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Cattin proposed a new system for managing time in ArbitrumDAO governance, structuring activity into 'seasons' for systematic measurement of metrics and providing an organized calendar for delegates. The community's reaction is mixed, with concerns about potential rigidity, but the goal is to enhance predictability and efficiency, not to diminish dynamism.
This discussion revolves around the proposal by Cattin to implement a new system for managing time in ArbitrumDAO governance1. The proposed system aims to structure activity within the DAO into defined periods or 'seasons', allowing for a more systematic measurement of metrics related to proposals, discussions, and delegates in the forum1. The system would also provide a more organized calendar for delegates, with all proposals published in the forum also posted in Snapshot, and results of all voted proposals available at the end of the month1. Additionally, Axlvaz_SEEDLATAM.eth proposed an update to the Security Council Election start date and suggested the possibility of starting votes twice a month3.
The community's reaction to the proposal has been mixed. Menaskop questioned the need for such rigid regulation of the proposal process, suggesting it might make the DAO's work less "alive"2. However, Axlvaz_SEEDLATAM.eth clarified that the goal is not to diminish the DAO's dynamism, but to provide delegates with predictability and efficient time management3. They provided examples of how the latest votes were conducted to illustrate their point3. Menaskop acknowledged the proposal and expressed his intention to consider it along with other DAO members4.
The proposed system could bring about a more organized and predictable structure to the DAO's activities. It would allow for a systematic measurement of metrics related to proposals, discussions, and delegates, and provide a more organized calendar for delegates1. The suggestion to start votes twice a month could also help manage the increasing number of proposals and provide more predictability for the start dates of snapshot votes3.
The proposal could potentially make the DAO's work less "alive" by introducing rigid regulation of the proposal process2. However, it's important to note that the goal is not to diminish the DAO's dynamism, but to provide delegates with predictability and efficient time management3. The proposal is currently in the Request For Comments (RFC) stage, seeking feedback and suggestions from the community1.
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