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district0x Dev Update - July 23rd, 2019
Development progress and product changes from district0x
For the district0x project, the past sprint led to a deployed Meme Factory update which contained many of the tested and verified fixes and improvements mentioned in our July 9th update. From there, we planned the development tasks that would be included in the current sprint cycle, which are currently in the middle of the development cycle. These issues are expected to remain in development through the following dev update, at which point they will be on their way to full testing and deployment.
Some time was dedicated to going through the community reported issues, bugs, and features in github. This resulted in a fruitful brainstorming session that left us with a few areas to focus on in Meme Factory’s future. Of the larger features researched, the biggest one for end users will be the pending updates to the Memefolio/profile pages in Meme Factory, which we intend to make much more friendly to creators looking to verify and share across platforms. Additionally, after some discussions with the community regarding filetypes and file sizes for Meme uploads, we decided to tackle a few compatibility issues that will allow users more flexible options when uploading.
Using our new development planning cycle, we will now provide a change log for any live applications. These will only be provided in the dev update following a deployment week.
- A twitter bot was added to track all registry and marketplace activity.
- All images now pre-render as expected. This means when sharing to twitter, slack, facebook, etc. the meme detail link alone will show a preview of the meme image itself.
- End prices for memes were displayed inaccurately due to a rounding error. This has been fixed.
- The curators and collectors scoreboards ...
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