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Decentraland is an open-source initiative to build a decentralized virtual reality.

Help shape the future of the metaverse using Decentraland’s new votingdApp

Decentraland is first and foremost a community driven project. To empower community members to help make the decisions that will shape their Districts, and the entire metaverse, we’ve built Donald J Pliner Womens Doli4 Wedge Sandal Black Calf irMELT
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Agora is a voting dApp that makes it possible for anyone who has contributed to a District to vote on issues related to that District. The Decentraland team will also use Agora to collect feedback from the community regarding other feature and user experience decisions related to the platform. All votes in Agora are cast as cryptographically signed messages, guaranteeing accurate results.

What isAgora?

Agora is an off-chain voting platform that allows users to vote on issues simply by submitting a cryptographically signed message.

For any District poll that you vote in, the weight of your vote is determined by the amount of LAND that you contributed to the District. The more contributions you’ve made to a District, the higher your stake in the project, so your vote will be weighted more heavily.

In the future, the Decentraland team will solicit feedback from the community in the form of polls on Agora. Your vote in these polls will be weighted according to the amount of MANA you hold in your wallet.

Agora provides a list of results, in real time, for each open poll, along with a list of the address that voted and their voting power.

Why did we buildAgora?

The first use case for Agora is Decentraland’s community Districts. As the Districts moved forward in establishing their leadership teams, governance models, and startup plans, we saw a need for a secure and trustless voting platform that would allow District contributors to weigh in on these important, shared decisions.

We also recognized that we needed a way to present questions and issues pertaining to the development of the Decentraland platform to the entire Decentraland community. We are very excited to start using Agora to gather feedback from our users that will ultimately help shape design decisions for the SDK and entire Decentraland experience.

How to useAgora

To get started with Agora, simply navigate to agora.decentraland.org . Similarly to the Marketplace , you will have to log into your wallet before being able to use the dApp. So, log into either Metamask, Mist, or your Ledger Nano S hardwallet.

Make sure that you select the wallet address you used when you made your District contributions! The address you cast your vote from must be the same address associated with your LAND contributions.

Other polls posted by the Decentraland team require voters to hold MANA. Make sure that you select the wallet containing your MANA if you want to vote in a Decentraland poll. The weight of your vote is determined by the MANA balance in your active wallet at the time the poll closes. This means that if you transfer an amount of MANA out of your wallet before the poll closes , your vote will be reduced by that amount. Similarly, if you increase your wallet’s ballance of the voting token before the poll closes, your vote will be weighted higher.

To vote in a poll, select the poll that you are interested in from the list. From the poll’s page, you will find the title of the poll, along with links to any relevant documentation, like a District Startup plan. You’ll also see the number of:

You’ll also find a progress bar illustrating the real-time results of the poll, and a list of all addresses that have voted so far.

To vote in the poll, simply click Cast Your Vote , select the option you would like to vote in favor of, and click Vote Now . If you don’t have any contributions, then you won’t be able to vote in the poll. Don’t forget, your vote is not final until the poll closes! You can always return and change your vote as long as the poll is open. Once the poll has ended, your vote is final.

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A simple example of a constructor that can be made an instance is the reflexivity constructor of the equality type:

This allows trivial equality proofs to be inferred by instance resolution, which can make working with functions that have preconditions less of a burden. As an example, here is how one could use this to define a function that takes a natural number and gives back a Fin n (the type of naturals smaller than n ):

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to discharge the impossible assumption suc m 0 . See the next section for another example of constructor instances.

Record fields can also be declared instances, with the effect that the corresponding projection function is considered a top-level instance.

Instance arguments are useful not only for Haskell-style type classes, but they can also be used to get some limited form of proof search (which, to be fair, is also true for Haskell type classes). Consider the following type, which models a proof that a particular element is present in a list as the index at which the element appears:

Here we have declared the constructors of _∈_ to be instances, which allows instance resolution to find proofs for concrete cases. For example,

It will fail, however, if there are more than one solution, since instance arguments must be unique. For example,

Consider a variant on the Eq class where the equality function produces a proof in the case the arguments are equal:

A simple boolean-valued equality function is problematic for types with dependencies, like the Σ-type

since given two pairs x , y and x₁ , y₁ , the types of the second components y and y₁ can be completely different and not admit an equality test. Only when x and x₁ are really equal can we hope to compare y and y₁ . Having the equality function return a proof means that we are guaranteed that when x and x₁ compare equal, they really are equal, and comparing y and y₁ makes sense.

An Eq instance for Σ can be defined as follows:

Note that the instance argument for B states that there should be an Eq instance for B x , for any x : A . The argument x must be implicit, indicating that it needs to be inferred by unification whenever the B instance is used. See Kook Club Casual Comfort Nonslip Cotton Linen Slippers Beige Us Size 67 rbV3OD
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Tests whether the two given values are equal.

Test whether a given property has been set in this project.

This condition is identical to the Checksum task, all attributes and nested elements of that task are supported, the property and overwrite attributes are redundant and will be ignored.

The http condition checks for a valid response from a web server of the specified URL. By default, HTTP responses errors of 400 or greater are viewed as invalid.

The socket condition checks for the existence of a TCP/IP listener at the specified host and port.

Test two files for matching. Nonexistence of one file results in false , although if neither exists they are considered equal in terms of content. This test does a byte for byte comparison, so test time scales with byte size. Note : if the files are different sizes, one of them is missing or the filenames match the answer is so obvious the detailed test is omitted.

Tests whether a string contains another one.

Tests whether a string equals any of the Ant definitions of true, that is true , yes , or on

Tests whether a string is not true, the negation of <istrue>

Test whether a given reference has been defined in this project and—optionally—is of an expected type.

Since Apache Ant 1.6 .

Test whether a jarfile is signed. If the name of the signature is passed, the file is checked for presence of that particular signature; otherwise the file is checked for the existence of any signature. It does not perform rigorous signature validation; it only looks for the presence of a signature.

Since Apache Ant 1.7 .

Test whether a file passes an embedded selector .

Since Apache Ant 1.6.3 .

Example usage:

Test whether a given type is defined, and that its implementation class can be loaded. Types include tasks, datatypes, scriptdefs, macrodefs and presetdefs.

Example usages:

Evaluate a condition based on a script in any Apache BSF or El Naturalista Womens Nd16 Bee Boot Brown 44mkEfW
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task for using this nested element.

The script supports script language inline, this script has access to the same beans as the <script> task, and to the self bean, which refers back to the condition itself. If the script evaluates to a boolean result, this is the result of the condition's evaluation ( since Ant 1.7.1 ). Alternatively, self.value can be used to set the evaluation result.

Example:

Sets the default value of the condition to true , then in the script, sets the value to false . This condition always evaluates to false .

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