RE: [Steem Curator] - Oracle-D Posts Curation

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[Steem Curator] - Oracle-D Posts Curation

in utopian-io •  28 days ago

Thank you for your contribution. Does oracle-d has a frontend from where you can create the post? The code looks great and its explained very well in the contribution. However, writing hard-coded usernames is not good but you have explained the problem.

What you can do is before initialization analyzes the last week's voting behavior of oracle-d and then use those usernames only.


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What you can do is before initialization analyzes the last week's voting behavior of oracle-d and then use those usernames only.

I was thinking the same. Maybe just keep a database with usernames that they voted on in the last two to three weeks and use that.

Thanks for the review and suggestion. I was thinking about looking that previous weeks votes to get author list, but they upvote lot of random posts too, so my list will be unnecessarily huge. They do have a front end to create posts.
CC: @amosbastian

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What you can do is to get 2-3 weeks of upvote data and then remove those username which are very less. I guess you need to do some analysis, I can help you with the analysis if you need.

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I will try finding some common thread. I will discuss my findings with you to see if thr is some good way to find. I keep trying to reduce calls to steem api so site is fast.

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Cool, good luck with your findings :)

Thank you for your review, @codingdefined! Keep up the good work!

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