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The seventh Open Governance Call, announced by Sinkas, discussed various topics including a Strategic Framework by RadioflyerMQ, based on insights from over 15,000 respondents. Despite concerns about potential changes to the ARB budget and grant eligibility criteria, the call promoted transparency and inclusivity, with the community showing active participation and interest in the governance.
This discussion revolves around the seventh Open Governance Call that was announced by Sinkas and scheduled for 18th October. The agenda was flexible, covering topics such as STIP Reflection, Security Council Round 2, and proposals by Mysterymen and RadioflyerMQ. The call was conducted on Google Meet and was recorded for public review. Notably, RadioflyerMQ added the unveiling of their Strategic Framework to the agenda, a framework based on insights from over 15,000 respondents. There were also questions raised by Viperr about potential changes to the ARB budget and grant eligibility criteria.
The community showed active participation in the discussion. Viperr raised concerns about the ARB budget and grant eligibility criteria, indicating a keen interest in the governance of the community. RadioflyerMQ contributed to the agenda with their Strategic Framework, showing a proactive approach. After the call, Englandzz requested access to the transcript, demonstrating the community's interest in staying informed about the discussions.
The Open Governance Call is a positive initiative as it promotes transparency and inclusivity within the community. The fact that the call was recorded and the transcript was made available to the public ensures that everyone has access to the information discussed. The addition of the Strategic Framework by RadioflyerMQ, based on insights from a large number of respondents, is a positive step towards data-driven decision making.
There were concerns raised by Viperr about potential changes to the ARB budget and grant eligibility criteria. This indicates that there may be some uncertainty or lack of clarity about these aspects within the community. However, Sinkas responded that there was only a small discussion about a STIP round 2, and nothing was concrete yet, which might not fully address the concerns raised.
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