Re: [Bitcoin-development] we can all relax now

2013-11-06 Thread Kyle Jerviss
You are ignoring the gambler's ruin. We do not operate on an infinite timeline. If you find a big pool willing to try this, please give me enough advance warning to get my popcorn ready. Peter Todd wrote: On Wed, Nov 06, 2013 at 01:06:47PM -0500, Christophe Biocca wrote: I might try

Re: [Bitcoin-development] we can all relax now

2013-11-06 Thread Kyle Jerviss
What I want is configurable 1/10/100 millisecond ticks, and accurate flow of information. It doesn't seem necessary to really emulate the whole protocol, nor to be overly concerned with the content of messages, nor to simulate every little housekeeping step or network message. I'm not

Re: [Bitcoin-development] PSA: Please sign your git commits

2014-05-23 Thread Kyle Jerviss
Multisig is great for irreversible actions, but pointless most of the time, which is why no PGP developer or user ever thought to implement it. If you lose a key and an attacker signs a bogus email or commit with it, we all roll back with no lasting harm done. Wladimir wrote: On Thu, May 22,