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[12:05:33] <Bytram> TheMightyBuzzard: Good Morning! Hope you are feeling better!
[12:05:47] <Bytram> I'm looking at recent subscriptions and am a bit confused...
[12:06:38] <Bytram> subs 708, 709, and 710 all had a gross payment of $20.00, and all were through paypal, and all showed NO submethod: https://soylentnews.org
[12:07:32] <Bytram> BUT, payment_net for 708 and 709 is shown as $18.82 and for t70 is shown as... $19.12 (!!?!!)
[12:08:40] <Bytram> the last one looks like it would be a Bitcoin transaction based on the net amount, but I don't see any indication of that on the recent subs page. :(
[12:10:09] <Bytram> Urgh, looks like I found a problem in MY tally code, too. :( :(
[12:20:14] <Bytram> which reminds me, historical data has MANY places where: subscribe_payments.payment_gross == subscribe_payments.payment_net
[12:21:16] <Bytram> I can understand why that would be the case when it was a gift by an admin, but otherwise, there has never been (to my knowledge) any time when we could take a payment without there being a fee charged of some sort.
[12:23:05] <Bytram> I don't have time atm, but I just did a quick D/L of several tables on prod (subscribe_payments, bitpay_log, paypal,_log) and hope to independently recompute what the net SHOULD be in each case. It would help if I had a copy of what things looked like from the perspective of paypal / bitpay / BoA, etc. so I can validate my math.
[12:23:15] <Bytram> anyways, I needs to get ready for work. biab
[12:23:20] <Bytram> also,
[12:23:22] <Bytram> coffee++
[12:23:22] <Bender> karma - coffee: 12
[12:23:23] <Bytram> =)
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[23:29:22] <TheMightyBuzzard> Bytram, paypal does not do bitcoin and does not send a submethod in the return data. you'll just have to guess.
[23:30:44] <TheMightyBuzzard> the system has zero connection to BoA but you can see the raw json for bitpay at least in the bitpay logs table
[23:30:52] <TheMightyBuzzard> dunno about paypal
[23:31:36] <TheMightyBuzzard> and no, i am not going to tweak historical data to make gross and net jive properly. it would take a lot of effort for no real gain.
[23:32:36] <TheMightyBuzzard> sorry, stripe not bitpay