IPFS Weekly 98

by Jenn Turner on 2020-07-29

Welcome to IPFS Weekly #98

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

Join us Monday for our next monthly meetup

Our next IPFS Virtual Community Meetup is scheduled for Monday, August 3rd and we want you to be there! Join us for some presentations on the latest in IPFS, as well as get a chance to present your work during our lightning sessions!

Register to attend

New in the GitHub marketplace: IPFS + GitHub actions

Created by Oli Evans (@olizilla), you can now pin your site to IPFS from a GitHub Action! The action pins a directory to IPFS by using the ipfs-cluster-ctl command to pin it to a remote IPFS Cluster.

Go start pinning

Quote of the week

Watch the Textile AMA with Andrew W. Hill and Carson Farmer

Last week, our friends at Textile participated in an AMA as part of the ongoing HackFS activities. Check out their thoughts on the dWeb, learn their origin story, and hear what it means to build a web3 company in a pandemic!

Watch the video

Brand new on IPFS

People build the coolest stuff with IPFS

A decentralized, hardcore, uncensored Twitter analogue that stores your content in IPFS, built on top of the Cyber protocol.

The real interchain technology consists of 2 steps: Locking and Mapping

Brooklyn’s qri aims to build a library of data for all the world to use

Unstoppable Domains announces domain registrars will utilize Gemini’s custody services when purchasing .crypto addresses for their clients through its service.

One of the many cool things coming out of HackFS: NEAR Accounts and Access Keys as Identities for Textile Integration

Learn how to build your own Flappy Birds game on IPFS!

Check out the new format for Textile’s Powergate updates that shows off some of the great work happening in the community around Powergate.

Job hunting? Work on IPFS!

Signed and Encrypted IPLD, Go: Implement a new Go-based IPLD codec that supports signed and encrypted Blocks, and get paid for it! Externally funded, 3Box and Textile, Remote

Senior Developer Advocate, IPFS: Provide tactical support for the IPFS community, creating a global community strategy, and executing this strategy on the ground! Protocol Labs, Remote

Backend Engineer: Work with the Fleek Product and Engineering team to build the leading decentralized development platform. Fleek, Remote

Project Lead, libp2p: This is a unique opportunity to take ownership of a massively successful open source project and carry it through its next phase of growth. Protocol Labs, Remote

Senior Software Engineer Rust/Go: You would be working with our distributed team of engineers on new products, core protocols or client projects. Most of the work we do is or will eventually be open source. Equilibrium, Remote

View our job postings

Take care of yourselves and each other. ❤️

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