Distributed Digest: Friday, March 15, 2019
Dani Putney's original article for www.ethnews.com reduced by 47%
Embark 4.0 will feature a new user interface dashboard aptly called Cockpit, an improved debugging tool, and a "Frontend-agnostic" build pipeline. In addition to functioning as a developer's dashboard, the Cockpit will include a web-based code editor and its own blockchain explorer. ETH Core Devs: Istanbul and ProgPoW.
Today's Ethereum core developers' meeting included discussion regarding a variety of ecosystem projects, but two topics of note were Istanbul and ProgPoW. The core devs discussed a proposal, EIP 1679, to allow folks to signal the EIPs they want to include in the upcoming Istanbul hard fork. To signal an EIP, an individual can open a pull request against the hard fork meta EIP.
As for ProgPoW, its audit will include two components: benchmarking and efficiency compared to ASICs. Researcher Daniel Shavit yesterday introduced the DAO Incubator, a group tasked with spawning decentralized autonomous organizations and connecting stakeholders. Part of the incubator's work will include establishing hubs around the world "Where decentralised minds can gather" to collaborate.
Further, the DAO Incubator will be structured such that it uses distributed governance mechanisms whenever possible.
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