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Agenda: Development, Feb 05 2019 #56

lehnberg opened this Issue Jan 28, 2019 · 1 comment


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lehnberg commented Jan 28, 2019

Solicit suggestions for agenda items for the Development meeting to be held on Tuesday Feb 5 @ 15:00 UTC in Grin/Dev Gitter. Please comment to provide topics or suggestions.

Proposed agenda

  1. Igno's Retrospective
  2. Agenda review
  3. Action point follow ups from previous meetings
  4. Grin v1.0.x
  5. Grin v1.1.0
  6. Enforce https in grin wallet: mimblewimble/grin#2523
  7. Other questions

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garyyu commented Feb 5, 2019

I would like to propose add following topics on this dev meeting:

  • Grin lacks a GUI wallet, and I heard a lot of complains on this, and even it has been taken as one major "difference" between Grin and other MimbleWimble implementation but it should not. Does it make sense to tag it (Grin GUI Wallet) as the high priority task at the moment?
  • Even there're already some ongoing work there for 3rd party grin wallet:, looks like none of them would become a 2nd native Grin wallet (in repos), (perhaps can discuss further on meeting about this point). So, the question is what's our exact proposal for Grin users (for a GUI wallet)?
  • Since Wallet713 already have 2 grin core dev members there to involve its development, is it possible to move the Wallet713 project as a native project into and we can put more resources on this wallet devs. if not, then, what's our strategy on grin wallet development?
  • Is it a good proposal to set up a special funding campaign (or a dedicated funding account) to support and encourage the Grin wallet(s) development? I believe this funding would be welcome on the Grin community, perhaps a voting request on grin forum?
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