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The STIP proposals' first round in the delegate communication thread, initiated by Oxytocin, focused on the voting process, sustainable growth incentives, and integrations with other developers or protocols. The community actively participated, showing unity and consensus, although some lesser-known protocols hadn't reached quorum yet, indicating potential lack of attention or support.
This discussion revolves around the first round of STIP proposals in the delegate communication thread initiated by Oxytocin1. The focus is on the voting process, with a particular emphasis on proposals that did not pass quorum at the time of voting, those that proposed incentives for sustainable growth, and those that offered integrations with other developers or protocols. The STIP dashboard created by raholloway was used to navigate the votes1.
The community seems to be actively participating in the voting process, with Oxytocin highlighting a few lesser-known protocols that hadn't reached quorum yet but were worth considering: Furucombo, Magpie, and Notional1. The community's reaction to the majority of the projects Oxytocin planned to support was overwhelmingly positive, as they passed FOR1.
The active participation and engagement of the community in the voting process is a positive sign. It shows that the community members are taking an interest in the growth and development of the protocols. The fact that the majority of the projects Oxytocin planned to support passed overwhelmingly FOR indicates that the community is in agreement with Oxytocin's choices, which is a positive sign of unity and consensus1.
While the overall reaction is positive, the fact that some lesser-known protocols hadn't reached quorum yet could be seen as a negative aspect. It suggests that these protocols may not be getting the attention or support they need from the community. However, Oxytocin's highlighting of these protocols may help to bring them to the community's attention1.
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