Ethereum core developers recently held a meeting to discuss an important upgrade to the ethereum network. Tim Beiko, one of the core developers, tweeted out a summary of a recent meeting.
Mainly around EIP-4844, including some short discussions on the L2 EIP and Cancun master plan.
During the meeting, MarioVega.eth raised a question about the block validity condition, which is implemented implicitly by some clients, but not all.
The group agrees to this as an express condition of validity for all clients. Additionally, the Geth team is adding support for c-kzg and go-kzg to allow users to easily switch in case of errors.
Two EIPs were also discussed during the meeting, one of which proposed to introduce and standardize CSR on Ethereum L2. Tim Beiko said he hoped the scope of the upgrade would be hammered out in the next meeting or two.
The EIP-4844 upgrade proposes new opcodes that are expected to improve the execution efficiency of smart contracts on the Ethereum network. The upgrade is aimed at reducing gas costs and improving the overall performance of the network.
EIP-4844 is a major upgrade to the Ethereum network that has been discussed for some time.
On the other hand, L2 EIP is related to the second layer scaling solution of the Ethereum network. It is designed to improve scalability, reduce congestion, and increase transaction throughput.
Layer 2 scaling solutions are critical to the growth and adoption of Ethereum, and the L2 EIP is an important step in that direction.
The Core Developers Meeting is significant because it brings together some of the most influential people in the Ethereum community to discuss important upgrades and improvements to the network.