With the spring coming to an end and summer on the near horizon, district0x has been in its own transition as we break away from complete focus on Meme Factory and move back into a parallel development model, with Ethlance and the District Registry progressing alongside Meme Factory enhancements. In addition, we encountered some now resolved server configuration issues, planned the final necessary steps for resolving stuck ENS names on Name Bazaar, and we roadmapped a more user-friendly architecture for future applications relying on a separate chain.Meme Factory
Our latest marketplace has seen quite a bit of progress in the past two weeks, with many smaller issues getting closed out, and several larger features in the works. The most visible of these is the in-progress Twitter bot that will broadcast various new submissions, votes, and marketplace offerings, and will be the first of several enhancements to Meme Factory that tie in more social elements to our platform.
Further on, we’ve been pushing forward with the aforementioned update to our database model, where we persist meme data onto our server as a cache for users to load from their browsers when necessary. This is a significant update, but will allow us to update Meme Factory frequently without having to worry about our server syncing blockchain content and leaving the users with an empty site. We expect this to be silently working before the next update.District Registry
The District Registry has reached an impasse causing a bit of an unexpected rework. In order to proceed with the Aragon integration smoothly, it was necessary for us to migrate our deployment from our native Clojurescript to Truffle. This only touches a small portion of what’s already been built, and with that rework nearly complete we should be able to transition directly into spinning up a version of the DA...