We would kindly propose the board is made up of stakeholders who are vested in the Tomo ecosystem. Our first suggestion would be board members are a decentralized voting mechanism that acts as an overall board— similar to Dash governance model. Not individuals.
Should the Tomo team want individual board members, we would kindly propose Tomo team come up with a list of key stakeholders who have the long term incentive to oversee the master dao. And allow the Tomo community to vote on these individuals. As example, someone from luaswap team, someone who oversees Tomo GitHub approvals, someone from Tomo marketing. Someone who is tasked with working with tracking & following up with all the progress of the funded projects.
Last, hybrid approach would be kindly proposed:
- Decentralized voting mechanism for “Create, review & approve whether a new proposal is good to be released”
- Tomo team propose key people for “Track & follow up with all the progress of the funded projects.”