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Tezos Octez implementation
Tezos is a blockchain that offers both consensus and meta-consensus, by which we mean that Tezos comes to consensus both about the state of its ledger, and also about how the
protocol and the nodes should adapt and upgrade.
For more information about the project, see https://tezos.com.
taking part in the
available at https://tezos.gitlab.io/.
The Tezos software
This repository hosts Octez, an implementation of the Tezos blockchain.
Octez provides a node, a client, a baker, an endorser, an accuser, and other tools, distributed with the Tezos economic protocols of Mainnet for convenience.
In more detail, this git repository contains:
the source code, in directory src/
tests (mainly system tests):
in a Python testing and execution framework, under tests_python/
in an OCaml system testing framework for Tezos called Tezt, under tezt/
the developer documentation of the Tezos software, under docs/
a few third-party libraries, adapted for Tezos, under vendors/
The Tezos software may run either on the nodes of
the main Tezos network (mainnet) or on various Tezos test
The documentation for developers, including developers of the Tezos software
and developer of Tezos applications and tools, is available
online at https://tezos.gitlab.io/. This documentation is always in
sync with the master branch which may however be slightly
desynchronized with the code running on the live networks.
The source code of Octez is placed under the MIT Open Source
All development of the Tezos code happens on
GitLab at https://gitlab.com/tezos/tezos. Merge requests
(https://gitlab.com/tezos/tezos/-/merge_requests) should usually
master branch; see the contribution
The issue tracker at https://gitlab.com/tezos/tezos/issues can be used
to report bugs and to request new simple features. The Tezos Agora
forum is another great place to
discuss the future of Tezos with the community at large.
Development of the Tezos protocol
The core of the Tezos software that implements the economic ruleset is
called the protocol. Unlike the rest of the source code, updates to the
protocol must be further adopted through the Tezos
contributors are encouraged to synchronize their contributions to
minimize the number of protocol proposals that the stakeholders have
to study and to maximize the throughput of the voting procedure.
Links to community websites are gathered in the following community portals:
https://developers.tezos.com/ (for developers of applications built on Tezos)