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BLOCKCHAINSMOKER
@BLOCKCHAINSMOKER
ok thanks @johndavies24
Photis Phudge
@photis
Is this something to worry about?
20191101 16:42:47.263 DEBUG grin_servers::grin::seed - monitor_peers: on 0.0.0.0:3414, 8 connected (8 most_work). all 2477 = 13 healthy + 3 banned + 2461 defunct
Photis Phudge
@photis
8 connected (8 most_work). 
        13 healthy 
+        3 banned 
+ 2461 defunct
——————————
   2477 total
Grin Talk
@newtownf1
Link to charlie lee interview on mimble wimble extension blocks on litecoin including Grins david burkett
lehnberg
@lehnberg
@yeastplume see above ^^
Yeastplume
@yeastplume
should be fixed now
lehnberg
@lehnberg
@grinmw_gitlab this should now be fixed, want to give it another go? Thanks for your support!
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aleqx
@aleqx
https://council-donations.yeastplume.org now gives 404 @yeastplume
Yeastplume
@yeastplume
you'll get a 404 in a browser but wallet sends will work
aleqx
@aleqx
Thought it was supposed to be a webpage - my bad (haven't donated to that address before)
Gary Yu
@garyyu
2nd Singapore Grin Meetup at 13th Nov. 2019: https://www.meetup.com/grinasia/events/266104446/
Join us if you’re interested :-)
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kurt coolman
@coolman_kurt_twitter
You've done some nice networking for Gotts, @garyyu ! congrats ;)
Photon
@phooton
@lehnberg You have 400 grin on the grinmint miner account, I think Igno was the one who transferd it before. It's not much, but it might be better to keep it off the pool wallet.
Grin Talk
@newtownf1
hello everyone
Grin Talk
@newtownf1
yo
trying to change my name from newtownf1 to GrinTalk
lehnberg
@lehnberg
@photis done - thanks for the reminder!
lehnberg
@lehnberg

Hi @DavidBurkett with regards to https://github.com/mimblewimble/grin-rfcs/pull/30#issuecomment-549790837

I actually find it more confusing now that the tenses have been updated. I like when the RFC clearly states what takes place today, and how things will work after the RFC is implemented. I wouldn't suggest changing this RFC again, but maybe it's something we can talk about elsewhere?

I can totally understand that it can feel confusing for readers reviewing an RFC that has yet to be accepted, the intention is to make it more readable for future readers of the accepted RFC.

The rationale for the use of present tence is is that since only approved RFCs ever get merged and included into the “official list of RFCs", it becomes redundant and even somewhat ambiguous to write things like

  • “This proposal…”
  • “Should this RFC become accepted…” etc.

If you’re reading this RFC (and it’s not in open/draft mode), it means it’s already been accepted, so wording should reflect this.

Similarly, sections like How it works today, will become outdated the moment the RFC functionality is implemented. As an RFC can be tweaked over time, it might be unclear to a reader which “today” is referred to in the document.

Instead, How things worked prior to this change is a bit more future proof as a section, which remains accurate as a statement even for people who might come back to the RFC to read it in the future, after the improvement was introduced.

David Burkett
@DavidBurkett
Thanks for the explanation, @lehnberg. I guess I expected them to be more like BIPs than legit RFCs, but your reasoning makes sense.
lehnberg
@lehnberg
np, always open for suggestions on how we could make it better :+1:
Quentin Le Sceller
@quentinlesceller
:wave:
j01tz
@j01tz
:wave:
lehnberg
@lehnberg
:wave:
Quentin Le Sceller
@quentinlesceller
Yeastplume
@yeastplume
evening!
lehnberg
@lehnberg
Thx quentin, just updated the action points as they are not blocked any more
also updated RFC section as per @yeastplume comment
do we have any other things to discuss today?
On the action points, now that we’ve got a new website, I wonder a bit about that budget display on website action point
What exactly do we want to display there? Is it some visualization of spends from spending log? or future forecasted spends as well?
Yeastplume
@yeastplume
as in, what did that mean?
lehnberg
@lehnberg
yeah - it’s been so long I’m not even sure what it’s about any more
Yeastplume
@yeastplume
surely a link to the budget docs would suffice?
lehnberg
@lehnberg
What are the budget docs?
Yeastplume
@yeastplume
ahh, right.. sorry I'm thinking spending transparency
Paouky
@Paouky
🤙🏻
lehnberg
@lehnberg
We also got transparency reports (Q3 is overdue, action on @lehnberg to complete for next meeting)
So yeah, I guess maybe a “financials” sub-section of sorts with links to relevant stuff in the GitHub section?
Yeastplume
@yeastplume
yeah, I think that would definitely do, so long as it's obvious enough where they are for anyone who wants to knwo
lehnberg
@lehnberg
We had a draft budget (for future spending) in some google sheet for a while, but maybe that’s for future iterations
And with the next one, binaries/onboarding flow
I would suggest we remake “Community” into “Download” and list:
  • Download instructions for official release of grin & grin-wallet, maybe with homebrew instructions etc now that this is available
  • Community wallet projects that are more user friendly below that section, with indication of different OS/platforms supported
Quentin Le Sceller
@quentinlesceller
Yeah that would make sense
Yeastplume
@yeastplume
absolutely, sounds like a good idea