[bisq-network/bisq-docs] Updating the "How to Seednode" docs (#148)

Devin Bileck notifications at github.com
Mon Jul 29 06:24:53 UTC 2019

devinbileck commented on this pull request.

-A default seed node can be blocked by a network message in case the seed node does not fulfill the required quality.
+- find yourself a deputy in case you are on not available (travel, holiday, others, ...). Usually, on of the developers is there to help. Just inform them on your setup and all is good.
+- keep the server up and running, including patching and hardening the operating system
+- keep the seed node software up to date
+- keep an eye on the Bisq's communication channels for updates, issues, countermeasures,... (see <<Getting in Touch>>)
+- keep an eye on the logs of the seed node and the operating system, and act if something shows up
+- if necessary, report and escalate (see <<Getting in Touch>>)
+- set up a bond of 2000 BSQ to get the privilege to run a seed node. In case of severe failure of service, the bond gets confiscated (burned).

The original document seems to be outdated. Currently the BONDED_ROLE_FACTOR is 1000 and the SEED_NODE_OPERATOR has a multiplier of 20, giving a bonded amount of 20000.
- https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq/blob/master/core/src/main/java/bisq/core/dao/governance/param/Param.java#L125
- https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq/blob/master/core/src/main/java/bisq/core/dao/state/model/governance/BondedRoleType.java#L57

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