Welcome to IPFS News 199!

Welcome to IPFS News 199!

# IPFS URL support in CURL 🔭

We're excited to share that thanks to the hard work of Mark Gaiser, CURL 8.4.0 shipped with built-in support for ipfs:// and ipns:// addresses. This is an important advancement, and we've got a blog you can read to learn more:

Read the blog post

# Brand New on IPFS ✨

Introducing Nabu: Unleashing IPFS on the JVM (opens new window)

IPFS Connect Istanbul (opens new window)

  • IPFS Connect is a community-run regional conference bringing together all of the builders and ecosystems that rely on and use IPFS as the most widely used decentralized content addressing protocol for files and data. This year's event is happening alongside Devconnect and LabWeek23 in Istanbul, Turkey on November 16. Register today! (opens new window)

Connect with the PL IPFS Implementers in Istanbul and Prague (opens new window)

  • We want to connect with you and hear your thoughts as we shape the future of IPFS for 2024. Your input is invaluable in guiding our efforts, so we're inviting you to meet with us in Istanbul and Prague at two exciting events: DevConnect / IPFS Connect in Istanbul 🇹🇷 and DCxPrague in Prague 🇨🇿. If you're interested in sharing your thoughts and connecting with us during these events, please fill out this form. (opens new window)

New Release: Kubo v0.24.0 (opens new window)

  • Support for content blocking
  • Gateway: the root of the CARs are no longer meaningful
  • IPNS: improved publishing defaults
  • IPNS: record TTL is used for caching
  • Experimental Transport: WebRTC Direct

New Release: Kubo v0.23.0 (opens new window)

New Release: Boxo v0.15.0 (opens new window)

New Release: Iroh v0.10.0 (opens new window)

Popular on the Forums (opens new window)

IPFS & Filecoin Ecosystem Roundup (opens new window)

  • The October Filecoin & IPFS Ecosystem Roundup is online! Check out the video for the latest updates, developments, and insights straight from the community. Watch it here! (opens new window)

Helia Report 2023-10 (opens new window)

ProbeLab Network Weekly Reports (opens new window)

# Around the Ecosystem 🌎

Call for submissions: awesome-ipfs (opens new window)

IPFS Naming from Scaleaway (opens new window)

The Principles and Practices of IPFS (opens new window)

Peergos v0.14.0 featuring Nabu (opens new window)

  • The Peergos team just published a new Peergos release, v0.14.0, in which they switch to their new Java implementation of IPFS, Nabu. This reduces idle bandwidth usage by about 10x, as well as CPU and RAM usage, and generally makes p2p stuff faster. Check out the release notes here! (opens new window)

Job Alert: Filebase is hiring a Senior Digital Marketing Strategist (opens new window)

  • "Are you a creative and strategic thinker with a passion for driving digital marketing excellence? Do you thrive in dynamic, cutting-edge environments and have a deep understanding of the tech industry? Join us at Filebase, a leading player in the decentralized storage revolution, as a Senior Digital Marketing Strategist." Learn more here! (opens new window)

Reality Studies Podcast (opens new window)

  • A recent episode of the Reality Studies podcast, by Protocol Labs Arts & Culture Advisor Jesse Damiani, features Asad J. Malik, CEO of Jadu AR. In 2021 and 2022, Jadu released successful NFT collections which were stored using IPFS. Now, owners of those NFTs can integrate them into the company's recently launched mobile AR game. Watch the interview here! (opens new window)

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