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The discussion focused on a proposal to allow the Aave team to make certain decisions without community approval for faster decision-making and competitiveness. However, the importance of decentralization and governance was emphasized, with the next protocol update allowing vote delegation to other addresses, balancing agility and due process.
The discussion primarily revolved around the proposal by Laur to allow the Aave team to make certain types of changes without community approval, with the aim of speeding up decision-making and maintaining Aave's competitiveness1. This proposal included decisions related to protocol improvements, UI/UX, and APY of staked AAVE, and was followed by a suggestion for a poll to gauge community sentiment2.
The idea of not requiring governance for every decision was supported by SLaAve3, while Zer0dot proposed an alternative system of vote delegation to prominent contributors, as a way to avoid centralizing governance4. Laur further suggested that the Aave team could propose the types of decisions that could be included in this greenlight and proposed a timespan for this arrangement5.
In response, Stani stated that the next update of the protocol would allow vote delegation to other addresses, emphasizing the importance of decentralization and governance in decision-making, especially for significant changes6. They proposed setting different minimum thresholds for various voting topics to provide flexibility to AIPs and their progress. They also highlighted the need for agile progress on AIPs without compromising the security/diligence of code deployment and due process in voting6.
In conclusion, while there was a proposal to allow the Aave team to make certain decisions without community approval, the importance of decentralization and governance was emphasized. The next update of the protocol will allow vote delegation to other addresses, providing a balance between agility and due process.
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