Governance Proposals

Final results from Aragon Network Vote #2

On April 27, 2019, Aragon Network Vote #2 concluded.

Nine Aragon Governance Proposals (AGPs) were approved by the Aragon Association Board of Directors to go on to the final ballot. Six AGPs were ultimately approved and three were rejected by ANT holders in this vote cycle.

Here are the final results from Aragon Network Vote #2.

Approved

AGP-9: The Separation of Church, State, and Network

AGP-28: Decentralizing aragonpm.eth

AGP-34: Flock Funding for Aragon Black

AGP-35: Edgeware Lockdrop Participation

AGP-40: Aragon Cooperative DAO funding proposal

AGP-43: ANSP Engagement Policy

Rejected

AGP-37: Retainer for Ongoing Aragon Network Security Provider

AGP-41: Aragon Portfolio Diversification - Acquisition of DOTs

AGP-42: Keep Aragon Focused on Ethereum, not Polkadot

Verifying the vote
You can double-check the results of this vote yourself in the governance.aragonproject.eth organization on Aragon.

Feedback welcome

In the spirit of data-driven improvement, we invite all members of the Aragon community, voters and non-voters alike, to fill out a brief, six-question survey and give us feedback that will help us improve future Aragon Network votes. Anonymous results from the survey will be made public for the benefit of everyone interested.

Survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YPH7DYZ

Preparing for the next Aragon Network Vote

With this Aragon Network vote behind us, it’s now time to start preparing for the next vote.

The date of Aragon Network Vote #3 is scheduled to start July 25, 2019 at 16:00 UTC, and the deadline for finalizing AGP drafts before the Aragon Association review is July 11, 2019 at 16:00 UTC.

This gives Aragon community members about two and a half months to prepare AGPs before the next vote. Check the Governance page in the Aragon Wiki for updates about Aragon Network vote scheduling and proposal deadlines in case there are any emergency changes. You can also subscribe to the low-volume Aragon Network Vote Alerts mailing list to receive important announcements straight to your inbox.

For complete details about how to make an Aragon Governance Proposal of your own, please review AGP-1, which defines the official process end to end. There are also links to additional resources about the AGP process on the Governance page in the Aragon Wiki. You can ask any questions you have about the Aragon governance process on the Aragon forum or Aragon Chat. And if you have an idea for an AGP that fits into one of the tracks defined in AGP-1, you are invited to start an Aragon forum thread in the Community category using the AGP tag so that Aragon community members can give you feedback about your proposal.

Congratulations and thanks

Congratulations to the authors of the proposals approved in this vote, and thank you to the AGP authors, reviewers, editors, contributors, and everyone who voted for participating in Aragon Network Vote #2 and helping to decide the future of the Aragon project! We look forward to seeing what the future holds for the next Aragon Network vote.

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