SAFE Network Dev Update - February 28, 2019


#22

Thanks for the great update Maidsafe devs.

What an incredible undertake this SAFE Network thing, just seeing the crates overview… :dizzy_face:

Thanks a lot for helping with the Authenticator issue this week :sweat_smile:

:stuck_out_tongue:


#23

Anyone know if the list of Jira tasks are up to date? I mean there are many tasks which are still on the ,to do, list for Milestone 2, like: Create Observation enum that is transparent to Parsec or Change PARSEC APIs to allow routing to participate in malice detection. There was supposed to be also Milestone 3 if Im not misstaking, where did all this go?


#24

Anyone know if the list of Jira tasks are up to date?

It’s generally reasonably up-to-date although some tasks do slip through the cracks sometimes. I just went over the TODO tasks and closed a few that we fixed but forgot to update the Jira status for. Should be quite reliable right now.

There was supposed to be also Milestone 3

I don’t think we ever mentioned or planned a milestone 3.

Milestone 2 pretty much means PARSEC is feature complete (dynamic membership + malice + perf + testing + doc + whitepaper improvements).

If anything, we have the common coin work that’s not planned for a specific milestone yet so it could either go into milestone 2 or be its own milestone later but except for that, no milestone 3 on the horizon for PARSEC :wink:


#25

Thanks for reply, and for the most of the open tasks like for example , Functional test – estimates, is this a part of the test nets?


#26

Currently these aren’t on the high priority list. Partly because we’re pretty confident they’re OK given the integration tests we have. When we code these tests, the purpose will be: “reduce tech debt/increase maintainability” rather than “convince ourselves the code is correct”. They won’t block a testnet.


#27

I was woundering if those functional tests must to be done before the testnet can start, same goest to all other like for instance: Extract auxiliary_values function