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Author Topic: [ANN] IPO of MaidSafe:  Entering the Future of the Decentralized Internet  (Read 531462 times)
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November 18, 2015, 02:47:42 PM
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Once the network is live, how will people know which websites are online?
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November 18, 2015, 03:58:37 PM
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Once the network is live, how will people know which websites are online?

Once uploaded, a website will always be online. Until the uploader takes it off. The website is online on different nodes in the form of chunks. When 1 node with chunks goes offline, another
one will take over. So when you request safe:youwebsite it's always there.

But that's probably not what you meant Grin For the rest it's just like the normal internet. Without a searchengine you'll need to know the address of the website or use a webring like the one above.
In the beginning it will probably be things like webrings. Just the good old internet again, but in a decentralised P2P way.

 
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November 18, 2015, 04:17:00 PM
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Has there been any discussion of creating a search engine or something similar?
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November 18, 2015, 04:22:26 PM
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Has there been any discussion of creating a search engine or something similar?

Yup, I remember it was on some topics on the forum. I heard some folks on slack talk about it as well.
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November 22, 2015, 03:51:58 AM
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Just an FYI...someone is setting up something scammy.

Post is about a month old but still relevant to mention I think.  Be careful.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=582598.msg12778146#msg12778146
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November 24, 2015, 06:08:54 PM
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Here's the latest Dev-Update:

MaidSafe Dev Update 23rd November 2015

Follow the proces on GitHub/Maidsafe.


Don't get fooled by SafeCoin - The Real Safecoin. May Launch This has nothing to do with Maidsafe or Maidsafecoin.
The best place for information is the real Safenetwork Forum. It's run by volunteers from the community and paid for by Maidsafe. Here's the address:

SAFE Network Forum



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The Troon office feels fully operational again this week as people return from being ill, holidays and visit from the other side of the planet. Decent progress is being made on the Routing bugs as outlined in last week's Dev Update1 and progress can still be tracked via commits in the cleanup branch of Routing3. As soon as we have eliminated the bugs and have a functioning Routing example again, I am sure the core guys that have been living and breathing the Routing cleanup, will want to shout this from the nearest mountain top5, or alternatively and a lot easier just update everyone here on the forum. While this Routing debugging work continues not everything has ground to a complete halt in the other libraries or elsewhere in MaidSafe.

So in Crust work continues on a couple of fronts, one of these is the Crust speedup RFC1. When the Crust maintainers are happy with this RFC PR, it shall be moved into ‘Proposed’ and implementation JIRA tasks raised, once these are complete this RFC will be ‘Active’. The work on this RFC shall happen in a new Git branch, so as not to hinder the Routing progress, nor the RUST-5 deliverables in any way. In parallel to this, work is on-going with RUST-UTP and the Devs are collaborating with the owners of that crate to get a UTP connect function rock solid (and always passing tests) from a Crust perspective. The guys have done a great job tracing an issue we originally believed existed in Crust and hunted down the problem to RUST-UTP and are now cooperating with the authors to resolve this.

Heading up the stack; progress continues preparing for the resolution of the Routing implementation issues. Last week the client guys worked on the Firefox addon feasibility, to eradicate the FFI binding that was previously used and to switch to the Firefox XPCOM components to connect with the launcher. Also work to expose an API to the DOM layer so that the API could allow dynamic applications to be built begun, however these are just the initial steps of proof of concept (POC) to showcase the feasibility.

To make the above POC integrated with the actual addon, we are working on an RFC to allow authenticated access from the addon. Also a few DNS APIs must be exposed from the launcher side to enable the serving of content from the addon, thus an RFC is being worked on to outline what is required.

There was a request on another forum thread3 to expose the API from launcher to allow managing StructuredData and Immutable data. A RFC is pending1 in regards to this request. Another RFC in the pipeline from the client guys is a slight design change, currently public functions exposed from the safe_nfs crate are blocking calls. The Devs believe it would be better to change them to a non-blocking implementation. So a bunch of RFCs and PRs flowing from the guys, in order to make life easier for SAFE App developers.

The website has seen a significant overhaul with the design and implementation guys working hard to provide a rich, fresh and informative end user orientated site. All of the design tasks are now complete; with the final tweaks being implemented and internally reviewed this week. This is the first of two new planned websites, the other being aimed at developers.

As the end user portion of the site stands, there are now four main pages. These main pages are: Features, Safecoin, Company and FAQs.

Features outlines some of the key features of the SAFE network to new and novice users. It gets them up to speed on some of the main problems with existing internet infrastructure and provides an introduction to some of our solutions.

The Safecoin page shares a lot of the goals with features and since safecoin is such an important part of the SAFE network, it needed it's own page. The goal here is not to give advanced users in-depth knowledge of the implementation, but to simply be enough to peek an interest in new novice users and direct them where to find out more.

Company page does pretty much what you would expect and provides an outline of our goals and motivations as a company, as well as including a careers section and the dreaded staff images, you have been warned :smile:

FAQs has been changed from what was originally conceived as a hub for support. It has now been scaled back to an FAQ page and as a place to channel interested users to the community forum and media wiki sites to gain more information. One of the reasons for scaling this back is that kicking off later this week will be a project to seriously tackle Documentation or our lack thereof. We understand that useful, up-to-date documentation is lacking and has been an area we have neglected for way too long. So a new team is being created to tackle this, areas they plan to cover include: Libraries (core and app help); Apps (illustrations, tutorials, etc); API (scope of the launcher and what it provides for Apps); Blogs (for example a series presenting each core library by the maintainers themselves is one idea); Samples and finally Tutorials. So hopefully more news to follow on this after the team meets for the first time this week.

So still moving steadily in the right direction, no TADA! :tada: just yet, just stay on the lookout for sleep deprived developers rushing toward the summit of a Scottish mountain.







 

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December 03, 2015, 11:31:50 AM
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Sorry, a bit late with the link to the update this week  Tongue

Here's the latest Dev-Update:

MaidSafe Dev Update 1st December 2015

Follow the proces on GitHub/Maidsafe.

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As @dirvine stated yesterday in a Dev Update leak :wink: Routing: the patient is now stable and off the critical list, this is now very much the case with brilliant progress made this week, which has been borne out in real testing. We have run 65 (one more than group size) nodes with a close group size of 8 on droplets, all nodes could populate close group number of nodes in their routing tables. :smile: This is a significant breakthrough and a testament to the hard work of the team. Does it mean we are fully out of the bug infested woods? Nearly, but not quite. Over to @Fraser for the detail.....
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December 05, 2015, 05:48:21 PM
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POR farming ready yet?

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December 06, 2015, 06:08:34 PM
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POR farming ready yet?

Nope, first step is to launch the network without farming. If that's stable, the next sprints will focus on adding support for farming and Safecoin.
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December 23, 2015, 09:13:16 AM
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Right before the holidays....

Here's the latest Dev-Update:

MaidSafe Dev Update 22nd December 2015

Follow the proces on GitHub/Maidsafe.

The new website is live!

maidsafe.net






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December 23, 2015, 09:59:47 AM
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Right before the holidays....

Here's the latest Dev-Update:

MaidSafe Dev Update 22nd December 2015

Follow the proces on GitHub/Maidsafe.

The new website is live!

maidsafe.net








Great progress~It is probably launched in 2016~
Thanks!

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December 23, 2015, 12:40:59 PM
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No mention of the network launch this time?
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December 25, 2015, 09:11:06 AM
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What is the status of this coin please?
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December 26, 2015, 12:34:38 AM
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What is the status of this coin please?

One of the most actively developed coins in crypto.  Check the dev updates on the Maidsafe forum for further specifics.
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December 28, 2015, 01:10:11 PM
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What is the status of this coin please?


A lot of Dev-updates

They were building the software in C++ and had over 500.000 lines of code. They decided to change the architecture of the software and re-wrote
the whole project in Rust. They're now under 20.000 lines of code and already released installers to run a local Safenetwork at home.

Now they're working on their last sprint which will give us the real global Safenetwork including the opportunity for everyone to register addresses like:

safe:yourwebsite

It's like DNS but fully decentralized just like the rest of the network.

Join the Forum if you want to know more. Exciting times are coming.
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January 05, 2016, 08:34:08 PM
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Some links to enjoy:

Safenet in 5 minutes (5 min. read)

MaidSafe Technology Overview (5 min. video)

SAFEX, Safecoin & SAFE Network (8 min. video)





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January 05, 2016, 11:05:52 PM
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Done i'm in  Wink

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January 05, 2016, 11:51:13 PM
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how's the vaporware going ?  Smiley
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January 06, 2016, 07:24:14 PM
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full steam
i may be wrong but vnl is doing good

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January 07, 2016, 05:51:44 PM
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Here's the latest Dev-Update:

MaidSafe Dev Update 7th January 2016

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Happy 2016! we thought we would share some of what has happened during the holidays (not all of us took a break) and what we have planned for the next few weeks. I would also like to welcome onboard a few more new dev team members; Adam joined us in December; @AndreasF came onboard this week and @Shankar will start in a few weeks time - Welcome to MaidSafe and the SAFE Network guys! So with almost everyone back at their keyboards and with extra dev firepower joining the team, we thought it would be good to share our plans for the next few weeks. Ultimately all these tasks are still focused on delivering RUST-5 and to enable community testing to begin.
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