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The District Weekly — November 14th
News and updates from the district0x Network
This past week the district0x team published our bi-weekly dev update. A notable update includes widening our range of desired programming languages to build districts. Thus far we have been Clojurescript specific, but moving forward districts can be built in a number of languages as long as they fulfill their purpose of being a decentralized marketplace. The developers that we hire moving forward will be given greater autonomy than previously, managing their own projects from start to finish. If you think you’ve got what it takes, don’t hesitate to reach out.
In other community news, we’ve started a new channel on discord called district-idea-discussion. Traditionally we’ve fielded all district proposals on our GitHub page, and most recently the District Registry. However, in order to get those creative juices flowing, we’re accepting any off-the-cuff ideas you have. We will be happy to turn your idea into a proposal ourselves and even enter it into the registry. As a reward incentive, anyone who brings even a half baked idea to the new discord channel will receive some DNT tokens.
Stay tuned for a new Meme Factory competition slated to launch this week or when our fearless community manager Brady returns to the field.
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