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@Fang- Fang- released this May 17, 2019 · 2 commits to master since this release

Bridge is an open-source application for interacting with Azimuth. As of January 14, 2019, the Azimuth address space is live on the Ethereum blockchain. You can find it at azimuth.eth.

Owners of Azimuth points will be able to boot Arvo, the Urbit OS, using their Azimuth point and request access to one of Tlon's 'cities': private communities for chat and discussion. These new cities use Landscape, a brand new UI for using Urbit in the browser.

Requirements
Python 3.7.2

Instructions

  1. To use Bridge, download a release and unzip it (bridge-$version.zip).
  2. Open up your command line interface (Terminal on MacOS, Command Prompt on Windows).
  3. cd into the bridge-$version directory.
  4. Run this command: python3 -m http.server 5000 --bind 127.0.0.1
  5. You can then use Bridge by navigating to http://localhost:5000 using a web browser. (We recommend using Firefox or Chrome.)

Verify checksums
To validate your downloaded file's integrity, compare the lines in checksum.txt to SHA-256 hashes of the bridge-$version directory's contents.

  • On MacOS: shasum -a 256 -c checksums.txt .
  • On Linux: sha256sum -c checksums.txt .
  • On Windows: Go into the build directory and verify files individually with CertUtil -hashFile [file_name] SHA256

Changes
1.4.1 (2019-05-17)
This release fixes two issues.

  • After setting keys, always generate the corresponding keyfile (#138)
  • Ship with latest azimuth-js to support updates "Issue Child" page (#138)

License
Licensed under the MIT license
Copyright (c) 2019 Tlon

Assets 3

@Fang- Fang- released this May 15, 2019 · 6 commits to master since this release

Bridge is an open-source application for interacting with Azimuth. As of January 14, 2019, the Azimuth address space is live on the Ethereum blockchain. You can find it at azimuth.eth.

Owners of Azimuth points will be able to boot Arvo, the Urbit OS, using their Azimuth point and request access to one of Tlon's 'cities': private communities for chat and discussion. These new cities use Landscape, a brand new UI for using Urbit in the browser.

Requirements
Python 3.7.2

Instructions

  1. To use Bridge, download a release and unzip it (bridge-$version.zip).
  2. Open up your command line interface (Terminal on MacOS, Command Prompt on Windows).
  3. cd into the bridge-$version directory.
  4. Run this command: python3 -m http.server 5000 --bind 127.0.0.1
  5. You can then use Bridge by navigating to http://localhost:5000 using a web browser. (We recommend using Firefox or Chrome.)

Verify checksums
To validate your downloaded file's integrity, compare the lines in checksum.txt to SHA-256 hashes of the bridge-$version directory's contents.

  • On MacOS: shasum -a 256 -c checksums.txt .
  • On Linux: sha256sum -c checksums.txt .
  • On Windows: Go into the build directory and verify files individually with CertUtil -hashFile [file_name] SHA256

Changes
1.4.0 (2019-05-15)
This release adds support for discontinuity flagging (aka "personal breach") and brings a couple quality of life improvements.

  • Support flagging for discontinuity during key configuration (#130)
  • Autocomplete available ship names on the "Issue Child" page (#128)
  • Implement explicit "unset" action for proxy addresses (#127)
  • Make it easier to select Ledger accounts (#129)
  • Various smaller code improvements (#126, #131, #133, #134)

License
Licensed under the MIT license
Copyright (c) 2019 Tlon

Assets 3

@Fang- Fang- released this Apr 23, 2019 · 33 commits to master since this release

Bridge is an open-source application for interacting with Azimuth. As of January 14, 2019, the Azimuth address space is live on the Ethereum blockchain. You can find it at azimuth.eth.

Owners of Azimuth points will be able to boot Arvo, the Urbit OS, using their Azimuth point and request access to one of Tlon's 'cities': private communities for chat and discussion. These new cities use Landscape, a brand new UI for using Urbit in the browser.

Requirements
Python 3.7.2

Instructions

  1. To use Bridge, download a release and unzip it (bridge-$version.zip).
  2. Open up your command line interface (Terminal on MacOS, Command Prompt on Windows).
  3. cd into the bridge-$version directory.
  4. Run this command: python3 -m http.server 5000 --bind 127.0.0.1
  5. You can then use Bridge by navigating to http://localhost:5000 using a web browser. (We recommend using Firefox or Chrome.)

Verify checksums
To validate your downloaded file's integrity, compare the lines in checksum.txt to SHA-256 hashes of the bridge-$version directory's contents.

  • On MacOS: shasum -a 256 -c checksums.txt .
  • On Linux: sha256sum -c checksums.txt .
  • On Windows: Go into the build directory and verify files individually with CertUtil -hashFile [file_name] SHA256

Changes
1.3.1 (2019-04-23)
This release fixes an issue with the script for serving Bridge over HTTPS.

  • Stop cding into the now-removed build directory (#123)

License
Licensed under the MIT license
Copyright (c) 2019 Tlon

Assets 3

@Fang- Fang- released this Apr 18, 2019 · 49 commits to master since this release

Bridge is an open-source application for interacting with Azimuth. As of January 14, 2019, the Azimuth address space is live on the Ethereum blockchain. You can find it at azimuth.eth.

Owners of Azimuth points will be able to boot Arvo, the Urbit OS, using their Azimuth point and request access to one of Tlon's 'cities': private communities for chat and discussion. These new cities use Landscape, a brand new UI for using Urbit in the browser.

Requirements
Python 3.7.2

Instructions

  1. To use Bridge, download a release and unzip it (bridge-$version.zip).
  2. Open up your command line interface (Terminal on MacOS, Command Prompt on Windows).
  3. cd into the bridge-$version directory.
  4. Run this command: python3 -m http.server 5000 --bind 127.0.0.1
  5. You can then use Bridge by navigating to http://localhost:5000 using a web browser. (We recommend using Firefox or Chrome.)

Verify checksums
To validate your downloaded file's integrity, compare the lines in checksum.txt to SHA-256 hashes of the bridge-$version directory's contents.

  • On MacOS: shasum -a 256 -c checksums.txt .
  • On Linux: sha256sum -c checksums.txt .
  • On Windows: Go into the build directory and verify files individually with CertUtil -hashFile [file_name] SHA256

Changes
1.3.0 (2019-04-18)
This release simplifies the flows surrounding networking keys and brings many other quality of life improvements.

  • Simplify the network key generation & download flows (#85, #92)
  • Allow viewing points without logging in (#80)
  • Display transaction confirmation status after submission (#99)
  • Support the optional BIP39 mnemonic passphrase (#94)
  • Makes the browser back button work for navigating in Bridge (#86)
  • Various smaller UI improvements (#87, #100, #104, #106, #113, #116)
  • Various smaller code improvements (#82, #91, #95, #96, #108, #115)

License
Licensed under the MIT license
Copyright (c) 2019 Tlon

Assets 3

@Fang- Fang- released this Mar 21, 2019 · 160 commits to master since this release

Bridge is an open-source application for interacting with Azimuth address space. As of January 14, 2019, this address space is live on the Ethereum blockchain. You can find it at 0x223c067f8cf28ae173ee5cafea60ca44c335fecb.

Owners of Azimuth points will be able to boot Arvo, the Urbit OS, from their Azimuth point and request access to one of our 'cities': private communities for chat and discussion. These new cities use Landscape, a brand new UI for using Urbit in the browser.

Requirements
Python 3.7.2

Instructions

  1. To use Bridge, download and unzip the zip file on the release page (bridge-$version.zip).
  2. Open up your command line interface (Terminal on OSX, Command Prompt on Windows).
  3. Navigate to the bridge-$version directory.
  4. Run this command: python3 -m http.server 5000 --bind 127.0.0.1 --directory build
  5. You can then use the Bridge app by navigating to http://localhost:5000 on your internet browser.

Verify Checksums
To validate your downloaded file's integrity, compare the lines in checksum.txt to SHA-256 hashes of the build directory's contents.

  • On MacOS: shasum -a 256 -c checksums.txt build
  • On Linux: sha256sum -c checksums.txt build
  • On Windows: Go into the build directory and verify files individually with CertUtil -hashFile [file_name] SHA256

Changes
1.2.1 (2019-03-21)

  • Correctly enable the spawn recipient field based on child availability (#83)

License
Licensed under the MIT license
Copyright (c) 2019 Tlon

Assets 3

@Fang- Fang- released this Mar 20, 2019 · 164 commits to master since this release

Bridge is an open-source application for interacting with Azimuth address space. As of January 14, 2019, this address space is live on the Ethereum blockchain. You can find it at 0x223c067f8cf28ae173ee5cafea60ca44c335fecb.

Owners of Azimuth points will be able to boot Arvo, the Urbit OS, from their Azimuth point and request access to one of our 'cities': private communities for chat and discussion. These new cities use Landscape, a brand new UI for using Urbit in the browser.

Requirements
Python 3.7.2

Instructions

  1. To use Bridge, download and unzip the zip file on the release page (bridge-$version.zip).
  2. Open up your command line interface (Terminal on OSX, Command Prompt on Windows).
  3. Navigate to the bridge-$version directory.
  4. Run this command: python3 -m http.server 5000 --bind 127.0.0.1 --directory build
  5. You can then use the Bridge app by navigating to http://localhost:5000 on your internet browser.

Verify Checksums
To validate your downloaded file's integrity, compare the lines in checksum.txt to SHA-256 hashes of the build directory's contents.

  • On MacOS: shasum -a 256 -c checksums.txt build
  • On Linux: sha256sum -c checksums.txt build
  • On Windows: Go into the build directory and verify files individually with CertUtil -hashFile [file_name] SHA256

Changes
1.2.0 (2019-03-20)

  • Ensure compatibility with latest Trezor firmware (#76)
  • Don't wait for transactions to confirm before showing transaction hash (#62)
  • Prevent galaxies from spawning planets, as per the contracts (#22)
  • Remove set transfer proxy action (was redundant with transfer) (#69)
  • Various smaller UX improvements (#66, #70, #72, #78)
  • Various copy fixes (#39, #63)
  • Various code fixes and cleanup (#61, #66, #77)

License
Licensed under the MIT license
Copyright (c) 2019 Tlon

Assets 3

@iamwillkim iamwillkim released this Feb 2, 2019 · 225 commits to master since this release

Bridge is an open-source application for interacting with your Urbit address space. As of January 14, 2019, this address space is live on the Ethereum blockchain and we’re calling it ‘Azimuth’. You can find it at 0x223c067f8cf28ae173ee5cafea60ca44c335fecb.

Owners of Azimuth points will be able to boot Arvo, the Urbit OS, from their Azimuth point and request access to one of our ‘cities’: private communities for chat and discussion. These new cities use Landscape, a brand new UI for using Urbit in the browser.

Requirements
Python 3.7.2

Instructions

  1. To use Bridge, download and unzip the zip file on the release page (bridge-$version.zip).
  2. Open up your command line interface (Terminal on OSX, Command Prompt on Windows).
  3. Navigate to the bridge-$version directory.
  4. Run this command: python3 -m http.server 5000 --bind 127.0.0.1 --directory build
  5. You can then use the Bridge app by navigating to http://localhost:5000 on your internet browser.

Verify Checksums
To validate your downloaded file's integrity, compare the lines in checksum.txt to SHA-256 hashes of the build directory's contents.

  • On MacOS: shasum -a 256 -c checksums.txt build
  • On Linux: sha256sum -c checksums.txt build
  • On Windows: Go into the build directory and verify files individually with CertUtil -hashFile [file_name] SHA256

Changes
1.1.0 (2019-02-01)

  • Add options for authenticating with private keys, keystore files
  • Fix Ledger EIP-155 issue
  • Styling and small bug fixes

License
Licensed under the MIT license
Copyright (c) 2019 Tlon

Assets 3

@iamwillkim iamwillkim released this Jan 19, 2019 · 252 commits to master since this release

Bridge is an open-source application for interacting with your Urbit address space. As of January 14, 2019, this address space is live on the Ethereum blockchain and we’re calling it ‘Azimuth’. You can find it at 0x223c067f8cf28ae173ee5cafea60ca44c335fecb.

In the next few days, owners of Azimuth points will be able to boot Arvo, the Urbit OS, from their Azimuth point and request access to one of our ‘cities’: private communities for chat and discussion. These new cities use Landscape, a brand new UI for using Urbit in the browser.

Requirements
Python 2.7.15

Instructions

  1. To use Bridge, download and unzip the zip file on the release page (bridge-$version.zip).
  2. Open up your command line interface (Terminal on OSX, Command Prompt on Windows).
  3. Navigate to the bridge-$version/build directory.
  4. Run this command: python -m SimpleHTTPServer 5000 build
  5. You can then use the Bridge app by navigating to http://localhost:5000 on your internet browser.

Verify Checksums
To validate your downloaded file's integrity, compare the lines in checksum.txt to SHA-256 hashes of the build directory's contents.

  • On MacOS: shasum -a 256 -c checksums.txt build
  • On Linux: sha256sum -c checksums.txt build
  • On Windows: Go into the build directory and verify files individually with CertUtil -hashFile [file_name] SHA256

License
Licensed under the MIT license
Copyright (c) 2019 Tlon

Assets 3

@iamwillkim iamwillkim released this Jan 14, 2019 · 259 commits to master since this release

Bridge is an open-source application for interacting with your Urbit address space. As of January 14, 2019, this address space is live on the Ethereum blockchain and we’re calling it ‘Azimuth’. You can find it at 0x223c067f8cf28ae173ee5cafea60ca44c335fecb.

In the next few days, owners of Azimuth points will be able to boot Arvo, the Urbit OS, from their Azimuth point and request access to one of our ‘cities’: private communities for chat and discussion. These new cities use Landscape, a brand new UI for using Urbit in the browser.

Requirements
Python 2.7.15

Instructions

  1. To use Bridge, download and unzip the zip file on the release page (bridge-$version.zip).
  2. Open up your command line interface (Terminal on OSX, Command Prompt on Windows).
  3. Navigate to the bridge-$version/build directory.
  4. Run this command: python -m SimpleHTTPServer 5000 build
  5. You can then use the Bridge app by navigating to http://localhost:5000 on your internet browser.

Verify Checksums
To validate your downloaded file's integrity, compare the lines in checksum.txt to SHA-256 hashes of the build directory's contents.

  • On MacOS: shasum -a 256 -c checksums.txt build
  • On Linux: sha256sum -c checksums.txt build
  • On Windows: Go into the build directory and verify files individually with CertUtil -hashFile [file_name] SHA256

License
Licensed under the MIT license
Copyright (c) 2019 Tlon

Assets 3
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