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Add a readme file to programs directory #1532

abitmore opened this issue Jan 16, 2019 · 1 comment


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commented Jan 16, 2019

User Story
As a newcomer I want to know what the programs are. There is a readme file in plugins directory and it's useful. We should add similar files to programs and maybe libraries.

Describe which portion(s) of BitShares Core may be impacted by your request. Please tick at least one box.

  • API (the application programming interface)
  • Build (the build process or something prior to compiled code)
  • CLI (the command line wallet)
  • Deployment (the deployment process after building such as Docker, Travis, etc.)
  • DEX (the Decentralized EXchange, market engine, etc.)
  • P2P (the peer-to-peer network for transaction/block propagation)
  • Performance (system or user efficiency, etc.)
  • Protocol (the blockchain logic, consensus, validation, etc.)
  • Security (the security of system or user data, etc.)
  • UX (the User Experience)
  • Other (please add below)

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  • Evaluate / Prioritize Feature Request
  • Refine User Stories / Requirements
  • Define Test Cases
  • Design / Develop Solution
  • Perform QA/Testing
  • Update Documentation

@abitmore abitmore changed the title Add a readme file to program directory Add a readme file to programs directory Jan 16, 2019

@abitmore abitmore added this to the 201902 - Feature Release milestone Jan 25, 2019

@abitmore abitmore added this to To do in Feature Release (201902) via automation Jan 25, 2019


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commented Jan 25, 2019

closed by #1534

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