After our stakepool guide, allowing everyone to create a stakepool, on macOS and Windows, we just released the Haskell node guide. Our philosophy at Proof of Africa has always been to make Cardano’s tech as accessible as possible, and that’s precisely the reason why our guides are made in a way to make it as understandable as possible, and they work for macOS and Windows at the same time (and Linux too actually).
If you want to become part of the Haskell node testnet, and create your own Haskell node, it starts right here!
Many thanks! It really brings me joy to see this kind of spirit in the community.
At this point If I were going to experiment with setting up a pool for the first time do you think I should go straight to the Haskell node?
Hi Donny! Thanks for your support, I really appreciate it.
Regarding the setup of your stakepool, the Haskell node has no link with the ITN. There is currently no link between the Haskell node testnet and the ITN. So if you want to setup a stakepool, you will need to setup a Rust node, so not a Haskell node. The Haskell node testnet is currently essentially just testnet to play a bit with the early early versions of the Haskell nodes!
I had a quick look, and on one of the pages it references Jormundgandr which of course is the Rust node not the Haskell one.
Hmm, could you please send me the link to the page you are talking about? Because I have done a quick word-search and wasn’t able to find any Jormungandr reference in our Haskell node guide.
Love your work, love your African approach, thanks for this and all the hard work all of you are doing
Could be point 10.4? “Update your stakepool to a new version of Jormungandr”
Thanks for your continuous support! :))
Hmm, yeah, but that’s for the stakepool guide, which is normal, as a stakepool requires Jormungandr. But there is no mention of Jormungandr that I’m aware of in the Haskell node guide, where that would be a problem.
10.3 The image only has Jormungandr.
10.4 As someone else pointed out.
10.5 Mentions it in the
10.5 Mentions it in the
10.8 Mentions it in the
Could it be that it is confusing that there are two tutorials on this page? One is for Jormungandr and one for the Haskell node.
Yes, that’s the problem I think. Because 10.3 to 10.8, are part of the stakepool guide, I’m going to try to make that clearer as, it seems to be confusing!
I’m extremely proud of you what you guys are doing with PROOF
it’s adding real value to for The Who Community
Thanks Denicio, I really appreciate it!