Great to have an explicit & detailed post to reference, as well as a path for accountability.
Minor update to remove contingency language around the Grants Council and Protocol Delegation Program now that both proposals have passed
I’m so glad seeing a project with so much care about the character and behaviors of the member. I have so much people with different personality in the crypto space but with these guidelines and delegate code of conduct in a clear language. I’m sure everyone is set to order
Consider sharing this in Discord too. Degens tend to forget there are real people behind these accounts
facts!, stay optimistic!
Updated to reflect the below:
Added: Delegates may not vote for their own candidacy in an election.
Clarified: While the code of conduct stipulates that delegates may not vote on their own candidacy in elections, in the case of approval/ranked choice votes, delegates may vote for themselves, so long as they also cast votes for the remaining elected positions.
Example: I can vote for my own candidacy on the Growth Experiments committee, so long as I also cast 4 additional votes (a total of 5 votes, as there are 5 open positions on the sub-committee.)
Added: The delegate code of conduct will not cover all possible scenarios and edge cases. We ask that delegates please act in accordance with the spirit of the code of conduct and refrain from exploiting loopholes that may exist.
IF I delegate my OP to another wallet and this wallet vote, can I get snapshot ?
Thank you very mucn.
Explicitly written in simple and clear English
thats so clear , thank you for spending time to write it
This is a well-written and comprehensive Delegate Code of Conduct for the OP Token House community. It clearly outlines the rules and expectations for active delegates and covers a wide range of topics from inclusivity and professionalism to good faith and accountability. The rules of engagement for the Forum is also included which is a great addition. The emphasis on transparency, constructive feedback, and empathy towards community members is commendable and will help maintain a positive and productive atmosphere within the community. The fact that this code of conduct will go into effect at the start of Special Voting Cycle #9a is also a good move as it gives delegates adequate time to familiarize themselves with the rules and expectations. Overall, this code of conduct is a step in the right direction towards building a strong and healthy community.
Hello,where I can see listing of my delegates voting history?want to make sure they aren’t asleep at the wheel
I use https://boardroom.io/
Wow, this it!! Thanks for this
It is very very good!
Very good guidelines and direction with transparency in focus along with community input.
i agree with it!
Proud to be part of the Optimism Collective!
Totally agree, let’s go down this route
Very democratic ! All the best for OP!
The delegate code of conduct is precise and good concised