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🚀 IPFS Core Implementations Weekly Sync 🛰 #992
Weekly Sync Up July 8, Monday 4:30pm UTC
About the IPFS Core Implementations Weekly Sync
Each week, contributors working on the core implementations of IPFS (including members from the IPLD, libp2p and IPFS projects) meet to track major development initiatives, figure out how to unblock stalled development, and coordinate on efforts like release process/coordination, new features/capabilities, and ongoing protocol maintenance. This call grew out of the js (#650) and go (#674) core dev weekly syncs in an effort to bring more cross-implementation coordination.
Who: Generally full time contributors to the projects listed above, but it's not exclusive, anyone can attend. Be warned, the discussion moves along quickly and is challenging without a lot of context.
When: 55 minutes every Monday at 4:30pm UTC, sometimes cancelled due to holidays. This call can be found in the IPFS Calendar
How: Prior to the meeting (often just barely) attendees update the week's CryptPad notes, summarizing their progress on key initiatives, and sometimes adding new initiatives that didn't exist in the template. They also add placeholders for announcements, blockers, and general questions that don't fall into a specific initiative.
During the meeting we work through the notes top to bottom with team members elaborating on their summaries and answering questions from the rest of the team. We take notes as we go so that people who couldn't attend can keep track of progress asynchronously.
Artifacts: We take notes of each meeting and post them to github. We also record each meeting for future reference / async review.
Weekly Sync Up July 22, Monday 4:30pm UTC