Weekly Round-up (August Week 3)
Introducing Toshokan, a community-first blog for Sushi

Introducing Toshokan, a community-first blog for Sushi

Today we're excited to introduce Toshokan (図書館 Japanese word for library), our new blog that will help keep our community informed about the latest happenings at Sushi.

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Weekly Round-up (August Week 3)

This is a weekly update covering interesting news happening in the Sushi community. If you’ve missed the latest forum call, or haven’t had a chance to browse the forum then read on!
Weekly Round-up (August Week 3)

Head Chef Developments

This week in Sushi sees a continued focus on finding a new Head Chef:

Head Chef Compensation and Candidate Separation
During the search for Sushi’s new Head Chef, The community has expressed concerns around incorporating both the compensation and the candidate together into one proposal. This proposal is to suggest that the DAO should define a set of parameters for compensation for a Head Chef. In the recent prop…

As well, if you’re an avid Sushi swapper, you’ll notice that the swap page now has a banner alerting swappers that Sushi is actively seeking Head Chef candidates for August 25th’s community call. Will we see more excellent individuals take the stage to share their visions for Sushi’s path? One can only hope!

Be sure to check out Sushi’s Youtube channel to listen to the new four prospective Head Chef candidates introduce themselves and talk about their qualifications and goals for Sushi!

100sp Holders

Holders of 100 or more SP (SUSHIPOWAH) will note that a new #head-chef-polls channel has arisen. This channel has a series of polls open for voting that cover the options available on the Sushi Forum’s Head Chef Compensation and Candidate Separation proposal.

Meiji Restoration Builds Further Steam

Interest in Meiji continues, with discussion occurring on the Sushi Discord’s #meiji-dao and #osushi channels. A GitHub for Meiji has been created and is open to contributors.

For those needing a refresher the Meiji Restoration Proposal aims to replace xSushi with two aspects:

  • The Meiji DAO – Focused on matters relating to overall governance of the Sushi ecosystem by dispensing bounties to parties contributing to Sushi’s health and further growth.
  • The oSushi Gauges – Controlling the dispensation of fees, emissions and other granted incentives to further incentivize liquidity providers within Sushi.