Bitcoin Script Project: Sharing Resources On The State of Bitcoin Development
The Bitcoin Script Project is a concept for open initiative to communicate and share resources about dynamic state of Bitcoin development and its scripting language. It will be a platform hosting series of curated content pages discussing the progress around script and its promising outlook.
"Introducing the Bitcoin Script Project, an idea," wrote @bergealex4.
"Bitcoin is missing a cohesive technological narrative. Over last couple of years, Lightning shifted most of the attention towards secondary layers, leaving little exposure to the innovation & progress made around Bitcoin script."
"It's become difficult to gauge pulse of Bitcoin development amidst all noise in industry. Podcasts, blogs, conference talks, Twitter threads. Information is scattered around & sometimes too technical to provide high-level perspective of how all the various efforts fit together."
"As industry matures, we have an opportunity to galvanize efforts in progress by informing users about impact this work might have on Bitcoin and how they interact with it. A 10,000 foot view of where the ecosystem stands should also inspire new developers to join in on the fun!"
"The Bitcoin Script Project is an open initiative created to communicate and share resources about dynamic state of Bitcoin development and its scripting language. A platform hosting series of curated content pages discussing the progress around script and its promising outlook."
"There is world of possibilities open to us once we've gathered sufficient material. Project highlights, case studies, user stories/profiles, diagrams & visualization, etc. My goal is to create a holistic venue accessible to technically curious/inclined as much as hardcore devs."
"As you might've guessed this isn't exactly a one-man job. No one man should have all that power anyways! In due time, I'll need help w/ website, design, data as well as content & editorial direction. It is still early but please reach out of if you have any ideas or feedback!"