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  Game-Tracker program
Posted by: Todd - 05-04-2019, 05:41 PM - Forum: Programming Languages and Theory - No Replies

This is a small project I am slowly working on with someone. Figured I would share it. Here is my fork of it since he seems to be a little slow in looking over pull requests.

https://github.com/martintc/Game-tracker

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  Weekly Casual Chat #2 (2019-03-22): Screaming in the Ether
Posted by: loadedanvils - 03-22-2019, 05:23 PM - Forum: Off-Topic - No Replies

This is a thread where you can talk about whatever you want. Here's some good things I found recently:

Quantum Computing lectures (not too much background required, but you should follow along with the notation): http://michaelnielsen.org/blog/quantum-c...etermined/

This book (a good introduction): The Age of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and Digital Money Are Challenging the Global Economic Order


I don't want to treat this like my personal journal because I don't want this to get too long, but essentially I've learned to deal with the GRE Subject Math pressure by realizing that I can take the second one in September just in case the April one doesn't go well. I might even still be able to apply for the spring, but if I have to apply for the fall, that works too.

Starting April (after the GRE) I'll be making new threads called Try Something New where anyone can try out something that they've never used before and talk about their experience, especially since I have trouble starting new things because it takes a lot of mental energy. First topic from me will probably be Slackware but if anyone has a good idea feel free to start a new thread.

Since I'm done with the most stressful part of my job, I'm also considering making threads about math topics I'm interested in, like Stochastic Modeling for example, it's a class I wasn't able to put my full attention towards, so it's time to do it justice.

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  Calulating higher derivatives
Posted by: Todd - 03-16-2019, 11:24 AM - Forum: General - Replies (1)

I don't really think this would count as homework help because we havn't exactly gotten to this in class. I just briefly saw it in Essential Calculus: Early Transcendentals that there are derivatives of higher orders.

Would I be correct in assuming that a derivative of the next order is just a derivative of a derivative? As in lets say that f(x) = x^4.

Using the power rule, the derivative would be:

f'(x) = 4x^3

The derivative of the next order would be:

f''(x) = 12x^2

Going along with this pattern:

f'''(x) = 24x

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  Casual Chat Week 1: 2019-03-15
Posted by: loadedanvils - 03-15-2019, 05:32 PM - Forum: Off-Topic - Replies (4)

Hey everyone. There’s not a lot of activity happening on the forum right now, and part of the problem may be that making a thread to start off a discussion is pretty hard when you just want to talk about something you’re thinking about. So here’s a place to talk about whatever’s on your mind, we’ll have a new thread for this once a week on Friday. Who knows, maybe we’ll get some new discussion threads out of it. Have fun!

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  [Megathread] Gridcoin Community Hangouts
Posted by: fkinglag - 03-08-2019, 06:23 PM - Forum: Cryptocurrency - Replies (8)

Why are we holding these hangouts?

  • A mumble conference call can provide significant advantages over communicating via forums and IRC.

  • To create opportunities to inform the public of new Gridcoin, BOINC and related services & their development progress.

  • To bridge relations between the cryptocurrency & BOINC communities.

How long will the hangout last?

If there are not many topics suggested then hangouts won't last longer than an hour, on the other hand if there are many topics suggested then the hangout may last 2-3 hours!
When the Gridcoin Community Hangouts start really picking up traction we can become more strict with allocated speaking time if need be (so you're not waiting hours to talk).


Want to suggest a topic to discuss?
Reply with your suggestions in this megathread.
Can we discuss anything?
It's advisable to stay generally on topic, attendees are distributed around the world so they may not (likely won't) share the same views regarding controversial topics not related to Gridcoin/BOINC/Cryptocurrency.
That said, this 'on topic' guideline fizzles away once official recording has ended & the hangout becomes a more relaxed environment.

Scheduled time for Gridcoin Community Hangouts:
Saturdays, 1900 UTC every week.
Compare 1900 UTC to your timezone.

How to join the server:
                     -Label: any name or title
                     -Address: 207.148.10.181 
                     -Port: 64738 
                     -Username: Enter any username 
                     -Password: (there is no password for this server)
  • Step 4: Join the Gridcoin channel
  • Step 5: Configure your audio wizard & setup Push-To-Talk. Join 10-15 mins before the hangout starts to test your audio configuration.

I hope you decide to attend the hangout - everyone is welcome to join, especially those who suggest topics of discussion in this thread.

Credit goes to Erkan Yilmaz for the source of inspiration for this post.

(YouTube) Livestream 03/02/2019 [2:31:38]

Gridcoin Community Hangout #099:

https://youtu.be/DAzrH0EuRSY

YouTube Alternatives:
Invidious, mirror: https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=DAzrH0EuRSY

BitChute, permalink: https://www.bitchute.com/video/DAzrH0EuRSY/

Next Gridcoin Community Hangout #100 is scheduled for 1900 UTC on 3/09/2019 and will be hosted in mumble at this IP address: 207.148.10.181

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  [Megathread] Cryptocurrency General Discussion
Posted by: fkinglag - 03-08-2019, 05:28 PM - Forum: Cryptocurrency - No Replies

Hello and welcome to the General Discussion forum post/megathread!
Feel free to discuss anything related to cryptocoins.
Please see the posting guidelines thread if you need clarity.
This forum and post is for any open discussion the members want to start that is related to cryptocoins.

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Star Board Guidelines, please read first before posting!
Posted by: fkinglag - 03-08-2019, 05:21 PM - Forum: Cryptocurrency - No Replies

Some Guidelines:

1. Free speech - you can say anything as long as it is relevant and presented in a calm and polite manner. Swearing, SHOUTING etc. make your post more likely to be removed.
2. No zero value posts or threads, like "SELL SELL SELL"
3. No pointless or uninteresting threads.
4. No referral code spam
5. No NSFW content

With that being said, welcome to the cryptocurrency forum board for factsdont.care
The cryptocurrency board here is a forum for coin launches and information about cryptocurrencies.
Anything unrelated to the list below will be moderated:

Cryptocurrency / cryptocoin / token / project launch announcements
Client / Wallet updates
Major coin announcements 

If you have gotten this far please also read:

NO GIVEAWAYS - SPECIFIC THREAD (in thread GIVEAWAY is OK)
NO PROMOTIONS
NO GAMING / GAMBLING
NO REFERRALS
NO REPOST DISCUSSIONS THREADS
(please post them in the Cryptocurrency Discussions megathread, this forum is for post-discussion, coin launches and updates)

ALL THE ABOVE WILL BE DELETED OR MOVED WITHOUT NOTICE, DEPENDING ON THE CONTENT.

Use this forum for Cryptocurrency DISCUSSION only. Please use other forums for related content. This post is subject/due to change.

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  5.0
Posted by: bash.sh - 03-04-2019, 07:31 PM - Forum: Unix/Linux - No Replies

The long awaited Linux kernel 4.21 was released as 5.0 yesterday with some interesting features. These include, but aren't limited to:

     1) Highly anticipated support for FreeSync for AMD GPUs
     2) Support for new GPU features from NVIDIA and AMD
     3) Initial support for VegaM and Turing from AMD and NVIDIA respectively
     4) Initial support for Intel Icelake CPU integrated graphics
     5) Adiantum and Streebog cryptographic algorithms were added

     6) Fscrypt adiantum support (Google's new encryption stuff)
     7) Performance improvements to retpoline (used for spectrev2 mitigation)
     8) Scalable I/O virtualization through adding support to Intel VT-d scalable mode
     9) Various drivers were added, such as the Raspberry Pi touchscreen driver

Post below if any of you have used it yet

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  Critical bug haunts Mac OS kernel
Posted by: bash.sh - 03-04-2019, 07:09 PM - Forum: Cybersecurity - Replies (1)

Google's infamous Project Zero disclosed a severe bug on Mac OS's XNU kernel earlier this morning. It allows the filesystem to be manipulate without alerting the operating system. This is the next bug in a littany of flaws that have been surfacing regarding the XNU kernel in the past 6 months or so. More disturbing is the lack of stringent auditing like in OpenBSD. The linux kernel has far more auditing done on it I would imagine and even it has had quite a number of security vulnerabilities in the last few years

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  UPDATE: Planned Maintainance (27FEB19)
Posted by: Todd - 02-28-2019, 07:20 AM - Forum: Updates, News, and Changelog - Replies (1)

Hello all,

Just a quick announcement. During the night on May 1st, the forum may be down for some planned maintenance. An update of the MyBB forum software is released and the plan is to make the updates that night. I do not think it will impact anyone since not many users right now seem to traffic the forum in the middle of the night, however, I am making this announcement in the event that someone might. The update is migrating from MyBB 1.8.19 to MyBB 1.8.20. I plan to start the updating process sometime around 2300 pacific time (maybe later depending on the kids). My hope is that this will not take long and be a smooth transition. However, this is my first time performing an upgrade on MyBB, so I am unclear of how long the process will take. Hopefully after this update, in the future I hope I will be able to give a solid window for any future planned maintenance such as this.

During the night, I might also be improving some more functionality on the administration side of things that night also as time allows. If I am able to get to this, this should not impact the forum. First priority will be upgrade of MyBB.

Thank you,
Todd


Quote:MyBB 1.8.20 Released — Security & Maintenance Release

MyBB 1.8.20 is now available, and is a security & maintenance release.
This release includes allowing users to see their unapproved content and view user referrals; compatibility with PHP >= 7.2 has been improved and jQuery has been upgraded to 3.0.0, which might affect custom JavaScript code in plugins and themes.
  • 5 security vulnerabilities addressed:
    • Medium risk: Reset Password reflected XSS
    • Medium risk: ModCP Profile Editor username reflected XSS — reported by Jovan Zivanovic of MaTRIS Research Group, SBA Research
    • Low risk: Predictable CSRF token for guest users — reported by Devilshakerz of MyBB Team
    • Low risk: ACP Stylesheet Properties XSS — reported by Cillian Collins
    • Low risk: Reset Password username enumeration via email — reported by Abdullah Md. Shaleh
  • 42 issues resolved

Check Release Notes for a list of changes to language files, templates and unresolved issues.
Get latest MyBB Full & Upgrade Packages →
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Go to mybb.com/security to report possible security concerns or to learn more about security research at MyBB.
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MyBB Team

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