No, my projects were mostly related to singal processing. From open projects I worked on this: https://github.com/TrinityCore/TrinityCore
It is not my project, it’s just full of minor bugs that I was fixing for some game server.
I am at some image processing summer school atm, after I’m done with it in ~10 days, I’ll see what i can do here.
FTC is an open project, the admins and members have contributed the guides, forum and software to run such exchange and to “print your own money” by mining Feathercoin. Without the foundation of that work there is nothing to build on …
A project that relies on “cheap money” to succeed, is liable to fail, but I’d be interested to know more about what “Indian Market” is, in case we can help point to what is available.
i.e. FTC is the “printer” that prints the money, the admins maintain the printer, the forum is set up to train other printer maintainers.
The forum also has sections, like projects, usually hardware or software based and Generally FTC / Blockchain related.
Feathercoin specific technical developments, official and unofficial are in the Technical developments thread. Any non FTC related discussion can be held in Off Topic.
Feathercoin has a specific section for discussing Marketplaces issues, there is a specific sub section for exchanges. The moderators will allow a thread per exchange but spaming will be banned.
I have not fully looked into seg-wit, I understand it is a feature that can be used in future versions of FTC and may be testable in 0.11.
As such, I believe from previous discussion ( @ghostlander, @Lizhi) i.e. those that might program it, we need some custom settings for FTC. I do not believe those settings have been properly agreed.
In order to move forward, we have therefore spent a lot of time reviewing and fixing 0.6.x development line. The next strategic task to obtain further functionality is to release 0.11.x through a similar review procedure, then move so as FTC development is at Bitcoin head.
This is not a complicated programing task, in fact both @Lizhi and @Bushstar have documented it withing Github FTC commits. Any contributer could go through commits and make a list of FTC parameters and changes, required to patch head Bitcoin to FTC …
Where’as FTC have a small team slowly moving forward, or already having tasks or responsibilities >> hobby that could easily be accelerated with more support. Either completing some small task, learning part of the development procedure … all would help these new features appear.