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Ask the right questions. Gaining money out of your participation in a community should be a "side-effect" and not a goal.
The question was also raised in Github: why are there two different places for documentation?
You will need to test it in Mac eventually in order to tute it as Mac-compliant though, right?
This is a good idea. It could start dcrd if it's not already running. There should be an option to disable/enable it.
> So I don't see how just writting the software, gives you a pass to not participate in it socially.
Not to be misunderstood, you are not...
I don't understand your surprise to my request. The "freakin" software may be used by myriads but it's going to be really understood by a few at...
One thing I would like to see is more social presence by its core devs. You should storm events, write blog posts, spread the word. Or maybe its a...
I find Decred by far one of the most interesting open source projects out there. It's not only a very ambitious protocol, but also its take on...
Is this roadmap available on Github?
How about a flag that would be required in case the fee was higher than the set limit? Users should be allowed to do anything they want.
Yep, I got some of those as well. The delivery was pretty fast (less than a week) and I am over at Europe! The stickers are very good quality, now...
I think ease of use is paramount. User experience should be top priority.
Docs, docs, docs, and a fancy gui.
You just need to pass --walletpass=[the password with which you encrypted your wallet]
I would love to test PoS, thanks!