Questbook DDA Program Phase 2 Request for Continuation

After further review, we’re maintaining our support for the Questbook DDA Grants program on Tally for the same reasons as previously mentioned.

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At Tané, we maintain our voting at its Snapshot proposal and vote FOR the on-chain proposal of the continuation of the program and the updated compensations for DA and PM. We have also confirmed that, as suggested by @Srijith-Questbook, the team is willing to going for annual re-elections, which was our concern at the Snapshot phase and appropriately addressed. We also appreciated the clear explanations about how the swap for the fund will be handled.

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DAOplomats maintain our vote from Snapshot onto Tally.

There have been a lot of positives from the initial iteration that gives us the confidence to vote in favor. The team behind it is solid as well. Looking forward to the continued success in respective domains.

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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.

We voted in favor of the proposal during temp-check and we’ll be voting in favor of the proposal during the on-chain vote as well. We believe Questbook’s DDA program was overall a value-add to the DAO and we’d like to see it continue so we can iterate and improve it.

Our decision to vote in favor of the program came after a thorough review of the program and its result, and extensive discussion with the domain allocators and delegates which we helped facilitate.

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I think you’ve done a really good job so far, and I’m in full support of the increase in funding to make sure we’re paying competitive salaries at the Arbitrum DAO. My one comment is the following: how do you explain the relative lack of progress in terms of milestones achieved, especially in key areas such as New Protocol Ideas. How do we make sure that a sector as important as this one receives sufficient contributions? Or is this simply a matter of time?

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I guess is, partially, also a matter of time. For sure, there have been slower than expected advancements in some applications. Personally think is due to a mix of teams being very very novel (some are indeed at their first project, and this unfortunately also means the rate of failure compared to more mature ones is higher) and the lack of a timeline policy that we are only introducing in season 2.
We will do our best to improve this metric, thanks for pointing it ou.

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Savvy DAO has voted FOR the Request for “Continuation of the Arbitrum DDA Program Request” on Tally.

See rationale here here

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