[bitcoin] aureleoules opened pull request #26331: Implement `CCoinsViewErrorCatcher::HaveCoin` and check disk space periodically (master...2022-10-disk-space-problems-fix) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/26331
At a higher level, it'd be great if someone working on the GUI could explain what the longer term plan for it is. My understanding was that the current GUI was almost in somewhat of a maintenance mode (no real new features / development etc), because there's more effort being spent on https://github.com/bitcoin-core/gui-qml.
In regards to review/contributing being more difficult. I think that's just a reflection of the reality that most devs don't want to work on/review the GUI, and I think it'd be suboptimal if we pulled the GUI back in, and that started taking away (in any amount) from the already severely limited review capacity we currently have in bitcoin/bitcoin.
I think merging GUI development back into the main repo would quite be a regression. As far as I'm aware, for non-GUI contributors, it's been a great filter for keeping all the not-related-to-bitcoin GUI stuff out of their inboxes (probably similar for the thousands of bitcoin/bitcoin subscribers).
bitcoin/master cbb2da8 glozow: add lock annotation for FeeFilterRounder::round()
bitcoin/master deeb70a Andrew Chow: Merge bitcoin/bitcoin#26306: add lock annotation for FeeFilterRounder::rou...
[bitcoin] andrewtoth opened pull request #26308: rest: reduce LOCK(cs_main) scope in rest_block: ~6 times as many requests per second (master...no-lock-for-read-block) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/26308
Anyone know why Github wouldn't be reflecting commits already merged into master on a PR based upon those commits? I've rebased, but the PR is still showing the now-in-master commits: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/25740
[bitcoin] fanquake closed pull request #21006: rpc: reduce LOCK(cs_min) scope in rest_block: ~5 times as many requests per second (master...2021-01-reduce-cs_main-lock-in-rest_block) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/21006
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