Node v4.1 released
RFC proposes a simpler governance structure
RFC draft for Parallel IBD p2p messages
Code of conduct has been tweaked
MW/Grin version 4.1 has been released, no significant new features to call out, but lots of cleanup and code quality improvements.
Niffler v0.6.1 has been released, including support for the new version of the node.
@mcmmike shared another photo of Grin running on a Raspberry Pi 4 in the forum.
@jaspervdm progress update, includes info about a new Parallel IBD RFC.
Last dev meeting covered re-org risk monitoring, and the release of v4.1.0.
A new RFC proposal written by @paouky and @lehnberg simplifies the governance structure by clarifying the scope of the project, reverting to the technocratic council for fund management, and letting the rest of the project be governed by independent, self-organising teams.
@antiochp’s request for funding Q4 2020 will be evaluated in tomorrow’s governance meeting.
NEW! Parallel IBD p2p messages [node-dev]
Eliminating finalize step [wallet-dev]
Parallel IBD [node-dev]
NEW! simplify-governance [core]
QA Team [core]
Deprecate HTTP(S) Transactions [wallet-dev]
Final Comment Period
“Whimsical Mimbleray” artwork in this edition is by @LovelyGrin.
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