The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @lopp ever

August 17th, 2015

@edmundedgar @el33th4xor Indeed, as usual the options are Voice or Exit.

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@el33th4xor It sounds like they’re either jacked up automod or set all submissions to require approval.

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@alansilbert Expect neither cleanliness nor efficiency; human consensus will never be as well oiled as machine consensus.

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@TonySwish @victoriavaneyk Where can we learn about the “Live-Action” token distribution?

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@alansilbert Trying to get a decentralized infrastructure to upgrade takes a long time, thus the long lead time from release to fork trigger

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@alansilbert Isn’t 5 months sufficient time to decide?

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brian_armstrong 3/ the longest chain is by def bitcoin, with a few months warning for when the election happens, users would not experience disruption

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brian_armstrong 2/ the reality is more like an election, there is one clear winner, decided likely within a few hours, in bitcoin you vote on upgrades

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brian_armstrong 1/ A lot of people might misunderstand a bitcoin “fork” as meaning two versions of bitcoin would exist indefinitely, which would be bad.

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@ciscoguru @tylerwinklevoss @OctSkyward Nope; perceived XT node count doesn’t affect the fork, only miners. And miners aren’t anonymous.

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@Jeremy_DeGroot @pig_poetry @Bronto I think it should be obvious that the set of stickers with motorcycle & firearm companies were mine :-)

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The honest thing to do would be to rename /r/bitcoin to /r/bitcoincore - mods seem to be confusing protocol with implementation of protocol.

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@codedlogic @jonmatonis From a technical standpoint it certainly can happen. Every aspect of the protocol is up for debate.

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