- Facebook’s Libra announced the update on maintainer, lead maintainer, and libra improvement proposals (LIP).
- TSC also appointed four maintainers, which are going to play a crucial role in the libra upcoming open-source project.
- The libra association committed to providing transparency in the all-new libra project governance.
The libra association committee (TSC) announced the selection of an interim lead maintainer. TSC also appointed four maintainers, which are going to play a crucial role in the libra upcoming open-source project. So, all five are going to take part in technical governance. Also, after filling up all these roles, Libra is going to announce its improvement proposals (LIP) program.
Facebook’s libra association committed to providing transparency in the all-new libra project governance. It’s evident that public involvement of the open-source community to provide support to the libra payment system.
The all-new libra LIP will improve the features and functioning of the libra payment methods. The proposal will address Libra’s core blockchain protocol, operation standards, smart contracts, development platforms, APIs, and many different chain mechanisms.
This LIP operated under Libra association governance. So, the technical authority of the TSC will take the final decision.
Libra Association Announced Interim Lead Maintainer and Maintainers
According to the news, Dahlia malkhi appointed as the interim lead maintainer by TSC. She is a well-known researcher, and also an author focuses on the areas of reliability and security od a distributed system.
She is going to be role a lead in the team of five maintainers. Dahlia will assist by the other four project maintainer Sam Blackshear, co-creator of Move and MoveVM, Avery ching, co-creator of the LibraBFT consensus protocol, Kevin hurley, caliber technical lead, and David wolinsky, co-creator of libra security architecture for the safety in the libra blockchain.
TSC will also select other domain experts from the member organizations for maintainer positions.