|11 Feb 2019|
|22:32:54||Andreas||!dish 23 dapp points to @donadams:matrix.org for being so patient with @morgangr:matrix.org on the GRACEaid article!|
|22:32:59||Giveth Bot||@morgangr:matrix.org dished 23 DAPP points to @donadams:matrix.org|
|12 Feb 2019|
|13:44:50||chebo||Hey, guys, just a quick question. Will the Giveth Live be more prominently featured once it's out of beta? Right now it's really hard to find it|
|15:08:51||danibelle||The answer is yes. And the further question is, should we make the Beta easier to find. Right now you have to have a direct link (such as in an article or from a DAC, Campaign, Milestone owner publishing it), or read the wiki to find the link.|
|15:26:42||chebo||Yes, exactly why I'm asking. I'm guessing the reason why beta is not easier to find is because it's still beta?|
|16:50:05||Giveth Bot|| |
Events the next 2 months:
Full Calendar: http://calendar.giveth.io
|17:02:09||donadams||Andreas another thought: if anyone has expressed interest in donating crypto (even a small amount) to your campaign, let's try to have them do it before we publish this article? That way, the campaign won't say "no donations yet" or whatever when people click the link and land on that page...|
|17:23:11||joshafairhead||!dish 20 gov points to donadams for trying to close open loops!|
|17:23:14||Giveth Bot||@joshafairhead:matrix.org dished 20 GOV points to @donadams:matrix.org|
|17:23:51||Giveth Bot||the rewardDAO sheet can be found here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12cblUYuYq4NwZX7JdRo0-NWnrOxlDy-XCbvF3ugzb2c|
Agree! We have some ETH donated by a couple of people. I don’t have anyone else.
|13 Feb 2019|
In reply to @donadams:matrix.orgwoops adam, is this from Last Monday? If so I completely missed this, so strange..
|00:34:02||krrisis||will review tomorrow|
|00:34:22||krrisis||could you please check with Andreas to find a fitting image to add into this? thx!|
|00:43:00||donadams||nope it's from yesterdaykrrisis|
|14 Feb 2019|
|17:11:16||krrisis||Giveth talks to Mark Surman, Executive Director of the Mozilla Foundation on Community, Culture and Blockchain. Join us on Tue Feb 19, 7PM CET, 10 AM PST, 1PM EST, ask your questions and plz help us spread the message by liking, retweeting and upvoting|
|15 Feb 2019|
In reply to @krrisis:matrix.org- Q1: How much influence does Google have in Mozilla with a $330 mil. annual endowment?
- Q2: Is there any pressure to switch to Chromium?
|10:43:13||chebo||- Q3: Where do they host their service? I know some part is on Google cloud|
|10:46:05||chebo||- Q4: Hypothetically, if they said no to Google's money, would they be able to keep their operation going?|
I like the edge and think those are awesome questions - however, I think the main motivation is shared learning, as opposed to investigative journalism. We could rephrase those questions positively, i.e.:
What plans does mozilla have to reduce dependence on centralized services like google?
|13:50:17||geleeroyale||or ... How can the whole Internet gather momentum for decentralization again and reduce dependence on centralized services like google in the light of new protocols?|
|14:04:28||chebo||Or that :)|
|17:15:15||krrisis||yes! nice Qs, very welcome to add those rephrasings to the doc geleeroyale - it's in the unicorns channel|
My view of the issue (as you may noticed, as a former journalist) is that Mozilla is now only one of the two major browsers (the other one being Safari) that don't run on Chromium. As such I think they bare quite a heavy burden of keeping the ecosystem diverse. And if they are in Google's pocket that would really suck. In reality it would mean that we have effectively handed over the web to those fuckers. And that's the amount of power no one should have.
|21:02:51||joshafairhead||Love the spirit and questions @chebo:matrix.org! But yeah, I think @geleeroyale:matrix.org has the right phase slant, please do pass more questions through that prism tho, they are very worthwhile :)|