Serious question: why seek the community’s feedback?
We did this last quarter and there were consensus views from the community and none of it was implemented before the vote.
My two cents, is why get into the business of bailing out anyone? Why not just let the market forces work? There’s plenty of economic research that shows startups that launch in a bear market are actually more successful in the long-run because they aren’t valued at frothy levels when there’s a lot of liquidity in the system, and they can poach high quality available talent. The vast majority of startups that fail is not the result of the investment thesis or whether or not it starts in a bear market, but rather the quality of the leadership. To justify bailing out a firm due to the inevitability of bear market is setting a bad precedent for future cycles and will only lead to an oversupply of skeleton companies. Waste of resources. Well managed companies should be expected to withstand a bear cycle without a bailout. But, highly doubt these views go anywhere given the track record of prior Governance feedback outreach.
At a minimum, it would be nice to see the progress made / detailed roadmap on what’s actually been approved in prior Governance periods. Seems like we vote on things and then never hear about them for extended periods of time, but for one or two side comments (i.e., xGov).