Many changes, including bug fixes and documentation improvements can be implemented and reviewed via the normal GitHub pull request workflow.
Some changes though are "substantial", and we ask that these be put through a bit of a design process and produce a consensus among the Rust and WebAssembly community.
The "RFC" (request for comments) process is intended to provide a consistent and controlled path for substantial changes and additions to enter the Rust and WebAssembly ecosystem, so that all stakeholders can be confident about the direction the ecosystem is evolving in.
When does a change require an RFC? How does an RFC get approved or rejected? What is the RFC life cycle?
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