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Core Devs Call - 2023/08/16

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Lion - dapplion
Hard Fork Coordinator
Validator Comms Lead @ Gnosis


Gnosis Core Devs Call Notes

Welcome to the weekly Gnosis Core Devs Call, where members of the Gnosis team and contributors gather to discuss the latest developments and updates related to the Gnosis ecosystem. This meeting is held every Wednesday and serves as a platform for participants to collaborate and exchange ideas.

The participants of this call include representatives from various teams such as Erigon, Gateway, Nethermind, Geth, Gnosis DevOps, Gnosis Core Devs, Gnosis DevRels, Gnosis Comms team, and community contributors. The presence of diverse team members ensures that discussions are comprehensive and informative, with insights from multiple perspectives.

For those who missed the live meeting, a full recording is available on YouTube.

The Gnosis Core Devs Call is a crucial component of the Gnosis ecosystem. It provides an opportunity for participants to stay informed, share ideas and collaborate, thus driving innovation and progress within the Gnosis community.

August 16, 2023


  • Nethermind: Nethermind Started developing the shutter implementation

  • Erigon: Finishing bits and pieces of dencun

  • Geth: Pretty much at a dead end at this point Still getting the wrong root and started making experiments Confirmed that the initial state root is correct Confirmed that updates to the state are correct Alternatives explored Test on Chiado because the state is way smaller Getting two consecutive states from Chiado, which archive nodes can’t easily do Call with Andrew tomorrow

Chain Infra

  • Gateway Missing transactions on Omni Bridge and AMB Seems related to a container that is constantly restarting Working on this today


Automatic withdrawals Not much progress

Hive Tests

Progress with fixing them for different Nethermind versions 1.19.0 to 1.19.3 seem to work, next ones don’t The first post-shapella block can’t sync Failing withdrawal test Merging latest changes from hive upstream


Shutterized Beacon Chain Potential competitor: