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Spread.rb must not be random #235

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yegor256 opened this Issue Jun 15, 2018 · 6 comments

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yegor256 commented Jun 15, 2018

Now spread.rb is taking random wallets from the list and pushes them to the network. This is not a reliable algorithms, since many wallets may stay non-pushed for a long time, while others will be spread many times. Let's do something more predictable. Maybe keeping a list of recently pushed wallets somewhere in the array and don't push them again. If we keep that list in a fixed size, we will be sure that until we push the required amount of wallets, we won't duplicate.

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0crat commented Jun 15, 2018

Job #235 is now in scope, role is DEV

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0crat commented Jun 15, 2018

Bug was reported, see §29: +15 point(s) just awarded to @yegor256/z

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0crat commented Jul 2, 2018

@emilianodellacasa/z this job was assigned to you 5days ago. It will be taken away from you soon, unless you close it, see §8. Read this and this, please.

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0crat commented Jul 7, 2018

The user @emilianodellacasa/z resigned from #235, please stop working. Reason for job resignation: It is older than 10 days, see §8

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0crat commented Jul 7, 2018

Resigned on delay, see §8: -30 point(s) just awarded to @emilianodellacasa/z

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0crat commented Sep 13, 2018

The job #235 assigned to @mulev/z, here is why; the budget is 30 minutes, see §4; please, read §8 and §9; if the task is not clear, read this and this; there will be a monetary reward for this job

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