone117x) is looking to fork his open source software and get a pool going, so one should hopefully be up soon.”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6441302#msg6441302)
-273: “Update on GUI: othe from VertCoin has notified me that he is working on it.”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6442606#msg6442606)
-356: “Everyone wanting a pool, please help raise a bounty with me here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=589533.0
And for the GUI:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=589561.0”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6461533#msg6461533)
[5439 MRO + 0.685 BTC + 5728555.555 BCN raised for pool and 1652 XMR, 121345.46695471 BCN for the GUI wallet. Though this wallet was "rejected" as official GUI because wallet still has to be polished before building a GUI]
-437: “Yes, most Windows users should see a higher hashrate with the new build. You can thank NoodleDoodle. ”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6481202#msg6481202)
-446: “Even faster Windows binaries have just been uploaded. Install for more hash power! Once again, it was NoodleDoodle.”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6483680#msg6483680)
-448: “that almost doubled my hashrate again! GREAT STUFF !!!”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6484109#msg6484109)
-461: “Noodle only started optimization today so there may be gains for your CPU in the future.”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6485247#msg6485247)
[First day of miner optimization by NoodleDoodle, it is only May 1st]
-706: “The unstoppable NoodleDoodle has optimized the Windows build again. Hashrate should more than double. Windows is now faster than Linux. :O”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6549444#msg6549444)
-753: “i here tft is no longer part of the project. so is he forking or relaunching bytecoin under new name and new parameters (merged mining with flatter emission curve.) also. what is the end consensus for the emission curve for monero. will it be adjusted."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6561345#msg6561345)
[May, 5th 2014. TFT is launching FANTOMCOIN, a clone coin which its "only" feature was merged mining]
-761: (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6561941#msg6561941) [May, 5th 2014 – eizh on emission curve and tail emission]
-791: “As promised, I did Russian translation of main topic.”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6565521#msg6565521)
[one among dozens of decentralized and “altruist” collaborators of Monero in minor tasks]
-827: image
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6571652#msg6571652)
-853: (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6575033#msg6575033)
[some are not happy that NoodleDoodle had only released the built binaries, but not the source code]
-950: (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6593768#msg6593768)
[Rias, an account suspected to be related to the Bytecoin scam, dares to tag Monero as “instamine”]
-957: “It's rather bizarre that you're calling this an "instamine" scam when you're so fervently supporting BCN, which was mined 80% before entering the clearnet. Difficulty adjustments are per block, so there is no possibility of an instamine unless you don't publish your blockchain (emission is regular at the preset interval, and scales adequately with the network hash rate). What you're accusing monero of is exactly what ByteCoin did.”
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6594025#msg6594025
[Discussion with rias drags on for SEVERAL posts]
-1016: “There is no "dev team". There is a community of people working on various aspects of the coin.
I've been keeping the repo up to date. NoodleDoodle likes to optimise his miner. TFT started the fork and also assists when things break. othe's been working on a GUI. zone117x has been working on a pool.
It's a decentralized effort to maintain the fork, not a strawman team of leet hackers who dwell in the underbellies of the internet and conspire for instamines.”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6596828#msg6596828)
-1023: “Like I stated in IRC, I am not part of the "dev team", I never was. Just so happens I took a look at the code and changed some extremely easy to spot "errors". I then decided to release the binary because I thought MRO would benefit from it. I made this decision individually and nobody else should be culpable”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6597057#msg6597057)
[Noodledoodle gets rid of the instaminer accusations]
-1029: “I decided to relaunch Monero so it will suit all your wishes that you had: flatter emission curve, open source optimized miner for everybody from the start, no MM with BCN/BMR and the name. New Monero will be ready tomorrow”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6597252#msg6597252)
[people trying to capitalize mistakes is always there.]
-1030: "Pull request has been submitted and merged to update miner speed
It appears from the simplicity of the fix that there may have been deliberate crippling of the hashing algorithm from introduction with ByteCoin."
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6597460#msg6597460
[tacotime “officially” raises suspects of possible voluntarily crippled miner]
-1053: "I don't mind the 'relaunch' or the merge-mining fork or any other new coin at all. It's inevitable that the CryptoNote progresses like scrypt into a giant mess of coins. It's not undesirable or 'wrong'. Clones fighting out among themselves is actually beneficial for Monero. Although one of them is clearly unserious and trolling by choosing the same name.
Anyway, this sudden solidarity with BCN or TFT sure is strange when none of these accounts were around for the discussions that took place 3 weeks ago. Such vested interests with no prior indications. Hmm...? "
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6599013#msg6599013
[eizh points out the apparent organized fudding]
-1061: "There was no takeover. The original developer (who himself did a fork of bytecoin and around a dozen lines of code changes) was non-responsive and had disappeared. The original name had been cybersquatted all over the place (since the original developer did not even register any domain name much less create a web site), making it impossible to even create a suitably named web site. A bunch of us who didn't want to see the coin die who represented a huge share of the hash power and ownership of the coin decided to adopt it. We reached out to the original developer to participate in this community effort and he still didn't respond over 24 hours, so we decided to act to save the coin from neglect and actively work toward building the coin."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6599798#msg6599798)
[smooth defends legitimacy of current “dev team” and decisions taken]
-1074: “Zerocash will be announced soon (May 18 in Oakland? but open source may not be ready then?).
Here is a synopsis of the tradeoffs compared to CyptoNote: […]"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6602891#msg6602891)
[comparison among Zerocash y Cryptonote]
-1083: "Altcoin history shows that except in the case of premine (Tenebrix), the first implementation stays the largest by a wide margin. We're repeating that here by outpacing Bytecoin (thanks to its 80% mine prior to surfacing). No other CN coin has anywhere near the hashrate or trading volume. Go check diff in Fantom for example or the lack of activity in BCN trading.
The only CN coin out there doing something valuable is HoneyPenny, and they're open source too. If HP develops something useful, MRO can incorporate it as well. Open source gives confidence. No need for any further edge."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6603452#msg6603452)
[eizh reminds everyone the “first mover” advantage is a real advantage]
-1132: "I decided to tidy up bitmonero GitHub rep tonight, so now there is all valuable things from latest BCN commits & Win32. Faster hash from quazarcoin is also there. So BMR rep is the freshest one.
I'm working on another good feature now, so stay tuned."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6619738#msg6619738)
[first TFT apparition in weeks, he somehow pretends to still be the "lead dev"]
-1139: "This is not the github or website used by Monero. This github is outdated even with these updates. Only trust binaries from the first post."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6619971#msg6619971)
[eizh tries to clarify the community, after tft interference, which are the official downloads]
-1140: “The faster hash is from NoodleDoodle and is already submitted to the moner-project github (https://github.com/monero-project/bitmonero) and included in the binaries here.
[trying to bring TFT back on board] It would be all easier if you just work together with the other guys, whats the problem? Come to irc and talk like everyone else?
[on future monero exchangers] I got confirmation from one."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6619997#msg6619997)
[8th may 2014, othe announces NoodleDoodle optimized miner is now open source, asks TFT to collaborate and communicates an exchanger is coming]
-1146: "I'll be impressed if they [BCN/TFT shills] manage to come up with an account registered before January, but then again they could buy those.”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6620257#msg6620257)
[smooth]
-1150: “Ring signatures mean that when you sign a transaction to spend an output (coins), no one looking at the block chain can tell whether you signed it or one of the other outputs you choose to mix in with yours. With a mixing factor of 5 or 10 after several transactions there are millions of possible coins all mixed together. You get "anonymity" and mixing without having to use a third party mixer.”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6620433#msg6620433)
[smooth answering to “what are ring signatures” in layman terms]
-1170: "Someone (C++ skilled) did private optimized miner a few days ago, he got 74H/s for i5 haswell. He pointed that mining code was very un-optimized and he did essential improvements for yourself. So, high H/S is possible yet. Can the dev's core review code for that?"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6623136#msg6623136)
[forums are talking about an individual or group of individuals with optimized miners - may 9th 2014]
-1230: "Good progress on the pool reported by NOMP dev zone117x. Stay tuned, everyone.
And remember to email your favorite exchanges about adding MRO."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6640190#msg6640190)
-1258: "This is actually as confusing to us as you. At one point, thankful_for_today said he was okay with name change: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=563821.msg6368600#msg6368600
Then he disappeared for more than a week after the merge mining vote failed.”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6645981#msg6645981)
[eizh on the TFT-issue]
-1358: “Jadehorse: registered on 2014-03-06 and two pages of one line posts:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=263597
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=263597;sa=showPosts
Trustnobody: registered on 2014-03-06 and two pages of one line posts:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=264292
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=264292;sa=showPosts
You guys should really just stop trying. It is quite transparent what you are doing. Or if you want to do it, do it somewhere else. Everyone else: ignore them please."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6666844#msg6666844)
[FUD campaign still ongoing, smooth battles it]
-1387: "The world’s first exchange for Monero just opened! cryptonote.exchange.to"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6675902#msg6675902)
[David Latapie announces an important milestone: exchanger is here]
-1467: "image"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6686125#msg6686125)
[it is weird, but tft appears again, apparently as if he were in a parallel reality]
-1495: “http://monero.cc/blog/monero-price-0-002-passed/”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6691706#msg6691706)
[“trading” milestone reached: monero surpassed for first time 0.002 btc price]
-1513: "There is one and only one coin, formerly called Bitmonero, now called Monero. There was a community vote in favor (despite likely ballot stuffing against). All of the major stakeholders at the time agreed with the rename, including TFT.
The code base is still called bitmonero. There is no reason to rename it, though we certainly could have if we really wanted to.
TFT said he he is sentimental about the Bitmonero name, which I can understand, so I don't think there is any malice or harm in him continuing to use it. He just posted the nice hash rate chart on here using the old name. Obviously he understands that they are one and the same coin."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6693615#msg6693615)
[Smooth clears up again the relation with TFT and BMR. Every time he appears it seems to generate confusion on newbies]
-1543: "Pool software is in testing now. You can follow the progress on the pool bounty thread (see original post on this thread for link)."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6698097#msg6698097)
-1545: "[on the tail emission debate] I've been trying to raise awareness of this issue. The typical response seems to be, "when Bitcoin addresses the problem, so will we." To me this means it will never be addressed. The obvious solution is to perpetually increase the money supply, always rewarding miners with new coins.
Tacotime mentioned a hard fork proposal to never let the block reward drop below 1 coin:
Code: if (blockReward < 1){ blockReward = 1; }
I assume this is merely delaying the problem, however. I proposed a fixed annual debasement (say 2%) with a tx fee cap of like 0.001% of the current block reward (or whatever sounds reasonable). That way we still get the spam protection without worrying about fee escalation down the road."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6698879#msg6698879)
[Johnny Mnemonic wants to debate tail emission. Debate is moved to the “Monero Economy” thread]
-1603: “My GOD,the wallet is very very wierd and too complicated to operate, Why dont release a wallet-qt as Bitcoin?”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6707857#msg6707857)
[Newbies have hard times with monero]
-1605: "because this coin is not a bitcoin clone and so there isnt a wallet-qt to just copy and release. There is a bounty for a GUI wallet and there is already an experimental windows wallet..."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6708250#msg6708250)
-1611: "I like this about Monero, but it seems it was written by cryptographers, not programmers. The damned thing doesn't even compile on Arch, and there are several bugs, like command history not working on Linux. The crypto ideas are top-notch, but the implementation is not."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6709002#msg6709002)
[Wolf0, a miner developer, little by little joining the community]
-1888: "http://198.199.79.100 (aka moneropool.org) successfully submitted a block. Miners will be paid for their work once payments start working.
P.S. This is actually our second block today. The first was orphaned. :/"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6753836#msg6753836)
[May 16th: first pool block]
-1927: "Botnets aren't problem now. The main problem is a private hi-performance miner"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6759622#msg6759622)
-1927: "Evidence?"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6759661#msg6759661)
[smooth about the private optimized miner]
-1937: “[reference needed: smooth battling the weak evidence of optimized miner] Yes, I remember that. Some person on the Internet saying that some other unnamed person said he did something hardly constitutes evidence.
I'm not even doubting that optimized asm code could make a big difference. Just not sure how to know whether this is real or not. Rumors and FUD are rampant, so it is just hard to tell."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6760040#msg6760040)
[smooth does not take the "proof" seriously]
-1949: "image
One i5 and One e5 connected to local pool:
image"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6760624#msg6760624)
[proof of optimized miner]
-1953: "lazybear are you interested in a bounty to release the source code (maybe cleaned up a bit?) your optimized miner? If not, I'll probably play around with the code myself tomorrow and see if I can come up with something, or maybe Noodle Doodle will take an interest."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6760699#msg6760699)
[smooth tries to bring lazybear and his optimized miner on board]
-1957: "smooth, NoodleDoodle just said on IRC his latest optimizations are 4x faster on Windows. Untested on Linux so far but he'll push the source to the git repo soon. We'll be at 1 million network hashrate pretty soon."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6760814#msg6760814)
[eizh makes publics NoodleDoodle also has more miner optimizations ready]
-1985: “Someone (not me) created a Monero block explorer and announced it yesterday in a separate thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=611561.0”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6766206#msg6766206)
[May 16th, 2014: a functional block explorer]
-2018: “Noodle is doing some final tests on Windows and will begin testing on Linux. He expects hashrate should increase across all architectures. I can confirm a 5x increase on an i7 quad-core + Windows 7 64-bit.
Please be patient. These are actual changes to the program, not just a switch that gets flicked on. It needs testing.”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6770093#msg6770093)
[eizh has more info on last miner optimization]
-2023: “Monero marketcap is around $300,000 as of now”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6770365#msg6770365)
-2059: I was skeptical of this conspiracy theory at first but after thinking about the numbers and looking back at the code again, I'm starting to believe it.
These are not deep optimizations, just cleaning up the code to work as intended.
At 100 H/s, with 500k iterations, 70 cycles per L3 memory access, we're now at 3.5 GHz which is reasonably close. So the algorithm is finally memory-bound, as it was originally intended to be. But as delivered by the bytecode developers not even close.
I know this is going to sound like tooting our own horn but this is another example of the kind of dirty tricks you can expect from the 80% premine crowd and the good work being done in the name of the community by the Monero developers.
Assuming they had the reasonable, and not deoptimized, implementation of the algorithm as designed all along (which is likely), the alleged "two year history" of bytecoin was mined on 4-8 PCs. It's really one of the shadiest and sleaziest premines scams yet, though this shouldn't be surprising because in every type of scam, the scams always get sneakier and more deceptive over time (the simple ones no longer work)."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6773168#msg6773168)
[smooth blowing the lid: if miner was so de-optimized, then BCN adoption was even lower than initially thought]
-2123: (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6781481#msg6781481)
[fluffypony first public post in Monero threads]
-2131: "moneropool.org is up to 2KHs, (average of 26Hs per user). But that's still only 0.3% of the reported network rate of 575Khs.
So either a large botnet is mining, or someone's sitting quietly on a much more efficient miner and raking in MRO."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6782192#msg6782192)
[with pools users start to notice that “avg” users account for a very small % of the network hashrate, either botnets or a super-optimized miner is mining monero]
-2137: “I figure its either:
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6782852#msg6782852)
-2192: “New source (0.8.8.1) is up with optimizations in the hashing. Hashrate should go up ~4x or so, but may have CPU architecture dependence. Windows binaries are up as well for both 64-bit and 32-bit."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6788812#msg6788812)
[eizh makes official announce of last miner optimization, it is may 17th]
-2219: (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6792038#msg6792038)
[wolf0 is part of the monero community for a while, discussing several topics as botnet mining and miner optimizations. Now spots security flaws in the just launched pools]
-2301: "5x optimized miner released, network hashrate decreases by 10% Make your own conclusions. :|"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6806946#msg6806946)
-2323: "Monero is on Poloniex https://poloniex.com/exchange/btc_mro"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6808548#msg6808548)
-2747: "Monero is holding a $500 logo contest on 99designs.com now: https://99designs.com/logo-design/contests/monero-mro-cryptocurrency-logo-design-contest-382486"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6829109#msg6829109)
-2756: “So... ALL Pools have 50KH/s COMBINED.
Yet, network hash is 20x more. Am i the only one who thinks that some people are insta mining with prepared faster miners?”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6829977#msg6829977)
-2757: “Pools aren't stable yet. They are more inefficient than solo mining at the moment. They were just released. 10x optimizations have already been released since launch, I doubt there is much more optimization left.”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6830012#msg6830012)
-2765: “Penalty for too large block size is disastrous in the long run.
Once MRO value increases a lot, block penalties will become more critical of an issue. Pools will fix this issue by placing a limit on number and size of transactions. Transaction fees will go up, because the pools will naturally accept the most profitable transactions. It will become very expensive to send with more than 0 mixin. Anonymity benefits of ring signatures are lost, and the currency becomes unusable for normal transactions.”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6830475#msg6830475)
-2773: "The CryptoNote developers didn't want blocks getting very large without genuine need for it because it permits a malicious attack. So miners out of self-interest would deliberately restrict the size, forcing the network to operate at the edge of the penalty-free size limit but not exceed it. The maximum block size is a moving average so over time it would grow to accommodate organic volume increase and the issue goes away. This system is most broken when volume suddenly spikes."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6830710#msg6830710)
-3035: "We've contributed a massive amount to the infrastructure of the coin so far, enough to get recognition from cryptonote, including optimizing their hashing algorithm by an order of magnitude, creating open source pool software, and pushing several commits correcting issues with the coin that eventually were merged into the ByteCoin master. We also assisted some exchange operators in helping to support the coin.
To say that has no value is a bit silly... We've been working alongside the ByteCoin devs to improve both coins substantially."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6845545#msg6845545)
[tacotime defends the Monero team and community of accusations of just “ripping-off” others hard-work and “steal” their project]
-3044: "image"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6845986#msg6845986)
[Monero added to coinmarketcap may 21st 2014]
-3059: "You have no idea how influential you have been to the success of this coin. You are a great ambassador for MRO and one of the reasons why I chose to mine MRO during the early days (and I still do, but alas no soup for about 5 days now)."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6846509#msg6846509)
[random user thanks smooth CONSTANT presence, and collaboration. It is not all FUD ;)]
-3068: "You are a little too caught up in the mindset of altcoin marketing wars about "unique features" and "the team" behind the latest pump and dump scam.
In fact this coin is really little more than BCN without the premine. "The team" is anyone who contributes code, which includes anyone contributing code to the BCN repository, because that will get merged as well (and vice-versa).
Focus on the technology (by all accounts amazing) and the fact that it was launched in a clean way without 80% of the total world supply of the coin getting hidden away "somewhere." That is the unique proposition here. There also happens to be a very good team behind the coin, but anyone trying too hard to market on the basis of some "special" features, team, or developer is selling you something. Hold on to your wallet."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6846638#msg6846638)
[An answer to those trolls saying Monero has no innovation/unique feature]
-3070: "Personally I found it refreshing that Monero took off WITHOUT a logo or a gui wallet, it means the team wasn't hyping a slick marketing package and is concentrating on the coin/note itself."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6846676#msg6846676)
-3119: “image
[included for the lulz]
-3101: "[…]The main developers are tacotime, smooth, NoodleDoodle. Some needs are being contracted out, including zone117x, LucasJones, and archit for the pool, another person for a Qt GUI, and another person independently looking at the code for bugs."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6848006#msg6848006)
[the initial "core team" so far, eizh post]
-3123: (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6850085#msg6850085)
[fluffy steps-in with an interesting dense post. Don’t dare to skip it, worthwhile reading]
-3127: (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6850526#msg6850526)
[fluffy again, worth to read it too, so follow link, don’t be lazy]
-3194: "Hi guys - thanks to lots of hard work we have added AES-NI support to the slow_hash function. If you're using an AES-NI processor you should see a speed-up of about 30%.”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6857197#msg6857197)
[flufflypony is now pretty active in the xmr topic and announces a new optimization to the crippled miner]
-3202: "Whether using pools or not, this coin has a lot of orphaned blocks. When the original fork was done, several of us advised against 60 second blocks, but the warnings were not heeded.
I'm hopeful we can eventually make a change to more sane 2- or 2.5-minute blocks which should drastically reduce orphans, but that will require a hard fork, so not that easy."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6857796#msg6857796)
[smooth takes the opportunity to remember the need of bigger target block]
-3227: “Okay, optimized miner seems to be working: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=619373”
[wolf0 makes public his open source optimized miner]
-3235: "Smooth, I agree block time needs to go back to 2 minutes or higher. I think this and other changes discussed (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=597878.msg6701490#msg6701490) should be rolled into a single hard fork and bundled with a beautiful GUI wallet and mining tools."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6861193#msg6861193)
[tail emission, block target and block size are discussed in the next few messages among smooth, johnny and others. If you want to know further about their opinions/reasonings go and read it]
-3268: (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6862693#msg6862693)
[fluffy dares another user to bet 5 btc that in one year monero will be over dash in market cap. A bet that he would have lost as you can see here https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20150524/ even excluding the 2M “instamined” coins]
-3283: "Most of the previous "CPU only" coins are really scams and the developers already have GPU miner or know how to write one. There are a very few exceptions, almost certainly including this one.
I don't expect a really dominant GPU miner any time soon, maybe ever. GPUs are just computers though, so it is certainly possible to mine this on a GPU, and there probably will be a some GPU miner, but won't be so much faster as to put small scale CPU miners out of business (probably -- absent some unknown algorithmic flaw).
Everyone focuses on botnets because it has been so long since regular users were able to effectively mine a coin (due to every coin rapidly going high end GPU and ASIC) that the idea that "users" could vastly outnumber "miners" (botnet or otherwise) isn't even on the radar.
The vision here is a wallet that asks you when you want to install: "Do you want to devote some of you CPU power to help secure the network. You will be eligible to receive free coins as a reward (recommended) [check box]." Get millions of users doing that and it will drive down the value of mining to where neither botnets nor professional/industrial miners will bother, and Satoshi's original vision of a true p2p currency will be realized.
That's what cryptonote wants to accomplish with this whole "egalitarian mining" concept. Whether it succeeds I don't know but we should give it a chance. Those cryptonote guys seem pretty smart. They've probably thought this through better than any of us have."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6863720#msg6863720)
[smooth vision of a true p2p currency]
-3318: "I have a screen shot that was PMed to me by someone who paid a lot of money for a lot of servers to mine this coin. He won't be outed by me ever but he does in fact exist. Truth."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6865061#msg6865061)
[smooth somehow implies it is not botnets but an individual or a group of them renting huge cloud instances]
-3442: "I'm happy to report we've successfully cracked Darkcoin's network with our new quantum computers that just arrived from BFL, a mere two weeks after we ordered them."
[fluffy-troll]
-3481: “Their slogan is, "Orphaned Blocks, Bloated Blockchain, that's how we do""
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6878244#msg6878244)
[Major FUD troll in the topic. One of the hardest I’ve ever seen]
-3571: "Tacotime wanted the thread name and OP to use the word privacy instead of anonymity, but I made the change for marketing reasons. Other coins do use the word anonymous improperly, so we too have to play the marketing game. Most users will not bother looking at details to see which actually has more privacy; they'll assume anonymity > privacy. In a world with finite population, there's no such thing as anonymity. You're always "1 of N" possible participants.
Zero knowledge gives N -> everyone using the currency, ring signatures give N -> your choice, and CoinJoin gives N -> people who happen to be spending around the same amount of money as you at around the same time. This is actually the critical weakness of CoinJoin: the anonymity set is small and it's fairly susceptible to blockchain analysis. Its main advantage is that you can stick to Bitcoin without hard forking.
Another calculated marketing decision: I made most of the OP about ring signatures. In reality, stealth addressing (i.e. one-time public keys) already provides you with 90% of the privacy you need. Ring signatures are more of a trump card that cannot be broken. But Bitcoin already has manual stealth addressing so the distinguishing technological factor in CryptoNote is the use of ring signatures.
This is why I think having a coin based on CoinJoin is silly: Bitcoin already has some privacy if you care enough. A separate currency needs to go way beyond mediocre privacy improvements and provide true indistinguishably. This is true thanks to ring signatures: you can never break the 1/N probability of guessing correctly. There's no additional circumstantial evidence like with CoinJoin (save for IP addresses, but that's a problem independent of cryptocurrencies)."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6883525#msg6883525)
[Anonymity discussions, specially comparing Monero with Darkcoin and its coinjoin-based solution, keep going on]
-3593: "Transaction fees should be a fixed percentage of the block reward, or at the very least not be controllable by the payer. If payers can optionally pay more then it opens the door for miner discrimination and tx fee bidding wars."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6886770#msg6886770)
[Johnny Mnemonic is a firm defender of fixed fees and tail emission: he see the “fee market” as big danger to the usability of cryptocurrencies]
-3986: (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6930412#msg6930412)
[partnership with i2p]
-4373: “Way, way faster version of cpuminer: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=619373”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6993812#msg6993812)
[super-optimized miner is finally leaked to the public. Now the hashrate is 100 times bigger than originally with crippled miner. The next hedge for "cloud farmers" is GPU mining]
-4877: “1. We have a logo! If you use Monero in any of your projects, you can grab a branding pack here. You can also see it in all its glory right here:
logo […] 4. In order to maintain ISO 4217 compliance, we are changing our ticker symbol from MRO to XMR effective immediately."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg7098497#msg7098497)
[Jun 2nd 2014]
-5079: “First GPU miner: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=638915.0”
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg7130160#msg7130160)
[4th June: Claymore has developed the first CryptoNight open source and publicly available GPU miner]
-5454: "New update to my miner - up to 25% hash increase. Comment and tell me how much of an increase you got from it: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=632724"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg7198061#msg7198061)
[miner optimization is an endless task]
-5464: "I have posted a proposal for fixed subsidy:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=597878.msg7202538#msg7202538"
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg7202776#msg7202776)
[Nice charts and discussion proposed by tacotime, worth reading it]
-5658: "- New seed nodes added. - Electrum-style deterministic wallets have been added to help in the recovery of your wallet should you ever need to. It is enabled by default."
(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg7234475#msg7234475)
[Now you can recover your wallet with a 24 word seed]
-5726: (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg7240623#msg7240623)
[Bitcoin Pizza in monero version: a 2500 XMR picture sale (today worth ~$20k)]
-6905: (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg7386715#msg7386715)
[Monero missives: CryptoNote peer review starts whitepaper reviewed)]
-7328: (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg7438333#msg7438333)
[android monero widget built]
This is a dense digest of the first several thousand messages on the definitive Monero thread.
A lot of things happened in this stressful days and most are recorded here. It can be summarized in this:
  • 28th April: Othe and zone117x assume the GUI wallet and CN pools tasks.
  • 30th April: First NoodleDoodle's miner optimization.
  • 11th May: First Monero exchanger
  • 13th May: Open source pool code is ready.
  • 16th May: First pool mined block.
  • 19th May: Monero in poloniex
  • 20th May: Monero +1100 bitcoin 24h trading volume in Poloniex.
  • 21st May: New official miner optimization x4 speed (accumulated optimization x12-x16). Open source wolf0's CPU miner released.
  • 25th May: partnership with i2p
  • 28th May: The legendary super-optimized miner is leaked. Currently running x90 original speed. Hedge of the "cloud farmers" is over in the cpu mining.
  • 2nd June: Monero at last has a logo. Ticker symbol changes to the definitive XMR (former MRO)
  • 4th June: Claymore's open source GPU miner.
  • 10th June: Monero's "10,000 bitcoin pizza" (2500 XMR paintig). Deterministic seed-based wallets (recover wallet with a 24 word seed)
  • March 2015 – tail emission added to code
  • March 2016 – monero hard forks to 2 min block and doubles block reward
There basically two things in here that can be used to attack Monero:
  • Crippled miner Gave unfair advantage to those brave enough to risk money and time to optimize and mine Monero.
  • Fast curve emission non-bitcoin-like curve as initially advertised and as it was widely accepted as suitable
Though we have to say two things to support current Monero community and devs:
  • The crippled miner was coded either by Bytecoin or CryptoNote, and 100% solved within a month by Monero community
  • The fast curve emission was a TFT miscalculation. He forgot to consider that as he was halving the block target he was unintentionally doubling the emission rate.
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