This document outlines the high-level plan for hive.one. The plan is divided into three phases.
Hive.one is a static website displaying the ranking and profiles general from external data. Users can log in to get additional analytics and notifications features. The website offers a couple pre-defined lists (Bitcoin, Ethereum etc.).
In phase 2, the website is moving from static to accommodating user-generated content.
Users can add labels to help the system identify relevant content. They can also create entities and add relationships between entities (e.g. a company and its team).
The users can choose to view all the content from the perspective of their chosen home cluster.
Users adjust a number of settings that define what they consider "Bitcoin cluster". This includes:
Selecting the central Core
Selecting distance from the Core
Selecting the "probability cut-off", i.e. below which score a given account should not be considered a Bitcoiner
The settings of individual users will be aggregated and the weighted average will serve as the standard setting.
They can label other groups as — 'friendly', 'neutral' or 'hostile'.
They can still view the page. To them, the website retain similar functionality as in the Phase 1.
The name hive.one was supposed to imply that it is just the first hive. The version 3.0 of hive.one will finally deliver what the name implies — thousands of budding hives. In this phase we open the features previous available to Bitcoiners to members of any cluster.