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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Worker] Reinvention of BitShares Look and Feel
« Last post by oxarbitrage on June 22, 2018, 04:09:36 pm »
This worker provokes me different sensations.

In one side, i strongly think a full redesign as proposed here is what bitshares needs. Since the beginning of the web front ends change all the time as technology advances in the field. All big players makes a full redesign of their web page once every 2 or 3 years. Start from scratch with a new foundation and direction can be the best thing to do if current foundation is obsolete.

For what i see in the audit and worker link it seems to me this team are professional enough to do the job.

In my humble opinion if we end up with a new modern UI as proposed the impact in BTS price will be direct, something stakeholders will want.

In the other hand, this particular worker does not end with a single line of code but just a (very valuable) preparation of what the team can do in a second worker, it kind of force the stakeholders to vote for this worker and the next one(no price yet).  Stakeholders need to think in at least double price(and double time) to get the final product.

Another thing that i think it could be handled a bit better is to create some sort of cooperation with the current UI worker, i understand that for the team having all in house is more efficient but we have current employees with their worker proposal expiring right now and with no possibility of joining the new project.

I understand this is a free market, competition is good but as part of the bitshares-core team, if a new worker proposal of this kind came into the core, i will maybe accept it but i will definitely don't like it.

Even with that, this stage of preparation will mean that everybody will be keep using the current UI for a while, this should give enough time to settle this things.

Great job overall, i like this worker and i will be probably voting it, i can offer myself as an escrow if needed, i am not a committee member but i am well known in the community.
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EV6 has been released

improved scalp logic offsets thresholds above or below cex market prices based on primary indicator market cross

previously when creating simple moving averages from cex data there was a degree of stepwise high frequency "wiggle" in the indications where the moving averages would oscillate up and down +/- 1 satoshi per hour; this is a result of candle aggregation methods in the data arriving from cryptocompare.  I have resolved this using polynomial regression of the last 24 hours of plotted moving average.  So now bot plots moving average from cex data, then performs poly, then replots the moving average "smoothly"; the state machine is then fed the smoothed indication.

additionally; the new regression allows for moving averages to be extrapolated into the future; these moving average predictions are in yellow and are deleted and redrawn every 5 minutes; the tip of the prediction (24 hours into the future) is plotted as a single magenta dot and it stays on the chart.

finally, in the log some information about primary moving average slope and concavity is provided.

you can see the older stepwise moving average here; the step size is about one satoshi



this shows new poly regressions of moving averages extending into future


this is zoomed in on the 50 day average


zoomed in further



this is data provided in the new log
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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Worker] Reinvention of BitShares Look and Feel
« Last post by John_Mct on June 22, 2018, 02:30:27 pm »

Deliverables
Since this wp is all about design, it needs to include a more precise definition of the deliverables, which will serve as inputs to the UI coders. It should do so in a "balanced" approach that considers the current state of the codebase and provides a useful migration path to achieve the design goals while recognizing the starting point of existing codebase. It must not be assumed a total rewrite from scratch and scraping of the existing codebase is the most efficient way to achieve the design goals. This requires cooperation and support of SVK and Bill Butler's UI coding team. Likewise if a total rewrite would be a more efficient path, the case for that must be made clear to everyone. That case cannot be made until the conclusion of the design however.

I also have reservations about deliverables being biased towards the gaming / gambling / sports markets and not a generalized DEx.This wp needs to address this issue to assure supporters will not simply be providing a subsidy to another project, namely scorum.

Excess Funds   
I have reservations about where the excess funds will go. I do not want them to be funneled to scorum or any other project than BitShares. It is my desire that other projects will benefit substantially from this wp in many ways, but those benefits should be indirect rather than direct.


Re: Deliverables
The final design deliverables will include clear instructions that another front-end team will be able to implement. As you write, we will know more about how much of the current code base can be re-used and/or refurbished or if it would be more efficient to start from a clean slate.

Re: Excess funds
They will be returned to the worker pool, first post was modified to make that more clear. Sorry for any confusion in this regard.
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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Worker] Reinvention of BitShares Look and Feel
« Last post by j.galt on June 22, 2018, 02:16:37 pm »
Not decided if I would support this wp or not.

First let say I greatly appreciate the UI / UX design approach you bring with this wp. There are only a few in this community (and in cryto projects in general) that have discussed the importance of the up-front design work to reach an audience, specifically the user focused requirements gathering and audience identification that all subsequent work should be based on. I truly hope the community is now ready to consider the merits and benefits of such work.

In some respects this wp may be exactly what is required to motivate the community to see the benefits of such a design approach. Separating the cost of design from implementation is also a good aspect of this approach, so the community can better understand the cost to produce a quality UI / UX. It also provides an avenue to improve the work of the existing UI team lead by Bill Butler, who is most familiar with the code base, including its strengths and weaknesses.

User requirements gathering and coding are distinctly different disciplines. Although there is clearly overlap there is a severe lack of systematic and comprehensive gathering of user requirements, which translates to poor metrics to evaluate and measure the quality of the resulting UI implementation and thus the performance of the UI coders.

My reservations about this wp come in 2 areas. 1- deliverables, and 2- excess funds.

Deliverables
Since this wp is all about design, it needs to include a more precise definition of the deliverables, which will serve as inputs to the UI coders. It should do so in a "balanced" approach that considers the current state of the codebase and provides a useful migration path to achieve the design goals while recognizing the starting point of existing codebase. It must not be assumed a total rewrite from scratch and scraping of the existing codebase is the most efficient way to achieve the design goals. This requires cooperation and support of SVK and Bill Butler's UI coding team. Likewise if a total rewrite would be a more efficient path, the case for that must be made clear to everyone. That case cannot be made until the conclusion of the design however.

I also have reservations about deliverables being biased towards the gaming / gambling / sports markets and not a generalized DEx.This wp needs to address this issue to assure supporters will not simply be providing a subsidy to another project, namely scorum.

Excess Funds   
I have reservations about where the excess funds will go. I do not want them to be funneled to scorum or any other project than BitShares. It is my desire that other projects will benefit substantially from this wp in many ways, but those benefits should be indirect rather than direct.
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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Worker] Reinvention of BitShares Look and Feel
« Last post by John_Mct on June 22, 2018, 01:44:00 pm »
A)
What do you mean at a set bitUSD rate? Will you continuously sell bitUSD until 347800 bitUSD are reached and return all the rest (like the foundations worker model?)

B)
Regarding the escrow, we’ve established connections with many committee members and keep in close contact with them and we’ll be delivering regular milestone updates to the community.
I would have really liked to see an actual escrow, but that is only my personal opinion. Would you be willing to ask those committee members to vouch for this publicly?

C)
Can you please comment on what you mean with this initial sentence
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The income from this worker proposal will be invested back into further development of the Scorum sports ecosystem

D)
You are mentioning a follow up worker proposal that does the actual implementation. I assume that you also do not plan to collaborate with the existing UI team then (basically direct competition with the current UI worker, which would then get rendered useless)?
Also, can you estimate in what budget range the follow up worker proposal will be?

Thank you for your time!

A- Yes we're following the foundation worker model

B- We plan to make the deliveries regularly but if the community agrees that an escrow is necessary we would be open to that

C- In this line, 'income' refers to the net after the excess has been refunded. Aside from funding the redesign work, we will be actively promoting use of the BitShares DEX to new users who enter the cryptocurrency industry via the Scorum sports platform.

D- Without having all the design mockups ready, it's impossible to make an estimation of the implementation costs at this point. The final delivery of the Design Worker will dictate the costs and timelines of Front-End development
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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Worker] Reinvention of BitShares Look and Feel
« Last post by sschiessl on June 22, 2018, 01:23:23 pm »
No we’re not working with the current UI worker team because we have all the necessary team members in-house and would rather not try to collaborate with a remote team because it’s inefficient.
Debatable. Knowledge transfer never hurts, collaboration would have been nice.

Here are some more questions, sorry for pestering ...

A)
The Scorum UI/UX worker will be funded with BTS at a set bitUSD rate
What do you mean at a set bitUSD rate? Will you continuously sell bitUSD until 347800 bitUSD are reached and return all the rest (like the foundations worker model?)

B)
Regarding the escrow, we’ve established connections with many committee members and keep in close contact with them and we’ll be delivering regular milestone updates to the community.
I would have really liked to see an actual escrow, but that is only my personal opinion. Would you be willing to ask those committee members to vouch for this publicly?

C)
Can you please comment on what you mean with this initial sentence
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The income from this worker proposal will be invested back into further development of the Scorum sports ecosystem

D)
You are mentioning a follow up worker proposal that does the actual implementation. I assume that you also do not plan to collaborate with the existing UI team then (basically direct competition with the current UI worker, which would then get rendered useless)?
Also, can you estimate in what budget range the follow up worker proposal will be?

Thank you for your time!
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Stakeholder Proposals / Re: [Worker] Reinvention of BitShares Look and Feel
« Last post by John_Mct on June 22, 2018, 01:03:08 pm »
I really like the design audit, many flaws shown in the existing UI. Some good know-how behind you guys! I am wondering if you have considered working together with the current UI worker as the UX redesigning input?

Anyways, I have been looking in the details from your homepage. I see the following calculations:
Quote
Total
bitUSD 347800
BTS 5434375
Days 152
BTS per day 35752

Is the worker asking to be funded in bitUSD with exceeding BTS to be returned? Is there an escrow? What happens if price spikes or drops?

In the end of the propsal you say

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The income from this worker proposal will be invested back into further development of the Scorum sports ecosystem

That suggests that all exceeding BTS are funneled into Scorum? Can you please comment on that?

I'm unsure what the exact deliverables are. A working prototype?


No we’re not working with the current UI worker team because we have all the necessary team members in-house and would rather not try to collaborate with a remote team because it’s inefficient.

The Scorum UI/UX worker will be funded with BTS at a set bitUSD rate, vested for 7 days, and the exceeding BTS will be returned. The quote has a built in 2.5x buffer to handle rate changes in BTS, which is common in most BitShares worker proposals.

Regarding the escrow, we’ve established connections with many committee members and keep in close contact with them and we’ll be delivering regular milestone updates to the community.

The exact deliverable will be the new User Interface for all screens on all devices along with described user interactions to guide front-end development and implementation.


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