The Graph’s Community Talk #3

Join The Graph Community Talk meeting to get all the latest updates from The Graph ecosystem and protocol, happening next Tuesday, September 21st @ 8am PST.

We are covering a wide range of subjects from all corners of our network and are providing you with a comprehensive recap of the latest happenings at The Graph. The meeting link is:
Launch Meeting - Zoom

This month’s discussion topics include:

  • Community Updates
    George Adams joining The Graph … Deploy & Signal going live … Messari Mainnet update … and more

  • Bubbletea
    A python library which enables developers and data scientists to quickly build any data applications on top of The Graph network. Whether you are building dashboards to visualize protocol data or leveraging existing machine learning models to do some data science work, this library aims to be the fastest way to get what you want. The team will join us to raise awareness of this grant initiative and share the progress they have made thus far. See also latest Forum post by @huangkuan A framework to build any data applications entirely on the decentralized Web3 infrastructures - Grants & Initiatives - The Graph

  • Meet the Indexer Indexer joins us live at Community Talk for a Q&A session. @GRTIQ will take the lead moderating this segment. Don’t want to miss it. Join the discussions with your questions!

  • Governance Engagement
    We’ll dive into how you can actively participate in governance discussions and help shaping their outcomes, using one of the recent Forum posts Indexer Cut Simplification Proposal as an example of who this can work well at The Graph.

  • StreamingFast 300
    It’s not the sequel to the movie, but no less exciting! SF has brought incredible speed improvements to The Graph using two foundational innovations called Firehose and Sparkle. @Josh-StreamingFast will break it down for us and explain it in more detail.

The Graph Community Talk is geared towards a broad audience regardless of background, whether technical or non-technical. We are looking for active participation from the community and are looking forward to your engagement!

You can find this and all other community events on the ecosystem calendar here .

See you next week!


Look forward to it, thanks!