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    Adam Levi
    @leviadam
    Regarding the vote, build a new voting machine to do what you want, should not be too hard :)
    Good lock
    There is the simpleICO scheme you can use
    Doug Kent
    @dkent600
    Could staking be a quick compromise?
    Adam Levi
    @leviadam
    Not sure, it is not the protocol he is describing
    Doug Kent
    @dkent600
    yeah, not really
    In other words, its not all out-of-the-box in this case. Correct me if I'm wrong: he needs two things: 1) a way to trade ETH for tokens, and 2) a way to weight votes by token holdings.
    those schemes could be plugged into a DAOstack DAO
    Adam Levi
    @leviadam
    ETH for tokens exists
    It is the simpleICO scheme
    Doug Kent
    @dkent600
    OK, I'm not familiar with that scheme.
    Adam Levi
    @leviadam
    1. One can create a voting machine that will weight by token and not rep
    Doug Kent
    @dkent600
    Should be easy to clone AbsoluteVote to do that
    Adam Levi
    @leviadam
    Yes
    Doug Kent
    @dkent600
    @amhunt Does this makes sense to you? What is does your application framework look like?
    SimpleICO looks pretty straightforward
    Andrew Hunt
    @amhunt
    Yes! I think we're still figuring out the backend. We were thinking of doing exactly what adam suggested, trying to adapt the simpleico contract and then adding a voting contract
    Tibet Sprague
    @tibetsprague
    there isnt a good example of using simpleico, except in the Arc tests, that could be useful
    but Arc.js doesnt yet wrap SimpleICO
    Doug Kent
    @dkent600
    Arc.js doesn't wrap SimpleICO, but it does supply the deployed contract and address
    Just looking at the SimpleICO.sol, it indeed looks pretty simple
    @amhunt For the voting contract, I think it should be easy to adapt AbsoluteVote.
    Andrew Hunt
    @amhunt
    ok sounds good
    thanks for the help! We'll come back if we have any more questions :)
    Doug Kent
    @dkent600
    Are you going to be using javascript, per chance, to work with the contracts?
    (If so, you can look at the Arc.js package)
    Tibet Sprague
    @tibetsprague
    @dkent600 we've got another team needing help. i have to step out for a while, so i hope you can help
    Doug Kent
    @dkent600
    Yup, I'm here
    Tibet Sprague
    @tibetsprague
    cool
    man we really needed to create a hello world
    Doug Kent
    @dkent600
    like a javascript application?
    Tibet Sprague
    @tibetsprague
    yes
    Doug Kent
    @dkent600
    I'm heading to bed, handing the watch over. Will be back in another six hours... cheers and good luck to everyone!
    Tibet Sprague
    @tibetsprague
    cool, struggling with npm mostly over here...
    Tibet Sprague
    @tibetsprague
    Going to sleep! Some teams may need help when the Israeli crew wakes up!
    Doug Kent
    @dkent600
    Good morning
    Matan Tsuberi
    @tsuberim
    Morning
    Tibet Sprague
    @tibetsprague
    Well I guess folks tried to struggle through on their own. Or gave up :) we’ll find out soon!
    Doug Kent
    @dkent600
    :thumbsup:
    Maybe they even succeeded without a struggle :-) Sounds like the wifi there was a struggle for sure though....
    Adam Levi
    @leviadam
    I hope we get at least one candidate
    Tibet Sprague
    @tibetsprague
    im posting about our submission in the Conferences slack channekl
    Adam Levi
    @leviadam
    Cool
    joshmzemel
    @joshmzemel
    oren, i believe stateside team will not be coming to ethcc... i think it will just be the israel/europe crew going!
    Mark Nuzzolilo
    @Mnuzz
    Hello, Pat told me about this channel. I'm a developer that was previously working with Bitnation. Have been interested in DAOStack and the space in general for some time now.
    Adam Levi
    @leviadam
    Hi @Mnuzz pleasur to have you here!
    Please check out our git, ask questions.
    Alison Berreman
    @AlBerreman_twitter
    Hey, I'm not sure if this is a common problem, but I've been trying to deploy a test DAO with Vanille, and it keeps giving me this "invalid number of arguments to solidity function" error. For me this happened after the 5th contract deployed, but for my partner it happened with the 3rd. For both of us, Etherscan shows it as if the tx was successful, but then the deployment of the next contract is just never triggered. Is this user error (we're just arbitrarily selecting all seven schemes - maybe this is the problem?), or a known bug?
    Also, hey dudes! I work for Blockchains LLC and am tasked with "solving governance" XD . I love (most of) what I know about DAOstack, but this is my first time actually trying to deploy one and play.
    Cervantes
    @criptocervantes_gitlab
    Is this used?