Pretty well I’d say, since we raised the full amount I haven’t halted payments development but in general I’m focusing manpower on things like improving base software stability. I’m hoping to see that pay dividends in the very near future.
with Sebastian on board I expect we’ll have a test blockchain up within a week or two, end of the month at most and be able to start integrating the dao stuff into the firmware. I’ve already been prepping for it’s integration with the stability stuff I’m doing.
In the meantime I’m going to keep payments moving, mostly to keep existing work from going stale and being wasted and to make sure we don’t make any choices that would dramatically increase the difficulty of integrating payments.
Either way we’ll have the subnet dao based stuff up soonest just for ease of integration reasons, then we can come back and extend the same infrastructure to build out the rest of payments.
No such thing as a ‘have it all’ plan, but this trades minimal extra time to dao integration for much cheaper and smoother payment integration (not to mention not abandoning existing work) so I’m happy with it.
As for literal timelines, EOM for stable networking and improved fundamentals, end of next month for test dao integration and much more rudimentary test payments unless something blocking comes up with Aragon. @Adam_Soltys what’s your impression of Aragon schedule wise so far?