On Fri, May 29, 2015 at 1:39 PM, Gavin Andresen <gavinandre...@gmail.com>

> But if there is still no consensus among developers but the "bigger blocks
> now" movement is successful, I'll ask for help getting big miners to do the
> same, and use the soft-fork block version voting mechanism to (hopefully)
> get a majority and then a super-majority willing to produce bigger blocks.
> The purpose of that process is to prove to any doubters that they'd better
> start supporting bigger blocks or they'll be left behind, and to give them
> a chance to upgrade before that happens.

How do you define that the movement is successful?


> Because if we can't come to consensus here, the ultimate authority for
> determining consensus is what code the majority of merchants and exchanges
> and miners are running.

The measure is miner consensus.  How do you intend to measure
exchange/merchant acceptance?
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