Since we’re currently between sprints, the last week has been spent in picking up some leftovers from the previous sprint and preparing for the upcoming one.
We had some bugs and low-hanging optimisations that were ironed out in the last couple of days which as Spandan mentioned in his recent post has culminated in being able to start testing the client properly, i.e. against a distributed network of vaults rather than against a fake network.
We still have a lot of work to do to make this all more robust, but this represents decent progress.
We have several proposed RFCs which are being discussed in-house at the moment in preparation for the forthcoming sprint. I encourage everyone to have a peek and please add comments if you have opinions or questions about any of these. They represent a large part of the work scheduled for the next sprint, and planning for this sprint is under way at the moment,so get your thoughts and ideas in quick!
Having said that, nothing is set in stone, and these RFCs are mainly seen as initial efforts to implement basic, working functionality. We fully expect these to be built upon and advanced over the coming months and years. Please feel free to add your own RFC into the mix too.
As usual, here is the transcript of our Monday catchup meeting.