This is difficult to write for me at this time, but I need to do it to succeed businesswise.
I got a lot of started, unfinished good ideas but I lack the funds to employ people to finish them.
How do I acquire funds or how do I find out if funds are the thing I need next?
I need to get rich soon, or else I don’t know what will happen.
I can’t rely on my mum or my dad or my fiancee forever and I’m a broke and financially bleeding young entrepreneur.
- I think the next step would be to somehow code the ezii-os.herokuapp.com idea further, to make it easier understandable by potential users and also angel investors. It’s a bit tough to work for me since I’m working on the overall eZii idea since 5 months almost non stop. At least it feels like I worked on it 5 months non-stop now and it feels like I need rest.
- I want to showcase the power of the https://rubygems.org/ezii team chatbot. It will enable teams to work faster, more democratically and in a more fun way.
1. Intuitively I feel like it’s important to implement a magic array of buttons for eZii operating system (look up, bullet point 1.) first to make this happen: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20794707
2. It also needs to be more dynamic, there is some major thing about wit.ai, that I’m missing, that would help with this. I’m almost only knowingly using 10% of wit.ai.
3. Then I should probably showcase it on DOWRIGHT’s twitch.tv stream, it seemed like they are pretty forgiving with me testing a “random” chatbot there spontaneously (which is a kind of crazy thing to do and a big plus for their team to allow it to happen)
- THIS IS IMPORTANT: I need to package the eZii gem as a Mac OS X installable. App file. This would be easy to do with a nifty program called https://sveinbjorn.org/platypus. In Platypus it’s possible to execute plain bash and show the output log under a progress bar easily.
1. Check if bash is the correct version
2. Install Homebrew (if not installed already)
3. Install rbenv (if not installed already)
4. Install ruby (version must be > 2.6) and should in best case always install the newest version
5. Install all gems prefixed with ezii- found on rubygems.org
- Harness all the power of the eZii deliverables 1–3. to try to make cool ideas I had over time (also wrote an article here on medium) happen. Plus some additionals jottles here:
Bundle RubyGems as. App installable (mac os x) and make them all. respond to the same localhost and port(port > 61000 and port < 62000).
This localhost endpoint will show information (main binary, examples how to use the main binary (in a copy & pastable way) in a JSON format, so it’s easier to integrate these into the eZii runtime.
Some facts about eZii runtime:
The main app will be the 3d “gam” (game aided manufacturing, I know it sounds silly now, bear with me anyhow).
An additional main component will be a dismissable, Clippy type of symbol in the lower right corner (lower left for the Arabic version, or upper left? :’D).
It will contact the 24/7 free human support or call the wit.ai chatbot via voice or speech commands to alter the 3D workspace of the “gam”.
Some facts about eZii OS:
Its main component is an
ls type of output with clickable paths and actions for every path. These actions can change for various reasons. It’s more “random” than a classical ls output and is limited to 10 random outputs, regardless of item count in actual folder atm.
The other important or maybe even hidden real main component is the textarea that is shown on every page along with the 4 changeable buttons next to it (different colors for the buttons). By clicking on the text area, its input will be sent to the server as a change request and the response will be shown in the textarea again. Change requests are evaluated by human employees (sic!) and implemented in a secure way or might even just count as democratic votings if they seem not sensible.
That’s it for now, there is a lot of unwritten stuff here but an actual plan would also need more clarity and more importantly it should resonate with me directly and not read like a crazy elevator pitch.
Enjoy your Heiineken and Dwiinks (sic!)
Did I forget something?
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