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patoshi
anyone look into EOS ? it seems very interesting of how it works.
you buy ram / cpu / bandwidth to launch your dapps and there are 0 fees. im very impressed with the .5 sec block times.

its good to see what others are doing and maybe ardor can leap frog it when the time comes by adopting what works and doesnt in the future.
i'm still grasping how eos works. as it seems very complex on how its setup .. its very develoepr focused it seems.

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igmaca
I can consult with circutor what capacity has their plc and if they can be updated remotely. The technology advances very fast.

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martis
Not talking about complex stuff, like HD space, auto update of node software, etc.

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igmaca
I am in contact with a company that manufactures energy meters for electricity supply companies. I have proposed to incorporate the software package to hold a node on their devices. if the jelurida team is interested, I could arrange a meeting with the CEO. http://circutor.es/en/

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Elizabeth
Fascinating don’t stop thinking about this one!

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patoshi
yea or maybe even sell different "power levels" which is just basically nodes receiving more "leased" ardor or whatever.

fantasy ideas until i can get to it.

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mrv777
So probably need some sort of.product registration too? To connect the node to an account that will earn the ardor

I mean, it just maybe needs a serial number and an Ardor address to connect them
And then some sort of monitoring like peerexplorer that keeps pinging the nodes and looking for these ones
You could have a deluxe version, which comes with an eink display that is setup to show node information and maybe how much the node has earned so far

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patoshi
u manufacturer the nodes.. u can mark each created node you ship... and u can detect if its stays on for X amount of time already. reward node owners like that.

owners that bought these type of preconfigured archival nodes.

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petko
well, it doesn't say a lot :slightly_smiling_face: how is that score calculated, I still don't understand. the answer is somewhere here: https://lucene.apache.org/core/7_0_1/core/org/apache/lucene/search/package-summary.html#scoring. ok I also replied here https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/79998/why-are-ardor-transactions-called-via-the-api-not-in-chronological-order-by-time/ (my answer is as good as I could understnad how Lucene works)

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mrv777
Might be good to add that to the new wiki

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petko
ah yes, so my bad. They are `ORDER BY ft.score DESC` (whatever that is). they are ordered by ScoreDoc.score - see https://lucene.apache.org/core/7_2_1/core/index.html?org/apache/lucene/search/ScoreDoc.html

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mrv777
In what order are the results returned. It doesn't seem to be chronological. It says they are returned in relevance order. It's not clear how that relevance is calculated though and/or if there is a way to get them returned on chronological order

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petko
Hi, what is the question exactly? I don't think results are weighted by some relativity score.

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Oh, for the search data tag I'm not sure how they weight the returned items to see which one is most relative. Good question for @riker or @petko

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patoshi
answer me and i thumbs u up
what if we incentivized ppl say u get a portion of the "fees" when ppl save to the devices.
say u charge $100 for the device. but in reality your giving back $30 to them over time
a perception of that your "mining"
but obviously you'd never make it back. but who knows maybe if ardor goes up by alot u make it back. which is how mining companies sell their stuff anyways

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mrv777
This could be done. Biggest issues I see are:
1.) correctly marketing it like you said so people actually want to get them and run them.
2.) Keeping them updated. I suppose a cronjob could be setup with a script to look for a new version every night and update if needed

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patoshi
we'll it has be be worded properly obviously

"Data Cloud Storage Unit - Plug and Play"
its just half done ideas i still want to finish up... i think it could work. but next question is . will anyone buy it.
return in reverse relevance order what does that mean
for the search data tag

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patoshi
say we had a service or something that relies on the ardor network say the ardor data cloud. it takes space... especially if your an archival node. now we sell the raspberry pi's with 128gb sd cards. this will support the ardor system while it gives the user the perception that its hosting their files too.

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patoshi
how about we sell Ardor physical nodes as a way to "support" the light contracts ecosystem?

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