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I have started a new repository for our blogs and to organize existing content that is currently strewn around the interwebs. You can see the list of blog posts that need the content put behind them and formatted according to the new layout.

http://107.170.30.182/blog/

Please send pull request here: https://github.com/BitShares/bitshares.org

https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=3902.msg49057;topicseen#msg49057

If you see any extra articles that I did not include thus far, please let me know and I will add some more.

I will pay 4 PTS per article submitted.  Please submit each article as an individual pull request.
« Last Edit: May 28, 2014, 03:12:30 AM by toast »
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Re: 32 PTS - Migrate Blogs to Website 4.0 - 4 PTS per article
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2014, 08:22:48 PM »
Do I need to build a new page linked to the "read more" button on the blog and put the content there  ,or just add it on blog/ index.php ?

New page  linked to read more.
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Re: 32 PTS - Migrate Blogs to Website 4.0 - 4 PTS per article
« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2014, 09:18:01 AM »
You are right.. 40 pts for doing them all.   

Please make sure you migrate all links and formatting.   

I updated some of your formatting on the headers of your first 3 posts.  Please follow that layout... oh, and add images as appropriate.

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Re: 32 PTS - Migrate Blogs to Website 4.0 - 4 PTS per article
« Reply #3 on: April 03, 2014, 06:12:38 PM »
I did find a bit more that stan posted in November 2013

https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=889.msg8935#msg8935

I have found an easy way of importing them with links and stuff, i have made a pull request byte, just need it tested before i edit the index :) Done the dac-revisted.php just need to see how it looks in the actual blog.

Lol i see that tbk has done the dac-revisted.php can ignore mine then and ill do the rest he hasnt done. :)
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Re: 32 PTS - Migrate Blogs to Website 4.0 - 4 PTS per article
« Reply #4 on: April 04, 2014, 04:36:57 AM »
I did find a bit more that stan posted in November 2013

https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=889.msg8935#msg8935

I have found an easy way of importing them with links and stuff, i have made a pull request byte, just need it tested before i edit the index :) Done the dac-revisted.php just need to see how it looks in the actual blog.

Lol i see that tbk has done the dac-revisted.php can ignore mine then and ill do the rest he hasnt done. :)

I don't think I want to repost that.
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Re: 32 PTS - Migrate Blogs to Website 4.0 - 4 PTS per article
« Reply #5 on: April 04, 2014, 04:37:56 AM »
I found one missed:

https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=3695.0

« Reply #6
Stan


Free Space – The Ever-Receding Frontier

The jurisdiction of governments has always been defined by the land
mass they control by force. Out beyond the “three-mile” limit of their
shores is traditionally viewed as international waters. No government
has sovereignty out there, though many have tried to exert such control.
Their success has been limited to their ability to project power, whether
they have an internationally recognized right to do so or not.

We view the Internet as lying in international waters as well.

Governments and nefarious enterprises try to exert power by exploiting items of value that
must pass through their control or by seducing or coercing service providers that must
themselves remain exposed in the physical world. But what of the etherial constructs of cryptospace?
Ghost ships that don’t show up on any earthy radar and have no ports of call where they
can be interdicted? Ships with crypto-graphical cloaking devices that can carry their cargo
across the digital high seas with impunity, immune while pirates and tyrants huff and puff in
frustration. Many will want to control this new frontier. But unlike the past frontiers of
freedom, this time they will fail.

When Daniel Boone and Davy Crocket strode into the American Old West they were entering the
Free Space frontier of their day. But soon “civilization” began to encroach and their offspring
fled further West. The Eagles once lamented, “there is no more new frontier, we have got to
make it here”. We disagree. In Free Space, freedom can still flourish – by design.

Bitcoin has opened a portal to Free Space – a land of opportunity.

Bitcoin is just a digital currency worth billions. But the technology behind it is beyond the control of
any government on the planet. There is no central point where tyranny can seduce or coerce the people
who have learned to use it. Instead they interact peer to peer, with no corruptible middlemen. Bitcoin
just works. And it has paved our way to digital freedom. A next generation Internet.

In Free Space, no one can read your mail.
In Free Space, no one can track your purchases.
In Free Space, no one can steal your identity.
In Free Space, no one can inflate away your savings.
In Free Space, no one can confiscate your wealth.

In Free Space, your wealth is all in your head.

Anyone able to infringe on even one of these freedoms has too much power.
The tools needed to defend Free Space are emerging, but the arms race will probably never end.

Good one to add.
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Re: 32 PTS - Migrate Blogs to Website 4.0 - 4 PTS per article
« Reply #6 on: April 04, 2014, 07:44:12 AM »
I don't think I want to repost that.

Lol i meant this part where the articles are xD not the post itself :P

Articles
Bitcoin and the Three Laws of Robotics by Stan Larimer in LetsTalkBitcoin.com
DACs that Spawn DACs?  by Stan Larimer in LetsTalkBitcoin.com
Bookie Bob's Solution to Bitcoin Volatility by Stan Larimer
DACs Revisited by Dan Larimer in LetsTalkBitcoin.com
BitShares as a Distributed Autonomous Bank  by Daniel Larimer
A case study of The Associated Press, DAC  by Daniel Larimer
        Also The DAC Associated Press, in LetsTalkBitcoin.com
Is Bitcoin Overpaying for Security?  by Daniel Larimer in LetsTalkBitcoin.com
Bootstrapping DACs - 1  by Vitalik Buterin in Bitcoin Magazine
Bootstrapping DACs - 2  by Vitalik Buterin in Bitcoin Magazine
Bootstrapping DACS - 3  by Vitalik Buterin in Bitcoin Magazine
Own your own Identity with BitShares   by Daniel Larimer in LetsTalkBitcoin.com
BitShares P2P trading platform to offer dividends on bitcoin by Danny Bradbury  in CoinDesk
Bitcoin is the new Napster   by Dan Steinhart at Casey Research
[/quote]

You got some of them in already lol

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Re: 32 PTS - Migrate Blogs to Website 4.0 - 4 PTS per article
« Reply #7 on: April 05, 2014, 03:52:11 PM »
I had finished 2 articles: ten-natural-laws-of-crypto-asset-universe.php bitcoin-and-the-three-laws-of-robotics.php
BitsharesNews.com
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Re: 32 PTS - Migrate Blogs to Website 4.0 - 4 PTS per article
« Reply #8 on: May 28, 2014, 03:09:03 AM »
Howdy! I have several questions:

1) What's the status on these?

2) To do a pull request, would I fork the repository at:

https://github.com/BitShares/bitshares.org

--and then evey time I push a modified article up to my forked repository, would I ussue a new pull request? (I don't know whether a pull request is a one-time thing, or if it can be done infinitely, to merge proposed changes from one repository to another. Nor do I know how to get a forked repository to sync newer, changed content in from the original repository, if that's even possible . . .)

3) It seems to me that repository is also for the whole bitshares.org web site (not just those blog articles--unless those are both the same thing), is that not so?

4) Is that repository current with what is now shown at bitshares.org? It seems not so.

I could potentially do at least several article edits (including typo corrections) for that repository every day . . .
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Re: 32 PTS - Migrate Blogs to Website 4.0 - 4 PTS per article
« Reply #9 on: May 28, 2014, 03:12:18 AM »
Howdy! I have several questions:

1) What's the status on these?

2) To do a pull request, would I fork the repository at:

https://github.com/BitShares/bitshares.org

--and then evey time I push a modified article up to my forked repository, would I ussue a new pull request? (I don't know whether a pull request is a one-time thing, or if it can be done infinitely, to merge proposed changes from one repository to another. Nor do I know how to get a forked repository to sync newer, changed content in from the original repository, if that's even possible . . .)

3) It seems to me that repository is also for the whole bitshares.org web site (not just those blog articles--unless those are both the same thing), is that not so?

4) Is that repository current with what is now shown at bitshares.org? It seems not so.

I could potentially do at least several article edits (including typo corrections) for that repository every day . . .

Seems like this bounty is inactive since we have a new website that is WP-based / not easily editable by outsiders. Brian and co are making tons of changes to the site at the moment, I imagine once they converge on the "final" version there will be a typo bounty or something.

Updated the title.
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Re: [INACTIVE] 32 PTS - Migrate Blogs to Website 4.0 - 4 PTS per article
« Reply #10 on: May 28, 2014, 06:09:25 AM »
If there was some work done while the site was on the old version then I suppose it should be paid for... contact Stan with details
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Re: [INACTIVE] 32 PTS - Migrate Blogs to Website 4.0 - 4 PTS per article
« Reply #11 on: May 30, 2014, 04:34:39 AM »
Ok, thx for the update.

I am seeing many typos and places that could use editing, so I imagine there may be plenty to do if it is resubmitted for typo/etc. bounties :) I'll keep an eye on it.

Er . . . would I watch this thread or some other? :-\
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