Apologies in advance if this is painfully obvious. I looked at the docs and while I think I am right, since governance is indeed such a critical topic, I wanted to ask these literal questions to clear my mind.
- Does governance only result in a determination of whether or not the community actually wants a certain motion to pass (ie: if all three of the requirements are met for a proposal to pass), or does it also result in the actions related to the motion actually getting executed as well?
My understanding is that governance is simply a textual description that people can vote on, abstain, or veto. So if it passes, I suspect that at MOST, it means that officially, the community is spoken. At this point, the maintainers have to “implement” whatever it is that was voted in support of. It might be a matter of possibly changing the inflation rate. Or adding a new feature to the software. So governance does NOT actually result in actions being taken but merely an official guideline that the community has spoken and therefore an expectation for action to happen?
- I noticed that when I built my own application chain, there is no governance module included. Is there some documentation on what I need to do, to include governance, short of reverse engineering what is in Gaia’s own codebase?