IIRC it couldn't keep up with the load during meetings with many users
Others may know better
so we went from a project that already had problems being used by masses as it's too technical to one where comms were also made too technical for the masses ... +1 for Grin adoption. If MW is going to be successful as a tech, it doesn't look like it's going to be through Grin
Is Keybase too technical for the masses? Its a standard chat app on all major platforms
If Gitter wasn't working, why would we stay?
standard chat app for which you need to install a client as opposed to a browser based? ... certainly easier
i didn't see any indication of it not coping and if i was a cynical man i'd wonder whether it was more the obsession with encryption than gitter not serving its chat purpose
i'd venture a guess you won't be getting as much attention on keybase as you would on gitter, but good luck to you
For the record, it wasn't my decision, so I don't know why I am coming under fire here... As you can see I am also still on Gitter trying to help bridge the gap
But for what its worth, the switch was discussed several times and I never heard any objections. Maybe someone else can give you a more detailed history of the decision process
@aleqx try to search for anything in the history on gitter, gitter is trash
the gitter apps on the phones are crippled as well
it was also to just pick a place instead of have the conversations so fractured
I try to make myself available everywhere, but Gitter is the only chat app I've found that I could not get to work consistently. Switching was wise.
Hi. Just wondering where the blocks download to when running the .exe on Windows?
Are you using Grin++? I believe that would be a question for @DavidBurkett
Thanks. Another question, what would be the rough minimum PC requirements for a non-mining node? Could a Raspberry Pi run it?
Yes it should run fine on a raspberry pi
Though, rust is memory-hungry so you may need to add a swap file to complete the build.
Hi. I'm new to grin and am trying to setup my once-used mining machine again. I'm running grin-miner (built from source v3.0.0 w/ cuda plugins). It is running, but whether I attach the miner to a local node running on the machine or to a pool, I'm getting a lot of rejected shares. Is this normal?
Hi @DNixonLLC Grin is using "cuckarooM29" now, so you should not use cuckarooD29.
Ok. Thanks. I'll adjust.
@bladedoyle Thanks! Working now.
Nice. I hope you find a block
Maybe someone can help me answer a general question. I'm still confused about what to mine. I have a 1060, 2 1070's, and 2 2080's. The latter I could use to try to mine CT32 but the hash rate would be a lot slower than C29. What should I allocate those 2080's to and why (in a practical sense)?
Somewhat related, is grin-miner the miner to use, or something else?