Hello Mango DAO,
Some of you know me best as @hoakbuilds from twitter or @murlokito on github due to my work within the Solana .NET developer community, having been co-creator of Solnet (blockmountain · GitHub), the equivalent of Solana’s web3.js for .NET, and also a host of other libraries like Solnet.Serum and Solnet.Pyth.
I’ve been using Mango since Aug/Sept, I believe, and started building with Mango back during the Ignition hackathon when we built the very minimum MVP of Project Citadel, which featured integration of Mango Spot margin markets by using the library Solnet.Mango which I hacked together in 3 days during the same hackathon.
Since then I realized there were many issues with said library, after some needed in-depth debugging during December and a nearly complete rewriting (Adding test suite and fixing errors in calculations and edge cases (#28) · bmresearch/Solnet.Mango@8ff9738 · GitHub) of the library in January I released a much more reliable v1 in early February and have continued to maintain the library, adding features and providing support.
Some of the support I’ve provided most recently during February has been helping onboard new MMs into Mango, this support included releasing a client for the Sequence Enforcer program using the Solnet.Anchor code generation tool that my brother (& Solnet co-creator) built, adding support for Mango’s historical data services etc.
We’ve been working closely with the Mango team which has been paramount in getting the library to a production ready state and wish to keep doing so moving forward by supporting features and a library for v4. With this in mind I am applying for a grant from the DAO for the work that has been done and will be done in the future.
PS: Apologies for the lack of links, new users on the forum can only post two links in a single post, the projects mentioned in here can all be found in the GitHub organization linked at the top of the post