These KIPs have reached community consensus and are being discussed by Sophons. They will be going to a community vote after discussion is finalized.
Core docs: [1:40]
A mission statement is being drafted.
Governance documentation is undergoing draft revisions.
Rook legal docs will be released soon.
Jason summarized the work of the past quarter with the WEIR model (Workshop, Experiment, Iterate, Ratify) and used it to look ahead to next steps. [2:30]
Development and improvement continues for the process of onboarding/offboarding/replacing Sophons. [4:30]
Advances in stewardship have taken actual practice away from aspects of the process as defined in KIP-0, primarily in the area of non-decision tasks originally assigned to the Sophons.
Participants discussed what the revision/amendment process should look like for KIP-0 and more broadly. [6:40]
Possible amendment approaches include: the ability for new KIPs to be able to amend previous KIPs using the existing procedure; or maintaining an authoritative “active” source for which KIPs are simply a vector to introduce and track changes to this authoritative source. [9:30]
There was also a discussion regarding defining “stewards” as a role in order to enhance community structure, including which aspects of their work should be firmly established in a KIP and which aspects should exist as more flexible documentation. [17:15]
Perhaps “core” and “non-core” proposals should have different amendment processes, since the latter are more likely to be living documents that change over time. Introducing tunable parameters to KIPs could be a way to create built-in avenues for change. [23:00]