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Last active Apr 16, 2021
Cardano Pool Ranking in Daedalus
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Cardano Pool Ranking in Daedalus

DISCLAIMER: The following example is based on the Chapter 4.3 and 5.6 in latest design spec and the Ranking Specification. But it seems that the ranking mechanism specified in the Design Specification, and explained below, is not fully implemented and/or enabled or I missed some of the details of the spec (more realistic assumption). Also, I have not checked what is the difference between the design doc and the current implementation of the haskell code to check if there is any difference, or I misinterpreted some of the both sources (design doc, haskell code). Anyway, I will check the code when I have some spare time.

UPDATED 09/23/2020

Layman explanation

The pool ranking in wallet is based on the stake the user intend to delegate and the expected `

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Naming convention

Item Name
Release branch release/v2.0.1
Feature branch feature/my_feature_name
Feature branch feature/2234_my_feature_name
Hotfix branch hotfix/my_hotfix_name
Commit Add my news
Tag v2.0.1
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Git Flow

I keep meeting people who struggle to wrap their heads around the proper way to use Git + Github. This snippet is designed to explain Vincent Driessen's git branching model, at least as well as I understand it. Speacial thanks to Stephen Koch for being the true master here.

This tutorial is for Linux or OSX. Feel free to use Cygwin or write a fork for windows.

A way to think about Git and Github.