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Nebulas’ Decentralized Ways — Part 2
Proof of Devotion (PoD) Community Governance Updates
Chinese version: https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/LVWUkWDZmxXBC4n9X8Z1yg
We have recently published a previous article on the status of Nebulas’ Decentralization Practices: Proof of Devotion (PoD) Community Governance Half-Year Practice Review. It presents the results and lessons learned from the six months of community governance.
In this part of the Decentralized Practice, we will discuss two topics:
- The Boundaries of Decentralized Governance.
- How to Achieve Long-Term Governance.
It also provides a new community governance solution that includes both proposal processing rule changes and product upgrades.
Broad scope of proposals; difficult to implement on time.
In the 2019, the PoD Node Program launched with the original design to make a system where “All community members can make their own comments and suggestions on the future development of the Nebulas blockchain on Go.nebulas” including but not limited to:
- Nebulas mainnet network research.
- Community collaboration process optimization, governance recommendations, etc.
- Upgrade iteration, bug submission for existing Nebulas community products.
- Development and Maintenance of community ecosystem products
- Community operations and market expansion
All ecosystem suggestions can be proposed, which is an ideal structure for a one-stop solution to all problems. In practice, however, some proposals require special care:
- Bug reports sometimes require immediate intervention and the Nebulas Foundation deems it doesn’t have time for PoD governance approval. ...
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