It's been over a month since the last update, so I'm sure you are all eager for the latest MintCoin news. This month one of the other MintCoin team members has helped me write the update. I think that it is nice to have more voices updating the MintCoin world, and hopefully you will too.

MintCoin Conference Call

The current team working on MintCoin chats every day via Telegram, but we have never spoken to each other. We had our first conference call on 2018-09-19. While a short call, it was nice to hear the voices of the people that have been dedicating time to MintCoin. We intend to have them more frequently to help coordinate our efforts.

New New New Website (news from EuroCentiem)

You've probably noticed that last month we have lost control of our main website and basically all our media channels. This was due to the fact that one of our oldest and most appreciated MintCoin member MintyAllDay stopped running the site.

We are still trying to get in touch with him but in the meantime we have started a new website, https://www.mintcoinofficial.eu, and other social media channels. We also have volunteers posting news into those channels to improve the public's MintCoin awareness. So please share, like and follow these social media channels amongst your friends and cryptogroups, this will help us to spread the news faster and wider.

Although we like our fresh and Minty main website we also noticed that it is not very SEO friendly meaning that it is hard to find through search engines, it is also time consuming to add new content and/or news.

So we are in the background preparing an additional informational MintCoin information website where we will post news and updates in the future and by doing this improving our SEO and visibility on the web.

The Great MintCoin Information Cleanup

With a shiny new web site and Twitter account, we decided to get references fixed everywhere. We've had pretty pretty good progress, with a semi-official versions of:

  • Web site (https://www.mintcoinofficial.eu)
  • E-mail (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
  • Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MintCoin-Official-Community-328740334335003)
  • Twitter (@MintCoin_Team)
  • Reddit (r/MintCoin)
  • Telegram (https://t.me/OfficialMintcoin)
  • Discord (https://discord.gg/g9EeSk3)
  • GitHub (https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet)

For Facebook and Twitter there are old sites or accounts that do not reflect current MintCoin work, but we are still hopeful we can eventually get everything fixed.

We also managed to get information updated in a lot of sites that are run by other people, like Coin Market Cap, Coingecko, CryptoPanic, and the Cryptos and Coins Wiki. Additionally we are working with exchanges that carry MintCoin to get their information about MintCoin up to date.

There are sadly sites which we may never be able to get fixed, such as old GitHub repositories, YouTube channels, and so on. If you know people who were around years ago on MintCoin please ask them to contact us so we can either administer the site for them or just give them the current correct MintCoin information.

Finally, if you find a site that has an outdated or in any other way incorrect information about MintCoin, please let us know and we'll try to get it fixed as best we can.

MintCoin Code of Conduct

We would like MintCoin and the MintCoin community to be as welcoming as possible. One tool used to help in this is a Code of Conduct. This is a document which writes down how we expect to treat each other, and what happens if someone acts in a way that we do not accept, such as by harassing someone or with other unacceptable behavior.

I took an example policy from the Geek Feminism wiki and modified it slightly. A draft is available here:

https://github.com/shane-kerr/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet/blob/code-of-conduct/doc/code-of-conduct.md

This is not final, and needs to be updated to make it more minty (it feels very legalistic and American in tone, which is probably not appropriate for a relaxed and friendly community like MintCoin). I also need to make sure all of the administrators are happy to help with enforcement. And most importantly, we need to make sure that the community is willing to accept whatever code we end up with.

We have had times in the past where people crossed the line from vigorous disagreement into personal attacks, which doesn't feel minty at all to me. A Code of Conduct should help us all remember to stay nice.

MintTorrent (news from EuroCentiem)

Another topic that we frequently heard from our community is the availability/location of the bootstrap to get synchronized with the blockchain and start minting.

Hence we have launched a torrent with a bootstrap of the last blockchain of our own wallets. We will update the torrent more frequently (we are committed to once a month). We recommend that you only download the torrent file through https://www.mintcoinofficial.eu and not by links handed over by other sources.

The dev team is also looking into possibility of implementing that functionality directly into the MintCoin Wallet.

Clicking on the "MintCoin Bootstrap Torrent" button should open your favourite Torrent downloader. Just let it run until you received the complete file and follow the installation instructions.

We would also appreciate if you keep "seeding" this file in your Torrent Client for 45 days to support the other MintCoin users that download the bootstrap you can limit in most clients the bandwidth upload. Don't worry this download will be automatically be invalid after 45 days when a new a bootstrap is published.

MintCoin Origami (news from EuroCentiem)

Then an older topic whether or not there existed a MintCoin paper wallet like the project that we have on GitHub. It has always existed and was online at:

https://walletgenerator.net/?currency=MintCoin

We are now looking into on hosting it onto our own servers and domain so that we can guarantee that there is no sneakpeaking during online usage and creation of the paper wallets keys.

Wallet Updates

With all the other work going on, only a few minor updates to the wallet have been made since the last MintCoin development update:

We also have a 8 new issues reported on GitHub. This is a lot, and we will look into them. The good news is that this means that there are people using the new wallet and they have found out how to report problems so we can fix them!

Some research into how to download torrents has been done, but it is far from complete. It is possible that we may be able to speed up syncing in other ways and not need to do this in the wallet itself, but more investigation is needed.

Orange Pi with a sprig of Mint

After weeks of synchronizing, we finally have an Orange Pi running the MintCoin wallet! This is a relatively cheap SBC (single-board computer), like the Raspberry Pi. What allows it to run MintCoin while the Raspberry Pi cannot is that it has 2 GByte of RAM. It seems like a nice solution for low-power minting, with something like 1 to 3 watts of power needed.

It can receive and send MintCoin without any problems. It is currently holding some MintCoin that will mature in 16 more days, and then we can confirm that minting also works.

Once we have verified that the wallet works, we will provide information on how to set up your own. If there is interest we may sell these with the MintCoin wallet pre-installed so you can transfer your MintCoin there and let it quietly mint for you.

The Best Way to Buy MintCoin

When MintCoin was selling for 2 satoshi recently, I wanted to convert some of my other altcoin to MintCoin. I was unsure whether I should first convert to Bitcoin, or Litecoin, and so on. Also, which exchange would give the best rates?

I wrote a tool which would help predict this for me, which you can use here:

https://anguished-memorable-doctor.anvil.app/

It connects to the three exchanges that carry MintCoin and have an API that works from your browser. (Using the API from your browser is handy for me because it means I don't have to set up a backend server somewhere, and it is nice for you because nobody has to see what conversions you are doing except the exchanges themselves.)

It actually looks at the order books and figures out how much each transaction would give you, including exchange fees. So, for example, imagine that you wanted to convert Bitcoin Cash (BCH) into MintCoin (MINT). This makes a lot of sense because Bitcoin Cash is Proof-of-Work (PoW) and therefore not really sustainable in the same way that MintCoin is. πŸƒ

So, using the took you can see that right now if have 0.1 BCH and you convert first to Bitcoin (BTC) you will end up with about 260k MINT, whereas if you convert first to Dogecoin (DOGE) you will end up with about 285k MINT, and if you convert first to Litecoin (LTC) you will end up with about 350k MINT. That's about β…“ more MINT!

Markets change all the time, so you would benefit from using the tool whenever you are thinking of buying MINT.

While I wrote the tool for MintCoin, it supports all of the crypto-currencies at all exchanges. I don't recommend using it for anything other than buying more MintCoin, but feel free to experiment if you ever need to use any other currencies. πŸ˜‰

That's it for this update.

Stay Minty,
Shane Kerr

One small release for MintCoin, one minty release for mankind.

I'm feeling especially minty today, since we finally have a new release of the MintCoin wallet!

MintCoin 2.1.0

While the plan was to publish a release candidate today, we had positive feedback from beta users and no additional changes, so I decided to push the schedule and make the release today the official 2.1.0 release.

You can read all about the release - and download the new softare - on the GitHub release page:

https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet/releases/tag/v2.1.0

Please have a look at the notes there to see a summary of some of the most important fixes and changes with this release.

While this release doesn't solve all of the MintCoin problems, it gives us a much more solid foundation moving forward.

 

It's been a long, hot summer in the northern hemisphere. Things look like they may finally be starting to cool off, which means time to stop gulping down mint juleps and start working on MintCoin.

MintCoin 2.1 RC (release candidate) Date

I had a talk with some interested MintCoin folks, and decided that we need a deadline to focus the mind and get things going.

MintCoin will have a 2.1 release candidate on 2018-09-01.

Packaging a Windows Installer

The main work for the release remains - as it has for some time now - packaging the software. I noticed a file called setup.nsi in the share directory of the source, and am pretty sure that this is a configuration file for the Nullsoft Scriptable Install System (NSIS). Using this we should be able to build a Windows installer from our Travis CI setup, which has been our biggest hurdle for a while.

Let's hope so, since we have just over 3 weeks to get this working!

The plan is to release both a "normal" and "snapshotted" binary, one with just executables and one with a snapshot included. This will be done for:

  • Linux 32-bit
  • Linux 64-bit
  • macOS 64-bit
  • Windows 32-bit
  • Windows 64-bit

Ideally we will have nice installers (SETUP.EXE for Windows, a dmg file for macOS, and a tarball for Linux), but in the worst case we can just ship a ZIP file for every system.

Administrated

I have gotten owner access to the MintcoinCommunity GitHub organization! This means that I can do a few more administration tasks, such as adding additional reviewers if there are people in the community willing to take on such work.

Wishing you minty cool days,
Shane Kerr

 

MintCoin development is not dead, just resting.

It has been just over a month since the last development update. Your intrepid author has been distracted by things, so progress has been slow. Fear not! Some work has been done, and we will try to pick up the pace in the future.

Yet Another MintCoin Exchange

The altilly exchange carries MintCoin, with BTC, ETH, LTC, and even USDT pairs available.

https://www.altilly.com/

It looks very cool.

Code Changes

EuroCentium has been working on the user interface of the wallet, and put together a presentation with possible ideas for changes. These improvements can probably be done without code changes, which means that designers do not necessarily need to depend on programmers to help with the wallet.

EuroCentium has also submitted a proposed default MintCoin.conf to be used in new setups. This addresses an open issue:

https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet/issues/65

Release Status

Somewhat embarrassingly no progress has been made on the release.

Efforts to push binaries from Travis CI to another host for packaging need a bit of reorganization, since the pull request for anything containing secrets (the user name and password of the destination in this case) has to come from the repository itself. Once that is done then we can get back to packaging and testing the wallet release.

Bring back that Minty feeling,
Shane Kerr

MintCoin Development Update 2018-05-14

Bonjour MintCoin followers!

We didn't have a lot of progress on the MintCoin front since the last update, and your intrepid developer has just arrived in Marseilles. I will be busy with the RIPE meeting there (making the Internet better) instead of working on MintCoin (making crypto currency better). So, this will be the last update for a couple of weeks, when we hope to have lots of progress to report.

Additional Blockchain Snapshot

Our usual source of MintCoin blockchain snapshots, https://snapshot.mintcoin.zone, was down for some time and the maintainer away temporarily. Making another snapshot was not difficult, but finding a place to host it was trickier.

I wanted a place that was free (because I am cheap, and also because I wanted a place that anyone else could easily set up). I needed something like 10 Gbyte of storage, because we want to be able to upload a new version of the snapshot at the same time people are downloading the old one, and this won't fit in 5 Gbyte. I also want basically unlimited transfers, since it does not take very many people downloading a snapshot to use a lot of transfer bandwidth.

People suggested Google Drive, which would probably be fine. But I am already using my Google storage for other things, and didn't really feel like dealing with the hassle of getting a second Google account for this purpose.

I ended up using hubiC for this purpose. It offers 25 Gbyte of free storage, which is enough, and I could not find any mention of a transfer cap. It is a bit slow, so I am willing to consider other suggestions for a hosting site, but it does work.

You can download the current snapshot here:

http://ovh.to/efYTpDa

My plan is to make weekly snapshots, and use a redirect link which always points to the latest version. This should provide some redundancy - having two snapshots should allow us to bootstrap the MintCoin wallet reliably until we get a new wallet out which includes one.

Donations

I got two donations of MintCoin, one from an individual and one from MintyAllDay's MintCoin development fund. Thank you all!

My current plan is to think about setting up a more organized way for people to donate, but I really want to wait until a new version of the wallet is out first. Basically, I feel like until that is delivered no real benefits have been delivered to users so it does not make too much sense.

Code Changes

There have been no new code changes since the last update, although the Italian translation was updated. It is not yet merged into the main branch, but will be as soon as the translator decides that it is good enough.

Release Status

There has not been any progress on the next release since the last update.

GitHub Repository Status

The official GitHub repository remains:

https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet

No issues were closed or added in the official repository.

Goal Recap

While the main focus is on the next release, there are also other goals, such as:

  • Speeding up the initial sync
  • Packages for popular distributions (like Debian and Fedora packages)
  • Wallet code automated testing
  • Reducing the memory footprint
  • Investigating mobile wallets

Slow and steady mints the race,
Shane Kerr

 

Welcome to the E-mail Debt Forgiveness Day edition of the MintCoin Development Update. In that spirit, your humble author hopes that you will forgive this late development update.

It was definitely a quiet week for MintCoin, with King's Day and other things distracting our developers, who all seem to live in Holland.

Windows Startup Problems: Workaround Delivered

In the last update we reported that there were some error messages related to problems for users of the Windows wallet. In an awesome feat of debugging, Rebelway518 discovered that for some reason disabling the splash screen fixes the problem. Here's the workaround:

Make a shortcut to Mintcoin-Qt.exe. Right click on the shortcut->Properties. Then add -splash=0 to the end of the target string. That way you'll only need to double click the shortcut in the future.

Thanks to Rebelway518 for sticking with it! We'll see if this is still necessary on the wallet when we get a new version out, and if so we'll try to get an actual fix.

Code Changes

Due to other committments, no code changes were made since the last update.

Release Status

Since the last update, we have manged to push changes from the Linux and Windows builds to a site where they can be used to build release packages. The macOS builds are still not pushing properly, but should hopefully be working soon.

The release will be "2.1-beta1". The Etherpad with the plan is here:

https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/p/MintCoin-2.1-release-planning

You can always look at the current state of the Travis CI for MintCoin here:

https://travis-ci.org/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet

That means that we still have two major things left to do before the beta:

  • Add 32-bit Linux support to the Travis CI builds
    This should be possible with something called multiarch; a system where Linux can include libraries for more than one CPU family at a time. Using multiarch we should be able to build for both i686 (32-bit) and x86_64 (64-bit) CPU on Travis CI.

  • Export the results of the Travis CI build for macOS Exports of everything but macOS are working, so once this is done we will have all of our binaries in a place that we can easily distribute and test from.

GitHub Repository Status

The official GitHub repository remains:

https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet

No issues were added or closed in the official repository.

Goal Recap

While the main focus is on the next release, there are also other goals, such as:

  • Speeding up the initial sync
  • Packages for popular distributions (like Debian and Fedora packages)
  • Wallet code automated testing
  • Reducing the memory footprint

Apologies again for the late update as well as the slow progress. Patience dear MintCoin fans!

Next Time Moar Mint,
Shane Kerr

MintCoin Development Update 2018-05-04

Hello everyone! It was Dodenherdenking today here in Holland. We remembered the dead from World War II and later wars with two minutes of silence. Let us all hope that the current wars and conflicts going on around the world today come to an end as quickly as possible, and that soon the only invasions will be new crypo currencies taking over the world.

On a happier note, it is also Star Wars Day! May the Fourth be with MintCoin.

Ciao MintCoin!

We got our first submission of a new translation of the MintCoin menus from pEteRbAn. He is going through the Qt localization for the coin and providing an Italian version. With luck we'll have Italian support for the MintCoin wallet in the next release.

MintCoin Project Continuity

One issue that I have struggled with since starting on MintCoin a few months ago is making sure we have project continuity, meaning the ability of the project to continue independent of any one individual. I believe that the project should try to make sure that it is always possible for someone new to pick up the work and add useful or fun things to it, even if other people may leave the project.

Using GitHub for the code is a good start for this. It is free, and is publicly available to anyone. Coders can make changes to the code and submit them using workflows that are familiar to most people working on open source code these days.

Having Travis CI build and test carries this on further, since it sits on top of GitHub and is also free and open. Today we build for almost all of our target platforms on Travis CI, and the results of that are visible for anyone interested.

Over the last couple weeks I have extended the Travis CI to publish the results of the builds to MEGA.nz. Like GitHub and Travis CI, MEGA is free, and runs on servers maintained by a company without any work needed by anyone in the MintCoin community. It provides ability to allow only users with the password to upload files, but also publish them in a way that anyone can read it, for example a recent build went here:

https://mega.nz/#F!nLZiTaDR!xTSt65WWAYH-78My09WJrw

It is easy to update the Travis CI to publish to a different MEGA account if this one is lost, or even to publish somewhere else like Amazon S3, Google Drive, or many other similar services.

On the development side we are starting to get a reasonable set of tools that can keep MintCoin alive no matter what happens to any one member of the development team.

However, there are a few things missing:

  • We do not have administrator access to the GitHub MintCoin account. This means that we cannot add or remove users. None of the existing administrators has replied to requests for this.

  • The social media situation is a bit of a mess. The owner of the most popular Twitter account does not actively participate in the project any more (please use @MintCoin_, which is run by an active participant). Nobody knows the owner of the Facebook page, although he has declared himself the CEO of MintCoin.

  • The web site is not actively maintained, and there are at least 3 of these that a new user may consider the "real" MintCoin site.

Everything can be fixed, and I think that we can be a community coin that also has enough tools and structure to make it run effectively. The goal should be to make sure that we everyone can help in their own way, while the project is able to continue even as people move on to other endeavors.

Working with Other Coins

I saw that Bitcoin Green was added to Cryptopia, and their goals seem similar to MintCoin. I was thinking maybe we could work together, and possibly even merge the coins at some point.

More recently I was approached by some folks from Social Send Coin who are interested in doing some collaborative work, I think mostly in the area of marketing.

I tend to think that we can work with other coin communities to make all coins stronger, as long as we have similar goals and technologies. If you are interested in this - or hate the idea - please speak up.

Code Changes

The only code change since the last update - except for our new translation - was getting the wallet to send the output of the build to a site so we can build our release packages, as mentioned in the discussion on continuity above.

Release Status

Since the last update, we have manged to push changes from all builds to the MEGA site so we can build release packages.

The release will be "2.1-beta1". The Etherpad with the plan is here:

https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/p/MintCoin-2.1-release-planning

You can always look at the current state of the Travis CI for MintCoin here:

https://travis-ci.org/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet

For the release, we have two pieces of work (yes we said that last week, but this time for sure):

  • Add 32-bit Linux support to the Travis CI builds
    This should be possible with something called multiarch; a system where Linux can include libraries for more than one CPU family at a time. Using multiarch we should be able to build for both i686 (32-bit) and x86_64 (64-bit) CPU on Travis CI.

  • Build the packages for release For Windows we actually have MSI files, which should let us make an installers. Likewise for macOS we have some stuff to put into a DMG file which may provide an installer for Apple systems too. Finally, we need to include a snapshot in our release packages.

GitHub Repository Status

The official GitHub repository remains:

https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet

No issues were closed in the official repository. We added one issue:

  • Always create MintCoin.conf on startup
    We should make sure that we always make a configuration file when the MintCoin wallet starts, if none is present yet. This will make it easier for users to customize their setup if needed.

Goal Recap

While the main focus is on the next release, there are also other goals, such as:

  • Speeding up the initial sync
  • Packages for popular distributions (like Debian and Fedora packages)
  • Wallet code automated testing
  • Reducing the memory footprint
  • Investigating mobile wallets

I've got a good feeling about this,
Shane Kerr

 

Happy 4/20 everyone! Regardless of whether appreciate the leaves celebrated on this day, I'm glad that you're interested in the leafy green goodness of MintCoin.

Like people celebrating 4/20, the crypto markets were also a bit higher this week, with the first sustained recovery in quite a while. The price of MintCoin itself seems pretty stable, but who knows what the future brings?

Code Changes

The focus remains on getting a new release out. But as usual, I was unable to resist making a few small changes to the wallet.

  • Change to date format in logs
    The MintCoin logs used a timestamp format which used the localized format for the date, but a 24-hour value for time. One problem with this is that it is impossible to know if 2/7/18 is February 7 or July 2, since the USA uses a broken date format, and without context it is impossible to know whether the first number is the month or day of the month. The simple solution for this is to use the ISO 8601 date format, which is YYYY-mm-dd. We also took the opportunity to explicitly display the time zone of the logs - which are always in UTC; this was also not clear from the previous format.

  • Minor cleanup of translation files
    The translation files had a broken tag in them. This did not serve any purpose, but did cause warning messages when building the wallet. The broken tag has been removed from both of the supported languages (Russian and English).

MintCoin on the Raspberry Pi - Yet Another Attempt

Rebelway518 on the MintCoin Telegram group decided to see if it is possible to get MintCoin running on a Raspberry Pi. We have tried this in the past, but always been stymied by the lack of memory; MintCoin currently takes almost 2 Gbyte of RAM, and the humble Raspberry Pi only has 1 Gbyte.

However, there is some chance that using a compressed RAM swap space we can perhaps expand the available memory that MintCoin has available to it. One way to do this on Raspbian is with zram. Experiments are ongoing!

Windows Problems

Some users are reporting various scary Windows error messages that are preventing them from running the MintCoin wallet. We have some theories about why this is happening - such as the memory size of MintCoin growing to be too big for the 32-bit Windows wallet, or perhaps some change pushed out by Microsoft recently - but we do not really know. Maybe the new, 64-bit Windows wallet will help the situation? Maybe Microsoft will push a fix for some broken underlying system?

Release Status: the δΈ­ζ–‡ Edition

We still have a release plan for the next release, which we are imaginatively calling "2.1-beta1" for now. The Etherpad with the plan is here:

https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/p/MintCoin-2.1-release-planning

At one point in the past week, some intrepid person translated about half of the release plan to Chinese. You can see that here:

https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/p/MintCoin-2.1-release-planning/timeslider#1608

While we don't mind anyone using the release plan for whatever they want - including translating it to other languages - please don't modify the release plan without chatting to people involved in the release! You can copy the release plan anywhere you want of course. I chose a tool that is easy to use instead of requiring accounts or approvals or something like that. It would be great if we could continue to use it.

As far as actual work since the last update, we have added build support in Travis CI for Windows, both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of both the command-line daemon and the Qt GUI wallet. Now we are building for:

  • Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr)
  • OS X 10.11 (El Capitan)
  • macOS 10.12 (Sierra)
  • macOS 10.13 (High Sierra)
  • Windows

You can always look at the current state of the Travis CI for MintCoin here:

https://travis-ci.org/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet

thought that this would be the last platform that we need, but someone requested that we support 32-bit Linux. Once that is added our set of targets will be complete.

That means that we still have two major things left to do before the beta:

  • Add 32-bit Linux support to the Travis CI builds
    This should be possible with something called multiarch; a system where Linux can include libraries for more than one CPU family at a time. Using multiarch we should be able to build for both i686 (32-bit) and x86_64 (64-bit) CPU on Travis CI. (Note that we might also be able to build for ARM CPU in this way too, but since the Raspberry Pi does not currently seem to be a valid system to run MintCoin on, I do not want to hold up the release for this.)

  • Export the results of the Travis CI build
    This means taking the compiled programs and sending them somewhere useful. It looks like this is straightforward, but the work has to be done.

GitHub Repository Status

The official GitHub repository remains:

https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet

No issues were closed in the official repository.

One issue was added:

Goal Recap

While the main focus is on the next release, there are also other goals, such as:

  • Figuring out the problem some Windows users are having
  • Speeding up the initial sync
  • Packages for popular distributions (like Debian and Fedora packages)
  • Wallet code automated testing
  • Reducing the memory footprint

I think we are all itching for even more exciting changes in MintCoin. This should all be possible once we get our house in order with some fixes to the old wallet.

As always, please contact us if you want to help, or just fork the code on GitHub and start hacking.

Until next time, I am...

Feeling a Minty Fresh this Friday,
Shane Kerr

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