Changes to governance proposals and voting reward weights (Proposal)

When this proposal is implemented, I think it will incentivize the IC community to submit more Governance proposals. Since Governance motion proposals do not have any code attached, I think it is likely that the vast majority of the proposals that are actionable will rely on Dfinity to implement if they pass. Could you please explain how that will work? How do we know if and when DF will prioritize implementation among existing activities? Or is the vision that most proposals can somehow be implemented by the community? I know there are efforts in progress to make submitting proposals easier for everyone. I suspect there is a plan being developed that enables the community to some day push code with proposals. I’m just trying to get a sense of timeline and expectations from the DF perspective in case this proposal stimulates high interest from the IC community to see more governance proposals due to voting reward changes.

@diegop @johan @jwiegley @Manu @christian @timo

The implementation of this proposal (Introduce voting reward weights and remove default following on the G… · dfinity/ic@eaa04ff · GitHub) is now merged to master (Thursday last week) and will be included in the next Governance canister upgrade proposal (today or tomorrow).


@diegop is this still happening?


Yes it is. NNS frontend dapp will b updated as well


Minor nit: is it possible to enable selecting text in the Proposal Summary? I can’t click on any of the links in the Proposal Summary section for any proposal in the NNS dapp. I also can’t select neuron IDs to copy and paste elsewhere.

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Not all proposals render properly on NNS frontend dapp (being worked on), but I recommend clicking on links from dashboard version of proposal. That’s what I do: Internet Computer Network Status

Thank you for taking the time to clear my doubts.

Your position is correct and I was mistaken.

I contacted the entity responsible for creating the spam proposal directly and they confirmed ICPMaximalist had no part in it.

I must say I’m impressed that you took the time to clear my doubts.

I feel much more confident in Dfinity and ICP. Thank you!

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Thank you @Johnchiby .

Your intellectual honesty, good faith questions are very helpful. I am sure many people had the same, but you had the initiative to ask proactively. No small thing. Thank you once more.

By the way, I think you meant to reply here :wink::

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