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In today’s post, the final in our three part series, we’ll be discussing developer program updates.
This October, SDF launched a developer mailing list with the goal of improving transparency in technical discussion and increasing collaboration between Stellar ecosystem developers and the SDF core team. It’s been an important step towards gathering feedback and contributions from community members and third-party developers.
We encourage anyone interested in the technical development of the Stellar protocol to join and participate in the mailing list. There’s currently a number of developers already participating in this discussion. We’re still early on in our understanding of how to best manage this program, so welcome comments and feedback from the community. We will also continue to explore other platforms, such as Discourse, in the coming year.
Ultimately, we are committed to supporting high quality technical discourse in the Stellar ecosystem and look forward to growing these efforts.
With the huge growth of the Stellar network, we’ve seen many new Stellar wallets launched and added to the ecosystem. Even more exciting, we increasingly see these wallet projects adopting ecosystem practices (SEPs) and allowing users to store, transfer and spend the numerous assets that exist on the Stellar network. While we’re excited to see this push forward in innovation, we also realize the importance of protecting users from software vulnerabilities, which we believe can best be achieved by setting and communicating technical standards. Therefore, we spent some time researching and ultimately defining a list of guidelines and standards that, going forward, all wallet projects must adhere to for listing on Stellar.org.
You can find our published guidelines, as well as an application form for listing, here on our website. By releasing SDF’s wallet listing guidelines we hope to communicate ...
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