Collection for IPFS Weekly 8: March 14th - March 21st #29

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RichardLitt opened this Issue Mar 18, 2016 · 7 comments

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RichardLitt commented Mar 18, 2016

Throw stuff in here!

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Nothing /done/, but a couple of exciting things in the oven heating up:

  • active discussions are happening on a pubsub implementation! (hangout with noffle, jbenet, whyrusleeping, nginnever, haad)
  • ipfs init for js-ipfs is almost complete! (/w go-ipfs compatibility)
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noffle commented Mar 21, 2016

Nothing /done/, but a couple of exciting things in the oven heating up:

  • active discussions are happening on a pubsub implementation! (hangout with noffle, jbenet, whyrusleeping, nginnever, haad)
  • ipfs init for js-ipfs is almost complete! (/w go-ipfs compatibility)
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How about:

  • There are some active discussions on PubSub, following a good video chat last week during the hangouts. To join the conversation about the PubSub api, check out this issue.
  • @diasdavid organized a research and development meeting for IPFS in Lisbon. If you're in the area, join this meetup group

I'm not sure that ipfs init is worthy, yet! Close though. Can you give me a two sentence description of pubsub?

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RichardLitt commented Mar 21, 2016

How about:

  • There are some active discussions on PubSub, following a good video chat last week during the hangouts. To join the conversation about the PubSub api, check out this issue.
  • @diasdavid organized a research and development meeting for IPFS in Lisbon. If you're in the area, join this meetup group

I'm not sure that ipfs init is worthy, yet! Close though. Can you give me a two sentence description of pubsub?

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I'd like to add ipfs-log to the weekly:

https://github.com/haadcode/ipfs-log

ipfs-log is a partially ordered linked list of IPFS hashes where each entry in the log points to all known heads (a head is a node that is not referenced by other nodes in the log). It can be used as a building block for applications that need to track "dynamic content", eg. track a version of a file, create a feed of IPFS hashes, messaging or as a transport for CRDTs.

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haadcode commented Mar 21, 2016

I'd like to add ipfs-log to the weekly:

https://github.com/haadcode/ipfs-log

ipfs-log is a partially ordered linked list of IPFS hashes where each entry in the log points to all known heads (a head is a node that is not referenced by other nodes in the log). It can be used as a building block for applications that need to track "dynamic content", eg. track a version of a file, create a feed of IPFS hashes, messaging or as a transport for CRDTs.

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Thanks! Cool.

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RichardLitt commented Mar 21, 2016

Thanks! Cool.

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Can you give me a two sentence description of pubsub?

What you have works. 👍

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noffle commented Mar 21, 2016

Can you give me a two sentence description of pubsub?

What you have works. 👍

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There were some changes in ipfs-firefox-addon since it was mentioned in Weekly No.3 (v1.4.2).

I guess a quick update could look like this:

The Firefox addon that provides transparent access to IPFS resources via local HTTP2IPFS gateway has been fully reviewed by Mozilla and updated to v1.5.6. On average it has over 350 daily users.

The 1.5.x series brings various UX improvements such as Realtime Status and Diagnostics, along with experimental features that can be enabled on the Preferences screen. Check full list at Github. Feature requests and bug reports are welcome!

lidel commented Mar 21, 2016

There were some changes in ipfs-firefox-addon since it was mentioned in Weekly No.3 (v1.4.2).

I guess a quick update could look like this:

The Firefox addon that provides transparent access to IPFS resources via local HTTP2IPFS gateway has been fully reviewed by Mozilla and updated to v1.5.6. On average it has over 350 daily users.

The 1.5.x series brings various UX improvements such as Realtime Status and Diagnostics, along with experimental features that can be enabled on the Preferences screen. Check full list at Github. Feature requests and bug reports are welcome!

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@lidel Thanks! That's perfect.

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RichardLitt commented Mar 22, 2016

@lidel Thanks! That's perfect.

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