LONDON (Bywire News) - The latest meeting update on the Mandel development saw updates from the ENF on Mandel Platform support, the release of D.U.N.E and where the 2.014 release notes can be found. Mandel will mark a major turning point for EOS and will be the first time the community will have full control of the codebase. It will also bring in some much-needed upgrades to a codebase which had been left to stagnate under B1.
Every week the team have been broadcasting meetings about the various developments. Here are some of the highlights from week 16.
- The arrival of DUNE: The team is testing the new development environment D.U.N.E after they had previously expressed concerns about the removal of native Mac support in the survey sent out to gauge the community’s sentiment. EOS Support is now reaching out to all the other survey respondents to get their feedback on D.U.N.E.
- A new patch and release notes: A new patch has been released to enhance subjective billing. And the release notes draft is in progress and can be reviewed for feedback on Github.
- A looming deadline: The backlog splitting feature development is still in progress and the June deadline looks like being tight. However, unless there are further delays that is still the target. The group took time to give a shout out to OCI for their great development work ironing out bugs and working with node operators to make improvements.
- Jungle4 developments: EOS Nation has deployed the latest builds on Jungle4. So far, there have been no problems to report. The team will also be publishing an article which summarises the high-level Mandel upgrade plan and consolidates developer resources.
(Writing by Tom Cropper, editing by Klaudia Fior)