Maybe better documentation?


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    I love feathercoin and I really believe that it will be one of the very few coins that will have an impact in the future, but as always there is room for improvement. I was on Twitter searching keywords in relation to feathercoin and I saw this user tweet a series of complaints about the documentation on feathercoin. I think he has a good point. He exaggerates a bit but if we make the documentation clearer and more detailed we could get more people developing and improving things for feathercoin? 0_1497174535619_Screen Shot 2017-06-11 at 11.41.57.png


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    Troll by proxy? interesting and novel …

    Never been on Twitter before, but found this :

    Andrew (Elycin)‏ also said …

    Hey!
    I’m a software engineer who specializes in PHP/Laravel (Full Stack) looking for work, could you please spread the word for me? Thanks!

    3 replies . 9 retweets 5 likes
    Andrew (Elycin)‏ @iamelycin 1h1 hour ago

    Things I won’t judge you for:
    Who you are as a person

    Things I will judge you for: how you indent code and what bracket style you use.

    Re : Andrew (Elycin)‏ @iamelycin 6h6 hours ago Replying to @iamelycin

    I honestly believe the reason why ethereum is so big is due to the extensive investment into the project itself, not the value of it.
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    Andrew (Elycin)‏ @iamelycin 6h6 hours ago
    Replying to @iamelycin

    There is absolutely no form of documentation on the RPC, and you expect people to use your currency?
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    Andrew (Elycin)‏ @iamelycin 6h6 hours ago
    Replying to @iamelycin

    You go to a website like feathercoin, and looks neat and convincing right?
    Then you navigate and things go downhill.

    [FAQ] : What is RPC?

    Remote procedure call (RPC) protocol. Primarily this specification defines several data structures and the rules around their processing. It is transport agnostic in that the concepts can be used within the same process, over sockets, over HTTP, or in many various message passing environments.

    These data sructuctures are used to pass information over a common programming interface or API.

    Bitcoin RPC
    https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/API_reference_(JSON-RPC)

    Feathercoin API
    https://www.feathercoin.com/feathercoin-api/