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title: Monero Audit-Rework
author: Lazaridis
date: 2019-06-29
amount: 110
- name: Milestone 1 - Preparation, Skeletons
funds: 11
status: unfinished
- name: Milestone 2 - Project Audit
funds: 22
status: unfinished
- name: Milestone 3 - Product Audit
funds: 33
status: unfinished
- name: Milestone 4 - Code Audit
funds: 44
status: unfinished
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What you need most is to "immediately capture" newcomers (be it end-users, standard-devs, upper-league devs).
I assume that this is something known by the whole community: things need to become simpler, be it in context of project-contribution or product-adoption.
Research needs to be simpler, too. For this, a very well organized source-code-base is needed (ease of maintenance, and especially ease of extension/variation).
## Goal
The goal is essentially to prepare the project, to remove barriers, thus I'm able to execute (in a later CCS) more difficult tasks on (hard-) core-level (this can go down to hardware/chip-level).
The immediate benefit for monero is that entry-barriers will be removed, enabling more people to adopt Monero. And that a new high-XP (hard-)core-developer enters the project.
## Process / Method
"Bird of Prey" - lurking around above the monero resources (projects, site, docs etc.), and you never know where I'll dive in and "hit".
Media: repos, reddit, very minimal private email (things that possibly should not be asked/stated in public).
Some results may look like a classic SWOT-analysis.
## Timing
Estimated duration: 2 to 4 weeks, executed exclusively by myself.
I've started this already, to avoid discussing this in theory. Simply see what I'm doing, so you can assess if it's worth "pushing" it.
Milestones are not 100%, they overlap, e.g. milestone 2 focuses on Project, but Product/Code are analyzed, too.
(essentially, Milestones are not applicable for such kind of work)
## Expiration
Not sure what this is about. If I don't get the "mileston 1" fund quick&easy, thus my "Commercial Context" kicks in, then I'll most possibly stop.
Otherwise this is just a start, I would continue with CCS in 2 further 3 months chunks, the possibly a 6 month chunck for the "really heavy stuff".
## Me
Beware: I sometimes sound like a badly maintained bot when in deep-dive work (zero diplomacy, laconic tone).
My super-concise CV:
One of ther reasons I left Ethereum behind, looking for high-profile C++ crypto-projects for a "full dive in":
Why Ethereum Folks likes me so much:
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