Recently there has been less support for motions and custodial grants, most of which revolve around compensation for liquidity operations. There are two competing hypotheses that could explain this:
Some shareholders believe too much money is currently being spent on liquidity operations, so they are reluctant to vote for any grants to fund liquidity operations, resulting in lower support for most of the recent motions and grants.
Some shareholders are not paying attention and not configuring their vote any longer, either manually or via data feed.
This motion is designed to reveal which hypothesis is correct. If the first hypothesis is correct, we need to develop better specific proposals to limit liquidity operations expenses. If the second proves true, an entirely different response is needed to improve the ease of voting and perhaps even automate it more. A low rate of voting for this motion will support the second hypothesis, while a high rate of voting will support the first hypothesis.
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This motion is intended as a test of shareholders’ readiness to actively configure their vote. No action will be taken directly as a result of its passage. All shareholders should vote for it, as it contains nothing controversial and not voting for it will demonstrate some degree of weakness in our voting system.
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a combination of all the above
some times shareholders have no time for voting.
some times shareholders don’t like to vote on something specific.
we assume here that shareholders are “working” in NU part or full time
edit: i was a little exaggerating with “working” hours
I am shareholder and right now not minting and not voting because I failed with Raspberry Pi setup (to be fair: I spent about 30minutes for this).Actually I expected that it would be simple like “download this file and click start.”.
In my world I see mobile application which is connected to my R Pi and where I can see current motions and set my vote in very comfortable but securely way.
And yes I know there are tutorials about minting on RPi but instead of doing tutorials lets make one-click app.
I agree with @cryptog – it has become difficult in a reasonable short amount of time for me to track down each and every motion development, understand fully their contents before deciding my vote about them and withdraw them from my client once passed.
In my case it is the language problems, why I can not vote. The technical terms making no sense for me. I would prefer it if everything is translated. Or people like me could collect terms that you should translate. For example: Draft or Motion is for me the same like a proposal. And i dont understand, why i should give a vote for a proposal or something to discuss. It would take someone who knows exactly what is meant by the definition.