Proposal “dash-community“ (Closed)Back
|One-time payment:||250 DASH (10849 USD)|
|Completed payments:||1 totaling in 250 DASH (0 month remaining)|
|Payment start/end:||2016-11-04 / 2016-12-19 (added on 2016-10-18)|
|Final voting deadline:||in passed|
|Votes:||591 Yes / 172 No / 0 Abstain|
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Have a look at this post:
Having an extra hosting bill, and maintenance against LAMP attacks and such should be something preventable by moving the backend to a decentralized platform, also more sustainable.
Besides, what exactly do you think happened to "the slack project"? Did you know that to date - it is by far the project with the most detailed monthly reporting and that every bit of funding went back to the community? It even paid partially for Amanda's 'Dash School' video series. (Balance was crowd sourced from personal funds from people running that Slack.) I use that as an example, because following your logic, the Slack group owns those videos, which is not true. The same applies for this proposal.
Best of luck on this proposal Rion.
> I am not sure if I can support it
As soon as a project becomes public open source it is not centralized by definition anymore
I just disagree with the term "Dash is centralized" - currently the driving factor may be centralized. But as soon as someone decide to try it a different way he is free to do so
I love the blog post as well. Well done.