@bendi thanks for all you and @ScopeLift have done to upgrade governance for the network. During Tally Delegation Week I heard Scopelift mentioned in two different twitterspaces so these changes are indeed anticipated. And to note, that once one or two protocols successfully perform this move without incident, I think migration becomes easier.
In the old world (if I did not have a QA environment), for a change with this potential impact I would have taken one of two approaches:
- Upgrade a stand alone (back-up) system which has the same configuration as the target system. This means move the changes to a mirror copy and (depending on interfaces), run a suite of business cases against the back up to ensure nothing broke. If nothing breaks after testing, move the changes into the target system.
- Move the entire upgrade to a new environment and migrate “business” over to the new environment. Basically do step 1, but instead of moving the changes over to the old system after testing the backup, bring the treasury over to the new system in series of increasing stages based on demonstrated use.
Now part of the reason DAOs
run like crap are sometimes slow is because people with little knowledge get to weigh in on things they may not know all that much about. Sometimes the outside perspective helps, and sometimes it just gums things up. Not sure which case this is, but if it looks like help to you, I am happy to jump on a call and work through it.