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- Since it's so close to the scheduled update(~Oct 18th, 2018), the next release will be v0.13.0.0 rather than v0.12.4.0
- The latest Proof of Work(PoW) changes to CryptoNightv2 could use some C++ developer scrutiny
- Kovri is now officially hosted on Gitlab. The main Monero codebase may or may not move.
- The tentative date for the next fork is scheduled for October 18th, 2018.
- SChernykh Has posted the last of the CryptoNight-v2 changes.
- Will be merged soon
- This will be the new Proof of Work
- The last of the bulletproofs code will be merged soon.
- May or may not include some additional speedup code.
- Endogenic could use some help reviewing the LightWallet pull request
- ph4r05 has submitted some preliminary code to support Trezor devices
- All Bulletproof(BP) audits have come in.
- No major issues were found.
- Some optimizations were suggested.
- All signs point to BP's making it into the next scheduled protocol upgrade.
- vtnerd has been working on a MessagePack(msgpack) encoding scheme to supplement JSON.
- Monero v0.12.3 Command Line version has been released
- Monero v0.12.3 GUI
- Tagged for release and currently being built by Fluffy
- This will have native Ledger support
- User experience is the primary target after 0.12.3 is released
- Work will also begin on native Android and iOS implementations
- If anyone is int
- It was a short meeting today - mostly centered around potential ways to improve the GUI
- Mooo and Sarang have found a way to speed up Bulletproof verification times: https://github.com/moneromooo-monero/bitmonero/tree/bp-multi-aggregation-pippenger
- v0.12.2.0 has been tagged for release. Binaries will be built soon.
- Code freeze for the Aug/Sept update is expected to happen in Mid July.
- Bulletproofs and Cryptonight v2 are exempt from that schedule and will continue to be worked on during the freeze.
- Arcticmine and Sarang are working on an updated fee structure
- Monero Integrations Team has released a payment gate way for OpenCart
- Stoffu has added automatic popping of bad version blocks
- rbrunner is working on an easier MultiSig implementation
- sarang is analyzing an implementation of non-interactive refunds
- MRL team
- Working on refund transactions.
- Kudelski and QuarksLabs have begun their work on the Bulletproofs audit.
- The GUI devs are working on a v0.12.1 build that fixes the (std::bad_cast) bug.
- GUI OpenAlias support.
- A Linux Wayland workaround(forcing XCB)
- Windows GUI will have ANGLE and MESA graphics libraries as a fallback
- Monero Ecosystem/Projects: https://github.com/monero-ecosystem/meta
- MyMonero for Apple iOS is in TestFlight