While the last two weeks were a bit quiet, we had a brief, but interesting as always, community call with the chance to dig into some topics left out during the previous call.
See recording here: August 15th Community Call
- On Thursday August 17th: there will be an open conversation around the planning, implementation, and follow-up of a series of live education with GravityDAO, you can join the event on Discord and see more in detail what it is about in this post: Education and Training on Conflict Management, with Gravity DAO. There are going to be multiple live sessions, so if you are interested, keep an eye on the Discord server.
- For those interested in becoming a badgeholder for the next round of RetroPGF, check this thread just to signal your interest: Signaling intention to become a Badgeholder. So if you fall into that category, definitely go and put your name down there.
- Voting Cycle 14: The Grants Council proposes repurposing the 2.5M OP that was already approved but not used. Should this proposal pass, Token House would re-allocate 2.5M OP towards Intent 2 as follows:
1M OP increase in budget for Experiments.
1M OP increase in budget for Builders.
Remaining available for both Sub-Committees as buffer (500k OP)
The Future of Optimism Governance: we had a brief summary over our current governance system and how it might evolve, provide more visibility for one or two seasons so we can all be aligned on where we’re going and what the priorities are. To read more in detail and give feedback check: The Future of Optimism Governance, which is a mirror post of the original blog entry in the Optimism Collective blog.
Finalizing the call with an open discussion over a variety of topics such as the opening for proposals for Cycle 15, events that will be available on discord (keep an eye on those!) and as always, clarification for different questions.
We will be having our next community call August 15th! This call we will dive into a deeper discussion on the future of Optimism Governance, so be sure to take a look at this blog post.
As always, feel free to add any topics you’d like to see on the agenda by commenting below.