RE: Does STEEM Look Like an Abandoned Project?
I agree with you about providing up-to-date information. If you want to be successful on the internet nowadays, you have to keep your site up to date and appealing.
The page on TRX integration should have been updated. Unfortunately, the dip.team has also become a little quieter. The last information was 2 months ago (apart from the fact that one developer has already given up his project).
However, I also see the future and thus the willingness to invest in the STEEM as not so bright from another side:
I look at the code of the blockchain on various occasions. Now, I am not as familiar with C++ as I am with other programming languages. Even if I am able to understand individual functions or methods, I fear that the big picture can only be grasped by very few people (and that is probably still optimistic). However, this also means that it will be difficult to make changes, i.e. hardforks, that would further develop the blockchain and thus also make it more attractive for investors (and bloggers).
But I can reassure you: I still don't give up hope and will do my best (also as a witness). (After all, I have also invested a little - and probably more time than money) :-))
Despite everything, I am optimistic. If I compare Steemit last year and the current one, I see good progress.
I would like to take this opportunity to ask you. Are you planning to join the DIP team? Maybe you have already joined, I just don't know it. What do you plan to do? Maybe you will continue to do your front end? This is simple human curiosity on my part🙂.
I am also optimistic :-))
I don't think it would be possible to join the team. Members are more to be appointed. Besides, there are already very competent people there.
Yes, in any case, I would like to continue working on my site. I already have a few things in mind for a full text search. I'm also working on the feed page as an entry point for bloggers.
(Unfortunately) so many interesting things on the blockchain keep distracting me :-))