During the recent Ethereum Core Developer live meeting, the topics the team discussed included the Ropsten fork for Constantinople and the Programmatic Proof-of-Work [ProgPow]. The discussion led by Hudson Jameson, the communications officer of the Foundation, included Afri Schoedon, Lane Rettig, Martin Holst Swende, Ben Burns, Zak Cole, Brooklyn Zelenka and other key developers of the foundation.
The team started the meeting by discussing the Ropsten fork for Constantinople. Here, at the time of discussion, the fork was around 3,000 blocks away and only one fork is going to occur on the network, unlike the two forks decided for Constantinople, with the other fork named Petersburg.
The second fork was introduced to disable the Ethereum Improvement Protocol in which issues were identified hours before the previous schedule for Constantinople that was set to occur in January 2019. The updated version for both Geth and Parity was released by the respective teams this week.
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