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Top LUNC Dev Submits Proposal for No Canonical Repo on Terra Classic

The LUNC community has started voting on a new proposal rolled out by a top contributor and core LUNC developer regarding the Terra Classic blockchain’s GitHub repository.

Edward Kim, the author of the proposal and the Terra Grants Program team lead proposed that Terra Classic should have no canonical repository. He recommended that guardianship of the code that runs on the LUNC blockchain should be determined solely by the active network validators.

In other words, Kim, who prefers a completely decentralized LUNC project, contested that the Terra Classic code base should not be controlled by any developer group or centralized entity. Alongside this, Kim proposed that the procedure of using code commit hashes (starting with the current code hash) should be the preferred method of upgrading the Terra Classic blockchain. 

In highlighting the motives behind the proposal which he submitted for voting on January 5, the core LUNC developer disclosed that the Terra Classic L1 developers are being held back from pushing their LUNC development function due to the team’s inability to access the current Terra Classic canonical repository. 

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This is because the current Classic canonical repo is subject to the approval of Do Kwon’s TerraForm Labs team. The Terra Classic L1 developers do not have “write access” to the current canonical repository, Edward Kim wrote.

The core LUNC developer disclosed that the TFL team, which has the “write access” to the latest Terra Classic canonical repo dubbed “classic” is no longer working on the Classic chain. As a matter of necessity, Kim stressed the need to eliminate or change the project’s GitHub canonical repo in the proposal. 

He said;

By voting YES, you are communicating that you believe that there is no central canonical repository required for the Terra Classic blockchain, and you support the procedure of using code commit hashes (starting with the current code hash) as the preferred method of upgrading the blockchain.

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By voting NO, you are communicating that you would like the canonical repository to stay as the Terra Rebel’s classic repository, https://github.com/terra-rebels/classic-core 19, or you would prefer that we propose to change the canonical repository instead.

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Ndianabasi Tom
Ndianabasi Tom
Ndianabasi Tom joined the crypto and blockchain industry in late 2018. He is an all-rounded crypto journalist and content writer. At TimesTabloid, he covers the industry's latest news, developments, and other educational content. He is a graduate of Petroleum Engineering.
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