[BTC-dev] The Bitcoin Foundation: STATE OF BITCOIN ADDRESS
Sun Jul 1 01:11:59 UTC 2018
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..::[ The Bitcoin Foundation: STATE OF BITCOIN ADDRESS ]::..
[ Date: 2018.06.27 ]
[ Co-Chairs: mod6 [R.01] && ben_vulpes [R.02] ]
It is with great honor and privilege that The Bitcoin Foundation embraces
this opportunity to address the public on the state of current progress,
obstacles and continuing steps in our mission.
0x010: mod6's personal node was temporarily removed from the list of
Advertised Republican Nodes while his blockchain re-syncs [R.03].
0x011: mod6 continued trb development on Raw Transactions project, which began
two months ago [see section 0x021] [R.04]. Steady progress has been
made, and current work is focused around the signrawtransactions
0x012: ben_vulpes racked The Bitcoin Foundation's second server [see section
0x032] [R.05]. It is currently running trb and sync'ing the
0x02]: Continuing Steps
0x020: mod6 will be putting further effort into a trb-centric implementation
of raw transaction tools.
0x021: An important task on mod6's agenda [as well as us all], is to work
through asciilifeform's [R.06] FFA chapters posted [R.07] to his blog.
As soon as time can be reasonably allocated.
0x022: mod6 is moving to place asciilifeform's ``Aggressive PushGetBlocks''
[R.08] vpatch into the main trb vtree. It is considered to be a
bug-fix [R.09]. It is currently presumed that it will be ``ground'' on
top of the current makefiles.vpatch. There will be an announcement
email that will go out to the btc-dev email list [R.0A] with details
when the movement commences.
The Bitcoin Foundation would like to bestow our sincerest thanks and
gratitude to the contributors and community for its support and insight.
[ References ]:
[R.01]: 027A 8D7C 0FB8 A166 4372 0F40 7217 05A8 B71E ADAF
[R.02]: 4F79 0794 2CA8 B89B 01E2 5A76 2AFA 1A9F D2D0 31DA
[R.06]: 1721 5D11 8B72 3950 7FAF ED98 B982 28A0 01AB FFC7
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