I think it would be great to have better insight, and tools for the governance of Ethereum.
As the Ethereum ecosystem continues to grow and attracts more people, teams and organizations, it’s going to become evident (in my opinion) to these users of Ethereum, the governance process is an important/critical aspect of scaling Ethereum.
I could probably list a lot of reasons as to why making the governance process “professional” is important, but for myself the most important one is creating a space where actual governments are confident in using the underlying technology. It would great to see in 5-10 years real “public goods” decentralized apps operating on the Ethereum blockchain, and I think that’s not likely to happen unless our governance process is more transparent and trackable.
Minimal Viable Product
Create a Dashboard to better visualize and track decision making process for Core Dev Calls.
Historical meeting information can be found at https://github.com/ethereum/pm
- Agenda/Notes Management
- Core Dev Public Profiles
- Video Player
Would love to hear other people’s thoughts on a Ethereum Governance Dashboard, but I think at a minimum Ethereum, an ecosystem generating billions in values, deserves a shiny dashboard for the public governance process, that doesn’t live on Github.
Maximal Viable Product
Ray Dalio proposes a method for facilitating radical transparency in an organization, by creating a method for generating a “believability” score based off inputs from participants.
It would be really cool to allow Core Dev participants and audiences watching on YouTube to participate in the process of feeding data a Ethereum Governance Machine Learning Hub so we can generate “Wisdom of the Crowds” data to guide a decentralized governance process.
He explains it in the video linked below. Definitely worth a watch.