Introduction (Brief introduction of yourself)
I have been around the community for a sometime now helping users troubleshoot their node installs. I will be running one delegate but would definitely be interested in adding more if the network needs it. You might also know me from the Lisk Team and my tireless contributions to the Lisk network.
About Me: I work in healthcare technology and have an extensive background in Database Management, *NIX server management and security experience. I spend a lot of time working with old technology (think of Amiga, Apple II and older), but am no stranger to the demands of modern technology.Server Specifications
Two Testnet Nodes: 2gb, 2vCore, SSD
Three Mainnet Nodes: 8gb, 4vCore, SSD
One Management Node: 16gb, 4 Core, SSDCurrent Contributions or Planned Contributions to the Lisk Ecosystem
I have spent countless hours helping users with issues, reading through the code, assisting with troubleshooting and writing scripts to help everyone.
Contributions on Git:
- Some bug fixes and issueshttps://github.com/LiskHQ/lisk-explorer
- Many improvements, such as delegate search and sorting3https://github.com/LiskHQ/lisk-build
- installLisk.sh, improvements to lisk.sh, updateConfig.js for upgrading config.json fileshttps://github.com/LiskHQ/lisk-docs
- Api documentation, installation instructions
- Contributions in the form of end user wrappers and config files
Lisk Network Monitorhttps://github.com/Isabello/lisk-network-monitor
- Improved existing network monitor to be real time
Services on each network
Testnet Wallet - API Enabledhttps://testnet-monitor.liskwallet.net/
Mainnet Wallet - API Enabledhttps://monitor.liskwallet.net
I plan to continue development on community tools. One effort I will be leading is the unificaiton of all community tools into one central place. This will give complete visibility into available solutions and simplify the process for all node operators. I would like to call this the Lisk Community Tools Foundation (subject to change). There is a write up on this coming soon.
I also plan to release a Monit installer with many monitoring pieces to allow delegates to have quick alerting systems in place so that they can respond quickly and with some self healing functionality to allow nodes to be hands off In addition to that, .I am researching the feasibility of an auto updater script which would sit on a node and make periodic queries to make upgrading a seamless activity that requires no end user engagement to complete an upgrade.
Using forged Lisk I plan to reward contributers of the core code bases and developers of tools. I will also be donating forged Lisk to community members running delegate services. This will provide neccessary fuel for these efforts to be undertaken. Remember, if you use a tool or a service and you forge when using it, consider donating some of that to the creator.Closing Statement
I have been a pillar of the community since the release of 0.1.1. I hope that you can find it within yourself to support me and my ongoing work to support the Lisk Network. I am here for the long haul and even if I am not elected, I will still be here helping every day.Contact Details
Explorer link: https://explorer.lisk.io/address/12668885769632475474L
Donations Recieved from:
cc001 - 250 LSK - https://explorer.lisk.io/tx/17416121421785629867
tharude - 200 LSK - https://explorer.lisk.io/tx/17330057937326295058
sonobit - 250 LSK - https://explorer.lisk.io/tx/14764984936952640201
Donations sent to:
gr33ndrag0n - 500 LSK - lost the tx id, sorry
4miners (Mq) - 2000 LSK- https://explorer.lisk.io/tx/14566246750349530726