Proposal “591-soda-machine“ (Closed)Back

Title:Please vote no on this proposal!
One-time payment: 591 DASH (17127 USD)
Completed payments: no payments occurred yet (1 month remaining)
Payment start/end: / 2016-02-20 (added on 2016-01-02)
Final voting deadline: in passed
Votes: 6 Yes / 261 No / 0 Abstain
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1 point,8 years ago
voted NO to get this incorrect budget proposal of the budget list fast.
correct budget proposal is the 590-soda-machine proposal.
1 point,8 years ago
Unfortanately the "591-soda-machine" was a little bit too big for the next super block and will not be paid. Due to this I've went ahead and submitted a new proposal called "590-soda-machine", which will definitely fit in the next budget. For future reference, here's how I figured out out the spacing.

The command "mnbudget projection" will give you the exact budget that will be paid if the budget was finalized right now. From this command, from this command you can look at the last "TotalBudgetAlloted", which represents the total amount that will be allocated and paid in the next super block. Currently this amount is 7432.26000000. I've also added a new command in the v13-evo branch on our main github, "mnbudget nextbudgetsize", this will calculate the next budget superblock size.

mnbudget nextbudgetsize == 802285689600
mnbudget totalbudgetalloted == 7432.26000000

802285689600-7432.26000000 = 59059689600 (590.59 DASH)

So now we have an excess of .59 DASH, I think we're good Wink

Ps: this is exactly how the budget system was intended to be used and work! It's really exciting to see us filling up the budgets to their exact allowed amount and prioritizing what we're doing. I'll also try to improve the commands for getting this type of information from the budget system, it's a real pain at the moment, but I see what needs to be done.

Please vote!

mnbudget vote cf26e6b9bca96048c8fc9ff48f3dbbc3eeb80c19ebc895c2bc13b6f4525170f9 yes
0 points,8 years ago
Math is hard.