Reporting Bugs

Firing off email for bug reporting leads to chaos and unhappiness.

TurboCASH is a mature architecture - We  have been committted to Bug fixing for a number of years now over many releases, true bugs are rare (but are not nonexistant). Most Bugs are misdiagnosed user errors. We do have a methodology for dealing with  Bugs.

Development is expensive and DEVELOPEMENT IS ALWAYS PAID FOR. It is paid either by the developer or by the user that wants the request. SOMEONE PAYS.Core development costs as much as $ 150 per hour.

Key is to decide if a problem is a bug or a user issue. If it is a user issue, a consultant must be assigned and a consultant must be paid. If a bug is a mainstream problem it enters a que and it may get fixed. If it is rare obscure problem, the user will probabably have to pay to have the bug fixed. If you are having doubts or the issue is beyond your area of expertiese, you may need to take out a support ticket for $ 26.

TurboCASH is an advanced state technology. (One million lines of code)  It is difficult to chase down Bugs from users. We have to filter out user errors. Only Bugs from consultants make it onto the list. Bug Repoerters must be memebrs of the Sourceforge Site.  It takes a high degree of skill to hunt these down and kill them. If you are up for this: Report Bugs on the Bug Reporter

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The Case against Bitcoin

Posted by Philip Copeman on December 5, 2017 at 16:44 0 Comments

Will blockchain be enduring? – of course. Will Bitcoin be enduring? - not likely.





Unless you are familiar with the terminology of blockchain, having an argument about its future is like arguing with a physicist about the Big Bang. Right now the myopia caused by ignorance centres the crpyto discussion on Bitcoin, store of value and speculative demand. The real delivery of money, the medium of exchange and the unit of account that blockchain brings to anything from IOT…

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Crypto Currencies

Posted by Philip Copeman on October 25, 2017 at 11:53 3 Comments

Economist Dawie Roodt takes the typical neoliberal line on Crypto Currencies. This would be the expected response of an economist who's salary depends on pleasing his big business bosses.

Dawie, Crypto Currencies are not some parochial kids idea, they stand somewhere between a new internet protocol and a digital pitch fork revolution.…

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A glimpse of the future

Posted by Philip Copeman on September 7, 2017 at 15:30 0 Comments

Open source software and economic inequality

Posted by Philip Copeman on May 4, 2017 at 14:00 1 Comment

Open source software offers Governments the opportunities to build the knowledge economy and built it inclusively.

The World Economic Forum roadshow is back in town again. Economic experts on sponsored trips with generous expense accounts check into the beach front hotels amid fan fair and flashing cameras. They are offering us more advice than President Trump gets. Exotic terms like “inclusi…

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