MaidSafe Dev Update - July 13, 2017 - Test 17


#22

Ahh thanks for the clarification.


#23

This is great news, especially as I now qualify to be “in” :slight_smile:


#24

I have exhausted my 500 operations :sob:
Having issues uploading video files, I reported the issue but if anybody else can try their luck I am out of the game until a reset I imagine.

safe://memory-game.sav


#25

lol…

When I tried to load your website. It crashes the browser.

edited:

Huh. it works now. Three crashes, and now it works again.


#26

updated the link… please try again


#27

Now it gets fun. :smiley: App dev is going explode and core development is going to move at a faster pace in parallel.

The days of low forum activity and mind numbing boredom due to little “apparent” progress is over.

By early august we’ll be at full steam. Buckle up people it’s going to a wild ride!!! :v: :sunglasses:


#28

Sorry to ask the question if it was answered elsewhere: do we still need to configure our routers to let the client connect, or is a version of hole punching already in place ?


#29

That was required for running vaults, you shouldn’t need any special setup to run the browser and apps.


#30

safe://hello
safe://the.odyssey

:thumbsup:


#31

Okay am I just doing something wrong? Whenever I try to launch and authenticate an app it launches in firefox not the SAFEBrowser.


#32

NFS Bug still present (related to https://github.com/maidsafe/safe_vault/issues/601)
When creating a new account or attempting to login, the whole browser crashes.

I’m on a:
OSX El Capitan (v 10.11.6)
Processor: 3.2 Ghz intel i5
RAM Memory: 8GB 1867 DDR3
Graphics: AMD Radeon R9 M380 2048MB


#33

Ouch that has gotta hurt.


#34

Very glad to see the network up again.

Is there any particular reason for the browser being > 100 MB and the web hosting manager > 50 MB? This seems very large indeed. I understand dependencies are included etc but even so, it seems very large.


#35

That’c correct @mav. We will looking to bring down the size the best we can by the next release hopefully. As you said, the dependencies are more and most of them download the entire source code. Most of the dependencies doesn’t seem to provide a minified version when we install. Here is a task for the same to start with browser


#36

On a side note: Even more annoying than the MB size is the sheer amount of tiny files. My ssd can’t handle this very well and unpacking takes sometimes 10+ minutes. I’m not shure if this can be adressed too.

But now let’s celebrate Test17! :tada: I almost regret ordering my Nintendo Switch so it arrives today! :joy: Great work!


#37

Is it possible to get some more information?? Which application you launched and in which platform??


#38

the mail tutorial app and the web hosting app both from manjaro linux. Both launched in firefox instead of the SAFE Browser and therefore are malfunctioning since firefox can’t authenticate apps.


#39

Could you please try opening the Safe Browser first (as it needs to register the protocol) then try opening the Apps.


#40

I did open the SAFE Browser first. The apps still launched in Firefox.


#41

I’m not familiar with Manjaro Linux, but they haven’t tested all Linux builds. I had problems on Mint 18.1 myself, but others had no issues on earlier versions.

From the readme document for the internal test:

Known limitations:

Applications are tested only on Windows 8, Windows 10, Ubuntu 14.04 and above, Fedora 25 and macOS.