I've never seen anyone in the wild use the URI stuff, just "send bitcoin to address X"
The designers are presumably going to have good layout suggestions like "change the receive tab", not just "bitcoin-qt with a different theme". So I think that it is still going to be useful.
if people want to do a QML GUI for bitcoin core, let them
it has existed virtually as long as bitcoin has
I setup ##bitcoin-core-survey for us to argue about how to do this survey
someone already did some stuff with QML and bitcoin core in a PR for android
If interested, feel free to join these and engage. Note that there is not an expectation Core contributors must join these discussions, and as I state here (https://github.com/bitcoin-core/gui/pull/79#issuecomment-686613427), any formal proposed changes and discussion should occur on GitHub per the existing process.
#topic Bitcoin Design Community and efforts around the Bitcoin Core project (moneyball)
Lots of people from the MIT Bitcoin Project lost their wallet.dats
Probably also hard to find samples that are representative for "the usergroupe" of Bitcoin Core
Square Crypto just announced a user research grant to Jamaal who is an experienced research from OMI and IDEO, to exclusively focus on Bitcoin Core, so it seems like that would be a great person to engage on this
drbrule: all the bitcoin code is compiled with various compiler flags that are set in the Makefile, so it will be tricky to compile a single scratch file on its own like that
I have been trying to set up a C++ scratchpad to try things while being able to interface with the bitcoin code. I put my code in `src/scratch.cpp` and I try to compile it with `g++ -std=c++11 -O1 -fsanitize=undefined src/scratch.cpp -o scratch` (in this case I am trying to reproduce a sanitizer bug). I'm met with a wall of errors that look like