EDG Developer Update: Sep 25 - Oct 1, 2022

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EDG Developer Update: Sep 25 - Oct 1, 2022

Status updates

  • The Big Upgrade is Here! Many thanks to Remz, Filip, Shankar, Drew, and Ramsey. This upgrade was a team effort. However, we should all be thankful for Remz, most notably because, without him, this upgrade most likely would not have happened. He did most of the heavy lifting and pushed it passed the finish line.
v4.0.0 RC1 by ShankarWarang · Pull Request #30 · edgeware-network/edgeware-node
No more confusing terms like ‘ERUP5’, just v4.0.0 to follow the substrate version! This PR consists of s few commits from previously proposed (but not merged on mainnet) ERUP4 and ERUP5 upgrades b...
  • To see a better breakdown of what happened during this upgrade, see Remz's Gist, which outlines the Edgeware migration in detail.
edgeware migration strategy
edgeware migration strategy. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets.

Ecosystem Headlines

Ecosystem & Community

  • Watch the latest Polkadot Community Call.
  • Rob Habermeier has published a Polkadot roadmap roundup, with details and expected timelines for asynchronous backing, parathreads, XCMv3, and more.
  • Gavin Wood published the first draft of the Polkadot Fellowship Manifesto, explaining a new rules-based, ranked-membership organization for decentralizing technical decision making on Polkadot.