We have published version 0.2 of the document, dated December 31, 2019. We thank all the received contributions. You can see the specific changes in the “diff” file in this repo. To finalize this cycle of development of the ZKProof Community Reference, and prepare for the next one, we are opening a call for feedback on the current version.
The period Jan 01 to Mar 31 (2020) is open for public feedback on all aspects of the ZKProof Community Reference version 0.2. The feedback will be helpful to prepare topics of discussion at the 3rd ZKProof workshop (April 20 – May 21), which will kick-off a new cycle open to contributions. Please send your feedback by email to [email protected].
- Daniel Benarroch, QEDIT
- Luis Brandao, NIST
- Eran Tromer, Columbia University and TAU
We have defined an editorial process to improve the ZKProof Community Reference in a collaborative manner. Every year, after the annual ZKProof Workshop, a new cycle of editing will begin, starting from the discussions that take place at the workshop. The ZKProof Community Reference is based on the ZKProof Proceedings from the 1st workshop) and the papers that are submitted yearly ZKProof Community Proposals.
The complete and up-to-date list of contributions can be found here. Each contribution is tagged as suggested, confirmed, submitted and integrated as per its current status, which allows the community to track the state of the contributions. Contributions may be of several types, such as: writing a new section or paragraph; creating or editing a table; upgrading the bibliography; editing typos, etc.
Step 1 (by July 16th): Confirm intent to contribute and identify items of contribution
If your name appears in the list of contributors or you want to volunteer with a new suggestion, then, by June 22nd, please do:
- Send an email to [email protected] confirming (or refuting) your contribution, including the details listed below; or
- Submit the initial explanation as a GitHub issue in the zkreference repository (see the existing issues as examples).
If you confirmed your proposed contribution through email, or by default if you’ve volunteered earlier but do not confirm, the editors will create the GitHub Issue for the identified contribution (see the existing issues).
Each contribution should be accompanied by an explanation, which the editors will later use in a “diff” file (that will cross reference all changes with their explanations). The explanation should include:
- Issue title: <a title for the contribution; 3-10 words>
- Proposed contribution: <brief description and motivation about the change; 20-50 words>
- Related locations: <location in the (Reference or Proposal) document where the contribution should be added>
- Proposed contributors: _
- Contribution context: <e.g., which session in the ZKProof workshop motivated this>
Step 2 (by September 10th): Submit the contributions
Choose any of these three official methods to submit your contribution:
- Email to contributors: send an email with your contribution and the (possibly revised) explanation to [email protected]
- GitHub issues: submit the contribution to the GitHub issue previously created about the intended contribution.
- GitHub pull requests: you can also submit a GitHub pull request to the master branch of the zkreference repository with the contribution integrated into the LaTeX document.