29th Token House Community Call Summary - (AI-generated, view call for accuracy)
This call will be renamed to Token House Community Call to distinguish it from the Citizens’ House Community Call.
Representatives from Base joined the call:
- Saemi Kim, Governance Lead
- Rowan Stone, Business Operations Lead
Voting Cycle 16a (7 proposals) is open for voting and ends on 25th October, 2023.
Collective Values: Simona leads an effort to establish collective values for the Optimism ecosystem. Justine underscores the importance of aligning values to guide collective decisions. The list of collective values will be posted in the governance forum for feedback.
- Transparency: Emphasizing the importance of openness and clarity in processes and actions.
- Accessibility: Ensuring that resources and information are readily available and usable by all participants.
- Collaboration: Promoting cooperative efforts and teamwork among community members.
- Long-term Thinking: Encouraging a forward-looking perspective that considers the consequences of decisions over time.
- Impact: Focusing on making a positive difference and creating meaningful outcomes.
- Iterative Innovation: Valuing a continuous process of improvement, including learning from mistakes and iterating on solutions.
- Community Empowerment: Empowering individual community members and recognizing their role in shaping the collective’s direction.
Anticapture Commission: Michael discusses the Anticapture Commission, emphasizing its opt-in nature and eligible delegate list. The allocation of 10 million voting power for the Anticapture Commission is questioned during the call, advocating for higher representation. Justine provides insights into the rationale behind the allocation and the commission’s aim to reward high-impact delegates.
Code of Conduct Violations: Delegates recommend referring technical decisions to the Code of Conduct Council in case of insufficient quorum or majority. A vote is live for the Code of Conduct Council Budget.
Developer Advisory Board: The initial list of Developer Advisory Board members nominated by the Foundation was introduced, and the budget allocation per member for the season was mentioned (12,500 OP). The advisory board’s role was clarified, which involves assisting councils, especially with technical aspects of grants and milestones, and addressing decentralization concerns.
Grants Council Voting: The Grants Council’s role in informing decisions across various proposals is highlighted, along with a Security Council vote.
Grants Council Nominations: Changes in Grants Council roles, including new reviewer positions, are discussed. A question about the relationship between the grant council and retroactive public goods funding is raised. Reviewers will evaluate grant milestones and reporting. More nominations for positions are needed. Nominations close on November 1st.
RetroPGF3: The deadline for RetroPGF3 applications is approaching, with the closing date set for October 23rd. Delegates are encouraged to actively promote this program on their social media and personally reach out to potential applicants. A question arises concerning Know Your Customer (KYC) for DAO members. To address this, users are advised to contact Jonas via Discord or participate in the Citizens House Community call scheduled for October 31st.