What a fantastic week for the Nano ecosystem that was! We saw a convergence of
community members, core team members, and various speakers at our Nano UK meetup. It was a resounding
success — turnout was fantastic despite the typical British weather — and we couldn’t be happier with
the outpouring of support and participation from everyone involved. Our team continues to be humbled
by the passion and enthusiasm shown by this community!
All of us here at the Nano Foundation would like to extend a final heartfelt thanks to everyone involved — those in attendance, community contributors both in-person and remote, all of the guest speakers, and the great hosts from Behind the Bike Shed.
We strive to provide pathways for developers and enthusiasts to start interacting with Nano, and we delivered on our goal of producing first-rate and comprehensive supporting documentation for the Nano protocol. Additionally, utilizing a more dedicated framework, we are now able to offer even greater accessibility and opportunities for developers to make contributions through 2020.
While assessing the accessibility of the Nano ecosystem, we identified the need to provide a platform that offers high-quality support and discussion for users of all levels. The new Nano forum provides users with a well maintained and easily accessed selection of the most commonly encountered support issues and informative discussion.
An organization’s website is often the first way potential users discover their mission, and the new website leverages all of the strengths of the Nano ecosystem. It helps new users and interested parties quickly find out about Nano, and what they need to know to understand how to use Nano to their advantage.