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Dug Campbell, COO

It’s full steam ahead with the SAFE Network once again as we continue to make significant progress across the project plans covering the entire Network! From Front End to Back End, you'll find updates from the last seven days, ranging from progress on the latest SAFE Browser ahead of its imminent release to the advance of the integration of quic-p2p. Plus in other news, the team headed over to Edinburgh to check out Andreas Antonopoulos speaking about the Libra news this week and - of course - to spread SAFE Network news at this week's Scottish Blockchain Meetup event. Read all the details now at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-june-20-2019/29010

SAFE Network Dev Update - June 20, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: We started integrating the SAFE CLI PoC we shared last week (which was made using a tiny SCL-mock) with the actual SAFE Client Libs APIs for all the operations related to Wallet commands. We got started on a new SAFE CLI milestone that involves taking the first steps towards supporting the same functionality that the Web Hosting Manager application has for uploading websites in the CLI. We merged a large PR which made a massive d...
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Dug Campbell, COO

Another big week for the SAFE Network! We now have a working POC in the form of a Safecoin wallet command-line interface (plus CLI User guide). There's been great progress on Test Safecoin and progress made in developing the new data types in SAFE Client Libs that you'll find on SAFE. Plus - we've made steps towards enabling BLS keys in Routing by adding Distributed Key Generation to Parsec. More generally, we've shaken things up for this week's Dev Update, laying it out to accurately reflect progress across the milestones in the project plan. Check out all the details this week on the Forum at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-june-6-2019/28862

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Dug Campbell, COO

This week's SAFE Network Dev Update summarises a busy week, both in terms of technical development and talks by the MaidSafe team and community members. After receiving great feedback from around the world to the various RFC's that have been published over the last months, you can now read about the proof-of-concept work being implemented by SAFE Client Libs based on the various SAFE data types. For further news of the SAFE Network: Chicago meetup and founder David Irvine's talk on the future of the Internet at the Digital Scotland 2019 Conference, check out the update at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-may-30-2019/28783

SAFE Network Dev Update - May 30, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: The Safecoin RFC has generated a lot of activity and the discussion is still very much ongoing. We would like to thank @neo, @happybeing, @riddim and @mav to mention only a few, and everyone else for their excellent contributions. The SAFE Client Libs team is moving full steam ahead with the development of Proof of Concept implementation of 3 recently published RFCs: new data types (AppendOnlyData and unsequenced MutableData), un...
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Dug Campbell, COO

Join the community creating the world’s first autonomous data network! In this week's Dev Update, the project is looking for feedback and comment on a number of key components of the SAFE Network in the form of six outstanding RFC's. This week has also seen the publication of a high-level design document on the SAFE CLI feature, plus a prototyped Proof-of-Concept in mock of the new data types for the Network. Read all the details now: safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-may-23-2019/28691

SAFE Network Dev Update - May 23, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: RFC 57: Safecoin revised was released earlier this week. RFC 58: Reliable Message Delivery was released today. This RFC complements RFC 56 and should complete the big picture for communication of messages across the Network. The new data types that were introduced in the RFCs last week (RFC 54 and RFC 55) are being prototyped as a Proof of Concept in mock. The front-end team published a SAFE CLI High Level Design Document. @nbaks...
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Dug Campbell, COO

This week’s SAFE Network Dev Update kicks off with some great news - the release of an updated safenetwork.tech website! Plus two new RFCs explaining and exploring the different types of data you'll find on the Network and the publication of a new Secure Message Relay RFC. Please do jump in and share your feedback on any of these! You can also now listen to Spandan explain the reasons for the adoption of QUIC-P2P on the SAFE Crossroads Podcast and read more about the Fundamentals in a two part blog series. Plus much more now at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-may-16-2019/28626

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Dug Campbell, COO

The SAFE Network Dev Update is full of release news this week! We've released the SAFE Network Project Plan to give a clear overview of the work that's planned on the way to the SAFE Beta release. We've also released v0.1.1 of quic-p2p (that includes the basic P2P connection logic, the bootstrap cache, and Client/Node differentiation amongst other things). We've also got the latest post out on our 'Road to Fleming' series, with Jon investigating Disjoint Sections in greater detail, whilst there's been great progress made this week as well by the SAFE API and SAFE Client Libs teams. For further details, as usual please check out the post itself on the Forum > safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-may-9-2019/28536

SAFE Network Dev Update - May 9, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: We released the updated SAFE Network Roadmap / Project plan. @jonhaggblad wrote a new post on our Road to Fleming series describing Disjoint Section. We released the first version of QUIC P2P (v0.1.1) There was also a very successful SAFE Network: Glasgow Meetup earlier this week - thanks to @DavidMc0 for helping organize it. @pierrechevalier83 is heading out to the Ukraine to talk all things PARSEC at the IT NonStop Blockchain a...
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MaidSafeCoin
Dug Campbell, COO

SAFE Network Dev Update (02.05.19): We are excited to confirm we'll be releasing the SAFE Network Roadmap on 10th. The teams have also been busy with a number of things including, the release of the latest SAFE Browser (version 0.13), a bug fix in the SAFE Authenticator CLI and investigation into the Redland RDF API for SAFE Client Libs just to pick out a few of interest. There have also been a number of Medium articles and video explainers released this week, featuring Spandan who chats about the move from Crust to quic-p2p and Jon who walks us through the SAFE Network’s Sybil Resilience designs. Read all the details at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-may-2-2019/28459

SAFE Network Dev Update - May 2, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: We released a new video intro to Sybil Resistance on the SAFE Network by @jonhaggblad as well as a new post on the same topic (on Medium and the Forum). We released an update on QUIC, Quinn and Crust (on Medium and the Forum) plus @ustulation has recorded a video discussing Quinn and the adoption of QUIC P2P. We released SAFE Browser v0.13.0, which brings in several bug fixes and enhancements such as having a nicer popup for the...
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Dug Campbell, COO

We released the SAFE Network Update for 25/04/2019 yesterday - and it's been another busy week! MaidSafe developer Hunter released a video tutorial walking through how to build a Node.js DApp on the SAFE Network; the QUIC-P2P team made an important step integrating bootstrap (a crucial feature for any P2P networking library); and the SAFE Client Libs team migrated SAFE Client Libs to the latest stable Rust 2018. What's more, the last of the main PARSEC work has been completed and the Routing team is now focussed on getting the Routing code ready for the Fleming release! Read more at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-april-25-2019/28422

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Kickstart the weekend with this week’s SAFE Network Dev Update, featuring a new exchange listing for MAID on Bitker, a new tutorial video and API improvements plus much more. The latest SAFE Buzz is now live on our YouTube channel with MaidSafe Developer Lionel who is based in our Chennai office... and the technical updates have been coming thick and fast this week with new features in the SAFE Authenticator CLI as well as API improvements (such as managing and revoking a user’s apps and adding a new run method in SAFE Client Libs). Read all the details now: safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-april-18-2019/28338

SAFE Network Dev Update - April 18, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
SAFE Network Dev Update - April 18, 2019 Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: MAID coin is listed on the Bitker exchange. This week’s SAFE Buzz video is with @lionel.faber all the way from our Chennai office. The safe_auth CLI receives some new features. SAFE Client Libs continue to make API improvements such as managing and revoking a user’s apps and adding a new run method, as well as a move to a stable Rust. The final issues for PARSEC are nearly completed and th...
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Dug Campbell, COO

We're pleased to announce that MaidSafeCoin has just been listed on the Bitker Exchange (www.bitker.com)! Trading has been enabled in the following pairs: MAID/BTC, MAID/ETH and MAID/USDT. Please check out the forum thread for further details at safenetforum.org/t/maid-listing-on-bitker-exchange/28312

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Dug Campbell, COO

Start your weekend right by reading this week’s SAFE Network Dev Update. Lots of news, including an improved updated version of the SAFE Network Primer. We have another SAFE Buzz video live on YouTube alongside a .NET development tutorial. Marketing have published a beginner's guide to Self-Encryption on Medium - and work on PARSEC is very nearly complete as far as preparations for Fleming go! This means the full Routing team will soon be reunited. This week saw a few final tasks related to testing ticked off, particularly the malice-handling code, together with a few bug fixes. And we've been updating documentation for the safe_app_csharp package and SAFE Authenticator mobile app. Read more at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-april-11-2019/28249

SAFE Network Dev Update - April 11, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: A new and improved version of the SAFE Network Primer is now available. We have another SAFE Buzz live on YouTube, this time with @nbaksalyar. @cgray shared a beginners guide to Self-encryption on Medium. @AshwinKumar has recorded a new video where he works through the .NET development tutorial and we’ve added it to YouTube. Work on PARSEC is very nearly complete as far as preparations for Fleming go. This means the full Routing ...
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Dug Campbell, COO

Start your weekend by reading this week’s SAFE Network Dev Update! Heaps of news including the announcement of the journal that'll be publishing the updated paper explaining our _fully_ ABFT consensus algorithm (PARSEC v2.0) plus an interview with community member @oetyng. There's a new DApps page on SAFE DevHub so you can see what's being built across the community.... and we’ve also got newly released version of the SAFEBrowser v0.12.0, an updated POC of the SAFE Messages app v0.1.1... AND, updates on the QUIC-based Crust implementation! Check it out now: safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-march-28-2019/28103

SAFE Network Dev Update - March 28, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: We have submitted our PARSEC v2.0 (properly asynchronous with a common coin) paper for review to the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing. We published an interview with @oetyng on Medium (check out Part 1 and Part 2). New versions of @maidsafe/safe-node-app (v0.11.0) and of the SAFE Browser (v0.12.0) were released. We created a new thread about the SAFE Authenticator CLI to be able to get the community engaged in its pr...
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Dug Campbell, COO

This week’s SAFE Network is jam-packed full of new releases, documentation and a community API. There has been a patch released for SAFE Authenticator Mobile App to fix a few minor bugs (thanks to the community for the help and feedback!). Stephen has been speaking to Ceilidh on our latest video about all things QA and the Fleming team have released the next in the Road to Fleming Forum blog post series on sybil resilience on SAFE. Read it all now: safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-march-21-2019/27976

SAFE Network Dev Update - March 21, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: We released a video with @scoyle as part of our series of interviews with team members. A patch release of the SAFE Authenticator mobile application earlier this week. It includes a fix for the bug regarding support on lower platform versions. Several new pages describing our foreign function interface were added to the Client Libs documentation. We recommend starting with the FFI overview and expanding from there. Community memb...
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Dug Campbell, COO

Read the latest SAFE Network Weekly Development Update for news on RDF support in SAFE Client Libs, in-depth discussions on node ageing and a new video interview with Jim from the UX/UI team. We're also looking for your feedback! The SAFE Client Libs team have raised a RFC on the RDF support within the SAFE Network so please have a read and let us know your thoughts safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-march-14-2019/27915

SAFE Network Dev Update - March 14, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: We released a video with @JimCollinson as part of a new series of interviews with team members. We are starting the discussion on the RFC for RDF support in SAFE Client Libs, which is now raised as a proposal. @marcin made a post on the Dev Forum called Client Libs: Help Wanted! which describes the efforts of the SAFE Client Libs team to make it easier to contribute to the project. There is a SAFE Network meetup in Brighton tonig...
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Dug Campbell, COO

Read the latest SAFE Network Weekly Dev Update for an update on the SAFE Hackathon in the Autumn! We also discuss the release of v0.1.1 of the SAFE Mobile Authenticator (containing some great UX/UI improvements) - you can download the APK from GitHub now! The Routing Team also released the next post in the 'Road to Fleming' Forum Series, providing an overview of Sybil Resistance on SAFE. Ask any questions you've got, get involved in the conversation on our Forum and learn much more about what's been going on: safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-march-7-2019/27823

SAFE Network Dev Update - March 7, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: Instead of a SAFE DevCon, we’ll be organising a SAFE Hackathon in London (probably in mid-September). @dugcampbell and @bart will be speaking at the SAFE Network: Brighton meetup next Thursday, March 14. SAFE Authenticator Mobile v0.1.1 was released yesterday. The Routing team released a first post on Sybil resilience. Marketing Over the past few months, a number of you have been asking about the plans for SAFE DevCon. After a g...
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Dug Campbell, COO

The SAFE Network Weekly Dev Update this week is jam-packed with news across the technical teams. The Front End team released a new version of the SAFE Browser - download it now and let us know what you think! There has also been extensive progress made towards the safe_app_java milestone and the RDF stack has been added to SAFE Client Libs. What's more <klaxon alert!> updates to the PARSEC Whitepaper are incoming....Bart will be explaining all at the next SAFE Brighton Meetup in a couple of weeks' time. Read it all at: safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-february-28-2019/27738

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Dug Campbell, COO

Read this week’s Dev Update to find out all the news, releases and updates from the SAFE Network. Highlights this week include the release of the next post in the Fleming Forum Series from the Routing team, new staff joining the Crust team plus yet more improvements from the SAFE App and API teams. Read it all now at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-february-21-2019/27586

SAFE Network Dev Update - February 21, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: Continuing the series of posts started three weeks ago, the Routing team released this post to highlight the main questions their current brainstorming sessions are centered around. @douglas.santos has joined the team this week to work alongside @povilasb in the Crust team. Marketing As mentioned last week, the Marketing team has been focused almost exclusively on continuing its deep dive into Fleming Tech. Meanwhile, @dirvine w...
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Dug Campbell, COO

Another busy week in the SAFE Network full of SAFE app milestone completions, SAFE Client Libs documentation progress, updates on both Fleming and PARSEC from the Routing Team - and much more. Read it all now: safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-february-14-2019/27502/

SAFE Network Dev Update - February 14, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: We published an interview with Devolution creator @Glen_Simister. As we mentioned last week, we now have a good idea of how to replace our concrete coin with a common coin to make PARSEC fully asynchronous. However, we realised that the impact on the Routing crate would add another substantial amount of work. So while we have worked out what should be done and have a clear picture of how to get there, we’ve decided to maintain ou...
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Dug Campbell, COO

Read this week’s Dev Update to find out all the news, releases and updates from the SAFE Network. Highlights this week include the release of the video from Josh & Gabriel's live Q&A on the SAFE Browser plus the second instalment of David and Viv’s SAFE Crossroads Podcast exploring the Fundamentals of the Network. And most excitingly, the Routing team have now worked out a way to make Parsec fully asynchronous and have started to implement this solution! Read all about it and much more at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-february-7-2019/27428

SAFE Network Dev Update - February 7, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: We’ve published the video of the recent live Q&A on the SAFE Browser on YouTube. @fergish released Part 2 of @dirvine and @viv’s podcast on the Fundamentals. We released a new post on the importance of open source software to the SAFE Network. Drawing inspiration from the POA Network project and their implementation of the Honey Badger BFT algorithm, we have figured out a way of making Parsec truly asynchronous and have started t...
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Dug Campbell, COO

It’s been another busy week in the SAFE Network! .Net developers have been treated to an updated C# API allowing cross-platform mobile and desktop development plus an example app and tutorial. The Routing team released the first in a series of forum posts outlining their work towards SAFE Fleming. This series should not only shed further light on the work the team are doing but also generate feedback - so please do get involved! Read this and much more in this week’s SAFE Network Dev Update safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-january-31-2019/27363

SAFE Network Dev Update - January 31, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: We released an updated C# API and new tutorials for .NET mobile and desktop development on the SAFE Network. See this post for more details. The Routing team released a first forum post to start shedding some light on the work that they are doing to prepare for the Fleming milestone. A few MaidSafe team members will be at FOSDEM this weekend. See this forum post for more info. Marketing It was fantastic to see Devolution, a new ...
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Dug Campbell, COO

Weekly Dev Update (25/01/19): highlights this week include the updated SAFE Browser release, great progress made on RDF storage in the Client Libs layer, improved bootstrap cache in Crust, further user testing and a deep dive into PARSEC scalability. We’re also hosting a live session on the SAFE Browser today (25 Jan) at 15:30 UTC. Check out more details on the forum safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-january-24-2019/27283

SAFE Network Dev Update - January 24, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: Tomorrow at 15:30 UTC, we are hosting a Zoom session about the SAFE Browser with @bochaco and @joshuef. See this post for more details on how to join. You can read up on a few thoughts by some of the new starts in the Chennai, India MaidSafe office in this post. We released SAFE Browser v0.11.1 earlier this afternoon. In SAFE Client Libs, we made some good progress with the RDF storage: the experimental proof of concept we have b...
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Dug Campbell, COO

Have you read this week's Dev Update yet? For a quick summary of all the goings-on across the MaidSafe teams building up the SAFE Network - from Routing, Crust, Client Libs, SAFE API & Apps, UX & Marketing - it's all in there! Check it out on the Forum at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-january-10-2019/27119

SAFE Network Dev Update - January 10, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: Yesterday, we announced on Medium that we’re releasing support for developers to build native Android SAFE apps. More details on this release are available in this forum post. Today, we shared our thoughts on what 2018 meant for the SAFE Network on Medium. Most of our crates have been updated to use the Rust 2018 edition. Marketing The Marketing Team are back and can’t wait to get stuck into 2019! Since the last Dev Update, we’v...
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Happy New Year from the MaidSafe team! The first Dev Update of 2019 is now out. It includes a review of 2018 together with the big news this week: the addition of support for developing native Android SAFE DApps, mobile authenticator and new Java API. Read more at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-january-10-2019/27119

SAFE Network Dev Update - January 10, 2019 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: Yesterday, we announced on Medium that we’re releasing support for developers to build native Android SAFE apps. More details on this release are available in this forum post. Today, we shared our thoughts on what 2018 meant for the SAFE Network on Medium. Most of our crates have been updated to use the Rust 2018 edition. Marketing The Marketing Team are back and can’t wait to get stuck into 2019! Since the last Dev Update, we’v...
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Update for Thursday 20th December: we’ve ended 2018 with a big release: a new version of the SAFE Browser! We’re excited to introduce a better browser with enhanced compatibility with the SOLID project (RDF, WebID’s, Linked Data). Dig into the details on the Forum, a Medium post and in a new SAFE Crossroads podcast. Plus new SAFE App NodeJS API documentation released and much more. Read all about it at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-december-20-2018/26821

SAFE Network Dev Update - December 20, 2018 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: We released a new Medium post about SAFE and Solid. SAFE Browser v0.11.0 was released yesterday. @fergish released a new podcast about the SAFE Browser. An enhanced version of the safe_app_nodejs API documentation was published. Reminder that this will be our last dev update of 2018, our first update of the New Year will be on Thursday the 10th of January. Marketing In amongst a couple of last minute holidays before the end of 2...
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Have you seen our new video explaining why Dynamic Membership matters on a permissionless decentralised network? Take a look (www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyUzOeJHvzc) and read more about this next milestone on the route to the upcoming release of SAFE-Fleming (medium.com/safenetwork/the-road-to-safe-fleming-part-2-dynamic-membership-ab552ef15193)

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Update for Thursday 13th December: new video releases, blog posts, podcasts, team members - and a new SAFE Network Wiki page as well! And that’s before you even get started on the Crust, Client Libs, Routing, SAFE API & Apps updates! It’s been another jam-packed week in the world of the SAFE Network - read all about it at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-december-13-2018/26736

SAFE Network Dev Update - December 13, 2018 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: Ceilidh Gray (@Cgray) has joined us in the Ayr Office as the Marketing Strategist and will be working alongside the Marketing Team. We released a new video and blog post explaining how Dynamic Membership works with PARSEC. @fergish released a great new podcast: Episode 48: A Reintroduction and Update on the SAFE Network with @dugcampbell. There is now a SAFE Network page on Wikipedia. Thursday the 20th of December will be the las...
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Update for Thursday 6th December: final testing for SAFE App Java & C# API’s; testing for the updated SAFE Browser; the Routing Team splits into two focused teams; Crust updates socket collection; the creation of a new SAFE-Fleming branch in the Routing repository as we build up to release; and 7 more new team members. Phew! Read all about it here safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-december-6-2018/26629

SAFE Network Dev Update - December 6, 2018 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: We have 7 new team members joining us this week (of which 3 are interns). We are happy to announce that snapshot releases of the Android library are available as safe-app-android and safe-app-android-dev on the oss-snapshot-local maven repository. The supporting API documentation is also available for reference. The API documentation for safe_app_csharp is now available for reference. We made available a new patch release of the s...
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This week’s Dev Update includes the SAFE Network's appearance in 'Wreck-It Ralph 2', a new podcast explaining the RDF/Solid Connection with SAFE, the release of a new safe_app_nodejs package and update on the continuing progress of the integration of malice detection into Routing. Check it out here > safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-november-29-2018/26506

SAFE Network Dev Update - November 29, 2018 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: @fergish interviewed @joshuef and @bochaco on the RDF/Solid connection with SAFE. A new version of the safe_app_nodejs package (v0.10.0) has been published this week on npm, which incorporates some enhancements mainly around the experimental APIs. Please refer to the changelog to see the complete list of changes. The SAFE Client Libs team has been progressing well with the research on adding RDF/SPARQL support to SAFE Client Libs...
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In this week’s Dev Update, you’ll find the results from the recent Crust Tests, a post on how the SAFE and SOLID projects are perfect companions, an RFC proposal for new XORname-based URL’s, a video update experiment from the team, a couple of new meetups in the next fortnight... and much much more! Check it out at safenetforum.org/t/safe-network-dev-update-november-15-2018/26284

SAFE Network Dev Update - November 15, 2018 - Updates - SAFE Network Forum
Summary Here are some of the main things to highlight this week: MaidSafeCoin is now on Blockfolio’s Signal service, which provides us the ability to send push notifications to share important news about the SAFE Network. We are experimenting with providing a short video summary of the weekly Dev Update. Here’s a trial video made using last week’s Dev Update. Please let us know if you have any feedback on this format. We released a new Medium post (‘The Successful Conclusion of the Crust Tests’...
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Hello SAFE Network Community! MaidSafe are excited to partner with Blockfolio in order to keep you updated on all development releases, event announcements and breaking news on the road to the SAFE-Fleming Release - and beyond. Stay tuned!