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Should I worry about dust in my wallet?

The behavior in the transaction you linked is a new one. It did not exist at the time MRL-0004 was written. Now, if you make a transaction now including your 0.00111111 output, it will appear as is ...
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How will transaction fees be calculated after RingCT?

I can't imagine a scenario where we base-price transactions at anything more than per-kb pricing. It's the most logical way to price it, given that you're literally paying for indelible space on the ...
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How will transaction fees be calculated after RingCT?

According to user36303, we do not know for certain yet what the exact transaction size of Ring CT transactions will be. Therefore, this post will be updated once we know that. However, it is highly ...
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What is the technical definition of "dust" that is allowed to be sent with a mixin of 0?

Dust is not a very well defined term in general. However, in the context of your question ("allowed to be sent with a mixin of 0"), this is about which outputs have enough other outputs of the same ...
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How are dust and fees related?

This is a minor bug due to the dust threshold (0.01 XMR) being higher than the current fee (0.002 XMR per kB). This is fixed in this pull request. What does that mean, is it that the fees would ...
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How will RingCT dust work?

There were two main reasons outputs were called dust: small outputs (typically well below 0.01, which is the fee per kB) "complex looking" amounts, such 0.000013852456 The problem with the first ...
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How can i sweep out a whole wallet to another address?

sweep_all sends all outputs to the address you specify. However, 0.003315200000 is smaller than the smallest fee, so it is not actually spendable by itself, you'd need other outputs to increase the ...
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How will transaction fees be calculated after RingCT?

I said I'd replay when I knew more in the comment above, so better late than never: RingCT transactions currently clock at about 13 kB for 2 inputs and 2 outputs at mixin 3. Only one output can get ...
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What is a dynamic dust threshold system?

Dust threshold used to be considered as a fixed amount. The threshold is now dynamic in relation to the transaction fee.
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If the Monero started with rCT, would it be needed to have any part of the codebase handling dust?

It would indeed not be needed. For the "below its weight in fee" case, the wallet could just avoid spending those outputs.
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