Thank you for your feedback, we definitely want to hear it from the community. New version will be more open for the whole community purposes.
What are we voting on? The post included a summary of the vote in question, but for more info one had to go to a google doc project page. Would it be possible to have the all of the information in the vote post, maybe with a foldable section to open for more info? I think the post already had a foldable section if I remember correctly.
Yes, totally makes sense. We just have to implement this proper editor.
We have a very basic one for now and we were following the Hicathon standards (Google Docs as a single source of truth).
New version should have the editor.
User voting weight. I know there was some information on how vote weight was calculated, but maybe there could be some information that the user can view to understand their vote weight.
Good point to highlight it!
Voting weight factors will be also adjusted, since Hicathon badge is not playing a primary role and TzProfile is not fully supported by blockchain (one of the reasons why we don’t have the ongoing live results).
Voting vs Questions. Do we need both categories? What about if instead there were “proposals” and these are ranked in order of implementation stage? To move to the next stage there would be a vote.
We had an idea, that not everything is a proposal, but it can be just a question.
Now we are realising, that not everyone understand it they same way. We are about to remove the categories and replace it by tags. So, users will be able to categorise the polls themselves by tags.
Implementation stage is a very tricky point, we had it in design and ideas, it’s even implemented on a basic level. For example, there are no dev stages, if ppl are asking a question or they are not the same as on dev proposal, plus who will update it and how etc.
Minimum info threshold to get votes on board. There were some questions / votes with little to no information, so one could not really understand what they were voting on. This isn’t so much related to the voting system I guess, but maybe the voting system could impose some requirements for a vote to be posted?
You are right. This thing is harder to solve, it’s more about content, but very important point to think about.
I had 2 Twitter polls regarding ppl decisions to vote or not, missing information was the main factor: