Obviously the most asked question is when, but I think we should know how. We've seen in the past multiple examples of what went wrong and right. I think this is something we should be aware of.
A failed and/or controversial launch will immediately attract fud and trolls, like we know.
When will it be announced once everything is ready, so everyone has time to get prepared? 3 or 5 days before? 1 week? 2 weeks?
Will we have to build from source and compile or will we have binaries? For what operative systems? Will we have tutorials so everyone can at least create their wallet as soon as it launches? Same for mining of course.
Is anything set in stone or yet to be decided? How does the community think this should be handled?
My requirements would be:
- Tutorials on: How to build from source, create a wallet and mine
- Preferably binaries so it's easier for everyone who might not be proficient with computers and would like to be up to date.
- Pre announcement at least 1 week before the launch once things are 200% ready to go
How would you handle it?