The Fractalide Roadmap is a changelog of what has happened with the project. We've chosen to represent changes in a format that highlights objectives and work done to complete a release. The progress bar gives an best effort estimate on the completion of the release.
A cardinal sin that many open source developers make is to place themselves above others. "I founded this project thus my intellect is superior to that of others". It's immodest and rude, and usually inaccurate. The contribution policy we use at Fractalide applies equally to everyone, without distinction. The contribution policy we follow is the Collective Code Construction Contract (C4).
Everyone is welcome to participate.
Pascal represents the initial release of Hyperflow. Hyperflow is a new browser for decentralized applications that may interface with cryptocurrencies and associated smart contracts. It solves the problem of governments and banks censoring people. Once cryptocurrencies scale, whole new domains of economic activity will arise. The activity must develop on infractructure that is decentralized. Not the centralized client-server model of today's point-to-point TCP/IP centralized Internet. A model governments and international corporations already control. Pascal implements the basic infrastructure which allows the building and execution of Fractalide applications in Hyperflow.
The Fibonacci release builds out the first user facing Fractalide applications. Primarily this will be a Cardano Wallet implementation. It'll be a functional wallet that will implement features similar to that of Daedalus. The only other wallet on the Cardano system