Savvy DAO - Delegate Communication Thread

Savvy DAO has voted FOR the Tally Vote. With the same reasoning as the snapshot vote.

Voting Rationale for “Constitutional AIP - Security Council Improvement Proposal”

Savvy DAO votes FOR the “Constitutional AIP - Security Council Improvement Proposal.”

This proposal aims to maintain Arbitrum’s “Stage 1” designation by L2BEAT by increasing the threshold of the non-emergency Security Council from 7/12 to 9/12. This change enhances the security of the Arbitrum ecosystem, ensuring that a higher consensus is required for non-emergency actions, thus mitigating risks. The proposal also aligns with the updated Stages Framework, ensuring Arbitrum’s continued compliance with best practices. This straightforward upgrade has no additional overhead for the DAO, making it a prudent and necessary improvement.

See proposal here: Constitutional AIP - Security Council Improvement Proposal - #21 by SavvyDAO

Savvy DAO has voted FOR the Pilot Phase: Arbitrum Ventures Initiative

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Savvy DAO votes AGAINST the “Security Services Subsidy Fund Sub-Committee” proposal.

Key Reasons:

  1. Duplication of Efforts: Establishing a new sub-committee duplicates existing efforts of the ADPC, leading to inefficiencies and potential overlaps in responsibilities.
  2. Resource Allocation: The proposal requests 60,000 ARB for compensation over 8 weeks, which seems excessive given the proposed workload and existing compensation structures.
  3. Delay in Subsidy Disbursement: The additional onboarding and election processes will delay the disbursement of subsidies, hindering timely support for security service providers.

Therefore, we believe this proposal does not effectively address the intended goals and could be streamlined within the existing committee structure.

Voting Rationale for “AIP: Support RIP-7212 for Account Abstraction Wallets (ArbOS 30)”

Savvy DAO votes FOR the proposal “AIP: Support RIP-7212 for Account Abstraction Wallets (ArbOS 30).”

Key Reasons:

  1. Enhanced Security: Adopting RIP-7212 enables the use of passkey-based wallets, offering a higher level of security through hardware-level protection and biometric features.
  2. Improved User Experience: This proposal reduces the cost of verifying signatures for account abstraction wallets, making them more feasible for everyday use and simplifying the user experience.
  3. Alignment with Ethereum: By supporting RIP-7212, Arbitrum remains compatible with Ethereum’s evolving standards and maintains its competitive edge among other L2 solutions.
  4. Broader Adoption: Facilitating the use of secure and user-friendly wallets encourages greater adoption of the Arbitrum ecosystem by both crypto-native and non-crypto-native users.

Savvy DAO votes FOR AIP: Nova Fee Router Proposal (ArbOS 30) AIP: Activate Stylus and Enable Next-Gen WebAssembly Smart Contracts (ArbOS 30)

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Savvy DAO votes FOR AIP: Activate Stylus and Enable Next-Gen WebAssembly Smart Contracts (ArbOS 30)
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Savvy DAO has voted FOR

@steakhouse and @Avantgarde in the Election for the STEP program manager.

Thank you to @thedevanshmehta for all his amazing work.
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https://snapshot.org/#/arbitrumfoundation.eth/proposal/0x991f18a73526fb5715b41e37f7460ced511c02cf3470d41cdaf97656c794406b