The Grin developers are putting together a roadmap for the next year. You can take part in shaping its direction by sharing your thoughts in writing. The process looks like this:
- Members of the Grin community write about what they’d like to see in Grin’s development during the course of 2020 by November 10;
- The core team reads these and considers them as it puts together a roadmap RFC proposal;
- The proposal is presented and discussed at grincon1;
- There’s discussion, iteration, and eventual acceptance according to the usual process;
- This RFC then guides the work and improvements that become prioritized in 2020.
Share your vision for 2020
Write a blog post
From today and until November 10 you have a chance to write about what you think the roadmap should contain. You can use whichever online writing method preffered, as long as it’s public and visible to others, for example:
- a post on this forum;
- a github gist; or
- a blog post.
Covering any Grin topic
We’re asking for ideas and suggestions in a wide set of areas:
- Node or wallet features;
- Documenation improvements;
- Tooling suggestions;
- Governance iterations;
- Ecosystem activities;
- Community ideas; or
- Anything else Grin related you’d like to happen in 2020.
Motivate your suggestions, and try to share holistic proposals that can act as “stretch goals” for the community to pursue.
And share it with the community
- Link to it in thread here on the forum; or
- Tweet it with the hashtag
We look forward to working with the community to set an agenda for the next year. Thanks for what’s been a great launch year thus far!
This process borrows heavily from the 2019 Rust Language roadmap process.