Followups after #6 Arbitrum Open Governance Call

The below response reflects the views of L2BEAT’s governance team, composed of @krst and @Sinkas, and it’s based on the combined research, fact-checking and ideation of the two.

Following the 6th Open Governance Call and the proposals discussed there (but also posted here on the forums), we’d like to invite the community to discuss certain topics and proposals more in-depth in 2 separate calls.

We chose the timeslots arbitrarily, because it’s hard to find a time that works for everyone in a large enough group. But if the chosen timeslots don’t work for a lot of people, we’ll try to find some new ones.

First Call

Topic: Community Growth through Educational Content and Events

There were 3 proposals that fall under the aforementioned topic for which we’d like to invite their respective proposers to have a discussion with. Our aim is to help the proposers gather feedback and move forward with their proposals, and for delegates and the broader community to have an opportunity to directly ask questions and form an opinion.

Here are the 3 proposals we’d like to discuss:

  1. Arbitrum as an Official Sponsor for Ethereum Mexico by @brichis
  2. Fund Atoma’s project, a Growth & Communications proposal for Arbitrum by @Sebix
  3. Content Creation proposal by @PatrickAlphaC

When: Tuesday 3 October at 4pm UTC / 12pm EST

Where: Google Meet

Duration: 1 Hour

Format: 5 minutes of brief overview and then 15 minutes of open QnA for each proposal

Second Call

Topic: Protocol Owned Liquidity Discussion

We want to facilitate a discussion around protocol owned liquidity (POL). We are aware of the debate between Sushi and ApeSwap happening in the forums regarding bonds’ program and we’d like to have a discussion to first decide if POL is interesting to the DAO, and then decide where to go from there.

When: Thursday 5 October at 4pm UTC / 12pm EST

Where: Google Meet

Format: Moderated Discussion

Call to Action

We ask delegates and community members who are interested in participating to take a look at the relevant proposals so they’re familiar with them at the time of each call. Furthermore, we urge anyone who has any questions for the proposers to drop them below, or under the respective proposals so the proposers can prepare ahead of time.