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MarcZeller proposed a modification to the Cap Update Framework, renaming it to the "Direct-to-AIP Framework" for a more streamlined governance process, bypassing TEMP CHECK & ARFC stages. The proposal, which includes the addition of an emission manager role and allows for actions like freezing reserve on all pools, will advance to the Snapshot stage if consensus is reached, marking a significant shift in the governance process.
The discussion primarily revolved around a proposal put forth by MarcZeller to modify the existing Cap Update Framework. The proposed changes include renaming it to the "Direct-to-AIP Framework" and introducing a more streamlined governance process for specific protocol actions. This new framework would bypass the TEMP CHECK & ARFC stages, moving directly to the AIP stage.
The proposal also suggested the addition of an emission manager role, which is expected to be widely accepted by the community. The Direct-to-AIP Framework would enable actions such as freezing reserve on all pools on any protocol version, updating caps on all pools on V3 markets, and defining a new emission manager on any token, on any market. However, certain conditions would need to be met for cap changes or FreezeReserve() implementations.
The discussion concluded with the agreement that if consensus is reached on this proposal, it will advance to the Snapshot stage. If the Snapshot outcome is YAE, the proposal will be considered canon and the guidelines will be adopted. This proposal represents a significant shift in the governance process, aiming to make it more efficient and responsive to the needs of the community.
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Last updated 09/12 13:52