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Enabling the cooperative and democratized development of the SingularityNET platform.
The SingularityNET team is thrilled to announce the launch of the SingularityNET Enhancement Proposal (SNEP) process. In this blog post, you will learn what SNEPs are, the theory on how this benefits the platform and importantly how to submit your very own SNEP.
What Are SNEPs?
The SingularityNET Enhancement Proposal (SNEP) is a design document providing information to the SingularityNET community, or describing a new feature for SingularityNET or its processes or environment.
SNEPs are going to be the foundation upon which we will build a platform that embodies its community’s vision along with the best possible technical guidance and it is another step towards progressive decentralization as outlined in our whitepaper.
From here onwards, the SNEP process will be the primary mechanism for proposing new features, for collecting community input on an issue, and for documenting the design decisions that have gone into SingularityNET. The SNEP author will be responsible for building consensus within the community and documenting dissenting opinions.
We expect the SNEP process to provide a consistent and controlled path for updates to the SingularityNET platform by the community. It will be a systematic recourse for members of the public to intervene with maximum visibility, acknowledgement, and evaluation in the technical or functional developments of the SingularityNET platform. While anyone will be able to create a SNEP, it is required that the SNEP should provide a concise technical specification and a rationale for the proposed improvement.
Each submitted SNEP will allow for a sufficient time before its implementation so that the community can review the proposal and provide its feedback. At the moment, every upcoming platform development description can be found in our Roadmap and Github.
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