I have tried out the tokentracker so here is some feedback.
I was immediately impressed by the level of detail, you certainly have put in a lot of work in this.
There are however some nagging doubts in the back of my mind regarding this effort. Can transparency be bad?
Well yes - when a certain level of privacy is necessary for the functioning of a community. Ask yourselves why votes in democratic elections are secret. Votes are secret so that people can exercise their democratic right of voting without fear of repercussions. Also, keeping votes secret enables decisions to be made without fracturing a community unnecessary.
But this does not matter on the blockchain as there are no repercussions even remotely possible? In the case of Maker this is true only to a small extent as we are critically dependent on a functioning online community. What we do is difficult and we need to stay healthy together in order to function. Transparency could potentially undermine the community if people get angry, alienated, disappointed or even lust for revenge if certain votes do not go their way. People can get upset anyway but thanks to transparency they can now attach a blockchain address to their negative feelings. This enables multiple behaviors that does not build our community, but instead undermines it.
Revenge voting. Address A voted this or that on a governance poll. Person B took offense and will now vote to overthrow anything that resembles the vote.
Personal grudges. Just imagine you are dependent on Maker to feed your kids and then some person votes to have you removed from your paid position. And you are pretty sure who it was.
The issue is that Maker has programs for participation such as SourceCred and soon Governance Reward (GovCred?)
Both of these examples tries to include people. Too much transparency can instead drive people away if they are exposed to negative feedback based on votes they have made.
This can lead to balkanization of the community where subgroups form to protect their own interests. This will get especially critical when it comes to evaluation of Core Units and their facilitators.