September & October 2019 Update

Published on November 6, 2019 by glyph

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Greetings from the PeachCloud team! This update is a 2-for-1, covering progress made in September and October. Sometimes you have to drop one ball to keep the others aloft.

We're thrilled to share that PeachCloud gained two new supporters since the last update. Thanks to Daan and Krispin for their contributions! glyph completed 32 hours of work in September ($800) and 35 in October ($875), with an additional 10 hours spent on documentation. As of today, our balance now stands at $1,903.39.

Work over these past two months has been focused on the web interface and documentation, as well as communication with aligned individuals and projects:

  1. glyph participated in two Community Infrastructure Learning Group calls: an SSB-based effort to learn and share resources about deploying and maintaining p2p infrastructure, as well as the Dat Community Call (Oct 10)
  2. We are taking a pattern library approach to building out the PeachCloud web interface. Initial work can be viewed in the peach-patterns repo
  3. The developer documentation is starting to take shape and can be found in the peach-devdocs repo

November will see continued efforts towards the web interface and documentation.

Thank you for reading our update and for your continued support. Until next time, much love from the PeachCloud team!