#5 Arbitrum Open Governance Call (23.08.2023)

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The Open Governance Call, a regular meeting for discussing DAO initiatives, held its fifth session on August 23, 2023, with the next one slated for September 20, 2023. A special discussion proposed by Shotaro to consider reducing the Censorship Delay from 24 to 4 hours is scheduled for September 6th, indicating active community participation and interest in DAO governance.

What is this about?

This discussion revolves around the Open Governance Call, a regular meeting held by the community to discuss ongoing DAO initiatives, proposals, and updates. The fifth call was announced by Krst and took place on August 23, 2023, with the next one scheduled for September 20, 20231,6. The agenda for these calls typically includes updates from the Arbitrum Foundation and an open mic session.

In addition to these regular meetings, Shotaro proposed a special discussion to consider decreasing the Censorship Delay from 24 hours to 4 hours. This meeting was confirmed and scheduled for September 6th at 17:00 UTC3,7,9.

How is the community reacting?

The community is actively participating in these discussions. Kubilay_MatrixedLink suggested discussing the recent temperature check vote in the next call2. ModalQuant expressed interest in discussing Gauntlet’s USDC.e Initial Migration Report in the upcoming call4.

Why this is positive?

The active participation and engagement of community members in these discussions is a positive sign. It shows that the community is invested in the governance of the DAO and is willing to contribute to its development. The regular scheduling of these calls also ensures that everyone is kept up-to-date with the latest developments and can voice their opinions and suggestions.

Why this is negative?

While the summaries do not explicitly mention any negative aspects, it's worth noting that the proposal to decrease the Censorship Delay could potentially lead to hasty decisions if not properly managed. However, this is speculative and the actual impact will depend on the community's discussion and decision3.

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