In the week of May 21, 2018, we hosted one more Hack Week in the sunny city of Lisbon.
The week was great for core developers, contributors and researchers to spend quality time together and work in a fast paced synchronous format towards solving concrete problems. It was incredible to see ideas and solutions flourishing for open problems we've been thinking for a while. The hacker spirit was strong throughout the entire week, culminating in a "Show Me What You Got" presentation to report back on decisions and demos.
The majority of discussions and collaborations were around IPFS, libp2p and applications built on top of them, but we also hosted a CRDT Research meetup (opens new window) on the second day - check out the video playlist here (opens new window).
Didn't have a chance to attend? No worries, we got your back. Many of the report-back presentations were recorded so that you can learn about what got developed, designed and decided. We have compiled them into a YouTube playlist (opens new window) for your viewing pleasure. You can see them all here:
- Aegir Browser - Hugo Dias (opens new window)
- Building a dApp - André Cruz, André Sousa (opens new window)
- Demo of Rust-libp2p - Pierre Krieger (opens new window)
- Files Exchange Example - Diogo Silva (opens new window)
- Flow Types for IPFS - Volker Mische (opens new window)
- libp2p Project Early Observations - Mike Goelzer (opens new window)
- Preview: IPLD Explorer v1 - Oli Evans (opens new window)
- P2P Testing - Mathias Buus (opens new window)
- Peer-Pad: Authentification with Ethereum - Pedro Teixeira, Joao Santos (opens new window)
- Prop Tests - Yoshua Wuyts (opens new window)
- RGA @ -CRDT - Pedro Teixeira (opens new window)
- Service Worker Gateway (IPFS Node Inside a Service Worker) - Vasco Santos (opens new window)
We hope you enjoy and see you in future Hack Weeks!