Temperature Check - [Should the community delegate a working group to make recommendations on the liquidity mining program?]

Should the community delegate a working group to make recommendations on the liquidity mining program?

The community is struggling to determine a future for the liquidity mining program. I would like to gauge interest in setting up a working group to broadly analyze the following:

(1) The efficacy of the initial liquidity mining program
(2) What programs could be run moving forward

The recommendations of the working group would be non-binding .

If this temperature check passes, I would like to do the following:

(1) Solicit volunteers for this group in the forums
(2) Determine an ideal structure for the working group and specific work product through a series of dedicated Zoom calls
(3) Create a governance proposal to formally acknowledge the working group and its structure

Link to snapshot: https://snapshot.page/#/uniswap/proposal/QmWoBCx1sgUE21RQbRcK2gcBS5sS4PKPcthNtauzJ1SAUf

Note: The snapshot starts at 5pm ET on Friday November 13th and ends at 5pm ET on Sunday November 15th

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I’m hearing the first call wasn’t so productive (which is to be expected, I think, seeing as it’s the first one).
So, yes, a working group with a precise issue will be more efficient.

Unfortunately, the Snapshot page won’t let me vote, not sure why ? Do you need to delegate the UNI to vote on snapshot too ?

In my personal view, we should cut at least ONE of the stables.
And implement UNI-ETH LP incentivization.
On top of that, slow down the current rewards (inflation) rate.

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Snapshot wouldn’t let me start the vote until tomorrow, for some reason. You can vote as of 5pm ET tomorrow :slight_smile:

FYI the snapshot vote is now live … please vote!

This vote, despite unanimous approval, did not reach the required threshold (25k UNI).