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As Block Producers inch closer to the launch of a single mainnet, interested members of the EOS Community have begun to ask questions. Many of those questions are related to the Worker Proposal process. In the spirit of asking questions, Thomas Cox recently reached out to the community to discuss the approach that the Worker Proposal team is following to design a Worker Proposal System and present it to the EOS community for adoption. Thomas released a short video here to announce this:
In the spirit of asking the right questions, the team that has coalesced around this project has framed its questions in a roadmap to help guide its thinking:
What is being built? How will it run? How will it run well? How will it keep running? How will its future usefulness be ensured? How will systemic abuse be prevented?
Using the roadmap, the team has begun asking deeper, more meaningful questions. Finding good answers to these questions will help us propose a system design to the community that works well and strengthens the EOS ecosystem.
The Worker Proposal Team is keen to open this discussion to the greater EOS community. To enable ongoing conversation with anyone interested in joining the discussion, a Telegram Group: EOSIO Worker Proposal System has been created and can be accessed here: https://t.me/joinchat/HK94zgwZVgyUdksD5siVww. The Telegram channel will be used for free-form discussion and early-phase ideation by members of the the Worker Proposal Team and members of the community.
In addition, the EOSGo Worker Proposal forum will be the system of record that will be used by the Worker Proposal team to formally communicate progress, request and gather community feedback, and present possible solutions; it will also be used by the community to formally submit ideas, escalate concerns, and provide material feedback. Join the conversation here: https://forums.eosgo.io/categories/worker-proposals
The following is an informal timeline that the Worker Proposal Team is targetting.
The Worker Proposal System is one of the most important pieces of the EOS puzzle, and it is one of the more difficult pieces to get right. We look forward to real, in-depth discussions with the community as we all work together to build a system that addresses the most important questions in a way that works.