We already have the equiv of improvement proposals: BOLTs. Historically new standardization documents are proposed initially as issues or PR's when ultimately accepted. Why do we need another repo?
On Sun, Jul 22, 2018, 6:45 AM René Pickhardt via Lightning-dev < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Hey everyone, > > in the grand tradition of BIPs I propose that we also start to have our > own LIPs (Lightning Network Improvement proposals) > > I think they should be placed on the github.com/lightning account in a > repo called lips (or within the lightning rfc repo) until that will happen > I created a draft for LIP-0001 (which is describing the process and is 95% > influenced by BIP-0002) in my github repo: > > https://github.com/renepickhardt/lips (There are some open Todos and > Questions in this LIP) > > The background for this Idea: I just came home from the bitcoin munich > meetup where I held a talk examining BOLT. As I was asked to also talk > about the future plans of the developers for BOLT 1.1 I realized while > preparing the talk that many ideas are distributed within the community but > it seems we don't have a central place where we collect future enhancements > for BOLT1.1. Having this in mind I think also for the meeting in Australia > it would be nice if already a list of LIPs would be in place so that the > discussion can be more focused. > potential LIPs could include: > * Watchtowers > * Autopilot > * AMP > * Splicing > * Routing Protcols > * Broadcasting past Routing statistics > * eltoo > * ... > > As said before I would volunteer to work on a LIP for Splicing (actually I > already started) > > best Rene > > > -- > https://www.rene-pickhardt.de > > Skype: rene.pickhardt > > mobile: +49 (0)176 5762 3618 > _______________________________________________ > Lightning-dev mailing list > Lightningemail@example.com > https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/mailman/listinfo/lightning-dev >
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