Week Nine: W/E 23rd August 2019
Each week, this newsletter is where we’ll share a high-level summary of key achievements and what’s been going on in the program. Remember, for the very latest technical updates you can follow all the commits and pull requests in the community GitHub .
If you are not already part of the conversation, you’ll find a hive of activity over at the stake pool Best Practice Telegram . With over 2,200 members and loads of engaged users, this is a great resource for anyone interested in contributing to the program. Continued thanks to everyone from the community, especially our amazing Ambassadors.
Jormungandr was released to version 0.3.3 . This includes a major core rewrite of the internal blockchain data representation making the code safer, faster and to provide better API content. Indeed, with this new release comes a new end point for a stake pool operator to query the events schedules of the current epoch and see the past ones’ status.
Another notable change, though it is only aesthetic, is that we allow addresses to have any Bech32 prefix. For the node or the protocol, sending Ada to any of the following addresses will credit the same account:
In this case, the addresses both decompose into (output from
jcli address info):
discrimination: testing account: ed25519_pk1k5mejn3zqjj4f8f73v4ukfshmayr57jsv2ympvsg9zdvdpxvq64q3c2pv7
Documentation and content
New issues - 2 (1 documentation, 1 bug)
Backlog - 1
Resolved - 1
- Gracias a Rodrigo González Lascano, de la comunidad Cardano, por su ayuda traduciendo estos reportes semanales al español.
This week, the DevOps team supported the new Jormungandr build:
- Jormungandr-nix upgraded to 0.3.3
- Jormungandr snappy packages upgraded to 0.3.3
- Jormungandr chocolatey packages upgraded to 0.3.3
- Jormungandr homebrew tap upgraded to 0.3.3
That’s it for now!
The Stakepool Testing team