Hello Data Economy Challenge participants,
Thank you so much for your diligent work and compelling contributions to the challenge! We're deep in the judging process now and thrilled with the creativity and quality of submissions so far, with winners emerging as we close in on Announcement Day (29 January)!
In the meantime, would you be willing to take a few minutes to fill out the Data Economy Challenge Participant Survey?
We hope to take your perspective into account as we learn from this pilot challenge to create the best possible hackathons, bounties and onboarding experiences for our developer ecosystem.
Please follow this link to the survey:
Beth and the Ocean Team
If you have any questions about the hackathon or survey, please reach out in one of the following ways:
@pallares6 when running under http://localhost:3000 to which network are you connected in MetaMask? You should choose
Localhost:8545, and NOT Nile because the networks are all remote networks.
As for the red Contracts lamp, you can ignore that for now if the only warning message in browser console you see is
Error on contract ComputeExecutionCondition. This is a known issue right now with Brizo loading
v0.13.1 of keeper-contracts but squid-js already loads
v0.13.2. This should not affect any existing live functionality, meaning publish & consume should still work
@kremalicious @ssallam I noticed that keeper contract releases are no longer on maven.
" Java Maven package - The Maven keeper-contracts package provides the same ABI's to be used from Java.
The packages contains all the content from the doc/ and artifacts/ folders."
Where can I get the latest release of keeper contracts?
If the jave version of keeper contracts is no longer available, and effectively, yuou are no longer supporting Java, please let me know. I will find an alternative solution for my application.
I would appreciate a response to this post. I do not want to keep bothering you, and wasting your and my time.
Hello Ocean dev community! Ocean Protocol, together with its Ambassador community, have recently launched two new platforms for Ocean-based discussions:
1) Ocean Discord: https://discord.com/invite/TnXjkR5
This is the official Ocean Protocol Discord server, and is meant for brainstorming, fast-paced Ocean discussions and quick tech questions for the Ocean Core team.
2) Ocean Port: https://port.oceanprotocol.com
This is the official Ocean Protocol forum, built as a home for in-depth discussions about various topics related to Ocean's tech stack, products built on top of Ocean, potential collaborations, business ideas, and proposals about Ocean's future.
You're more than welcome to join either or both!