After almost 3 weeks, no one else has come forward to claim these projects. Since a long time has already been given to voice opposition, we will settle this by giving a short 3 day voting period.
After some discussion, the following project funds WILL NOT be reallocated:
- Roll Your Own DAC
The following projects WILL have their funds reallocated if the community votes to do so...
That is a total of 10,059.40 PPC that will be reallocated, 75% to PeerAssets and 25% to PeerKeeper.
Please vote yes or no. Your membership on this forum must be at least a week old and have at least 2 posts prior to the beginning of voting. This is to prevent fake accounts from affecting the voting. Voting ends late Sunday.
We've been talking on peercoin.chat about ways to raise more funding for our main projects that will help push Peercoin forward. We decided first to take a look at the current funding we already have on Peer4commit.com. We've taken a look through the list and selected various projects that we feel are no longer relevant. Together, these projects total up to 16,303.48 Peercoin.
The largest projects we have in the Peercoin ecosystem today are PeerAssets and PeerKeeper. Both projects are starved for funding by the community, even though these projects offer the best hope of returning Peercoin to its former glory. Peerchemist and Hrobeers have both agreed that they think the funds should be split, with 75% going to PeerAssets and 25% going to PeerKeeper.
We would like feedback from the community on whether you also think this is a good idea, or if there are any projects you believe should not be cut. The projects that have been selected have been deemed hopeless or no longer relevant and the funds are simply sitting on Peer4commit collecting dust. I personally believe we should use the funds and inject them into these two projects as they are the best chance we currently have of creating new use cases and bringing demand back to the Peercoin network.
Here are the projects that we wish to cut. There will be 2 weeks to post feedback on this before a decision is made...