87: Grin v3.1.0 released 🚢
Covering Feb 24 - Mar 02 2020
|Daniel Lehnberg||Mar 2|
Grin version 3.1.0 has been released, both node and wallet binaries have been updated. Node has focused on improving the P2P layer and the robustness of rewind functionality. Wallet has added features such as payment proof verification and a new interactive CLI. This is a non-breaking release but all users are encouraged to upgrade nevertheless. Extensive details here.
@yeastplume’s weekly update.
Tomorrow’s dev meeting looks like it’s going to be a big one, with topics including planning out the remaining scheduled network upgrades, considering adding additional upgrades, signalling / handling of hard & soft forks, and putting together a node + wallet sample project for developer usability. Readers are encouraged to join in and participate in the conversation.
approved @jaspervdm’s funding request welcoming him to work full time on Grin for the next three months,
discussed general fund spending guidelines RFC and the conditions for adding repos to the github org,
reviewed open RFCs in detail.
Grin 2020 Roadmap has been published as a forum post.
The Security Team RFC was accepted, follow along on the implementation progress in the tracking issue.
Process for adding repos to the /mimblewimble organisation published on wiki.
Funding request from @yeastplume for another three months to continue his ongoing full time work on Grin.
Final Comment Period
Security Subteam [core]
Grin 2020 Roadmap [core]
“Music Grin” Artwork in this edition is by @LovelyGrin.
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