Render Network Proposals are the main venue for community driven suggestions that better the network.
Guidelines for RNPs
Members should research previous proposals to ensure that their RNP has not already been submitted or does not conflict with a proposal up for vote.
RNPs that conflict with a proposal that is currently up for vote, will only be put up for vote after a significant time has elapsed from when the first proposal was voted on in order to avoid conflicts and wasted effort.
RNPs will be removed from consideration if they involve illegal activity, hate speech, pornographic material, or do not represent the mission or values of the Render Network.
Technically infeasible RNPs will be removed from consideration during the review period - i.e. a component of the review process is assessing whether RNPs are actionable.
Our foundation facilitates the governance process through the Render Network proposal system.
Equality: It is important that everyone feels like they have a voice no matter their background and however small or large they are. The network is working to bring high end 3D graphics and related digital experiences to anyone with a creative vision.
Constructiveness: The network is more than the sum of its parts, and looks for positive contributions to building the future of decentralized GPU computing.
Transparency: Decisions will be publicly communicated openly and communication channels will provide open, publicly accessible forums to debate the future of RNPs.
See more on the Github.