Golem Release Brass Golem Alpha 2 0.13.0

We are happy to announce the new release of Golem 0.13.0. This releases supports new version of Golem payment contracts and contains several protocol improvements. And general bugfixing.

As usual we encourage you to follow the progress of our project on Golem Kanban, download and test the newest release, as well as provide us with feedback, so that we can keep improving Golem. For more details and troubleshooting, please visit the official GitHub repository.

More detailed changelog:

Core New version of contracts connected with golemBlender version updated to 2.79Only task owner can now broadcast task cancellation to the networkIncreased key difficulty built up in public keyKey difficulty is now also checked in task sessionSimplified subtask definition sent to providerModification in hello message handlingAdditional subtask status “verifying”addedAddress list generation refactoredTuned verification functionInformation about user caps displayed in logsWarning about desynchronized clock is displayed in log


Support for TransferRateFailure to request Concent’s forced downloadForceReportComputeTask message is properly handled Electron Minimum application size re-definedMultiple instance problem fixed on WindowsApplication log path changed as the default golem log pathGUI version information addedRPC communication fixes and improvementsUX FixesMinor design updates Upgrading to Brass Golem Alpha2 0.13.0

You can find detailed information here:

macOS brew update brew upgrade golem brew cask upgrade golem sudo chown root:wheel $(brew --prefix)/opt/docker-machine-driver-xhyve/bin/docker-machine-driver-xhyve sudo chmod u+s $(brew --prefix)/opt/docker-machine-driver-xhyve/bin/docker-machine-driver-xhyve Ubuntu Download the installation script fromhere. In terminal, run  chmod +x install.sh && ./install.sh.Windows Download and execute the installer from here.

If you encounter any errors please let us know on testers channel atchat.golem.network or write an email to [email protected]

Thanks to Golem Project and Grzegorz Nowakowski.