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.
You asked, we delivered! We’ve heard requests from avid docs readers and IPFS newcomers alike for more high-level info about real-world problem-solving using IPFS — including how those who are already extensively building on IPFS made the choices that got them to where they are today.
We are back with a direct follow up on the Gossipsub v1.1 release from May with the much awaited Evaluation Report and three other presents we have for you.
Welcome to IPFS Weekly #95 Here’s what’s happening in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy! 🚀 go-ipfs 0.6.0 adds QUIC transport and more!
🔦 Go-IPFS 0.6.0 Highlights MIGRATION: This release contains a small config migration to enable listening on the QUIC transport in addition to the TCP transport.
As IPFS adoption continues to grow, the next thousands of designers and developers using it will increasingly be doing so for mobile apps and services.
Welcome to IPFS Weekly #94 Here’s what’s happening in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy! 🚀 Watch videos from our June meetup now The IPFS community gathered for a virtual meetup last week to celebrate progress made since the go-ipfs 0.
The IPFS community gathered for a virtual meetup last week to celebrate the progress made since the major go-ipfs 0.
Welcome to IPFS Weekly #93 Here’s what’s happening in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy! 🚀 Microsoft announces decentralized identity protocol built on IPFS Microsoft’s ION, an implementation of the decentralized identity protocol, now stores transaction data on IPFS.
Identity is a key part of how we all interact with each other on the internet every day—sometimes every moment of every day.