The Fourth OSBE call happened live at EDCON. We had some serious sound issues but some of it worked great! See the updates below
Quick update on Shokku (I’ll include VulcanizeDB code into the project? I’m not sure yet) - Aldo https://youtu.be/lIrxWIgSprQ?t=7m48s
Update from POA Network -Igor (BAD SOUND )
Update From MEW - Kosala https://youtu.be/lIrxWIgSprQ?t=15m32s
At the end there was a fun conversation with people from Infura, Quickblocks, Ubiq, POA Network and the Ethereum foundation… That part of the video worked out well and was fun: https://youtu.be/lIrxWIgSprQ?t=41m7s
Quick update on Web3Scan:
Last week Emiel from Web3Scan joined our little community and he had this to say:
After watching the first 3 episodes of our initiative he believes Web3scan complements the group by focussing on de DB layer, specifically by building large dbs by harvesting and indexing all data of the various networks. This should result in (SQL) queryable dbs aimed to assist developers, academia, researchers and operators of consortium networks. In the short term they do not plan to develop a user interface (public web interface or API), or a method to decentralize building the DB. In our opinion this distracts from the #NOW component. In the short term they aim to solve an immediate service management problem to distribute harvested and indexed >TB level databases to our audience. They are aware that this requires some trust in our services, but data can of course be verified by making sample tests with other sources. The idea with access to these large DB is of course that you can find answers to questions that the clients (Parity/Geth) or the block explorers (etherscan/etherchain) do not provide easily.
And specifically as far as work they did last week, they sync’d about 10 different networks with Parity nodes in archive/trace/fatdb mode. Amongst others Poanetwork, Kovan, Ropsten, Mix, Musicoin, Expanse, Ella, Toma, Ether Classic. His next move is to make preparations to harvest and index these networks in their relational DB model.