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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #15 on: February 27, 2020, 09:59:58 am »
Spend little time, get a big influence.

I think what we need most now is change the trading method of market, which will take a big influence to the bitasset.

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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #16 on: February 27, 2020, 06:48:48 pm »
Spend little time, get a big influence.

I think what we need most now is change the trading method of market, which will take a big influence to the bitasset.
I don't understand.
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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #17 on: February 27, 2020, 06:49:26 pm »
I think it's too early to discuss the part 2 right now. Things can change a lot in 6 months. If part 1 worked well, we may start discussing part 2.

Got it.

Development for BSIP 64: Operational HTLC preimage length, HASH160 addition, and memo field (up to 12 hours)
Development for BSIP 69: Additional Assert Predicates (up to 25 hours)
Development for BSIP 74: Margin Call Fee Ratio (up to 60 hours)
Development for BSIP 77: Require Higher CR When Creating/Adjusting Debt Positions (up to 80 hours)
Development for BSIP 86: Share market fee to the network (up to 60 hours)

If we can make a small Mainnet Release for these BSIPs asap? in the next two months?
If to add features into 4.0.0 (and postpone the release date), I'd like to have "BSIP 85 Maker Order Creation Fee Discount" in it, since it's important to increase chain income.

Also "BSIP 87: Force Settlement Fee Ratio".

In addition, if to attract gateways building businesses on top of the chain, "BSIP 81 Simple Maker-Taker Market Fees" would be helpful.

Each of these changes is relatively small. However, more BSIPs means more development work and more time is needed.

First step would be to get them voted in. Please keep in mind that 1.14.158 - threshold-bsip is yet to be established, and at least I don't see it as the threshold for BSIPs as approved by BTS holders. If you do see it as the active threshold for BSIPs, please explain why.
I mean to include them if they're voted in.
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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #18 on: February 27, 2020, 09:19:51 pm »
@everyone

Worker Roadmap is being edited and budget recalculated. Posting update later today. It will follow with escrow submission after re-discussion.

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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #19 on: March 05, 2020, 11:26:28 am »
Is there a worker coming ?


Am asking because if not i will open one myself to push it forward
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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #20 on: March 13, 2020, 12:03:44 am »
Yes it's coming. Sincere apologies that I was completely unable to communicate or dedicate myself to work lately, I've had some private/family issues to take care of.
 
Before actual new draft, in simple terms:

Mainnet 4.0 will be rescheduled
Mainnet 4.0 will have few additional BSIP's added
Mainnet 4.0 will execute "reserve pool negative balances" fix
Mainnet 5.0 will not be included in 2020 core part 1 worker
Testnet 5.0 will be final point of the new worker draft

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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #21 on: March 15, 2020, 02:35:49 pm »
Yes it's coming. Sincere apologies that I was completely unable to communicate or dedicate myself to work lately, I've had some private/family issues to take care of.
 
Before actual new draft, in simple terms:

Mainnet 4.0 will be rescheduled
Mainnet 4.0 will have few additional BSIP's added
Mainnet 4.0 will execute "reserve pool negative balances" fix
Mainnet 5.0 will not be included in 2020 core part 1 worker
Testnet 5.0 will be final point of the new worker draft

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I believe release 4.0 will be a milestone in BTS evolution.
hope the reorganized core team can start to work on this ASAP. Time does not wait for people.
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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #22 on: March 20, 2020, 08:32:14 am »
After long and productive discussion with holders from the East, we agreed that some implementations and fixes cannot wait, but we also agreed that we cannot squeeze 2 mainnet releases in 6 months worker.

As a compromise and demand for urgent deployment before actual full core worker, I'm coming here on behalf of holders and core team to present you new 2020-core-prelude mini worker

2020-core-prelude 2 months (8.7 weeks) worker

Github - English version
PDF - English version (accessible from China)

Worker is sent to Linda Tian for translation and to the escrow to go on-chain, more updates to follow.

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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #23 on: March 20, 2020, 10:16:58 am »
After long and productive discussion with holders from the East, we agreed that some implementations and fixes cannot wait, but we also agreed that we cannot squeeze 2 mainnet releases in 6 months worker.

As a compromise and demand for urgent deployment before actual full core worker, I'm coming here on behalf of holders and core team to present you new 2020-core-prelude mini worker

2020-core-prelude 2 months (8.7 weeks) worker

Github - English version

PDF - English version (accessible from China)

Worker is sent to Linda Tian for translation and to the escrow to go on-chain, more updates to follow.

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Which holders from east?

Why BSIP87 is more important than BSIP77?  need some reason.

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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #24 on: March 20, 2020, 10:21:05 am »
After long and productive discussion with holders from the East, we agreed that some implementations and fixes cannot wait, but we also agreed that we cannot squeeze 2 mainnet releases in 6 months worker.

As a compromise and demand for urgent deployment before actual full core worker, I'm coming here on behalf of holders and core team to present you new 2020-core-prelude mini worker

2020-core-prelude 2 months (8.7 weeks) worker

Github - English version

PDF - English version (accessible from China)

Worker is sent to Linda Tian for translation and to the escrow to go on-chain, more updates to follow.

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Which holders from east?

Why BSIP87 is more important than BSIP77?  need some reason.

1) Everyone I was able to reach by WeChat and it's respective groups.
2) It's not that it's less important. It's more important to people with significant stake who are publicly agreeing to it and requesting it to be implemented. From the developers perspective, BSIP87 is far easier implementation that requires less time in testing over BSIP77.

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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #25 on: March 20, 2020, 10:45:23 am »
After long and productive discussion with holders from the East, we agreed that some implementations and fixes cannot wait, but we also agreed that we cannot squeeze 2 mainnet releases in 6 months worker.

As a compromise and demand for urgent deployment before actual full core worker, I'm coming here on behalf of holders and core team to present you new 2020-core-prelude mini worker

2020-core-prelude 2 months (8.7 weeks) worker

Github - English version

PDF - English version (accessible from China)

Worker is sent to Linda Tian for translation and to the escrow to go on-chain, more updates to follow.

Chee®s

Which holders from east?

Why BSIP87 is more important than BSIP77?  need some reason.

1) Everyone I was able to reach by WeChat and it's respective groups.
2) It's not that it's less important. It's more important to people with significant stake who are publicly agreeing to it and requesting it to be implemented. From the developers perspective, BSIP87 is far easier implementation that requires less time in testing over BSIP77.

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1. En, i can't get any informations from this respective groups in any public outlet,seems they are mysterious.
2. I can't get any enough reason for BSIP87, maybe just they like it.

I think BSIP74 and BSIP77 is enough for this mini mainnet releases, maybe incloud BSIP 64, so we may make a deployment in 1 month.

Besids, BSIP74 still have some problems need to check.

Ok, they can do what they like, wish they can destroy the bitassets totally.

Best regards.
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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #26 on: March 20, 2020, 11:13:53 am »
After long and productive discussion with holders from the East, we agreed that some implementations and fixes cannot wait, but we also agreed that we cannot squeeze 2 mainnet releases in 6 months worker.

As a compromise and demand for urgent deployment before actual full core worker, I'm coming here on behalf of holders and core team to present you new 2020-core-prelude mini worker

2020-core-prelude 2 months (8.7 weeks) worker

Github - English version

PDF - English version (accessible from China)

Worker is sent to Linda Tian for translation and to the escrow to go on-chain, more updates to follow.

Chee®s

Which holders from east?

Why BSIP87 is more important than BSIP77?  need some reason.

1) Everyone I was able to reach by WeChat and it's respective groups.
2) It's not that it's less important. It's more important to people with significant stake who are publicly agreeing to it and requesting it to be implemented. From the developers perspective, BSIP87 is far easier implementation that requires less time in testing over BSIP77.

Chee®s

1. En, i can't get any informations from this respective groups in any public outlet,seems they are mysterious.
2. I can't get any enough reason for BSIP87, maybe just they like it.

I think BSIP74 and BSIP77 is enough for this mini mainnet releases, maybe incloud BSIP 64, so we may make a deployment in 1 month.

Besids, BSIP74 still have some problems need to check.

Ok, they can do what they like, wish they can destroy the bitassets totally.

Best regards.

To be clear, I've personally originally have wanted full workers and list of BSIP's that satisfy all sides. Result is that there is a requirement for this to happens and here we are. Even though i respect your sentiment, i would still advise you to cheer up. Overlapping worker will be published in less than 2 months that will include both of mentioned BSIP's and will be proper worker as original intentions were.

Hence why worker name has `prelude` in it.

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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #27 on: March 20, 2020, 11:44:59 am »
Bsip64 has not been voted active.


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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #28 on: March 20, 2020, 12:10:22 pm »
Bsip64 has not been voted active.

Quoted from the English version of worker above:

"Important Notice to BTS Core Token Holders

By approving this worker you're not approving BSIP's available for voting on chain that are included in this worker. To avoid any delays with mainnet release upon delivery of this worker, please provide vote of support to listed BSIP's within 45 days from the worker start."


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Re: [Worker Proposal] 2020 Core Development (Part 1/2)
« Reply #29 on: March 23, 2020, 03:05:39 pm »
After long and productive discussion with holders from the East, we agreed that some implementations and fixes cannot wait, but we also agreed that we cannot squeeze 2 mainnet releases in 6 months worker.

As a compromise and demand for urgent deployment before actual full core worker, I'm coming here on behalf of holders and core team to present you new 2020-core-prelude mini worker

2020-core-prelude 2 months (8.7 weeks) worker

Github - English version
PDF - English version (accessible from China)

Worker is sent to Linda Tian for translation and to the escrow to go on-chain, more updates to follow.

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Chinese version is updated in dpos.club
https://dpos.club/t/topic/792