I gotta say, as weird as this process is, it’s certainly not boring.
Greetings Planet Aragon,
Super excited to propose Edgeware Lockdrop participation - lots of similar values (We focus on on-chain protocol governance) and we’re built on Substrate too.
Hey doods, basic question. I tend to get lost in all of the Aragon docs. Can someone direct me to something that will tell me how to vote?
While we do not have a blog post with the final details for the AGP #2 vote just yet, you can check out the previous one for examples of how you will be able to vote on this round as well.
We’ll have a blog post with the information for this round coming up ahead of the vote as well with exact details pertaining to this round.
@alberreman there’s also WIP documentation about voting that will have a permanent home in the wiki:
Specific details about each vote will be published in a blog post as @tatu said but that documentation describes at a high level how voting on AGPs works.
Thanks! I already have an understanding of the AGP process, but I have just never participated in a vote before. I bought my first ANT last night though for the upcoming ballot, so I wanted to make sure to plan ahead
Cross-posting this here for anyone interested:
OP updated with a link to the final details blog post for Aragon Network Vote #2.
Here is a very quick recap of the ongoing proposals for ANV#2. Hope this helps a bit synthesize all the information!
Just read this! Thanks for sharing
Unfortunately, this meeting wasn’t well attended, and I wasn’t able to record for some reason:
Thank you to @LouisGrx for joining, and asking some great questions. I’d like to try again on Thursday, how about 2 pm UTC?
If anyone is able to help setup a youtube live call, that would be super appreciated.
Meanwhile, here is a brief FAQ format doc I put together comments are open and welcome: https://hackmd.io/zpvdppBBS4Cp3_0dgKVIjw
I’m all for security. It’s essential. Everything that ships to end users needs to be audited and secure.
That being said, I don’t have the time/skills/background to ask meaningful question about your proposal (AGP-37). I support ongoing security, but the forum thread, hackmd doc, and proposal don’t say much. You’re communicating to a broader community that doesn’t have domain specific knowledge in the field of contract/application security and a little education/marketing would go a long way.
I’d really like to see more info explaining what exactly you guys do, how that relates to other offerings/services on the market, and why it adds direct value to the Aragon platform beyond the cost of the service. Obviously security good / hacks bad, but how will the services provided by ConsenSys Diligence Inc help Aragon stand out as the market leader in decentralized community/org management? Also, if that info has already been shared elsewhere and I’m just late to the party please share it here!
Yes… that’s a recurring theme, and seems like a good opportunity to educate the community. I will aim to put something together outlining what we do, and what questions are important for you to ask.
Aragon Network Vote #2 is now over!
Here is a Twitter thread with the final results:
You can also see the results for yourself directly on-chain using the AGP Voting app: https://mainnet.aragon.org/#/governance.aragonproject.eth/0x277bfcf7c2e162cb1ac3e9ae228a3132a75f83d4
A blog post with a more detailed analysis of the final results of the vote will be published in the coming days.
Thank you everyone who participated!
Updated the OP with a link to the final results blog post.
Included in the blog post is a link to a survey that we invite all Aragon community members, voters and non-voters alike, to participate in and help us continue to improve the AGP process: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YPH7DYZ
I just published “Aragon Network Vote #2 Review”, welcome thoughts on this but I think most of what could be said has been said