Monero Talk with Riccardo "fluffypony" Spagni and Naveen Jain
Riccardo Spagni, and Naveen Jain joined the Monero Talk podcast to discuss all things Tari. This interview provides insight into how things have gone from conception to testnet, the journey to create something people will (hopefully) find useful, how Monero (hopefully) benefits from Tari, and the importance of preserving liberty & privacy in the digital age.
If you’ve got questions about Tari, this video is 💯% worth watching.
Side note: play along by taking a shot every time fluffypony sips his whiskey.
Tari Ubuntu base node setup video
Two weeks ago, a contributor made a video walk-through to help guide community members through setting up and running a Tari base node on Windows and Mac. This week makes it a trio with a Ubuntu Tari base node walk-through.
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Base node v0.2.5 released
The developer community pushed up v0.2.5 of the Tari base node for all operating systems. This release focuses on node stability and network performance.
Added a get-state-info command to display current base node state
Message tracking for testnet troubleshooting
Added OSX section to README.md
Added the version command to base node CLI
Added get_cancelled_transaction_by_id to FFI & update cancel callback
Added GetCalcTiming function to gRPC service
Refactored the validators to ensure that each validation step only competes once
Added local pub key to the source and dest fields for canceled txs in FFI
Switched the BlockEvent stream to Tokio broadcast. Reducing the memory footprint for block event broadcast channel by using a tokio broadcast channel.
Chain metadata service not updating metadata on reorgs
Updated sending of Tx Reply & Finalize messages to send SAF if Direct fails.
Limited unnecessary storage of messages with duplicate content
Fixed block_forward sync to add blocks via local interface to ensure that events trigger correctly.
Fixed a typo in mobile build script
Replaced deprecated bigint with uint
Community Contribution: How to run a Tari base node for Windows 10
Blue, a community member in the telegram group, put together a guide on how to run a Tari Node on Windows 10. The guide covers downloading & installing, verifying the hash of the exe, configuring your node, and running Tari 😎
It’s incredible to see community members contributing to help build the Tari ecosystem. Thank you blue for the awesome guide!
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