Welcome to IPFS Weekly 115

by Jenn Turner on 2020-11-25

Here’s what’s happening in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy! 🚀

IPLD: The data layer of a decentralized web

What’s going on in the world of IPLD? There have been loads of improvements in the past months, and luckily project lead Mikeal Rogers has shared an update from the land of InterPlanetary Linked Data and structures.

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CFP: help us shape IPFS in 2021

Want to help shape the 2021 IPFS project plan? We’re looking for your input on what’s important for IPFS to focus on next year! The proposal period runs through Monday, December 7. Read the full announcement for more details on how you can give your input.

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Quote of the week

How to store signed and encrypted data on IPFS

Recently, Ceramic Engineering has gifted us with a brilliant guide to storing signed and encrypted data directly in IPFS using two new standards: DAG-jose and EIP-2844. Learn all about how to create a signed data structure with ease.

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Brand new on IPFS

People are building the coolest things with IPFS

Smart NFTs are creating a revolution in content distribution.

PAPER: Creating a Traceable Product Story in Manufacturing Supply Chains using IPFS

DEMO: This is what my future IPFS-hosted website made with GatsbyJS and ReactJS will look like.

Go down the rabbit hole with Brad Kam, Co-founder of Unstoppable Domains on Episode 24 of Follow The White Rabbit.

Putting video on Filecoin: exploring the Voodfy project built with Powergate.

Providing and plotting data with free services is easy, made possible by IPFS.

Check out the creative ways folks are using IPFS in the Superfluid community.

PAPER: Emerging applications of Deep Learning and Spiking Artificial Neural Networks

Mintable will soon be launching v2.0 with features that will push the NFT ecosystem forward.

Video of the week

Learn about the IPFS Pinning Services in this recent talk from Filecoin Liftoff week by Marcin “Lidel” Rataj.

Job hunting? Work on IPFS!

Technical Writer: who can primarily create high-quality technical content, but has some other adjacent skills as well in the form of graphic design and/or video editing. Contract, Remote.

Front-end Developer: Are you an experienced front end dev that understands IPFS and linked data and wants to make an impact on the future of Web3? Ceramic is looking for a contractor to work on Ceramic Explorer.

Take care of yourselves and each other. ❤️

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