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As a project evolves, so does its project management system — that’s especially true in software development, and even more so when you’re trying to develop the most protected messenger in the Galaxy (and possibly beyond). …


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The choice of these two countries for comparison is not random, and it is not a joke. The United States is considered by many to be the cradle of democracy, while North Korea is generally thought to be one the most totalitarian states on the planet. So, the hypothesis is that the laws regulating privacy in these two countries would be very, very different.

The role of the world’s “cradle of democracy” inherently suggests that the United States should have personal data and privacy of correspondence tightly protected by the law. In a totalitarian state like North Korea, the law is rather expected to strip the citizens of any such protection. …


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A lot has been completed since the September release. We have made changes to our project management approach switching some of our workflows from Scrum to Kanban, which helped increase overall production efficiency and output quality. We have completed a total of 127 different tasks, from small to big, and here we are to share our progress report with you.

We worked intensively on the app’s version for Android, having covered a wide range of issues from very minor to serious ones. Speaking of the latter, we fixed a major issue with incoming calls — some Android phones were failing to display the ‘Receive call’ button, but now it’s all taken care of and works smoothly even on the most ‘stubborn’ devices. Keeping up the connection stable during calls was a bit of a bigger challenge. Our tests showed that pretty often, the ‘Establishing connection’ status would end up with ‘Call failed’, which is not what we were looking to give to our users. We have fixed the issue, and breaking connection is not an issue any more. …

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