I'm quickly approaching 200 strategies in my collection, some organization would really help.
Best would be to allow me to make my own subfolders. For example I have about 15 versions of Honey Badger that I have on hand. It would be nice to be able to put them all into one folder.
If the folder structure had to be a site wide solution here would be my suggestion:
What I'm currently doing to keep myself organized is using this link:
to sort everything alphabetically; then I name my strategies with names starting with numbers, so 000 is at the top of the list. I put my "marketplace strategies" at the bottom of the list by starting their names with ZZZ. Keeping them seperated helps prevent me from accidentally editing them.
Also, a smaller font size in "My Strategies" would be nice.
I realize I'm kind of a power user here... but paving the way for more power users would be a good thing for TW.
How about using tags instead. You can tag your strategies and on the dashboard you filter by a tags. You can multiselect tags also. Here is a quick mock up.
I like it. I'm not picky. My concern mostly relates to not accidentally editing stuff I'm sharing publically; as well as more easily being able to navigate my files. I can foresee a future where I have upwards of a 500 strategies.
I like the tag system. I also think TW needs a way to find other users public algo's. I like reading through other peoples systems to get a feel for how they are used, with the HOPES of creating one that can be anywhere near comparable to LP's.
However its incredibly difficult, if not down right impossible to really find other users open algo's. I think having a simple search page that allows users to maybe select a few general fields would be nice. Maybe live, Currency selector, creator ticker recommendation?
I moved away from Cryptotrader for the fact taht it was just a garbage community, and a garbage web design, but i really like the fact that it was easy to find other algorithms.
its incredibly difficult, if not down right impossible to really find other users open algo's
its not well documented, and there's no count of how much each user has, but you do so like this:
Yeah, i've been using that method as well to see what people have, however the requirement of knowing the username is the problem.
That being said, maybe ill compile a list of the top users to determine URL's. Be pretty simple to do that, just a matter of finding the free time.
Also, how do we determine what strategies are private or public? I assume a user like you @litepresence has an option to keep your marketplace bots out of the /u/[username] link?
if you click the little lock next to your strategy name it will turn into a globe... then its globally shared open source.
Contact Sai directly if you want to create a closed source script in the marketplace.
Wow I totally missed that!