Terra Classic core developer has proposed eliminating the canonical LUNC repository.
Edward Kim opened the floor to a conversation about his proposal.
If this passes, the Classic repo will no longer serve as the canonical repository.
Edward Kim, a developer for Terra Classic and an associate professor at Drexel University, has advocated doing away with the canonical repository currently in use for the Terra Classic network.
Following this, the active validator set, rather than a centralized authority, will be responsible for monitoring any modifications to the code that developers make; this will promote the cause of decentralization.
On Thursday, Ed presented the idea to the community and opened the floor to a conversation about it by describing its components and the thinking that went into developing it.