Zach Shipko is working on improving the UI/UX for Irmin.
He is looking for feedback
to make Irmin more accessible to potential users and clean up the rough edges for existing users.
Thomas Gazagnaire gave an invited lecture at
the computer science department of ENS,
in Paris. This was part of the system and network L3 course.
Check the slides (in english)
and the exercices (in french).
Anil Madhavapeddy and Gemma Gordon presented our new operating system for
connected buildings: OSMOSE
to HotPOST’18. OSMOSE is based on
MirageOS and Irmin and we hope to explore that area more in the coming months!
Position paper on
“An Architecture for Interspatial Communication”
accepted to HotPOST’18.