The DAO is governed by its community, as expressed through MAPE NFT voting.1
Multi-sig transactions and signatures, as well as updates to DAO processes, must be ratified by this process prior to their implementation.
Phase 0: Discussion.
Authors are encouraged to create a proposal discussion thread in the
#proposal-workshop channel of the DAO Discord to receive the community's feedback.
You can use the proposal template as a starting point. When writing your proposal, try to be as detailed as possible in your specification. Only include what is necessary—short, specific proposals are best.
Phase 1: Temperature Check.
Once finalized, authors can submit their proposals to the DAO's Temperature Check Space. The Temperature Check Space grants addresses one vote per MAPE NFT.
As the DAO's Service Provider, dao-lawfirm.eth maintains the right to revoke Temperature Check proposals which are malicious, exploitative, or otherwise in bad faith.
Proposals in the Temperature Check Space will be archived after fifty-six (56) days.
If you need help uploading a proposal to Snapshot, tag a contributor in Discord.
Phase 2: Consensus.
As the DAO's Service Provider, dao-lawfirm.eth maintains the right to revoke Consensus proposals which are malicious, exploitative, or otherwise in bad faith.
Phase 3: Execution.
Once voting closes, proposals with at least 66% approval are queued for execution by the Multi-sig. "Abstain" votes are not included in this calculation.
In an emergency scenario, the Multi-sig can take onchain actions if explicit public approval from 80 percent or more of Multi-sig signers and explicit public approval from dao-lawfirm.eth are received.
dao-lawfirm.eth must provide a summary and an explanation of any such action(s) within 72 hours of its execution.