As we approach the end of June, and reflect on the amazing work that has been going on on the SAFE Network this month, we have some pretty big updates. We have seen some fantastic community events across the globe, with even more coming up as well as significant technical progress and releases across the project plan.
Let’s start with a reminder of the new projects boards where you can see all the real-time progress of each milestone. These are updated regularly by the project team so you won’t ever miss an update but remember! The weekly Dev Update on the Forum gives a great overview if you are ever unsure of the technical details. And of course please always question if things aren’t clear. You’ll unlikely be the only one and it’s important that you, the community, fully know what’s going on.
It has been full steam ahead across the technical teams this month. The team have been making significant progress on the SAFE CLI project. We shared for the very first time a SAFE CLI PoC which supports commands for authorisation of the CLI app against the auth_cli and all basic operations for test safecoins and wallets in general.
There has also been significant progress in creating a PoC Safecoin wallet command line interface. This CLI PoC showcases how Safecoin wallets will function on the live Network, the functionality of the Safecoin API and let users see just some of the wallet possibilities.
The QA team have been making strides too with Jenkins now active in Safe Client Libs. This addition to our testing suite allows the development teams to move at a greater pace, reducing the testing build time and opening up more time for future milestones. You can read more about our implementation of Jenkins here.
The latest SAFE Browser is also now available. Version 0.14.0 improves internal logging, fixes a variety of bugs as well as new features like improved internal logging. Go and download and test it out for yourself!
Once again the global spread of the SAFE Network was highlighted with meetups in Glasgow and the imeniant kick off in three Swedish cities. And a special thanks to Sostros for yet another great meet up in Chicago in partnership with Chicago Hod. So you always know what’s going on, we’ve also created an event page on the forum. We’ll need your help in keeping this updated though, so make sure you let us know when you’re hosting your next meetup!
And we were delighted to catch up with some community new and old at the Scottish Blockchain meetup featuring Andreas Antonopolous in Edinburgh. Not only was his key note speech inspiring and thought provoking but it was it wonderful to catch up with so many enthusiastic supporters.
You have another opportunity to meet some of the MaidSafe team in a SAFE Buzz with Ravi. Ceilidh and Ravi discuss his role in the SAFE Client Lib team, his day to day work and the projects he is working on.
One of the biggest updates we’re excited about it the Front-End releasing the UX Roadmap as well as the plan on how to get us there. These two Medium posts outline the design team’s approach to designing and explain how we’re going to change the world by putting this wonderful system in your hands. We’d love to know what you think so please join us in the forum and give your two cents.