DipDup April Update: Ithaca Reorgs and Community Survey

April digest of the latest DipDup updates

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What's up, Tezos developers? I hope you and your loved ones are safe in these frightful times. Here is a brief digest of the latest notable events around DipDup.

  • 5.0.1 patch version has been released with a bunch of important stability fixes. We strongly advise you to update your 5.0 and 4.2 instances.

  • Chain reorgs hit hard on Ithaca mainnet! Make sure to take one of the following actions to avoid indexer downtime. Implement on_rollback hook, enable lagging TzKT buffer (non-zero buffer_size in tzkt config) or/and set up an automatic backup-rollback of DipDup database. In the most extreme case you can even ignore rollbacks completely, but make sure you know what you're doing.

  • Migration to GitHub Issues from our internal Trello board is finally over. All bug reports and feature requests are now in one place. Come slap a thumbs-up emoji on tickets you find the most important!

  • User documentation has been significantly rewritten to keep up with recent changes. Please, report any mistakes and inconsistencies you find on GitHub or our socials.

  • DipDup Community Survey has begun! Our development course is determined solely by community needs, so your feedback is always welcome.

See you next time!