This is the IPFS Starlog, a series of communications about the IPFS Project. These posts are written by the IPFS team, and members of the broader community. The subject matter is broad: project news, protocol explanations, stories, usage examples, application spotlights, and more.
A major focus of IPFS for 2020 has been improving Content Routing as the network has continued to scale. While we’ve made significant improvements to the speed of requests on the DHT, another crucial focus for us has been on the security of the network.
🔦 Highlights Type Defs! No more SECIO! Halve your install time! js-IPFS@0.51.0 has taken off from the launchpad and is on route to your node_modules folder with TypeScript support, Custom DAG Formats and a new, lighter way to consume the module
Welcome to IPFS Weekly #111 Here’s what’s happening in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy! 🚀 The evolution of IPFS + Filecoin In preparation for Filecoin’s Liftoff week, some of our ecosystem’s leaders shared their reflections on the motivations and growth of the Web3 ecosystem that we’ve been building with IPFS and Filecoin.
Here’s what’s happening in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy! 🚀 Filecoin Mainnet takes off 🚀🚀🚀 Around 3pm UTC, on October 15, the Filecoin Mainnet went live!
Here’s what’s happening in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy! 🚀 LikeCoin closes out the IPFS Case Study series The first series of IPFS Case Studies is now complete, ending with a look into how LikeCoin decentralizes the standard of truth for online media content with IPFS.
Welcome to the IPFS Weekly! A quick look back at what we accomplished together in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy and beyond!
Here’s what’s happening in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy! 🚀 go-ipfs 0.7 is here 🚀🚀🚀 The latest iteration of the Go implementation of IPFS brings a truckload of features and fixes: SECIO disabled by default 👋, rotating keys 🔑, IPNS paths now encode the key name as a base36 CIDv1 by default 🎹, key export/import 📦, and more.
In August we announced the deprecation of the SECIO security transport. In this release we have disabled SECIO by default, which will have an impact on older nodes on the network.
Here’s what’s happening in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy! 🚀 An IPFS September to Remember Meetup If you missed the latest IPFS Meetup, not to worry.