The meetup discussed general updates, Updates from the Web and Design sub governance, as well as tech updates.
Ron Millow begins the meetup by announcing that the Lumi wallet and the Xangle proposal have passed.
There was an error made in YPO contest number 2.0. There was a mix up with the amount of tokens and awards, a proposal was made and it passed.
CEX.io requested their second batch of tokens against a report that they made on their first kpi.
Tokens will be allocated for everyone who passed.
Updates from the Web and Design sub governance
Nikita Inshakov says that the web and design sub governance is currently undergoing transformation, but this does not mean that the work has stopped. The initiative people from the sub governance decided to launch a website, which has been under development over the past few months. The layout is ready, and the web design sub-governance will soon start functioning properly. The same thing you see on the Beta page will soon be launched on the main page with all the main people from TON Labs participating. The site will be open source on GitHub.
Pavel Prigolovko expresses concern that at the time the web and design sub governance began to function, there were no other sites as such. Now there are many other websites that look very decent. Some of them, according to Pavel, are even better than Beta. He believes that the web and design sub governance should think about broader support for other websites, not just a chosen one.
DarkWing Dark says that they have started working on the idea of creating a working group that will help translate Free TON services and projects into various languages.
Pavel Prigolovko talks about the need to create a general contest to support different types of websites. It can be either a general contest or a category contest. Pavell urges not to focus on just one website, but rather act in a more decentralized manner.
Mitja says that it is difficult to find technical information about Free TON. The main problem is that the material is primarily marketing in nature. When it comes to developers or people from the crypto community, they are kind of allergic to such materials. And this is justified. If we want to attract a more or less serious developer community to Free TON, what we have now in terms of content does not meet the requirements. He suggests holding a contest, but notes that such contests should not be judged by the jury, but by the whole community. The main task is to differentiate websites for users and developers, to create a flow for each type of user.
Tech updates from Mitya Goroshevsky
We are finishing writing DeDots in the PR contest. We had a DeBot, I tried it and realized that in the form in which it was done, not many PR people will be able to use it. We created a simplified DeBot. It only requires one seed phrase. We have changed the DeBot engine.
Any DeBot can now have access to the hd path through the SDK interface. This will open up many opportunities for programmers. Now you can create many different contracts for the same code for the same key pair. The PR contest will be prolonged for another two weeks.
DGO. The draft for the BFT governance has been updated. Mitja thanks everyone for participating. Special thanks to Andrey Lyashin for an incredibly useful review.
The draft will be finished by the end of the week, and we hope the contest for the bft governance set of smart contracts will start next week.
We have started a network on the Rust Cup and approved a new type of token distribution. Some people started joining the elections. The Rust Cup will start from a rolling start.
Katya talks about a contest launched by the SMM sub governance: Hackernoon article contest. All participants must read the rules and write an article with at least one reference to Free TON.
There are developers in our community who offer different solutions. Although these solutions are not widely used, how can we support these developers?
If you understand that your tool is useful to people, it will be seen on chain, then you can initiate support for this program.