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Replacement LTC -> EMC2

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Michael Polzer Michael Polzer
Michael Polzer authored and Michael Polzer committed May 28, 2017
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Contributing to Litecoin Core
Contributing to Einsteinium Core
============================
The Litecoin Core project operates an open contributor model where anyone is welcome to contribute towards development in the form of peer review, testing and patches. This document explains the practical process and guidelines for contributing.
The Einsteinium Core project operates an open contributor model where anyone is welcome to contribute towards development in the form of peer review, testing and patches. This document explains the practical process and guidelines for contributing.
Firstly in terms of structure, there is no particular concept of “Core developers” in the sense of privileged people. Open source often naturally revolves around meritocracy where longer term contributors gain more trust from the developer community. However, some hierarchy is necessary for practical purposes. As such there are repository “maintainers” who are responsible for merging pull requests as well as a “lead maintainer” who is responsible for the release cycle, overall merging, moderation and appointment of maintainers.
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"Decision Making" Process
-------------------------
The following applies to code changes to the Litecoin Core project (and related projects such as libsecp256k1), and is not to be confused with overall Litecoin Network Protocol consensus changes.
The following applies to code changes to the Einsteinium Core project (and related projects such as libsecp256k1), and is not to be confused with overall Einsteinium Network Protocol consensus changes.
Whether a pull request is merged into Litecoin Core rests with the project merge maintainers and ultimately the project lead.
Whether a pull request is merged into Einsteinium Core rests with the project merge maintainers and ultimately the project lead.
Maintainers will take into consideration if a patch is in line with the general principles of the project; meets the minimum standards for inclusion; and will judge the general consensus of contributors.
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- not break the existing test suite;
- where bugs are fixed, where possible, there should be unit tests demonstrating the bug and also proving the fix. This helps prevent regression.
Patches that change Litecoin consensus rules are considerably more involved than normal because they affect the entire ecosystem and so must be preceded by extensive mailing list discussions and have a numbered BIP. While each case will be different, one should be prepared to expend more time and effort than for other kinds of patches because of increased peer review and consensus building requirements.
Patches that change Einsteinium consensus rules are considerably more involved than normal because they affect the entire ecosystem and so must be preceded by extensive mailing list discussions and have a numbered BIP. While each case will be different, one should be prepared to expend more time and effort than for other kinds of patches because of increased peer review and consensus building requirements.
###Peer Review
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Where a patch set affects consensus critical code, the bar will be set much higher in terms of discussion and peer review requirements, keeping in mind that mistakes could be very costly to the wider community. This includes refactoring of consensus critical code.
Where a patch set proposes to change the Litecoin consensus, it must have been discussed extensively on the mailing list and IRC, be accompanied by a widely discussed BIP and have a generally widely perceived technical consensus of being a worthwhile change based on the judgement of the maintainers.
Where a patch set proposes to change the Einsteinium consensus, it must have been discussed extensively on the mailing list and IRC, be accompanied by a widely discussed BIP and have a generally widely perceived technical consensus of being a worthwhile change based on the judgement of the maintainers.
Release Policy
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The project leader is the release manager for each Litecoin Core release.
The project leader is the release manager for each Einsteinium Core release.
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// Add predefined macros for your project here. For example:
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