Internet-Native Evolutionary Governance with David Phelps & Luca Prosperi
The article's insights are great. Just one feedback: this essay could easily be shorter. Several times I feel like reading the very same idea from previous paragraphs.
Great article. And yes, Governance is the most exciting boring topic. The greatest governance shift in history started when the Web was introduced. From a societal perspective, the Web perhaps changes governance the most. I created a collaborative governance assessment model that can describe the nearly infinite variations of network governance frameworks based on four governance actor types and three governance styles - - the DNA of governance. Society is so woefully ignorant of governance that even a slight uptick in knowledge will have a profound positive effect.
Forking is a challenge when there is network effects, treasuries, brands, habit, trust on risk management history, …
I believe we can improve coordination mechanisms in DAOs by adapting lessons learned from corporate governance. I have not seen this yet…
Interesting -- but please explain, does forking also not diminish the collective weight and power that the DAO holds? Due to splintering. Simple majority is effective to mobilize that with winner takes all.
Is it the assumption that, once the community is set (say at time X) then the governance structure is now a collective of subcommunities and not individuals?
Check out daodao.io from DeSo. It integrates Deso’s Twitter style interface with dao operations and voting.
proposal forking sounds like the committee / haggling process in Congress that takes place prior to a floor vote.