Governance is at the heart of Aragon. Unlike solidified layer 1 protocols like Bitcoin, Aragon is a growing network. Decisions need to be made. It’s essential that the process of decision making is smooth and that the results of decision making are transparent.
Hardly anyone engages in Aragon governance proposals or discussions.
Very few ANT holders vote.
AGP UX is unfortunately high friction. Even after the emergency vote, I spent more time just trying to understand and comply with the AGP process than I did actually drafting and editing the AGPs themselves.
Knowledge graphs could help make the AGP process more clear to all parties involved.
A more intuitive AGP flow could help make the AGP process more clear to all parties involved.
Currently we use Discourse and GitHub to manage Aragon Network Votes. An ANV DAO would allow us to dogfood our own software, creating an example of a transparent and trust-less governance process. Then the Aragon Network would be a real DAO leading by example.
- This could be accomplished with a modified Aragon Democracy DAO template and the P2P Models Wiki app. Permissions can be set on the Wiki app so that only some token holders (AGP editors and/or the AA) have the ability to edit and/or add proposals. Then once a proposal is in the DAO ANT holders could vote to approve or deny it.