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CPMT2 Proposal for the second build cycle
« on: July 16, 2015, 12:07:51 pm »

The first 12 week build cycle earlier in the year managed to accomplish the successful target roll out of a v1 sNET GUI, creating a mult-wallet style interface with additional features and functionality cross-platforming between sNET and NXT, which amply served to demonstrate proof-of-concept for the project.

This was done during a period where much of the technology was so bleeding-edge-innovative that we needed to allow for refactoring and reconfiguration of many of the back-end systems on-the-fly. Still, what was created during those 12-weeks is not only evidence of the validity of the tech, but also of the drive and determination of those who contributed to its development. Spread across multiple time-zones and from many different backgrounds, the collaborative efforts of everyone involved demonstrated what is possible through a motivated and focused development team.

There are still a number of SuperNET side projects continuing under their own development teams, but now it is time for us to create the first out-of-the-box SuperNET platform with integrated decentralised trading through iDEX, which is now reaching the stage of finalising the backend of the Windows build.

Utilising the Electron (http://electron.atom.io/) platform, we intend to roll out a single-download/install SuperNET application which incorporates a selection of sNET GUI features and iDEX trading capability designed to be functioning and operational at installation completion.

For this goal we have scheduled a shorter second cycle this time around, of 8 weeks.

Where some of the members of this cpmt group will have the majority of their workload either at the beginning or the end of the process, I intend to utilise any spare capacity for the evaluation and possible incorporation of another key feature within this Electron-based solution, a VPN'd web browser which, again, should work as required out-of-the-box.

Electron offers the opportunity for us to create a visually pleasing front-end with numerous options and routes for us to achieve further integrations and feature-enhancements for the continuing development of the sNET package as whole.

Whilst quite a bit of preparatory work has already been undergone, the 'Day 1' for this second build cycle of 8 weeks is proposed for this coming Monday 27th July.

The weekly wage payments of sNETx2 asset are proposed as:

Eth - Brand Architect/Graphical Design - EUR1300
Vanbreuk - Chief MGW Management/Migration/Testing/Debugging - EUR900
Longzai1988 - sNET Coding  - EUR600
Noashh - Payroll and General liaison, Social Media/Content Delivery Management/Enhancement, MGW node operation/testing - EUR400
Toenu - Electron platform specialist - EUR300

There are still additional roles and bounties likely to arise in various development areas but for the purposes of this second build cycle itself the above should provide for sufficient commitment to the goal of delivering an out-of-the-box SuperNET and iDEX trading platform which can immediately be promoted to the wider community as a viable alternative to the risks posed by centralised trading services.

If we are able to also incorporate an out-of-the-box VPN'd browser for users to be able to freely access our services and the wider web, we will be able to offer a comprehensive solution to many of the problems facing cryptocurrency users in various parts of the world. Multi-language versions, as with the sNET V1 GUI, will be available, too.

Comments, questions and suggestions are welcome.





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Re: CPMT2 Proposal for the second build cycle
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2015, 01:33:22 pm »

Q:  Will there be a split with SNx2 again?

Q: Last time Frohike was portrait as a key figure in the team, and because of that he was paid nearly 8000€ a month, now you don't even need him anymore?

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Re: CPMT2 Proposal for the second build cycle
« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2015, 01:52:21 pm »

A: As I understand it James will arrange for a buy-wall to be placed on sNETx2 for those people who need to cash out as and when. Due to the fact that, as far as I am aware, we are still waiting for the BTER BTC funds to be returned, the proposal is trying to utilise sNETx2 only as a wage payment.


A: Frohike's role as security and continuous-delivery specialist for the first CPMT cycle did not develop as expected due to the ultra-rapid innovations and refactoring being made on the fly. They simply did not fit for the environment.

In the end he was only paid for the first few weeks of that role when it became apparent that his solutions would not accommodate for the unusually dynamic nature of the development environment, with his salary eventually being used later in the first cycle period to pay for other people who were brought in to handle additional aspects of the build. There is still a potential for the systems he has created to come into play later in the project's development.




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Re: CPMT2 Proposal for the second build cycle
« Reply #3 on: July 16, 2015, 02:08:37 pm »

A: As I understand it James will arrange for a buy-wall to be placed on sNETx2 for those people who need to cash out as and when. Due to the fact that, as far as I am aware, we are still waiting for the BTER BTC funds to be returned, the proposal is trying to utilise sNETx2 only as a wage payment.


A: Frohike's role as security and continuous-delivery specialist for the first CPMT cycle did not develop as expected due to the ultra-rapid innovations and refactoring being made on the fly. They simply did not fit for the environment.

In the end he was only paid for the first few weeks of that role when it became apparent that his solutions would not accommodate for the unusually dynamic nature of the development environment, with his salary eventually being used later in the first cycle period to pay for other people who were brought in to handle additional aspects of the build. There is still a potential for the systems he has created to come into play later in the project's development.






Thank you for the asnwers!

Keep doing great work! :)
 

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