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22-10-2014 04:31:05 <asciilifeform> ;;google kelvin versioning
23-10-2014 02:23:46 <asciilifeform> !s kelvin versioning
27-01-2015 01:57:32 <*> asciilifeform likes kelvin versioning
01-10-2015 03:02:07 <asciilifeform> ;;later tell mod6 ~Kelvin~ versioning
01-10-2015 10:19:30 <mircea_popescu> how would kelvin versioning work for diana's bot ?
22-10-2014 21:09:07 <asciilifeform> i confess - i actually like moldy's 'kelvin versioning.'
01-10-2015 10:20:06 <mircea_popescu> more importantly : if kelvin versioning is not useful for diana's bot, on what exactly does the expectation that kelvin versioning is useful at all rest ?
30-10-2014 21:03:10 <undata> asciilifeform: were we not talking about the kelvin way of versioning code?
23-10-2014 02:23:47 <assbot> 3 results for 'kelvin versioning' : http://search.bitcoin-assets.com/?q=kelvin+versioning
10-02-2015 19:16:34 <asciilifeform> '...so nodes running an older protocol version will be skipped.' << phoundation's answer to us, yes. anyone contemplating kelvin versioning again ? why should enemy have this much of an easy time with rejecting our nodes?
01-10-2015 13:13:20 <asciilifeform> kelvin versioning is for proggy which ~solves~ well-defined problem, yes. it is to signal intent to converge, with exponentially smaller (in practice also ~rarer~) increments on eternal perfection.
22-10-2014 21:10:35 <asciilifeform> on anything, hell, univac. kelvin versioning doesn't mean you will never throw the whole thing away. just experesses the concept that code must cool down to pefect crystalline form, rather than accumulating turdacles.
01-10-2015 13:11:29 <assbot> Logged on 01-10-2015 10:20:06; mircea_popescu: more importantly : if kelvin versioning is not useful for diana's bot, on what exactly does the expectation that kelvin versioning is useful at all rest ?