If it was that simple it would be great, but that's not how "human nature" worksPut a donation address in your signature and get rich fast.
At least that's what I've been told...
Perfect!I guess most of us are estimates testing as important part of project.
But I guess just few of us understand how important testing is? I Mean which % of whole budget must be spending on testing?
I think people (MN OPs) need explanation and justification of the specific amounts...
Now I see 2 figures:
core-team: 1176 DASH/month
compensate-testers: 1588 DASH/month
For me it looks ... a bit suspicious, but if I can see explanation and justification of this disproportion - It will help to understand...
I think we should be very careful with all proposals numbers - so non of other project members shouldn't feel injustice towards them.
OK, I can understand our public-awareness campaign should be "secret" to protect us from competitors (hope results of this campaign will be very visible, not "secret" ).
But with testing... I can see no reason to have "secret budget".
Could we see a kind of business-plan of spending this "1588 DASH/month for testing" to vote for it more reasonable?
Incentive, (real incentive) IS necessary. And each single effort IS important. Without incentive there's no effort. I have been reading the DASH thread at the BTCtalk this morning, and it is clear to me that some key people in this community still don't understand this basic reality.
When DASH was only a "simple voluntary-donation project" it was "expected" to simply rely on the donation-work of us members: It was more than fair to see some people donating huge chunks of their free time and available money with the project, for the benefit of all >> but, of course for their own benefit, because no one will ever dedicate themselves to anything that will not bring them more (expected, at least) benefits them (tangible) losses.
It was easier to reach a "common-sense" of justice.
Now DASH is something else, it is a huge step further.... It may seem weird at first, but now it is not fair at all to expect that some people will work for free while watching others earning for their works.... remember each effort IS important, and (not only) for humans effort and dedication demand incentive.
While DASH will no longer have to "fight" for money, deep inside, we will have a quest ahead, for a perception of justice amongst our members.
To be honest. IMO this community (at least some key members) are still not mature enough. But with this new horizon we all will grow a lot inside.