News & Development

Keep up with the latest development

Tasks in The Spotlight

Our developers at the foundation are always hard at work. Here you can follow some of the most recent stories (tasks) in some of the projects that we have chosen to make publicly viewable. You can view our management workspace to see more development work and other public projects.

Main Website

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2021-06-15 07:32:34

Should fix the ugly YouTube watermark. Done

2021-06-15 05:45:51

Add a ticker to externaly injected resources such as YouTube videos. New

2021-06-10 21:05:43

Should support twitter cards. Done

2021-06-07 01:56:53

Should define an opengraph template. Done

2021-06-07 00:35:34

Should add some SEO. New

2021-06-06 17:44:31

Should show co-founders on the first row and other four below. New

Janus Lite Wallet

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2022-02-09 12:48:57

Create a base docker container In progress

2022-02-09 12:46:32

As a user, should be able to setup a gridnode New

2022-02-09 12:44:40

Set up docker registry New

2022-02-01 16:49:42

Bug in amount to send field New

2022-02-01 16:46:58

Status indicator Ready for test

2022-02-01 16:43:40

Unlock should be moved into its own controller Ready for test

Additional work

Some of our code and git repositories are published to GiHub and are publicly accessible. At our GitHub project page you can find all the code that we have published as open source up to this point. The Unigrid Foundation encourages community members to help in the development of Unigrid. You may contribute ideas, pull requests or anything else that you think might be useful.

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Developer Raconteur Booth

At The Unigrid Foundation, we encourage communication and openness. Therefore, our new office space will have a “raconteur” booth where developers can keep the community updated on their daily events.

Maybe they feel the need to complain about Adam (our lead developer)? Maybe they want to share something with the community that they are excited about working on. Whatever the reason - this is where they can do that (and it is something we encourage). These “raconteur” videos will be uploaded to our YouTube channel for the viewing pleasure of the community.