Our second article in "The Road to Modularity" has been slated to be released just before the mainnet release of core v3. The first article covered Testnet to v1, and the second article is aimed to journal the improvements between v1 and v2. Additionally, a third article is planned to detail v2 to v3. Currently, we are drafting v2 and will also have it peer reviewed by delegates that were actively involved with ARK at that time. Thank you for your interest in "The Road to Modularity" and for your support for our delegate!
It has almost been 2 weeks since we were fortunate enough to have our delegate bigfriendlymaniac voted into an active forging position on Mainnet. One of our proposed contributions was to produce a series of blog posts. Today we are proud to release the first in a series of blogs called “The Road to Modularity”. The first part covers the journey from Testnet to v1. We hope that you find this interesting and enjoy having a read! We have already planned the 2nd part of this story, covering v1 to v2, which will be released in due course.
None of this would have been possible without your support! We would like to thank everyone who has voted for us over the past 7 weeks and continue to do so! We hope you have had a great weekend!
We would like to thank the voters that have already voted for bigfriendlymaniac, our delegate.
Since we setup our second Devnet node, we will use those to actively have a crack at testing V3.
We hope to be able to give the team useful feedback on functionality and discover possible issues or improvements to the new codebase.
We will also be writing articles for a new blog, about.. More information coming soonTM.
Several of our contributions in the past years include: co-founding the ACF, 2nd place in the ARK Art Design Contest, being first to get ARK Core 0.1.0 running on a Raspberry Pi (testnet) with techbytes, being awarded a prize as one of 'the magnificent seven' for tirelessly testing core code before launch at block 75,600 and having created ARK News (no longer live) & several blogposts about ARK.
We are and do contribute to the wider Ark ecosystem & communities, by producing useful information repositories, blogs for Compendia users/voters, and supporting database contributions, when the functionality is available. Alongside that, we will continue to support Qredit and their team through Arks' MarketSquare.
We will be similarly engaged with the Ark community and are aiming to contribute similar efforts for the Ark network.