|The German blogger Afrog is an experimental author of the Steem, who has tried a lot to keep his readers busy for two years with topics as open as they are entertaining. Afrog even read Steemians, who often find his topics far too difficult. One liked the frog and the community #German pampered it with great interest. His thinking is often on the wrong track, which is not easy to follow. If you miss a certain word, sometimes the rest of the text doesn’t make sense anymore. The Amphib unrestrainedly treats even difficult topics and doesn’t mince its words. So he was successful at Steemfest 2018 with the headline “Fuck The Investor”, with which he brought up the blatant mismatch between whale and blogger behaviour. In the first year 2016/17 the Steem was still a kind of solidarity community, whereas today pure self-interest determines the behaviour of bloggers and investors. There are hardly any contacts between the groups.|
Afrog’s averageSTEEM income is limited to about $3500/anno. That’s about the average income of average diligent bloggers, with a STEEM quote between $US 0.25 and $US 0.50... Afrog quickly became the favorite of Guild #deutsch, an organization of German Steemians of the first hour, who won the day #deutsch from Steemit Inc. and made sure that a German-speaking group was formed on the blockchain. At that time the Guild could lead Wal-Votes by recommendation to good German bloggers, based on an agreement with Ned and other whales. This was undermined in the spring of 2017 by other whales who, behind Ned’s support through votes, sensed pure socialism and abolished Walvotes through their flags. Since then the model of the Steem has become one attraction poorer and many assholes richer. The whales only vote for themselves. There is hardly any mixing with bloggers anymore.
Afrog studied the blockchain without knowing that he was actually studying it. He literally lived through it in all its facets full time and therefore believes today to know exactly what it lacks and how it can be led to success. In the end it was field research that drove the experienced IT specialist Afrog (40 years of exploration of application software) there. His research period ended suddenly, unpredictably Christmas 2018, when he started to insult investors (Fuck The Investor) and tried to overlay the hype about the Steemfest in Krakow with overlong lectures on a SteemWiki. That was the phase when he suddenly saw what the Tiki and the Steem could do together.
For months he has been fantasizing about a SteemTiki in two different blogs. But his Steemians don’t understand what he’s been writing about since December. The terms alone sound absurd to them: Wiki, Tiki, SteemWiki, WikiTiki, nobody wants to know anything about them. Yes, he gets on the nerves of his old friends, because what he writes today has nothing to do with his former jokes. They don’t recognize their frog anymore. The old friends even seem to hold that against him and even after 4 months still refuse to settle his teachings in the realm of the possible. For the first time since working as an IT analyst, Afrog hardly earns any STEEM. He only writes about one topic and refuses to write the usual, pleasing Afrog jokes for his avid readers. So that’s how they started to turn away from him. Someone dumped LSD into the pond, they say.
The SteemWiki (SW) project must be taken seriously. At the Tiki.org it’s a matter for the boss and it’s hung at the top. On the Steem itself it is only known to dear, well-meaning companions of our community #deutsch. This will certainly change as soon as our Tiki itself becomes an official Steem project, if the software is in perfect condition and the first authors can actually work with it seriously. We Crash Test dummies are now learning everything from the ground up. That includes failure, because we start with all mistakes.
The SW consists of a Tiki, The Software Suite, which delivers an unmanageable amount of IT components. Technically it is a Content Management System (CMS), a Customer Relationship Management (CRM), a Project Management System (PMS), a crazy coder station and a shop system with double-entry bookkeeping. All this runs in a Tiki on a web server, with browser and console operable, as well as own API. The server is Ubuntu 18.04 with SQL server, mail, webspace and all the trimmings. Hosting V-Server from Strato. The offer for a V-Server at STRATO (Berlin) was convincing: 6 months for only 1 Euro/month was tempting enough to start the new field test there in December 2018.
From May the server will be fully charged and then we will be there with at least 20 Euro/month who have already found a sponsor. Of course we need more, but good things take time. We have 7 months, up to Tiki 20. That will be a SteemTiki and we are on everyone’s lips.
Every insider knows that the price for a webserver that provides me, the customer, even an own provider interface, is still cheap.
The SteemWiki with its web server administration PLESK could appear like an independent provider. This means that domain, webspace, mail and database can be sold as a service to the Steemians who want to run their own Tiki. @Kobold-Djawa could, for example, set an Indonesian Tiki on fire when we are finished with our work. Steem authors, of course, pay in STEEM if they need more power than the standard Tiki provides for editor and author accounts in SteemWiki. With a small, monthly Steem rate you can boost the performance of the “My Tiki” by booking an InterTiki, i.e. a whole Tiki and connecting it to our marketplace, in the InterTiki procedure no login between the domains is necessary anymore. Superkonzept, the Intertiki network. Your registration for normal author purposes (trade, service) remains of course free of charge. The coder of our CoderTiki will then offer you great modules on the marketplace for little money. Stock exchangebots and a lot of other comfort. Maybe they will integrate the DeepL (DeepL-API for developer projects for free!) and Steem-Bots with the Tiki-SQL-Database in their backs will be able to do magic. The DeveloperTiki.
Rautie is an ingenious Hanau comic-strip artist, awarded with many prizes, a big heart, but little text firmness. He can say so much without words. In 2017, Rautie had given Afrog a bundle of his drawings and drafts for use on @rautie and for further use on the WWW. Rautie could never warm up for the Steem. Nor for the old Steem fisherman. Afrog also meets him far too rarely. Maybe once every two years, on the Saturday market. Then, when the weather is best, everyone strolls there and stops at the red espresso module yard. Rautie even gave him the Steempower from his account.
The thirty pictures of Rautie have been a great pleasure, were a good business, and have even become a useful script for a nice work. Against a handful of Steem, the author could once again set out to refine the work.
He’s sailed all the seas, seen all the Whales, Dolphins and Minnows. He also caught them. The old Steem fisherman...
The old Steemfischer had to think of how he had started. His father gave him a throat, a net and a harpoon. Then he said...
Deep in the belly of the old Steemfischer’s cutter, Fiete slaved. He was busy packing the catch. Fiete has...