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- Full time worker proposal. 8 hours per day Monday to Friday. 40 hs per week.
- 40 usd per hour. 320 usd per day. 1600 usd per week.
- Duration.  6 months.
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thank you for the kind words @Permie. I was a few days out of combat last week but all good now, thanks for asking.

In regards to the worker payment, Chris has not sent it yet but i am positive he will soon by the last talks i had with him. I am aware of the moment he is living with bitshares munich so i suppose he is busy in that matter.

The bitshares munich issue totally bypassed me, i don't have idea of who is the good and who is the bad if there is any, probably not that easy.

I appreciate and respect 2 of the involved parties, @kenCode actually introduce me here and i will be thankful with him for trusting in me forever. Chris was always in charge of payment and he never failed me. Ken proposed me to work with him now his work is resumed, chris also had some propositions for me with his new projects and i also had some other work offers in the last time that i could consider.

But I prefer to work for the chain because of several reasons, between ken and chris it is obvious there is not going to be any agreement, i have no problem of having my work fully exposed(right or wrong, i make a lot of mistakes) and i like the idea of depending on shareholders instead of single individuals or companies.

The blockchain is i think the place where i can be more efficient and i will do what i can to get that worker voted in even if i am not very good in human relations, politics and such. by the feedback on this thread i think i have good possibilities, i hope it this is the case :)

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- Full time worker proposal. 8 hours per day Monday to Friday. 40 hs per week.
- 40 usd per hour. 320 usd per day. 1600 usd per week.
- Duration.  6 months.
+5%!!!

 +5% I'll vote for that
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My worker was not directly managed by me but actually by bitshares munich,. more specifically by Chris. Chris paid me part of the worker and now i should get the rest of it until the day it was stopped. I already pointed it to chris and he will send the rest to my account soon.
Has Chris FORWARDED (not paid) you the money yet?

The BTS shareholders voted to compensate YOU Alfredo. It's your money. Not BitShares' Munich's.
They offered to MATCH the compensation that BTS paid YOU.
They/Chris should not be taking a single BTS from your worker proposal.

I am very very happy that you are still coding away and working hard for the shareholders Alfredo.
 +5% +5% +5% to you! :)

I will be very glad if the shareholders vote to employ you full time and bring you onboard, with no boss except the shareholders.

I hope you're feeling better after your illness!
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thanks guys for the great support, i will submit the worker for voting in the next few days

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Excellent.  Sounds good to me.

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- Full time worker proposal. 8 hours per day Monday to Friday. 40 hs per week.
- 40 usd per hour. 320 usd per day. 1600 usd per week.
- Duration.  6 months.
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 +5% I'll vote for that

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- Full time worker proposal. 8 hours per day Monday to Friday. 40 hs per week.
- 40 usd per hour. 320 usd per day. 1600 usd per week.
- Duration.  6 months.
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Thanks for your work, Alfredo!

I think your proposal is very reasonable and I will support it.
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Good job, good proposal draft.
I think if you want to form a team around you that would be possible too.
Keep on rocking.

Offline oxarbitrage

Hey guys, here are some updates of the past week. i had been a bit less active this last week not because my worker is no longer active but actually because i was under a terrible flu that left me in bed for a few days.

still i was able to make some advances:

https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/pull/312
have a few improves to make pointed by @abitmore but still better than nothing by now.

a few issues where i participated had been closed this last week:

https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/issues/301
https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/issues/307

and i was able to make some advances to explorer, can check how is is going at: http://bitshares-explorer.io:9009/#/dashboard
there is an explorer thread(https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php/topic,24097.0.html) where i plan to became more active. explorer helps improve the core.

As always, there is a lot to do, enough work to keep a team of devs busy in bitshares.

My worker ended and also vikram, the high price of bitshares was making the workers very expensive, i agree with the cut. My worker was not directly managed by me but actually by bitshares munich,. more specifically by Chris. Chris paid me part of the worker and now i should get the rest of it until the day it was stopped. I already pointed it to chris and he will send the rest to my account soon.

I plan to open a new worker in bitusd, i asked in the telegram devs channel about to form a team of core devs but that seems to go against the spirit of workers, they need to be individual and also even with the good moment of BTS it seems the chain is not able to pay a group of devs yet.

Please let me know what do you think about the following draft worker proposal idea:

Alfredo Garcia.

- Full time worker proposal. 8 hours per day Monday to Friday. 40 hs per week.
- 40 usd per hour. 320 usd per day. 1600 usd per week.
- Duration.  6 months.

Pros of working full time:

- Full dedication beyond the formal 8 hours per day. Work during the weekends when possible.
- No need to be in additional private projects at all(exclusivity to the chain).

 Tasks:

- Solution of problems in the c++ core of the bitshares. Add new features as requested/needed. Fixes, discussions with other core devs, planning of future changes, cli wallet. Hard to describe everything, it actually involves everything i can take care of.
- Explorer: Develop, maintain and publish bitshares explorer under bitshares. Open source - MIT.
- Add documentation. Contribute to wiki, help newcomers.
- Help with client side apps(python, javascript, etc)


Please guys let me know what do you think about something like that as a proposal, any suggestion or change please just shot.


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+5% thanks for the updates. Keep up the good work Alfredo.

Maybe @Chris4210 could follow Alfredo's lead and give an update on blockpay??

I've sent a pm, gone on the discord channel as well as posted here multiple times looking for an update...

Sorry for being off topic, but this is the only place I see Chris commenting

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lot of stuff going on this last week in the core, here are the issues and pull requests where i was involved:

https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/pull/288

the delayed node has been tested with the new code and it is working fine. still need to test the debug node, will do in the next days and most probably merge the code from @pmconrad to the master.

https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/pull/297

final tests were made to merge this pull request by @abitmore, this is a great addition that allows a node to run with a lots less memory without loosing main functionality. the pull allows to add a number of operations each account can  have, this reduces memory drastically as most of the blockchain size is actually accounts for market making with millions of operations. great work here. the issue that started the code addition was also closed: https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/issues/292

https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/issues/285

closed issue as after research there is no issue except for a msg on closing a node. for this msg a new issue was opened to handle it: https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/issues/303

https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/issues/302

issue in the get_order_:book from the cli_wallet fixed in pull request: https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/pull/304 merged.

https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/issues/295

issue with clients that have 100 or more accounts. first, the node was subscribing to 99 accounts instead of 100. this was fixed here: 

https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/pull/306

development node was up in order help issuer to recover his accounts while the problem is fixed. we are not in progress of removing the 100 accounts limitation from the core or adding a block in the UI to don't allow users to create more than 100 accounts. more progress on this probably during this next week.

https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/issues/298

issue in the get_relative_account_history. it is being worked out at this pull: https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/pull/305

https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/issues/307

this issue has been addresses in the following pull requests: https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/pull/310 and https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-core/pull/309