IPFS News Issue 202

IPFS News Issue 202

# Pre-register for IPFS Camp 2024 🔭

Drumroll please... 🥁 IPFS Camp 2024 is coming soon! This event is for those who want to bend the arc of the Internet to be more open, efficient, and secure.

🗓️ July 11-13, 2024
📍 Brussels, Belgium

This will be the most exciting IPFS event yet! Connecting builders and users, organized by thematic tracks, and inspired by the in-depth conversations and unbounded energy of previous IPFS gatherings, it will be an event to remember. IPFS Camp 2024 tracks include: Decentralized Apps and Publishing, Public Records and Human Rights, CIDs in the Age of Generative AI, Syncing Bytes at Scale, Libp2p Day... & more!

Pre-register to save the date

# Brand New on IPFS ✨

Interplanetary Shipyard needs your help raising $3 million  (opens new window)

  • The core maintainers of several key IPFS implementations now operate as a separate team in the Protocol Labs network known has Shipyard – and they need your help! They're raising $3M in community contributions to sustain their work as technical stewards in 2024. Learn more and contribute here! (opens new window)

Strategy for transitioning IPFS chat away from the Filecoin Slack (opens new window)

New Public Utilities docs page (opens new window)

New Release: Kubo v0.27.0 (opens new window)

  • Gateway: support for /api/v0 is deprecated
  • IPNS resolver cache's TTL can now be configured
  • RPC client: deprecated DHT API, added Routing API
  • Deprecated DHT commands removed from /api/v0/dht
  • Repository migrations are now trustless

New Release: Boxo v0.18.0 (opens new window)

Popular on the Forums (opens new window)

ProbeLab Network Weekly Reports (opens new window)

# Around the Ecosystem 🌎

Lighthouse announces Desktop app (opens new window)

4 new demos and tutorials from Agregore (opens new window)

DScan: Own Your Identity, Own your Data (opens new window)

  • Check out this Chrome extension that uploads content to IPFS and generates decentralized QR codes for easy file sharing. Dscan uses DIDs and UCAN for robust, decentralized user permissions. Download the extension here! (opens new window)

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