You may have noticed the comment from /u/gridth a few days ago stating that the eWallet team is now called the Integration Team. In short, you can think of the Integration Team as sort of a bridge between all OmiseGO teams and the public. While the eWallet is the Integration Team's main project, sometimes we'll share priorities between eWallet and other public-facing services.

eWallet

The past two weeks were our buffer period, which marks the end of our 2 months cycle. We’ve been focusing on cleaning up and refactoring, as well as planning the next cycle.

Completed

Here are the main items we’ve knocked out since the last update:

  • Implement 2FA authentication (#920)
  • Fix create transaction request modal formatting number(#1021)
  • Fix login sometimes not returning error (#959)
  • Other minor bug fixes (#983, #1003)

In progress

These tasks have been completed, pending review by eWallet team admins:

  • New detail pages for Keys category for v1.3 (#952)
  • Advanced filtering for list view tables

As always, you can also follow our progress on the eWallet GitHub project page and on our GitHub Milestones page.

Potterhat

Potterhat is an experimental, open-source Blockchain “client orchestrator” in development by Integration Team. Potterhat provides failover across multiple blockchain clients (Geth, Parity, Pantheon) to potentially improve reliability of Blockchain-based services.

Completed

  • Initial proof-of-concept implementation of Potterhat orchestrator

In progress

You can track Potterhat milestone and progress on the Potterhat repository and read more about it (or add some ideas and make suggestions) on OIP-15.

Best,
The Integration Team

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