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Welcome to the summary of the bi-monthly Reddit AMA. During the July AMA, we had some tough questions, which for us at Golem is always good - as they push us to do better and challenge us to go farther. The primary focus of the questions revolved around The Next Milestone (TNM). In particular, stages needed to progress to MVP, attracting developers and users to TNM, and general community related questions.
This summary will focus mostly on the technical news concerning the TNM roadmap and delivery goals, long term network self-sufficiency, addressing what we’re doing to improve, and quickly address the ERC20 migration challenge.
We’ve included a TL;DR at the end of this post.
What we’re doing to improve Golem
Naturally, by now anyone who’s checked in on Golem in the last few months would be aware of the Rust revolution of Golem going into New Golem. This is a technical revolution of course, and it’s also a change to how we approach the community.
We want to highlight that we’re always looking to learn more from our community and take every opportunity for ideas on improvements. Recently we’ve put together the Community Incentives Program which includes a broad range of flexible categories with rewards for each. In combination with the Golem Monsters (SuperRare x Golem) competition. This is part of our larger plan to transition into the needs of New Golem.
In addition we’re working to improve the community’s access to Information in the forms of the GitHub Digest (#1, #2 and #3), better communication channels and support and a revamp in documentation. We’re also passionate about making it easier for the technically and the non-technical part of our community to be able to see how much work is being done without being required to have ...
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