A Terra Classic community member identifying as The Vinh Nguyen on X has volunteered a solution to the technical debt issue encountered by the Terra Classic L1 Task Force Q4 proposal. According to Nguyen, his team will focus on solving accumulated technical debts in the next quarter for community benefits.
Joint L1 Task Force Q4 Proposal is on
We will focus on solving accumulated technical debts in the next quarter. Our team has agreed to do this voluntarily for community benefits.https://t.co/jdUxXgukM1
— 🇻🇳⚛️The Vinh Nguyen⚛️🇻🇳 (@TheVinhNguyen4) September 17, 2023
Terra Classic community members expressed mixed feelings in their reception of Nguyen’s offer. While some users praised the effort by the team, others questioned the sincerity of Nguyen’s move.
A community member with the identity Aru Basu on the X app demanded to know the reason behind the voluntary work by Nguyen and his team. Basu asked if the volunteers think they have taken more than required from the community in the previous quarters or if there is nothing else to do after fixing this issue.
Another community member identified as WSB Trader Rocko asked for explanations from someone from the LUNC community. Rocko questioned how anyone could claim to work for free but also want $9,000 Opex money.
The Terra Classic community spotted an issue that required maintenance after the Joint L1 Task Force successfully upgraded the network to core v2.2.1 on September 12, 2023. The team announced that it took some early steps by trading layer two compatibility for speed, resulting in many broken DApps and tools. The aim of taking those steps was to achieve parity quickly.
Still on the announcement, the Terra Classic team noted it was going ahead with stabilizing layer-one so that layer-two DApps and Tools could thrive. The team also affirmed its obligation to adhere to the cooperation with Hexxagon to simultaneously unveil the proposal. Hence, it has advanced the release of the Joint L1 Task Force Q4 proposal by one month.
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