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Re: Interledger Routing Working Group Call - Wed, July 5 - 3pm UTC

From: Michiel de Jong <michiel@ripple.com>
Date: Wed, 5 Jul 2017 21:22:29 +0200
Message-ID: <CA+Rq6=ArRWtTPmGE=+nHsN6-DGCwxcdQDt0U2oN7atfNTXmcAA@mail.gmail.com>
To: Interledger Community Group <public-interledger@w3.org>
Hi all,

As discussed in today's routing working group call, let's set up a testnet,
so we can see the current implementation in action! :)

The easiest way to set up an Interledger connector is to deploy ilp-kit to
Azure. I created a 'testnet' branch, here:

If you would like to use a different hosting platform, then I would
recommend using the docker-compose install instructions:
https://github.com/interledgerjs/ilp-kit-docker-compose (make sure to
switch from the master branch to the testnet branch)

If you would like to avoid Docker then you can also use the generic install
instructions (aka 'the hard way'): https://github.com/interledgerjs/ilp-kit
 In this case, to join the testnet, edit your env.list file and change all
occurrences of your ledger prefix (it will look something like
'us.usd.john.') to start with the string 'test.', so for instance

Once you have your node running, please come to
https://gitter.im/interledger/Lobby and ping people (my nick is
'michielbdejong') to set up peering! :) You can check
http://connector.land/?test=yourdomain.com#/ledgers to see who is on the
testnet so far (your node will appear if you add it through the '?test='
parameter in that URL, and peer with connector.land for >= 1 USD). So far,
I'm running two servers on the testnet, gar.michielbdejong.com. and


On Wed, Jul 5, 2017 at 2:00 PM, Bernhard Bock <bernhard@bock.nu> wrote:

> Evan, all,
> unfortunately I cannot join the call today.
> I’m very much interested in the topic nevertheless and
> would love to hear your outcomes and take part in future calls.
> cheers
> Bernhard
> Am 3. Juli 2017 um 12:15:42, Evan Schwartz (evan@ripple.com) schrieb:
> We'll be discussing the current approach to routing in Interledger, open
> questions, and current research.
> The goals I'd propose for the call:
>    1. Figure out if there's enough interest in starting a group within
>    the Interledger community focused on routing
>    2. Ideally find a couple of people who would be interested in
>    facilitating such a group
>    3. If there is interest, start figuring out some structure for
>    collaborating (calls, shared docs, Github repo/issues, etc)
> For more info and to join the mailing lists visit:
> https://interledger.org/community
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> --
> Evan Schwartz
> Software Engineer
> Managing Director of Ripple Luxembourg
Received on Wednesday, 5 July 2017 19:26:41 UTC

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