The ZKProof Community Reference is one of the ways that ZKProof promotes best practices. Best practices enable the field to develop in the proper way, by bringing together a common set of guidelines derived from experience, that allow others working on the field to ensure the security and interoperability for their system.
On December 31st, 2019, the editors of the ZKProof Community Reference published version 0.2 of the document. We thank all the received contributions. You can see the specific changes in this diff file. This is a live document, undergoing a cycle of development. Check the Call for Feedback below.
We are 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] . When commenting on specific portions of text, please refer to the line numbers in the “annotated changes” version. Note that the ZKProof community forum also remains as a resource for community discussion.