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  1. Pythonic Smart Contract Language for the EVM

    Python 4.3k 707

  2. go-vs-swift Public

    Go vs. Swift: The Languages of The Modern Tech Giants

    TeX 202 8

  3. Smart contracts that power Art Blocks.

    Solidity 19 2

  4. The Discord bot for ArtBlocks.

    JavaScript 34 40

  5. Swisp Public

    A simple Scheme (Lisp dialect) interpreter written in Swift.

    Swift 44 8

  6. pooh Public

    A simple program for adding one of Github's useful .gitignore templates to your project.

    Ruby 6 1

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September 2022

Created a pull request in ArtBlocks/artblocks-contracts that received 37 comments

QSP-10 - Fixed - expanded input validation.

This PR applies all suggested input validation changes, or in some cases (e.g. where empty input is allowed/supported) clarifies method documentation.

+494 −87 37 comments
Reviewed 52 pull requests in 7 repositories
ArtBlocks/artblocks-contracts 25 pull requests
ArtBlocks/artblocks-subgraph 9 pull requests
ArtBlocks/artbot 6 pull requests
ArtBlocks/MintingKit 5 pull requests
ArtBlocks/artblocks-docs 2 pull requests
ArtBlocks/artblocks-engine-react 1 pull request
ArtBlocks/alertbot 1 pull request

Created an issue in ArtBlocks/MintingKit that received 3 comments

Should we allow isPaid to be null?

I think we should consider making isPaid non-nullable and instead providing a default value of false here: https://github.com/ArtBlocks/MintingKit/…

3 comments
102 contributions in private repositories Sep 1 – Sep 27

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