88: Add more scheduled hard forks? 🥨
Covering Mar 02-09 2020
|Daniel Lehnberg||Mar 9|
Grin wallet v3.1.1 patch release around the corner.
Ongoing debate on whether it makes sense to add more scheduled hard forks beyond those already in; no clear indication either way, for now nothing changes.
@jaspervdm has joined as full time dev on project.
@lehnberg (that’s me) funding request for next month.
Grinscan now links transaction outputs and makes it easy for anyone to check degree of aggregation.
@yeastplume’s weekly update.
@jaspervdm’s weekly update.
The last dev meeting covered v4.0.0 planning, discussed the idea of a sample project that pulls in node, wallet, and miner as libraries, and an extensive discussion about hard forks & upgrades after v5.0.0. Nothing changes for now, and any proposal would need to be RFCed and discussed in great depth.
Funding request from @lehnberg for another three months to continue ongoing part-time work.
Grinscan now does linking of TXOs, grouping them accordingly and allowing for an easy check for how much aggregation occurred in the stem phase for their transaction. By @jaspervdm.
Cryptology ePrint: Compressed Σ-Protocol Theory and Practical Application to Plug & Play Secure Algorithmics. Reconciling Bulletproofs with Sigma protocol theory.
Final Comment Period
“Grin Jar” Artwork in this edition is by @LovelyGrin.
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