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March 05, 2014, 01:47:02 PM
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Would it be possible to include wesleyh´s webclient in your releases instead of the webui we have now?
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March 05, 2014, 01:47:26 PM
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Mistafreeze,

can you meantime trie with the other clients if they agree?

thank you

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March 05, 2014, 01:47:41 PM
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Java should not be integrated into Nxt client. No installation that requires admin rights!

for mass adoption:

If average joe must even click one time more to install NXT then install BTC, LTC of whatever other coin.... they will install the easiest one.

so forget mass adoption if it is even 1 click more complicated than other coins for installation.
Installer on run tells "Oh, you don't have Java installed! Download it from official site (instructions, video) and then run installer again".

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March 05, 2014, 01:48:36 PM
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RE: Local NXT Person-to-Person Marketplace

Yesterday I've just received the very first generous donation for my upcoming project from Pouncer - 1,000 NXT, again thanks a lot!
It also made it into the NXT Newsletter #4 on nxter.org, awesome motivation!

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March 05, 2014, 01:48:43 PM
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@Jean-Luc

Would it be possible to include wesleyh´s webclient in your releases instead of the webui we have now?

also good solution, than mistafreeze can just update his installer and we are done.

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March 05, 2014, 01:50:55 PM
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NXT is going to change the world

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March 05, 2014, 01:55:26 PM
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NXT is going to change the world

not like that we ALL shall have to WORK for it!

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March 05, 2014, 01:55:56 PM
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Is there any specification on the Pooled Forging that you could make available? As in the API call specifically or how it works?

I'm thinking of it, any proposals?

I was thnking about 2 options:

OPTION 1:

1) High level API call from account "A" to assign/remove right to forge to account "B" as well as split between prize
2) If block is found then prize is split between "A" and "B" according to agreed split
3) If prize cannot be split (because block had 1NXT and we can't have less than 1 NXT in an account) then what?

OPTION 2:

1) High level API call from account "A" to assign/remove right to forge to account "B"
2) If block is found, then account "B" gets the prize

With option 2 then account "A" needs to trust account "B", as there's no guarantee that they will pay back the prize earned

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ps.: I'll have to be offline for a couple of hours.

It works as in option 2.

So if it's already coded, do you already have the API specs?

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March 05, 2014, 01:57:05 PM
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Pinarello how are things standing in the eMunie area? Are you still following them?
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March 05, 2014, 01:58:43 PM
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Is there any specification on the Pooled Forging that you could make available? As in the API call specifically or how it works?

I'm thinking of it, any proposals?

I was thnking about 2 options:

OPTION 1:

1) High level API call from account "A" to assign/remove right to forge to account "B" as well as split between prize
2) If block is found then prize is split between "A" and "B" according to agreed split
3) If prize cannot be split (because block had 1NXT and we can't have less than 1 NXT in an account) then what?

OPTION 2:

1) High level API call from account "A" to assign/remove right to forge to account "B"
2) If block is found, then account "B" gets the prize

With option 2 then account "A" needs to trust account "B", as there's no guarantee that they will pay back the prize earned

Comments?

ps.: I'll have to be offline for a couple of hours.

It works as in option 2.

So if it's already coded, do you already have the API specs?
when this will be available? in that version? Smiley
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March 05, 2014, 02:00:28 PM
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then how come nobody use them and people don't know about them?

This is actually a fair question. I think the answer is that there are MANY clients, and people generally want a recommendation for ONE. Nobody wants to rally behind one to the exclusion of others, so we arrive at a dilemma.

The key here, sadly, is for the "getting started" tutorials to focus on ONE, and then let people know there are many other options.  Right now, it's a choice paradox: when presented with many great options, people are left unable to make a decision. This is a proven aspect of human behaviour.


Exactly!

I couldn't say it better.

We are too much decentralised if it's about the client.

We need to chose one and make instructions or something. We don't need to call it official.
Just choose one so everyone can post that specific client as first. And if users are interested in other clients, we can redirect them.

It is very confusing right now.

Almost every coin has 1 wallet.

Will you be able/available to do it? Who should be in charge of this?

I don't see a problem with a private site basically endorsing only one client to keep it clear for new users.
They could still mention the other ones, but could put one client (doesn't matter to me which) BIG on front, so people will mainly go to that one.
These things don't need to be decided by all people. Site owners can and probably should decide this by themselves.

What average people do;

1. Open Google
2. Search NXT, NXT wallet
3. Click at the first website
4. Download the wallet

Result; NRS wallet appears on their desktop.

5. Cannot install
6. Delete
7. never look at it again

Aaaaannnd we lost another potential investor in NXT

So I really think that all the website's should use the same clients.
Maybe even two. One simple client just to make transactions. And another one with full options like AE, Forging, Alias etc



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Thanks. That's a good point.

I have an idea to win those "Never look at it again" people back. Posted it many times.

When we choose one or two clients > Promote it like hell (We have to update all NXT websites with those clients). With giveaways like; Download the client, post your address and get some free NXT would win investors we lost since november but also attract new investors.

With these really simple steps we will also create more 24/h volume and more people forging > more secure network.

Conclusion; We produced so much together. We have to get our shit together and present ourselves.


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March 05, 2014, 02:01:12 PM
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Java should not be integrated into Nxt client. No installation that requires admin rights!

for mass adoption:

If average joe must even click one time more to install NXT then install BTC, LTC of whatever other coin.... they will install the easiest one.

so forget mass adoption if it is even 1 click more complicated than other coins for installation.
Installer on run tells "Oh, you don't have Java installed! Download it from official site (instructions, video) and then run installer again".

My Nxt installer will download and install Java on the initial click if needed, no restart Tongue
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March 05, 2014, 02:02:46 PM
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@Jean-Luc

Would it be possible to include wesleyh´s webclient in your releases instead of the webui we have now?

also good solution, than mistafreeze can just update his installer and we are done.

This is by far the cleanest, easiest solution.

I believe that all the other clients currently have their own installers, and I doubt that they used the same environment as I did to create them. That said, there is no reason they can't easily incorporate the same functionality into their installers.
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March 05, 2014, 02:06:49 PM
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@Jean-Luc

Would it be possible to include wesleyh´s webclient in your releases instead of the webui we have now?

also good solution, than mistafreeze can just update his installer and we are done.

This is by far the cleanest, easiest solution.

I believe that all the other clients currently have their own installers, and I doubt that they used the same environment as I did to create them. That said, there is no reason they can't easily incorporate the same functionality into their installers.

I sent a message about this to JL yesterday, today he replied:

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Btw, would you like my client to be included in the next experimental release or something? Since the current version does not have the asset exchange, people can’t really test with it. Could be placed in a subfolder of the tools, so that pepole can still access regular client at :7875 and my test client at :7876/dev or something.

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Let's work on that. What is your bitbucket account? It will be easier
if I give you access and you commit your files so that I always get
your latest changes when packaging a release.

And it will be better to have it accessible at top level on port 7876,
with the current tools put under :7876/tools/.
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March 05, 2014, 02:06:53 PM
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My Nxt installer will download and install Java on the initial click if needed, no restart Tongue

If it exists, what we are talking about?

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Let's work on that. What is your bitbucket account? It will be easier
if I give you access and you commit your files so that I always get
your latest changes when packaging a release.

And it will be better to have it accessible at top level on port 7876,
with the current tools put under :7876/tools/.

Again Wiki should be rewritten completely.

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March 05, 2014, 02:09:30 PM
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My Nxt installer will download and install Java on the initial click if needed, no restart Tongue

If it exists, what we are talking about?

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Let's work on that. What is your bitbucket account? It will be easier
if I give you access and you commit your files so that I always get
your latest changes when packaging a release.

And it will be better to have it accessible at top level on port 7876,
with the current tools put under :7876/tools/.

Again Wiki should be rewritten completely.

Could you please link the client for reference?
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March 05, 2014, 02:10:05 PM
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Mistafreeze and marcus03,

Do you see any possibility to combine the best of both worlds to 1 installer?

thanks

My client is a thin client, so it does not need NRS and/or Java. It's "unzip and run the exe".

It currently doesn't have an installer, but I'll probably add one later for the more professional look.
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March 05, 2014, 02:12:22 PM
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My Nxt installer will download and install Java on the initial click if needed, no restart Tongue

If it exists, what we are talking about?

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Let's work on that. What is your bitbucket account? It will be easier
if I give you access and you commit your files so that I always get
your latest changes when packaging a release.

And it will be better to have it accessible at top level on port 7876,
with the current tools put under :7876/tools/.

Again Wiki should be rewritten completely.

Me clicking on too many things an losing track of where I am.

My installer downloads and installs Java when you install Nxt if you don't already have it, exactly like you said it shouldn't because of admin rights...which I agree with. Since Nxt requires Java, though, this was by far the most user friendly solution. Over 5,500 downloads and I've only seen 3 or 4 people(that have contacted me) that had issues.

The link is in my signature.
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March 05, 2014, 02:12:34 PM
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I sent a message about this to JL yesterday, today he replied:
Excelent news!
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March 05, 2014, 02:14:05 PM
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@Jean-Luc

Would it be possible to include wesleyh´s webclient in your releases instead of the webui we have now?

also good solution, than mistafreeze can just update his installer and we are done.

This is by far the cleanest, easiest solution.

I believe that all the other clients currently have their own installers, and I doubt that they used the same environment as I did to create them. That said, there is no reason they can't easily incorporate the same functionality into their installers.

I sent a message about this to JL yesterday, today he replied:

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Btw, would you like my client to be included in the next experimental release or something? Since the current version does not have the asset exchange, people can’t really test with it. Could be placed in a subfolder of the tools, so that pepole can still access regular client at :7875 and my test client at :7876/dev or something.

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Let's work on that. What is your bitbucket account? It will be easier
if I give you access and you commit your files so that I always get
your latest changes when packaging a release.

And it will be better to have it accessible at top level on port 7876,
with the current tools put under :7876/tools/.

Now that is some great news!!

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