Request for proposals on new governance structures
Proof of concept of Grin running on a raspberry pi
New transaction fee structures proposed
Governance meeting tomorrow to remove Ignotus and inactive core members
There was a meetup for the Chinese Grin community in Hangzhou yesterday.
Proof of concept for a Grin node running on a Raspberry Pi 4 by Grinnode.live
Last week’s dev meeting covered discussed the fix DAA and fee RFCs, unscheduled hard forks, and assignment of PIBD dev task.
New pull request by @jaspervdm: Refactor p2p reader
New RFC by @tromp proposing new tx fee structure.
Two requests for funding will be discussed in tomorrow’s governance meeting:
Proposal to remove Ignotus as BDFL and @hashmap and @jaspervdm from core team due to inactivity in tomorrow’s governance meeting.
Mimblewimble Non-Interactive Transaction Scheme, by Gary Yuu
Revelio / Performance Trade-offs in Design of MimbleWimble Proofs of Reserves, by Suyash Bagad and Saravanan Vijayakumaran.
Eliminating finalize step [wallet-dev]
Parallel IBD [node-dev]
NEW! fix-fees [node-dev]
QA Team [core]
Deprecate HTTP(S) Transactions [wallet-dev]
Final Comment Period
“Urchie Mimble” artwork in this edition is by @LovelyGrin.
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