EOS roadmap released

in #eos7 years ago (edited)

While glancing through the EOS repository I've stumbled upon something which you might find highly interesting: EOS roadmap by Dan Larimer. It's quite recent - created 3 days ago.



There will be a test network up and running before the end of this year. Then there will be a testing phase and security audits. As it was previously announced, WASM will be the initial language to be supported, and building on that there will be support for additional languages to be compiled to WASM: C++, Rust, and other. The final launch is planned for summer next year. After that the focus will move towards optimizing the code for parallel execution.

Here are the five main stages, as outlined in the document:

Phase 1 - Minimal Viable Testing Environment - Summer 2017

  • Standalone Node
  • Native Contracts
  • RPC Interface
  • Command line Tools
  • Basic Developer Documentation

Phase 2 - Minimal Viable Test Network - Fall 2017

  • P2P Network Code
  • WASM Sanitation & CPU Sandboxing
  • Resource Usage Tracking & Rate Limiting
  • Genesis Import Testing
  • Interblockchain Communication

Phase 3 - Testing & Security Audits - Winter 2017, Spring 2018

  • Develop Example Applications
  • Bounties for Successfully Attacking Network
  • Language Support
  • Documentation & Tutorials

Phase 4 - Parallel Optimization - Summer / Fall 2018

Phase 5 - Cluster Implementation - The Future

The entire document can be accessed here:

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Great find, thank you!

I don't understand where is the official wallet?

Hello @amiramnoam, there is no official gui for the wallet out yet. But you could use this one: https://github.com/greymass/eos-voter

You can vote and transfer your unstaked tokens if you want to.

thanks , why everything is on stake?(except of 10 )

Yes, but you can un-stake with that wallet. Then 3 days after, you should be able to transfer it.

nice post

Thanks for the information regarding EOS innuendo.

I don't understand but one day I will

And hopefully one day you'll be using EOS, ideally without even knowing about it. As this is the whole point of EOS: to enable creating blockchain-based applications and web pages which are indistinguishable for the end-user from those currently used. However, under the hood they'll be very different and much more powerful.

Damn, that's going to take a long time.

So are they going to publish those preliminary tools on each phase for public testing?

Exactly what I'm looking for.
The timeline looks pretty aggressive to me though.