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Suggestions for XRP Ledger enhancements

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Hey @JoelKatz it would probably be best if you created a Club with these various topics listed in a single location. Maybe one of the moderators @Pablo, @Mercury, @Global, @Morty, @xrphilosophy, could help you get that set-up. It would probably be a good thing if they could also pin it to the "Active Topics" list so that everyone can see it  regardless of what topic heading they under.

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Posted (edited)

Clubs have a very limited visibility, but I agree that this is maybe not the optimal format... I am unsure what would be though - GitHub issues? Formal RFCs? Chat rooms? Anyways, thanks for engaging an open discussion about these ideas in the first place, since so far it felt a lot like features were either implemented out of personal motivation or business needs and not widely feedbacked before a Pull Request landed.

Let's hope a few more developers from Ripple will also join the discussion on here! :-)

 

Edit: Here's a helpful post by @Hodor that links to all the threads (probably better to have this on the first page of the thread here):

 

6 hours ago, Hodor said:
Edited by Sukrim

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Re:Performance and Resource Consumption

For me the memory requirements are the most expensive aspect of running a stock node. Assuming memory will get cheaper, keeping the requirement of ~16-32gb, no matter what the future average tps is would be very helpful to the average Joe's budgeting. 

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10 minutes ago, Pablo said:

@JoelKatz If you need any help, just let me know. We can help create a separate sub if things become unwieldy but your suggestion to create separate threads and cross-links works fine too.

For now, I can feature this thread so you can treat it as the hub for the other threads.

 

Thanks @Pablo!

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Posted (edited)

"technological dead end" - shots fired!

I really enjoy you, David. You do great work and communicate well. Thanks - I wish you the best.

Edit: From a product point of view, I really like the idea of robust auditing. Given the complexity of features offered by XRP,  the need for log compliance,  a demand for "tier 0" SIEM integration , actionable log workflows, forensics, etc - clients certainly will appreciate attention here. 

 

Edited by Undershoes

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I'm not sure if this is reasonable but something I think would be useful is an option to require a condition with EscrowCancel like EscrowFinish has.  This would be useful for letting a 3rd party decide whether the funds get transferred or not and not relying on a time based lock.

Edited by mitchlang009

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Hello. Would you ever consider bringing back ripple names (e.g. ~xrpchat)?  Would it add value to certain use cases to make it simpler to identify a payee?

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Thanks for this. Checks seem like a no-brainer considering Ripple's partners. 

Are the ideas about robustness related to Stellar's network outage in any way? 

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"The suggested improvements in this category add new capabilities such as an XRP-collateralized stablecoin and ways to ease the burden of the 20 XRP account reserve."

 

Because it's going to be very costly holding 20 xrp worth as the wallet reserve...

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22 hours ago, JoelKatz said:

We’ve been working on a number of possible features and design changes that could be introduced to the XRP Ledger, and we want input from the entire community about these features.

Sounds like you have already built the features and as kitao would say "just have to press button" to implement them. :biggrin: Whats the ETA?

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