[bitcoin-dev] BIP Process and Votes
lapp0 at purdue.edu
Mon Jun 29 00:23:38 UTC 2015
Your discussion is taking up a lot of room in my inbox and it doesn't
seem like either side is getting through to the other. Perhaps you could
create a document outlining all the failure modes possible due to the
current system, the current systems security assumptions and possible
solutions. Now it seems this is just a semantic debate and would
probably be better solved with you writing a BIP and having that
reviewed and critiqued.
On 06/28/2015 08:13 PM, Milly Bitcoin wrote:
> The concern with that is that any FAQ will be developed by the same
> small group that controls the github now so they will spin it in an
> unrealistic way. You see the problem now with the Bitcoin wiki.
> While the wiki has some valuable information, it also has a number of
> incorrect and cult-like claims about how Bitcoin works. Tim Swanson
> has made some good videos that describe some of the misinformation
> that often gets repeated on the Wiki and other places.
> I had suggested the info on the Wiki be reevaluated piece-by-piece and
> moved to Bitcoin.org but the developers didn't like that. Attempts to
> edit the Wiki often leads to the articles being defaced by the
> maintainers so that is a waste of time.
> On 6/28/2015 5:00 PM, Adam Back wrote:
>> I think we need a second mailing list: bitcoin-process for people to
>> learn about bitcoin process.
>> And someone to write a FAQ on it's sign up page so people interested
>> could at least discuss from a starting point of understanding how and
>> why it works the way it does!
>> bitcoin-dev mailing list
>> bitcoin-dev at lists.linuxfoundation.org
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> bitcoin-dev at lists.linuxfoundation.org
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