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The discussion focused on Dpark's proposal to increase the CRV supply cap in the Polygon v3 market to 2,000,000, which sparked debate due to non-compliance with community guidelines. The incident highlighted the importance of adhering to governance documentation and process when proposing changes.
The discussion primarily revolved around the proposal by Dpark to increase the supply cap of CRV in the Polygon v3 market to 2,000,0001. This suggestion sparked a debate within the community, with various members weighing in on the potential implications of such a move.
However, MarcZeller raised a crucial point, noting that the proposal did not comply with the community guidelines for ARFCs3. He advised Dpark to revisit the governance documentation and process to ensure that any future proposals are in line with the established rules and regulations. This intervention underscored the importance of adhering to community guidelines when proposing changes, highlighting the need for all members to familiarize themselves with the governance documentation and process.
In conclusion, while the idea of increasing the supply cap of CRV in the Polygon v3 market was put forward, it was met with resistance due to non-compliance with community guidelines. The discussion served as a reminder of the importance of adhering to community rules when proposing changes, ensuring that all proposals are thoroughly vetted and in line with the community's governance structure.
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