Free for life! 1 TB hdd KVM celebrating LESbians 1000-2000-3000-4000-5000-6000-7000-8000-9000-10000

uptimeuptime OG
edited February 14 in Free Offers and Stuff

This thread is dedicated to the selection of random LES forum members to receive a fine fine superfine FREE FOR LIFE 1 TB STORAGE KVM from @cociu :scream:

We are following the lulz-infused process for fair pseudo-random selections established in the previous thread: that is, people submit their favorite "random" numbers in comments in this thread - then once the next threshold of signups has been reached, the crowdsourced numbers are hashed to make a random seed to select a lucky winner.

You don't have to do anything other than register as a LowEndSpirit member to be eligible to win - but if you are so fortunate as to be selected, you will need to respond within 3 days of being notified via PM in order to claim the prize - otherwise we'll move on to the backup selectee(s) just so we don't get stuck waiting too long for good closure. So please, "Lurk with Confidence!" :scream:

@cociu said:
NOW ... WE WILL CONTINUE WITH THE NUMBERS 1000-2000-3000-4000-5000-6000-7000-8000-9000-10000 because is a pleasure to contribute to something new like this forum.

I believe the spec is as specified earlier (but might double-check if the "raid 6 or 60" is still accurate).

kvm vps for life

Speck :

1 core
1 gb ram
1 tb hdd raid 6 or 60
10tb/mo traffic (1 gbps port speed shared)
1 ipv4
located in Romania.

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  • _MS__MS_ OG
    edited February 14

    O.K.

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  • Been awhile since I last posted something here. I enjoyed reading here :lol: Hmmmmmmmmmmm 53411

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  • uptimeuptime OG
    edited February 14

    Alrighty then - now for the selection celebrating signup #1000 :smile:

    The secret was: 4105101558976783721

    The concatenated crowdsourced digits hashed to create the seed b1381e45222a382568f38de44c04cff5726622afc35afc0071e4d29e17b7878a

    And the lucky winner is: https://talk.lowendspirit.com/profile/39/name -> OG @Mr_Tom !

    (Not to be confused with previous winner @TomG - I hope! Lol ... I had to double check a few things when I saw that!)

    I'll send a PM and hope to hear back within 3 days - otherwise we do have some backup winners, and backups of backups, and ...

    python3
    Python 3.6.9 (default, Nov  7 2019, 10:44:02) 
    [GCC 8.3.0] on linux
    Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
    >>> import random
    >>> random.seed(0xb1381e45222a382568f38de44c04cff5726622afc35afc0071e4d29e17b7878a)
    >>> random.randint(1,1000)
    39
    >>> random.randint(1,1000)
    268
    >>> random.randint(1,1000)
    782
    >>> random.randint(1,1000)
    372
    

    notes (see also last comment in previous thread):

    echo -n '4105101558976783721' | sha256sum
    d67a91e574006bc34fb2189fa716bf04af155ba2fc8b047860b81fad13c40195
    
    echo -n '0202202012388888888303214551211713823143531596937194167122812690109425516176864242811245141773921192001696969156394112999911121964388311964836503275682120609779825241194597912755810228823153967214476089388268430503933981841734686656990128200216516972314009422732080176256710146234809070046514771056036488338316896939877371580939654738759374961908952620102523494983592367532788161254473709968207125576354363875438541657741494129992177892461349741628652472610155930331433431570355113544228781083144892360877354371614128258419386341531460886167712808479470209840214405026704217702407641721536237865956762406958596859382114528259365594453836497739584809071063202574821725016195088383365549746373081790066984790346742670603623490779711550227484901882276790347400821753744040214777489083297839622108556925397364962812259954075110254843217248725127871655308067987498058153896641430200423969648128402201341202803059637235962204356763476278048985438750407700234765307113746167988381614833165034577993120048943763058833467729373435949366499868881920725863399528320745598215539759451528071083200331513272787041588767765191602515300865702708022067317251094219341434838314031528047922913158366723250507322322235387360809086600011097401802600000000410510155897678372167915740063421897160415528047860811340195867530955528611653729042008409876543212316661982376451091483141517290419011156758158148642364723123345101711111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111771177779373592855964355' | sha256sum
    b1381e45222a382568f38de44c04cff5726622afc35afc0071e4d29e17b7878a
    
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  • Count me in please :)

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  • edited February 14

    where are the LESbians?

    uptime... tell me!!!

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  • Nice! Here's some fresh randomness from me: 49999.

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  • 158117

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  • This time it will be 73

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  • _MS__MS_ OG
    edited February 14

    3275614

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  • How about a bunch of 8s?
    88888888

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  • Some more numbers to add to the party - 5936502

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  • 74728484

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  • uptimeuptime OG
    edited February 14

    @ehab said:
    where are the LESbians?

    uptime... tell me!!!

    We are the LESbians, bro!

    LET us not get too carried away with this smoking hot steamy double entendre

    but do take a moment to embrace the Spirit of our inner LESbian nature

    :heart: something something sisters :heart:

    with respect

    Happy Valentine's day!

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  • Nice. . 3843843 :)

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    Great Provider: Hetzner, LetBox, Lunanode

  • 4215081947

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  • e^ipi

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  • uptimeuptime OG
    edited February 15

    @uhu said:
    e^ipi

    EDIT: oy, I just noticed the i in @uhu's nod to Euler, lol

    -1
    

    Leaving remaining commentary for posterity and lulz :blush:

    from Proofs Without Words via stackexchange

    See also:

    Nice one ... How many digits of the result shall I include?

    If unspecified (and trivially computable) I might make a general policy to truncate at eleven positions to the right of the decimal point for this sort of number. :smiley:

    note that truncating in this manner yields

    23.14069263277
    

    whereas rounding would result in

    23.14069263278
    

    Furthermore, in any event, no more than 1000 digits will be included from any submission, because ain't nobody got time for that! :astonished:

    Also please note that the decimal point itself will not be included in the final concatenated string. For entirely arbitrary reasons - consistency being a small-minded hobgoblin and all that - I run the penultimate digits through a filter when concatenating:

    sed -z -e 's/\n//' -e 's/[^0-9]//g'
    

    That is all.

    Thank you for your contribution in the noble pursuit of primo pseudo-randomness!

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  • uptime ... you just reminded me of my 1993 Fortran class. on such a machine

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  • @ehab thanks I will take that as a compliment - though I find myself leaning more towards Forth than FORTRAN these days :)

  • @uptime said:

    @uhu said:
    e^ipi

    EDIT: oy, I just noticed the i in @uhu's nod to Euler, lol

    Leaving remaining commentary for posterity and lulz :blush:

    Heh, sorry, I should have made it a bit clearer.

    I might make a general policy to truncate at eleven positions to the right of the decimal point for this sort of number

    Seems like a good idea!

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  • 7777 33 66 3 66 88 3 33 7777

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  • @FAT32 said:
    7777 33 66 3 66 88 3 33 7777

    Yeah, those are some good numbers, can't argue with that.

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  • this may be as good a place as any to drop in a secret number <- warning pdf not exactly about commutative combinatorics or suchwhat ...

    the sha256sum of the secret is 2a75652b3d873e0f89cafb6473c913b4735c0f0e965bb5a7f35d9db79b8b1d50

  • 42!

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  • @flips said:
    42!

    python3
    Python 3.6.9 (default, Nov  7 2019, 10:44:02) 
    [GCC 8.3.0] on linux
    Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
    >>> from math import factorial
    >>> factorial(42)
    1405006117752879898543142606244511569936384000000000
    

    alrighty then!

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  • 420

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  • 12434
    21504
    11019
    40113
    10005
    12119
    99563
    39933
    58497
    96849
    98464

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