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The past weeks our engineering department has been transitioning to a very different, and much more open communication model with our community. Regular updates for Trinity, Entangled, IRI and client libraries are now coming out.
Probably even more visible, at least if you are active on our Discord, is the presence of new channels. The day-to-day development team discussions are now happening in these channels. The channels are visible to anyone. For IRI and client libraries, the channels are:
- iri-dev - day-to-day IRI team discussions. Read only.
- iri-discussion - public IRI discussion, anyone can join in.
- clients-dev - day-to-day client library team discussions. Read only.
- clients-discussion - public client library discussion, anyone can join in.
Please join the IOTA Discord server here to see what we are up to daily and ask questions!
In the previous update we mentioned that the client libraries team has been mainly working on a design of functionality the libraries will support in the full 1.0.0 release. The main part of that is about making libraries stateful. Last week, we officially started the development of the first version of what we call the Account module.
If you are a developer, you can look at the spec in Go, here. We’re aiming for having a first version of the account module usable in a new beta release of the client libraries within February. The design and implementation will then iteratively evolve towards the full 1.0.0 release....
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