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What will it take to get people to come to memo over and over again like they do for twitter? #dailymemo
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Better UI, a more straight forward and easy way to post pictures and more marketing. I also see token marketplace as something that can be leveraged more in the future....
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the real opportunity is censorship. twitter is being heavily censored and it's only going to get worse.
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More brain cells. Better interface. Maybe some type of paid referral program.
Bitcoin Cash Activist
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evolution
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Simple, image uploading and video. I #love #Memo, but I can honestly say it's feature list is like the 2012 Twitter version.
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To me it's way easier to use than twitter. So either twitter downgraded or I'm an old fart lol
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Uploading images via imgur is cumbersome.
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And most people will stop using #Memo the very first time they have to use #Imgur just to upload a photo
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I do agree about the image thing now. Why can't images be uploaded as easily? Lke whenever we do videos it shows a pic for preview of it. I'm not a programmer tho
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the memo dev doesn't give a fuck.

A lot of people have been asking for basic features and bugfixes only to be ignored.
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Someone will either create a better front-end for the memo protocol or the project will die.
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It's open-source. Anyone can just fork the project or add commits. Plus, raising funds through the community to do it is very possible
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That is really WEIRD ! I was just about to mention that it's open source ....
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Being open source and having obsolete code available publicly are completely different matters.
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But it still can be fixed whenever someone is willing to put in the effort and why do say the code is not publicly available if there is a #GitHub repo for #Memo
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There is a repo with useless code.
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That's a shame if that is true I may have to start pulling away from #Memo. I hope it's not #DailyMemo
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my bad
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But it still can be fixed whenever someone is willing to put in the effort
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I still don't know how. Is it difficult to learn?
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I'm not a programmer so I can't say, but it's possible.
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That is what I thought I read when I first joined. Remember thinking ''that's cool''
Simon Van Gelder
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I think the most recent source is closed (since tokens were added). If you find the current repo, link me.
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Well that seems alarming and makes me want to leave #Memo
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Think it makes sense if it would compromise safety for tokens if still open
Simon Van Gelder
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Security through obscurity is not an ideal method. I appreciate the work @memo does, but would prefer that the source was open.
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Why did they change it? I don't like facebook or twitter ...:(
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It wouldn't.
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So what does this mean ?
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#Bitcoin #BCH, etc. are all open source. Being open-source doesn't make something less secure.
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good point
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They deliberately do this in my view.
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The code is not maintained publicly and never was.
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The code for memo.cash? It's a year behind, no token support, muting, etc. - the user interface does not work properly anymore
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:(
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I think twitter is harder. At least with videos anyway. Can't remember images. Don't spend much time on twitter
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They merely follow thought leaders/celebs.

If you pay off celebs to post here then the pleb will come.
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Content.
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Makes me think: sent a demo payment of $4 to someone in real life via CoinText could tell him about memo - that's a good use case for a small amount like that
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I am getting too many error messages on memo, like 417, 422, 429... Who cares about all these error codes as a normal user? #memo
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The UX of memo is way too complicated already! #memo needs a beginner & advanced mode
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A lottery.
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...esspecially if more games are made that use tokens. Imagine people trading game tokens on Memo while communicating about it :-)