bitcoin/0.21 66e6742 Wladimir J. van der Laan: doc: Move 0.21.0 release notes from wiki
why call a non-existing RPC at all :) it's only still there as a service to (human) users following old wiki pages with bitcoin-cli, and who tend to care more about the English message than the return code
and i am opposed to creating such a group that is somehow affiliated with the bitcoin core software
i think it's more likely that someone reads this and wonders why it's mentioned at all and what bitcoin core's role in this is, than that it would affect their upgrade behavior
bitcoin core's developers and maintainers shouldn't be using the release notes to further the goal of activation
harding: that's good to know! i was afraid it would make a link to the bitcoin/bitcoin issue of the same number that would be bad, but yes that seems acceptable really
harding: hi! for 0.21.0 we have a new kind of PR which comes from the bitcoin-core/gui repository, I've used the syntax "gui/#xxxx" to refer to these, if we want these to point to the right repository we'll need to update the link conversion
to be back on the question "should bitcoin core relay addrs to software sending these messages?" _currently_ we don't accept addr msgs from outbound-block-relay peers so why it's worsening the black-hole problem?