This week, the Hydra team completed the Hydra specification with a section about
rollbacks and updated graphs
(#448). In a next step,
the specification will be made more approachable and an open standard. They
hydra-cluster tool to launch a local
environment and continued aligning the
hydra-plutus scripts with the
specification by hardening the checks on
What did the team achieve this week
- Completed the specification with a section about rollbacks and updated graphs #448, with a follow-up on making it more approachable and an open standard.
- Continued spec review with internal auditor and incorporated changes.
- Talked to TxPipe about how Demeter and Hydra could work together
hydra-clusterexecutable can be used to launch a local
- Reproduced the “head being stuck on network outage” bug
- relates to what liveness guarantees we can / want to give on the protocol level and needs to be discussed.
- Progressed with higher velocity by addressing more and more gaps #677
What are the goals of next week
- Upstream our JSON instances to the ledger
- Close all transaction security related on-chain gaps
- Ideally release 0.9.0 with updated scripts
- Groom & plan (or not) protocol changes yielded from specification discussions -> updated roadmap