What features are you working on? (FIPs)
Here is the current list as of 9-17-2020
|FIP-1||FIO Domain/FIO Address transfer and data purge||Accepted|
|FIP-2||Improvements to paging via API||Accepted|
|FIP-3||Provide ability to cancel a request for funds||Accepted|
|FIP-4||Provide ability to remove pub address from the FIO protocol for a user||Accepted|
|FIP-6||Transfer locked tokens||Accepted|
|FIP-7||Provide ability to burn FIO Address||Accepted|
|FIP-8||Public Address Request||Draft|
|FIP-9||Allow voting and proxying without a FIO Address||Accepted|
|FIP-10||Redesign Fee Computations||Accepted|
|FIP-11||Ehnhance bundled transaction usability||Accepted|
|FIP-12||Move action whitelisting into state||Accepted|
|FIP-13||Ability to retrieve all public addresses for a FIO Address||Accepted|
|FIP-14||Ensuring API response data integrity.||Draft|
|FIP-15||Chain and token code standard||Draft|
Everyone is encouraged to review existing FIPs and provide feedback.
- If you’re not yet sure if your idea should a FIP, start by opening a Github issue and create your FIP draft there first to ask for feedback from the community.
- To propose a FIP, fork this repository and create a pull request for your FIP with status Draft. The FIP number can remain undetermined at this stage. Use the fip-TEMPLATE.md file as your starting point and see Successful FIP includes for what a FIP should contain. Also, use existing FIPs as examples.
- Repo custodians will review the FIP PR and comment. Once comments have been addressed, the FIP will be merged to Master with the status Draft.
- Reach out to the community and solicit feedback on your FIP.
- Continue to update your FIP based on community feedback and submit pull requests as needed. Once you feel the community has contributed and the FIP is ready, creare a pull request to update the status to Accepted.
- Once repo custodians accept your FIP, you can code your solution and submit pull requests to the relevant repo.
- After the code has been merged and deployed to Mainnet, the status will be changed to Final.
Discussing a FIP
Create an issue describing the FIP or section of a FIP you would like to open up for discussion. Assign it to the author of that FIP.