When a user proposes a new RFC, it is common for them to have prepared a draft/work-in-progress (WIP) pull request that implements the proposed RFC. This can often be very helpful for reviewers of the RFC.
For example, in the recent squash-merge RFC, @markrobinson included a draft/WIP pull request with his RFC. This helped other members of the Bors community provide more concrete feedback on the RFC, and led to substantive discussion and changes to both the RFC and the pull request.
I think it would be good to add a “Draft/Work-in-Progress Pull Request (Optional)” section to the bottom of the Discourse template for RFCs.
Of course, this section would be purely optional.
What do people think of this idea?
This seems like a pretty small change to the RFC template, which is why I didn’t make a process RFC. But I’m happy to make a process RFC if @notriddle or anyone else would like a more formal discussion of this idea.