- Lets us get more done faster, and react more quickly to technical issues. (Based on @Mariano_Conti 's input)
Technical changes have a higher degree of importance, than monetary policy changes. They either:
- Fix exploits or technical weaknesses. This class of changes is vital to pass as quickly as possible.
- Change the functioning of the system. This class of changes is extremely important, and requires a high degree of consideration before passing.
Neither of these changes should be wrapped up with monetary policy changes. When this happens, you either:
- Risk delaying essential technical fixes due to bundling with undesirable monetary policy changes.
- Risk passing functional changes to the system without due consideration due to desirable monetary policy changes.
- Or vice versa, with positive monetary policy changes being blocked by undesirable technical changes.
- No, we should not bundle technical changes with monetary policy changes.
- Yes, we should bundle technical changes with monetary policy changes.
- Abstain (I just want to see results)
- Abstain (I have no opinion)
- Abstain (I don’t feel I am knowledgeable on the subject)
- Abstain (I disagree with the poll options)
- Abstain (I have a different objection)
I created this poll in a bit of a rush (as we’re expecting said bundled executive tomorrow). Apologies for the rushed points above and poor grammar. If anyone has other points, please express them below. I’ll add them to this post as they come in.
I would have liked more time to write up and discuss this. Unfortunately I only realised this was happening in the governance poll half an hour ago, and the technical fixes are due to be bundled in the executive tomorrow. If someone else wants to create another poll about the Foundation providing enough lead time for us to register objections, that could be valuable.