Proposal “dash-nexus-migration“ (Active)Back

Title:Dash Nexus - Migration
Monthly amount: 382 DASH (26492 USD)
Completed payments: no payments occurred yet (3 month remaining)
Payment start/end: 2019-01-16 / 2019-04-15 (added on 2019-01-11)
Final voting deadline: in 12 days
Votes: 185 Yes / 40 No / 5 Abstain
Will be funded: No. This proposal needs additional 339 Yes votes to become funded.
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Proposal description

Dear Dash community, 

The details of our proposal are available on Dash Nexus: Dash Nexus - Migration

Thank you for your support!

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Discussion: Should we fund this proposal?

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0 points,1 day ago
@dashnexus thank you for reaching out to clarify the future of nexus, it was a pleasure having a conversation with yuri.

Voting Yes!
2 points,3 days ago
This project is a major cog in the role out of dash developments in 2019. My vote is an obvious yes..
2 points,3 days ago
This project is essential, critical infrastructure for the DAO moving forward, and this proposal will help us fund the features necessary for it to perform as we will need it to perform in the coming months when we start having to manage an ecosystem full of hungry Dapp developers and later on with Dash Ventures. We need to have all the essential features built out, tested, and functioning live by then. The price decline hit this project harder than most, but it deserves our support and the DAO can't really go on without it. It's very important that we continue to fund this project and finish the build out of necessary features.
1 point,3 days ago
First we spend a ton of money building this platform now it costs another 100k to just migrate?

Whats next 500k for tooth fairies?
0 points,3 days ago
How many cycles am I going to have to post responses directly to you asking you to actually read and thoroughly investigate proposals before making some low-value, rude, ignorant comment? When are you going to start behaving like an adult, like a professional, and not some 12 year old playing on his Xbox?
1 point,3 days ago
@aryhyron i could careless of your feeble opinion, i dont have the time to write extensive replyes such as yourself. Ive actually got successful business that I run, not sit infront of a pc all day and watch the dao.

And for the facts they stand, have you calculated at all how much money has been spent?

Or have you put some thought into their recent proposal?, STRV is hoping to engage the dao as a long term piggy bank full-stop.

Thank you
0 points,1 day ago
If you don't have the time to put in the time and effort to thoroughly understand and investigate proposals, then you shouldn't be commenting at all. The DAO would be better off without those kinds of comments. I also own and run and work at a successful business, and I make the time. If you feel that you don't have the time to perform your duties adequately and professionally, then delegate your votes to someone who does in the update launching later today. There's no excuse for consistently behaving this way, someone who is ostensibly "running a successful business" should know this.

Yes, I'm aware of how much as been spent, and I'm also aware it's significantly less than was originally allotted due to price depreciation. If you had a problem with the cost, then you should have reviewed the previous proposals and made your disagreement about the associated costs known then, because they were actually higher back when the budget was larger.

Your questions indicate that you haven't sufficiently understood anything that has transpired (i.e. the cost is not simply for *migration,* the "migration" aspect of this proposal is about trying to wean the DAO off our old structures and networks and shift the activity to the new platform) but are quick to accuse paid, high-level contractors doing good work of greed and malfeasance without any evidence other than you think it's expensive. Do you not see how that sort of behavior is problematic, unhelpful, and counter-productive? That's not an acceptable or professional way of behaving or doing business, and your peers shouldn't have to teach you how to be a decent human being, let alone a decent business partner.

Comments and behavior like this do real harm to the DAO, and force those of us who are trying to be professional and courteous to play babysitter. It's not a good look for any of us.
-2 points,1 day ago
@arthyron save it for someone who cares what you think to be its just bunch of noise

Secondly it was a statement made tounge-in-cheek clearly its indicitive of that matter of fact ive always been a supporter of nexus!

We can see your business sense by voring yes for proposals which gouge the network i.e vz merchant.

Dash watch is preparing reports will be published soon!
0 points,1 day ago
Yeah, you don't get to accuse Nexus and its contractors of malfeasance and just say you were joking around to cover it up. Don't be that guy that says something off-color and pretends he was joking when it finds it was unpopular or that he shouldn't have said it. Just do better, it's not like this is the only proposal in which you've behaved reprehensibly. Do you treat your day-to-day business partners and customers that way? Why would you do it here, when you are negatively impacting all our stake in this project?
-2 points,1 day ago
I never said i was joking around.

Secondly heres a definition of the actual language

wrongdoing, especially by a public official.

By saying they asking for money for random things is no way to be construed as 'malfeasance'

Quite the contrary i suggest you get yourself an english dictionary

Thank you.
1 point,3 days ago
What Realmrhack was writing, is not entirely made-up.
So far much more (!) money was spent than value delivered.
The Nexus team should be more sensible and reasonable when requesting funds, not just about the amounts but also spread out their ask over longer periods of time, especially in the situation the treasury is right now.
0 points,1 day ago
How are you measuring value? What metrics? What would a reasonable cost be? These are vague and nebulous accusations, and thus unhelpful. How--specifically--could the Nexus team accomplish these goals and improvements you describe?

If you'll review the previous proposals, they received much, much less money than they had requested, which pushed back timelines and reduced the scope of Nexus MVP. Had they received the full amount they had initially requested, they probably would have launched earlier with more features. Again, this is a matter of actually following the development cycle.

Another thing to consider is the work they're going to have to do with the upcoming changes to the DAO and the addition of Dash Ventures and other factors that they may have to facilitate. It would behoove us to actually have all of that squared away ahead of time, but we're just not going to get there without funding. Critical infrastructure is far more important than any other spending we can do aside from primary development. It's worth the cost if we're going to be ready for what's coming.