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Hi, Golem community! With beautiful summer all around - at least for those of us on the Northern Hemisphere - we’re not sure if we can get your moods even higher but at least we’ll have a stab at it.
Here we are with our newest baby - the shiny new major release - Brass Golem Beta 0.20.0 which comes with a whole lot of goodies for you to play around with. The two most important ones are gWASM that we mentioned before and described in detail on our blog as well as RASPA2 a.k.a. gLambda support (also mentioned in our previous Dev Update). The small caveat here is that, in this release, we’re making them available to testnet users only, for now. That means that even though you won’t be able to earn GNT for being a provider of gWASM and RASPA2/gLambda yet, you’re most welcome to start experimenting with the new execution environments - especially with gWASM, that we’re planning to make available on mainnet soon.
One more time for those in the back - this is it! gWASM and RASPA a.k.a. gLambda are now integrated into the Golem software!
Those of you interested in diving into gWASM right away, please have a look at our pretty extensive primer on how to run our first gWASM test case - gflite - and how to write your own gWASM app:
Happy testing and coding!
Other than that, what you’ll probably notice right away is the much revamped Electron front-end - it features the new task list for requestors, with nicer-looking and much more detailed list of jobs assigned to providers and their respective statuses, improved status reporting providing informative hints about possible problems when launching and ...
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