Community governance is a key part of Stargaze. Governance is performed via on-chain proposals and stake-weighted voting. Based on proposal outcomes, the blockchain performs automated actions.
Because blockchain operations are non-reversible, proposals should be first discussed before being submitted as an on-chain proposal. Proposals submitted to the chain should be well-written, comprehensive, and leave no room for ambiguity or misinterpretation.
On-chain proposals should follow the following process:
- 2.Write a post on Commonwealth. This is where you can fine-tune the parameters and specific asks for your proposal. Software upgrades and contract uploads by the core team do not need to be posted to Commonwealth first.
- 3.For smart contract uploads, contact the Core Team for a free review and audit of your code.
- 4.Create an on-chain proposal with very clear, specific, and actionable items. At this point, all issues have been flushed out in the previous steps. This is considered the definitive version of a proposal and results in an on-chain action upon passing.
Proposals that don’t go through these steps will get a de-facto No With Veto vote by Stargaze Foundation.