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Collective to manage grant funds from Dfinity to support maintenance work for Secure Scuttlebutt

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Evan Henshaw-Plath

$155 NZD since Nov 2019

2
Benedict Lau

$125 NZD since Jun 2020

3
Pawel Krawczyk

$50 NZD since Jul 2019

4
Interfect

$30 NZD since Jan 2020

Organizations

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Dfinity

$44,636.34 NZD since Jul 2019

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Planetary

$780 NZD since Nov 2019

Scuttlebutt Maintenance is all of us

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Thank you for supporting Scuttlebutt Maintenance.

Dfinity

$44,636 NZD

Planetary

$780 NZD

Evan Henshaw-...

backer

$155 NZD

Benedict Lau

$125 NZD

Pawel Krawczyk

backer

$50 NZD

Interfect

$30 NZD

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Monthly financial contribution to Scuttlebutt Maintenance...

Credit from Evan Henshaw-Plath to Scuttlebutt Maintenance

+$5.00NZD
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Monthly financial contribution to Scuttlebutt Maintenance

Credit from Benedict Lau to Scuttlebutt Maintenance

+$5.00NZD
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by Mix Irving

-$500.00 NZD
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Invoice #77576
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Today’s balance

$13,562.98 NZD

Total raised

$45,675.05 NZD

Total disbursed

$32,112.07 NZD

Estimated annual budget

$120.31 NZD

About


These funds exist to support "maintenance" within the scuttlebutt ecosystem. This is broadly activities which improve existing scuttlebutt experiences around e.g. development, security of software, accessibility.

Examples of what we've funded:
  • documentation for libraries (existing, and new)
  • bug fixes / security patches
  • writing / animation which make p2p concepts more accessible
  • a tool which supports key backup

Some of these projects have been things which support maintainability in the long term. e.g. if people know what to expect from a pub,
then they will be less surprised by actual system behaviour, which means less problem solving further down the track. Similarly helping people recover their keys has been a common problem. Guides are funded because they are higher level documentation, and also, the more accessible the ecosystem, the more people we will have to support maintenance.

Examples of things this OC does not fund:
  • new features
  • research of new concept

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