- 1.The total cost of implementation and any financial impact of its effectuation must be clearly defined in order for a proposal to go to vote.
- 2.If a proposal is ratified which directly impacts Radiant’s smart contracts (i.e., adjustment to emissions rates), it must pass through a 48 hour timelock before implementation.
- 3.The Radiant team wallet (0x62d3…fc2d) will be ineligible to vote on any Snapshot proposals, with the exception of an “abstain” vote.
- 4.All submittants must search through archived proposals to ensure they are not re-submitting a duplicate idea.
- 5.If a suggested proposal directly conflicts with a proposal that is currently up for vote, the second proposal should not go for a vote until a decision is made on the first proposal to avoid concurrent approval of opposing requirements.
- 6.To avoid concurrent proposals which directly conflict with one another, any idea that directly impacts a proposal that is currently under consideration should not be submitted or voted on until consensus has been reached on the initial proposal.
- 7.No conflict of interest (COI) proposal can be submitted for a vote until 90 days have passed since the original proposal was approved.
- 8.The Council will not consider or vote on proposals which advocate hate speech, illegal activity, explicit material, or are out of line with the Foundation’s mission and values.