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Q: can we test the referral system prior to the launch? Can you please post some info on linkbuilding (eg graphene.bitshares.org/?r=fav ?) - Marketers need some time to prepare and need to know how to build links for the launch.

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Q: can we test the referral system prior to the launch? Can you please post some info on linkbuilding (eg graphene.bitshares.org/?r=fav ?) - Marketers need some time to prepare and need to know how to build links for the launch.

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Tried to get on the hangout today with my iphone mumble app , but only got a error message. Try going on with my PC and it didn't work too.

The mumble is absolutely packed today, over 90 people I think

There was over 90.  But don't worry, it will get much bigger as we work on something special for the open source DPoS community :)

We will also have GChicken and Xeroc to thank (and potentially more) for pledging the time to help with the project. 
« Last Edit: September 10, 2015, 05:39:01 am by fuzzy »
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Tried to get on the hangout today with my iphone mumble app , but only got a error message. Try going on with my PC and it didn't work too.

The mumble is absolutely packed today, over 90 people I think
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Tried to get on the hangout today with my iphone mumble app , but only got a error message. Try going on with my PC and it didn't work too.

The mumble is absolutely packed today, over 90 people I think
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Tried to get on the hangout today with my iphone mumble app , but only got a error message. Try going on with my PC and it didn't work too.
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duuuude, yer a Gawd! I wish I could code 1/8th as good as you.


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if no questions,,, simply go and drink, smoke, fuck or whatever, just enjoy.

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I can't get the mumble client to run so I will have to rely on this thread to get my question in there...

Regarding what has been brought up initially by bitcoinfan here https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php/topic,16318.msg227162.html#msg227162

Question: Do you see a way to combine the bitshare's scalable and efficient curated apps model with rewarding developers for how much the apps they develop are used (ethereum model)?

Context:
BitShare's model is to develop the apps in house and reward those that market them and find specific markets to market them to.
Ethereum's model is to let external devs develop the apps who can charge per volume or for access to the app (that at least is how I understand it atm:  https://www.reddit.com/r/ethereum/comments/3il72a/revenues_for_dapp_developers/).  Marketing is  done also by the respective dev (or a referral program if he codes that into his app  additionally.
The questions I put in here rarely get asked on mumble. Makes me feel a bit disappointed   :(

This may answer your question, your mileage may vary ...
https://soundcloud.com/beyond-bitcoin-hangouts/beyond-bitcoin-dev-hangout-8-21-2015-s3#t=22:00

Transcript, look at 22:00 ...
https://beyondbitcoin.org/bitshares-dev-hangout-bytemaster-testnets-and-guis-august-21-2015

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I can't get the mumble client to run so I will have to rely on this thread to get my question in there...

Regarding what has been brought up initially by bitcoinfan here https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php/topic,16318.msg227162.html#msg227162

Question: Do you see a way to combine the bitshare's scalable and efficient curated apps model with rewarding developers for how much the apps they develop are used (ethereum model)?

Context:
BitShare's model is to develop the apps in house and reward those that market them and find specific markets to market them to.
Ethereum's model is to let external devs develop the apps who can charge per volume or for access to the app (that at least is how I understand it atm:  https://www.reddit.com/r/ethereum/comments/3il72a/revenues_for_dapp_developers/).  Marketing is  done also by the respective dev (or a referral program if he codes that into his app  additionally.
The questions I put in here rarely get asked on mumble. Makes me feel a bit disappointed   :(

In the interest of making you feel less disappointed, I'll offer my layman's observations in an attempt to draw fire from someone who actually knows. (This isn't exactly rocket science, and they don't generally let me code any more, actually ever, but I'll opine on it anyway.)

1.  We have numerous examples where certain transactions always result in some fee transferred to some permanent account (referral fees and user issued asset fees come to mind). 
2.  Anyone can write code to extend BitShares (with features that add new transaction types that have their own fee logic) and attempt to get it voted into the official suite.

Therefore, I infer that, yes it might conceivably be absolutely, without doubt, a potential slam dunk, strong long shot possibility.

The rest is left as an exercise for the student.  :)

I asked this question if I recall correctly.  I try my best to ask as many community questions as possible. Obviously the main topics brought up in mumble don't always allow it though.  Wish I could always ask.  Oh and btw delulo...we will be starting to have hangouts with other chains so there will be opportunity for different times :)

Also. Please keep asking your questions. I appreciate them...truly.  you are a thinker delulo...and thinkers are my favorite question askers  ;P
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I can't get the mumble client to run so I will have to rely on this thread to get my question in there...

Regarding what has been brought up initially by bitcoinfan here https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php/topic,16318.msg227162.html#msg227162

Question: Do you see a way to combine the bitshare's scalable and efficient curated apps model with rewarding developers for how much the apps they develop are used (ethereum model)?

Context:
BitShare's model is to develop the apps in house and reward those that market them and find specific markets to market them to.
Ethereum's model is to let external devs develop the apps who can charge per volume or for access to the app (that at least is how I understand it atm:  https://www.reddit.com/r/ethereum/comments/3il72a/revenues_for_dapp_developers/).  Marketing is  done also by the respective dev (or a referral program if he codes that into his app  additionally.
The questions I put in here rarely get asked on mumble. Makes me feel a bit disappointed   :(

In the interest of making you feel less disappointed, I'll offer my layman's observations in an attempt to draw fire from someone who actually knows. (This isn't exactly rocket science, and they don't generally let me code any more, actually ever, but I'll opine on it anyway.)

1.  We have numerous examples where certain transactions always result in some fee transferred to some permanent account (referral fees and user issued asset fees come to mind). 
2.  Anyone can write code to extend BitShares (with features that add new transaction types that have their own fee logic) and attempt to get it voted into the official suite.

Therefore, I infer that, yes it might conceivably be absolutely, without doubt, a potential slam dunk, strong long shot possibility.

The rest is left as an exercise for the student.  :)

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