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Provide more information about the timeline of the dispute #26

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marsrobertson opened this issue Apr 18, 2019 · 5 comments

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commented Apr 18, 2019

Similar to #22 (more info about evidence)

Similar to #25 (more info about voting)

Some info about the timeline of the dispute:

  • time of the submission
  • time of the challenge
  • time of the evidence and voting
  • time of the completed ruling
  • time of the appeal...

All this data is already on the blockchain. Read contract on Etherscan is not super exciting. To have user interface for that = super helpful.

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commented Apr 20, 2019

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commented May 20, 2019

WOW

Example Robotina case:

Token view (NEW)

https://tokens.kleros.io/token/0xa5eff5969faa02a390b455672486d8b46e2312fc22f30fb033b4207cc14a4701

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Court view

https://court.kleros.io/cases/69

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  • Use consistent display in both?
  • Add timestamps?
  • Add links to the transaction on Etherscan?
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commented May 20, 2019

The evidence display will be a bit different from the court as we they will be classified as "Evidence in favor of requester" and "Evidence in favor of challenger".

Evidence is in chronological order (we use block number), however It is a bit tricky to get the precise date and time without considerably affecting loading times for requests because the timestamp is not returned on the event log object, which means we have to fetch it one by one with the transaction hash 🤕️. (Suggestions on this matter VERY appreciated).

Thanks for the suggestions! will include the etherscan links as well 👍

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commented May 20, 2019

"Evidence in favor of requester" and "Evidence in favor of challenger"

PLEASE NO

Evidence in favor of truth, justice, getting the facts straight.

It should be perfectly possible to research the subject without taking sides, for example linking to some online archive.


Block number to real life time... Yeah... There should be an API for that! I'm pretty sure if can be lazy loaded to avoid blocking the UI.

(nice to have, feature request, enhancement)

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commented May 20, 2019

It should be perfectly possible to research the subject without taking sides, for example linking to some online archive.

Classification will be optional, not required. The user submitting the evidence doesn't have to pick a side.

@mtsalenc mtsalenc self-assigned this May 20, 2019

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