Today, July 7, the tenth weekly meetup of Free TON representatives took place. It was attended by Alexander Filatov, Mitya Goroshevsky, Konstantin Sotiropoulos, Roman D., Zenah Teoh, Ivan Kotelnikov, and Ron Millow.
There were several important issues on the agenda, including the distribution of tokens among the winners of the completed contests.
As for updating the network and installing new patches, Mitya Goroshevsky confirmed that all the necessary software was uploaded to the network, all validators updated their nodes to the current version. The developers still need to download 1 more patch for the C ++ and Rust nodes to fix minor bugs.
Michael, the representative of = nil; Foundation (a company dealing with cryptography and database standardization) also had a short monologue during the meetup. He talked about the work of their company for Free TON, about the fact that his team will finish their work in time.
Then the colleagues moved on to the topic of distributing tokens between the winners of the contests. Due to a network outage, the final results of the competition were only released last night, July 6th. If you go to the contests section, then when you click on any of them, you will see all applications for participation and the average score of each application as a result of voting. At the moment, the distribution of tokens will be done manually, but in the near future, the token distribution system will be implemented and presented to the community.
The full video is available on the official youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLzQimFJhpw