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James Ray
@jamesray1
Tried again, but still the same thing, it just keeps flashing the cursor after Deploying Migrations...
Ayushya Chitransh
@AyushyaChitransh
is the miner running?
I faced similar issue and answered here https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/a/26251/16048
James Ray
@jamesray1
I'm just adding the account to parity UI (deprecated version).
No miner
Preston Van Loon
@prestonvanloon
Try a geth light client, if you can get peers then it only takes <5 minutes
I looked at the site again last night. They have a factory contract that you called to create a new contract
I don’t know how to get the abi from that though
James Ray
@jamesray1
Preston Van Loon
@prestonvanloon
Yep. Looks good, but it would be better if your deployed contract had the source code as well, in my opinion
James Ray
@jamesray1
That should just be the same as the source code here right? https://etherscan.io/address/0x6e95c8e8557abc08b46f3c347ba06f8dc012763f#code
Hmm, the deployed Aragon contract has different source code: https://etherscan.io/address/0xcafe1a77e84698c83ca8931f54a755176ef75f2c#code
But the compiler version is older.
James Ray
@jamesray1
And I used MultiSigWalletWithDailyLimitFactory whereas they used MultiSigWallet.
Preston Van Loon
@prestonvanloon
yeah we used multisigwallet as well
Harley Swick
@hswick
Hi there! Just wanted to continue my discussion with @jamesray1 from https://github.com/Drops-of-Diamond/diamond_drops/issues/19#issuecomment-380303811 . Phase 1 is very interesting to me, because it sounds almost exactly like the types of solutions I was thinking of for Truebit. We currently can't read from large/external blobs in a verifiable way, so I'm curious as to how Phase 1 might solve this
Also, really appreciate you taking the time to link all those resources
James Ray
@jamesray1
Note also this discussion is probably better had at https://gitter.im/ethereum/sharding since it is not specific to our implementation.
Hi again!
Harley it's probably best to talk with the actual research team about this. I'm still getting up to speed on research.
Harley Swick
@hswick
ok thanks, I will point some of my more research oriented team members that way then
I did read that comment actually. Just got done reading https://ethresear.ch/t/extending-skin-in-the-game-of-notarization-with-proofs-of-custody/1639 and was amazed by how similar it is to Truebit
James Ray
@jamesray1
I do monitor that room but I think it'd be better to move the discussion to there as other researchers and implementers are more likely to see it. There is another independent researcher, Max, who is looking at reducing the number of rounds of interactive verification. Justin and Vitalik would also be good to talk to.
Luke Schoen
@ltfschoen
If you want to create a bridge between Discord and Gitter, this configuration guide looks good https://github.com/42wim/matterbridge/wiki/How-to-create-your-config
James Ray
@jamesray1
Meh I can't be bothered, Gitter is good enough.
Too much else to do!
I've just been talking to Andy on Gitter, we will arrange an interview soon.
Screenshot from 2018-04-13 14-44-34.png
For a DAII (Decentralized Autonomous Iterative Investment), what do you guys prefer, wait for a more automated process with the beta release by Dogezer in July, or start working on one now, with more manual involvement from them?
I don't mind living off savings until July, but getting some positive cashflow sooner would also be good.
James Ray
@jamesray1
Maybe we can wait for the outcome of the conversation and do more work to improve out chances of getting a grant (e.g. also from Ethereum and the ECF).
Luke Schoen
@ltfschoen
do we have a staged project budget spend plan that warrants iterative investment?
James Ray
@jamesray1
I think the main budget item would be developer salaries, part of that would involve when we would hire new staff (or a maximum budget). Other expenses would include paying to attend conferences, setting up a website and marketing (although IMO this should only be a fraction of the budget, let the product market itself).
I haven't put together any formal budget document.
But there is a lot of work to do in the roadmap.
Additionally the way iterative investment works is that we have a pool of tokens, and we sell them on an as-needed basis to support workers who are involved with the project.
James Ray
@jamesray1
The price which we sell them at is higher at the start to account for risk, and reduces as the project develops.
James Ray
@jamesray1
For the record, my plan is to read, review and work on research as needed, while work on development if not needed. There are stuff that we can do that doesn't require further research, but I do want to get a better understanding of what the implementation will look like.
James Ray
@jamesray1
@aunyks @sirrom94 FYI work is well underway on sharding in Rust, if you're interested, feel free to help out.
James Ray
@jamesray1
I'll be talking with Mikhail @mkalinin and Dmitry from Harmony about sharding on Wednesday 9 am UTC time. I'll post a Zoom link here at that time.
James Ray
@jamesray1
terence tsao
@terenc3t
@jamesray1 Hi, I want to share this with you guys. This is a good list of grants to apply for
James Ray
@jamesray1
Thanks Terence! We've already applied with the EF and ECF. I think we'll be much more likely to be considered for a grant for other programs if we get a grant from these two parties, whereas I think other grant programs will be reluctant to fund us when they look into us and find out that the EF and ECF has not funded us yet.
Therefore I think it's best to continue working away until we get a grant from them, then we can apply for more grants.
But I will note your link for future reference.