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<ErCiccione[m]> Ok everybody let's start this meeting. This is an important one since we should decide the date for the upcoming network upgrade and what consensus changes should be included. The agenda is here: https://github.com/monero-project/meta/issues/485
<ErCiccione[m]> Let's have a round of greetings to get an idea of who is here
<ErCiccione[m]> Hi everybody
<Snipa> Good morning.
<sethsimmons> Hi all :)
<ErCiccione[m]> So the main point is to decide what are we going to include in the next release, but before that, would be great to have an overview of the status of CLSAG and related audits.
<ErCiccione[m]> Sarang, go ahead please
<sarang> JP and Antony (the reviewers) have completed their audit of the preprint and code
<sarang> They're finalizing the report for public release
<sarang> The preprint has already been updated, and the code does not require any security updates
<sarang> moneromooo is in the process of rebasing the code
<sarang> I've been in contact with folks on the Ledger and Trezor teams throughout the process, since they have their own development and release timelines
<moneromooo> in the process of preparing to get ready to start rebasing the code
<ErCiccione[m]> What's the ETA for having it PRd and ready for final reviews?
<sarang> Trezor is pretty much ready to go; they'll need the fork height and can then update firmware, but the Monero-specific development is done
<sarang> Ledger has done most of the work already and has code ready for integration on their side, but it hasn't been completed yet
<sarang> The person I've been working with (Francois) said the team that does the firmware integrations does _not_ have this on their 2-month timeline for some reason
<sarang> and that Francois would not be ...
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