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Development progress and product changes from district0x
The past two weeks for the development squad in the district0x network was a varied grab-bag of hiring, planning, outsourcing, prototyping, and finishing across the applications in development. Whereas just two months ago we were singular in our focus on Ethlance, we’ve now expanded to a point where multiple external development teams are working on 2 new applications, a third team is working to restore Name Bazaar functionality, and lastly Ethlance is moving towards a testnet and mainnet release.
In particular, Ethlance continues to be developed page by page, with each front-end instance getting hooked up to back-end modules, and tested to confirm working functionality. This work has been handled by a part-time contributor for the last few weeks, and will continue to move along at a slow but steady pace through the new year.
Besides this, as mentioned above, we’ve contracted out to several teams to work on applications that we’ve yet to define to a degree that we can share publicly. However, in addition to this we have also retained a development studio to tackle a problem we’ve been sitting on for a while: Name Bazaar. With the advent of the permanent ENS registrar in 2019, Name Bazaar lost a great deal of functionality to its incompatibility with new contracts. We did some development in the wake of this update to recover names that would have otherwise been stuck in our contracts for our users, but have yet to have a good opportunity to restore original functionality. This is now underway.
Lastly, we’re still looking to hire more developers and continue our push along our written roadmap. See below for details.
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