I hope you don’t take the following as negative criticism, but to be honest, your post left me a bit confused. Intending to express the root of such confusion, here are some comments:
First, you posted a minimal phrase saying “New CHIP proposal” followed by a simple link. I’m not sure what your expectations are with that.
Second, that link redirects to a Github repo that resembles, at some extent, CHIPs proposed structure but at a content level still seems to be at a very early stage in its analytical development, particularly if we compare it with other CHIPs.
Third, in the same repo, the Bitcoin Unlimited forum is cited as the place for relevant discussion for such a “CHIP”. There is no post about it in this Bitcoin Cash Research forum, and it’s not that there has to be, but I have to admit that this cross-reference adds some confusion to the matter. Here is my question, is this intended to be a CHIP or a BUIP? Or both?
Fourth, in the same repo, as a summary, you mention that
Bitcoin Cash Node should support… such and such. I don’t think the idea behind CHIPs is to tell nodes implementations what they should do or should not. CHIPs, if I’m not mistaken, are a process through which different actors in the ecosystem are empowered to bring ideas and proposals. Each node implementation has, or should have, the freedom to put those proposed ideas into practice or reject them according to the criteria they deem most convenient, being accountable to the community. I have no intention of speaking on BCHN’s behalf, but if your wish is for them to implement BMP protocol, perhaps you should speak to them directly; I don’t know if there is a need for a CHIP. Again, just my opinion.
All these points raised some doubts, so if you don’t mind, I would like to hear the opinion of other participants of this forum about it.