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FEATURE: Subscriptions - Button and Page Resolution #715

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reillysmith opened this Issue Nov 6, 2017 · 3 comments

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reillysmith commented Nov 6, 2017

Ideal Release Date: 12/11, morning EST.

The Issue

(1) User needs to Subscribe to channel ("subscribe")
(2)* User needs to see their Subscriptions ("subscribe_list")
(3) Publisher needs to see their subscriber count ("subscriber_count")
(4)** Publisher needs to see where their subscriber count arrived from ("subscriber_sourceCount")

*This is a second Homepage, structurally identical to current Homepage, populated by local "subscribe_list" content.
**This is an analytic. Enable a Publisher to see which pages generated what Subscribe clicks.

Expected behaviour IN ORDER OF PRIORITY

Subscribe Button on Video Page
Subscribe Button on Channel Page
Subscription Homepage View
Publisher-side Channel Data related to Subscribe commands

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We need to figure out how subscriptions will integrate with the daemon.

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liamcardenas commented Nov 13, 2017

We need to figure out how subscriptions will integrate with the daemon.

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FWIW, I strongly believe Subscriptions belong at the app layer. This is not a fundamental aspect of LBRY, it is aesthetic and application-specific.

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reillysmith commented Nov 13, 2017

FWIW, I strongly believe Subscriptions belong at the app layer. This is not a fundamental aspect of LBRY, it is aesthetic and application-specific.

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If subscriptions are only at the app/local level (which I think is reasonable), it will be tricky to count the number of subscribers.

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kauffj commented Nov 14, 2017

If subscriptions are only at the app/local level (which I think is reasonable), it will be tricky to count the number of subscribers.

@reillysmith reillysmith added this to the December 8 milestone Nov 28, 2017

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