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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.

Starlog entries: 198

IPFS Weekly 89
2020-05-12

Welcome to the IPFS Weekly Here’s what’s happening lately in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy and beyond! 🚀 Testground is here!

Launching Testground v0.5
2020-05-06

Testing peer-to-peer (p2p) systems is hard. Doing so reliably and reproducibly is even harder. Today, we’re releasing Testground v0.5 to the world.

IPFS Weekly 88
2020-05-05

Welcome to the IPFS Weekly Here’s what’s happening lately in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy and beyond! 🚀 News about the 0.

Improving the IPFS Developer experience
2020-05-05

Since its founding in 2014, the IPFS project has been stewarded by the core IPFS working groups, including developers, designers, researchers and project managers that work very hard towards its success.

IPFS 0.5.0 is here! Our largest upgrade to IPFS yet
2020-04-28

go-ipfs 0.5.0 is a major step forward on our journey toward a more efficient, secure, and resilient web to preserve and grow humanity’s knowledge.

IPFS Weekly 87
2020-04-28

Welcome to the IPFS Weekly Here’s what’s happening lately in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy and beyond! 🚀 go-ipfs 0.

IPFS Mobile Design Research Findings
2020-04-24

For IPFS to succeed, it needs to be where people will use it, and for the vast majority around the world that is on their smartphones.

IPFS Weekly 86
2020-04-21

Welcome to the IPFS Weekly Here’s what’s happening lately in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy and beyond! 🚀 The IPFS Mobile Design Research project The IPFS Mobile Design Research project started earlier this year, and recently Jim Kosem presented the goals, methodology and findings of his in-progress research into IPFS and p2p on mobile.

IPFS Grants Platform
2020-04-20

If you’ve spent time in the Web3 ecosystem, you’ve probably come across work that was supported by an IPFS ecosystem development grant.