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#1

As suggested on Slack I have created some content for the Interledger blog at coil.com:

https://coil.com/u/interledger

Keen to get some ideas from the documentation and community WGs on how to manage publishing to this…

#2

As an aside, who does the Coil revenue go to when visiting ILP blog pages? Does it go to the PaymentPointer of the authors?

#3

Currently to an XRPTipbot account called Interledger.
This will be directed to the Interledger Foundation when it is finished being established.

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#4

Currently to an XRPTipbot account called Interledger.

That sounds fine to me - I’m just trying to understand the mechanics of the Coil payouts. When I look at the Interledger account on Coil, it appears to be a grouped account of some sort where https://coil.com/u/interledger is like a blog/container/group, and individual authors can write articles under it (perhaps that’s not actually what’s going on – like maybe the “originally authored by” stuff is just part of the actual article instead of being a Coil feature).

In any event, it would be cool Coil allowed an account (like the Interledger account) to configure itself such that a community member who authored a post that was published in the ILP “group” could receive the revenue for it.

In the current articles that are there, I would think @sharafian should, rightly so, be getting the streaming funds since he spent the time & energy writing those articles.

For community oriented initiatives like Interledger, that’s good for the author’s and also good for the overall organization since it properly incentivizes content-creation.

(A more simplistic way to accomplish the same thing would be for Coil to introduce something like tags).

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#5

That has already been raised and suggested :wink:

#6

Yes. Added by me manually.

And is on the roadmap.

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