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September 2021

Created a pull request in subspace/subspace that received 5 comments

Subspace upgrade (step 3)

This PR introduces an unsigned extrinsic containing root block. It is used to persist in the history the state of the archiving process and to set …

+378 −202 5 comments

Created an issue in paritytech/substrate that received 3 comments

&[u64] not supported in impl_runtime_apis!()

&Vec<u64> works while &[u64] doesn't: error[E0277]: the size for values of type `[u64]` cannot be known at compilation time --> .../substrate/subs…

Opened 7 other issues in 7 repositories
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