@joltz added to core team.
Node patch v3.1.1 released.
Governance debate on forum and keybase.
Scope for v4.0.0 closes tomorrow.
@joltz joined the core team in the first addition after the departure of Ignotus.
Last week’s governance meeting approved @lehnberg funding request, discussed forum costs, fund volatility, proof of work, moderation team, and reviewed of open RFCs.
@antiochp request for funding. To be discussed in next
@lehnberg Q12020 funding period evaluation.
There was a discussion about proof of work in keybase #general chat about any actions to take against the possibility of secret ASICs, triggered by community members. Henry Quan, ASIC mfg of grincon1 fame joined and answered questions. No proposal was formalised. (discussion available in the chat history on keybase).
Long forum thread over the course of the week about Grin governance, past and future directions, funding, and community sentiment. Spillover in Keybase #general over the weekend.
New node patch released. Grin v3.1.1 fixes compatibility issues for some older hardware.
Grin v4.0.0 release planning issue - scope freezes TOMORROW March 31st.
@yeastplume’s weekly update.
hybrid-tx-building proposal is seeing a lot of discussion, there’s thoughts of breaking the RFC down into smaller more contained chunks.
Example repo written in Rust for building a valid mimblewimble transaction, by @zie1ony
Relative kernels [node-dev]
Multiple named wallets [wallet-dev]
Final Comment Period
General fund spending guidelines [core] - disposition to Merge, ends April 07
“Mimble Flyer” Artwork in this edition is by @LovelyGrin.
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