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Muse October update: Forums, new dev, third parties & Dsound
« on: October 10, 2017, 03:37:26 pm »
Here's the update on Steemit:

https://steemit.com/muse/@cob/muse-october-update


« Last Edit: October 10, 2017, 03:40:29 pm by cobb »

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Re: Muse October update: Forums, new dev, third parties & Dsound
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2017, 04:05:55 pm »
Hello all!

  Quick little recap just to bring you up to speed on the state of Muse.

We’ve done a little reorganization in order to prevent anything from slipping through the cracks. 

First off, the forums 
  https://muse.help/ is now the official discussion board. Slack is great for conversations, group chats and private messages but things can get lost in the feed. The new forum includes specific sub-forums for news and announcements, technical issues, proposals on the code base and of course general discussions. Gabriel and I will be checking it daily and recommend everyone make it a habit as well, not only to help out newcomers by answering basic questions but for sharing your thoughts openly. Come help spark healthy discussions and we will attract quality supporters interested in using blockchain tech to revamp the music world. 

Gabriel
  Those of you on our slack channel have already been introduced to Gabriel. For those that weren’t aware, Gabriel has been helping us out part-time for a few months now and has taken on a more active role on October 1st.

  As our internal IT specialist, Gabriel will be monitoring Github, Slack and the muse.help forum for all issues, bugs, suggestions and requests that need to be addressed. Whether these issues are from tech-savvy Witnesses or regular web wallet users, he will be able to sort out and prioritize them while ensuring nothing slips through the cracks. We need someone highly technical to have a general overview of all of Muse’s moving parts (including the community) and that is able to either take care of, or delegate/assign issues to the proper person. The goal is to remove bottlenecks all while giving clear direction to the eager-to-help outside community. Gabriel is currently building his knowledge base as he goes along. He’s a very skilled developer and catches on very fast. He is already extremely valuable in our efforts to get Muse off the ground. 

Speaking of help!
  Starting today, October 9th, we have a new pair of hands (and a big juicy brain) to joins us with development work. One of the Muse witnesses, Johnstor5 - known as @raymonjohnstone here on Steemit - has begun working with us directly. First priority is to assist us in creating the Muse smart contract test app, which will allow everyone to try out Muse’s smart contract capabilities. Which brings me to the next point… 

Third parties integrating with Muse
  A company (whose name cannot be announced yet) has chosen Muse for their proof-of-concept of a platform that will completely decentralize the entire music production lifecycle. The prototype is on its way. This is an entirely independent company, which has no ties to PeerTracks inc. When faced with the options of either creating their own blockchain from scratch or plugging into Muse, they chose the latter as it can speed up their time to market while leveraging the network effect of this open sourced project. 

Dsound.audio
  @prc the creator of Dsound will be taking an active look at Muse in the next few weeks. The goal is to integrate Dsound.audio with Muse as well as with Steem. Musicians on this platform would then be paid for every spin (play) in Muse Dollars while getting Steem Dollars for every Heart (upvote). This is the general idea, still in its early stage but if it goes through, it would mean the Muse blockchain would have a full circle use case – the musician-side music upload and copyrights management. Combined with the Listener-side free music streaming since Muse automatically pays out all the participants in the streamed song. The heart/upvote would be the icing on the cake tying the two value-creator rewarding communities together! 

Want to help?
  Well we are looking for helping hands wanting to work for MUSE. Get in touch with me if you are interested in joining us before this takes off. We are entering a very exciting stage in this project’s life! 


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« Last Edit: October 10, 2017, 04:13:32 pm by musewhale »
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Re: Muse October update: Forums, new dev, third parties & Dsound
« Reply #2 on: October 10, 2017, 04:07:49 pm »
great job,mygoodfriend,wish us facai :)
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