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Development progress and product changes from district0x
Engineering work for the district0x project continues to remain spread across several different projects. Meme Factory continues on its home stretch of bugbashing, Ethlance pushes forward after some key technical reviews, the District Registry moves towards styling and polishing, and Name Bazaar receives some critical bugfixes after an important infrastructure migration.
Most development on Meme Factory has been focused on internal reviews, bug hunting, and finishing the application ahead of our internal beta. We’ve squashed countless small issues and have several more to address before moving on. Though these issues are quite minor in the grand scheme of a year-long development saga, we truly believe that anything less than a flawless application would be a waste to release with so much time already spent. We expect these small bugs to to be completed in the coming week, and then move on to internal beta testing.
In our previous update we mentioned how the District Registry had to undergo a massive contract minimization effort in order to be deployable. This created a new list of challenges and bugs, as well as permission kinks to think and work through. As of today, all bugs resulting from this contract size minimization have been dealt with. With the UI and server side circuitry already in place, we’re fixing some intermittent UI failures, and then expect to move swiftly on towards styling with the help of our external design partners.
While this work proceeds, development efforts have been focused on researching Aragon’s latest DAO kits offering so that we are ready for automatic spin-up of Aragon entities the moment that the District Registry goes live.
Name Bazaar had several bugs bubble up to the surface as a result of some infrastructure swaps we mentioned ...
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