92: Scope freeze 🥶
Covering Mar 30-Apr 05 2020
The scope targeted for v4.0.0 was defined and agreed.
Lots of new RFC activity with proposals for relative kernel locks and transaction slate improvements.
Idea floated to have “community approved” GUI wallets.
Governance discussion continued on forum.
Grin++ developer @DavidBurkett talks grin and privacy coins in an interview with Naomi Brockwell.
Grin v4.0.0 Network Upgrade (HF3), expected ~ July 15, 2020:
@jaspervdm weekly update.
Suggestion to introduce “community approved” GUI wallets, by @yeastplume.
New RFC proposal: No Recent Duplicate (NRD) Kernels, by @antiochp.
New RFC proposal: Transaction Slate Serialization, by @joltz.
New RFC proposal: Compact slates, by @yeastplume.
hybrid-tx-building RFC closed in favour of many, more contained proposals.
An idea for 1-sided transactions, by @energyburn.
@antiochp request for funding. To be discussed in tomorrow’s governance meeting.
Forum thread discussing the degree of Grin centralization around the core team.
Forum thread about whether Grin developers are paid too much or not.
Grincoin community bot, by @insider.
Relative kernels [node-dev]
Multiple named wallets [wallet-dev]
Create a Moderation team [core]
Slate Serialization [wallet-dev] - NEW!
Final Comment Period
General fund spending guidelines [core] - disposition to Merge, ends April 07
“Star Grin” Artwork in this edition is by @LovelyGrin.
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