#IrohaWeekly Iroha Weekly Updates #irohaweekly
Viacheslav Bikbaev <viacheslav@...>
Hey, I am here to tell you what happened to Iroha this week:
This week we have fixed several bugs (e.g. race condition regarding peer query https://github.com/hyperledger/iroha/pull/1293), fixed Linux build script https://github.com/hyperledger/iroha/pull/1289, worked on tests to improve our stability (https://github.com/hyperledger/iroha/pull/1281, https://github.com/hyperledger/iroha/pull/1056) and worked on the readability/maintanability/testability of our sorce codes as well 🙂 (https://github.com/hyperledger/iroha/pull/1248, https://github.com/hyperledger/iroha/pull/1280). Also, we had improved our documentation a little.
Important change: We have changed names of tags in Iroha image, so you need to get familiar with the new naming system: https://github.com/hyperledger/iroha/pull/1282
Most importantly, we are preparing to merge Multisignature Transactions into Iroha (only in experimental mode though, disabled by default), we hope you will be able to play with it pretty soon 🎉🎉 https://github.com/hyperledger/iroha/pull/1260 WIP
Also, we are working on support of Microsoft Windows. If you are a happy Windows user and want to participate in tests, please don't hesitate and write to us!❗️
We want to sincerely thank all our contributors, who are asking questions in our chats, creating issues with questions, helping us to create/translate documentation and implementing features! You are the best and we are happy to have such great community! 😍
Brian Behlendorf <bbehlendorf@...>
Thank you Viacheslav (and Eugenii who sent another copy of this - both made it through)
It's great to see the progress you've made. I've not spent enough time with Github issues to know this, but is there an easy way to see the list of remaining outstanding issues blocking the release of 1.0?
And, where are your conversations about the prioritization and scheduling of other issues into the roadmap? Is that public anywhere, so devs coming up to speed can get a sense for where they can start to help?
On 05/06/2018 08:23 AM, Viacheslav Bikbaev wrote:
-- Brian Behlendorf Executive Director, Hyperledger bbehlendorf@... Twitter: @brianbehlendorf
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Dear Brian, thank you for your attention to us and our project!
Regarding your questions:
About roadmap and prioritizing features: very soon we will make our roadmap public and will discuss it with our community. Our main list of issues is in our Jira (though we are working on moving into Hyperledger’s Jira).
About involvement of developers: We are returning the good practice of Weekly Updates, where we also ask for help. At the same time we trying to create as much “good-first-issues” as possible in Github, so newcomers can contribute easily. We have written a small Contribution guide for all who wants to participate (I think I will send it in the next letter so everyone here knows as well) and there are PRs currently WIP from our contributors.
Also, we are thinking about running Community Meetings once in a while (maybe once in a month, or on demand, we are not sure yet) where we can tell our current status for every interested person.
We are doing our best to be more transparent and open to newcomers. To overcome that some of the people see us as “close” community, we made our dev Telegram chat open for everyone https://t.me/hyperledgeriroha, so we can help our community. Also, we are working on bridging TG and Gitter chats with our Rocketchat channel, so everyone can access all messages from their favourite platform (like it is now with Telegram and Gitter) :)
Software Engineer at Soramitsu.
On 7 May 2018 at 12:21, Brian Behlendorf <bbehlendorf@...> wrote:
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