Community Representative Regulations
Article 1: Community representatives shall be elected by community members via an election.
- Article 1.1: A community member must hold no fewer than 1000 $KMK tokens to have the right to participate in community representative elections.
- Article 1.2: Community representatives must be members of the community for over six months in order to hold the right to stand for elections.
- Article 1.3: Community representative elections are to adopt the quadratic voting rule system.
Article 2: The number of community representatives shall be adjusted according to the size of the community.
- Article 2.1: There shall be a minimum number of five community representatives and a maximum of 30 community representatives.
- Article 2.2: One additional community representative seat shall be created for every 10,000 additional community members.
Term and Election Recall Regulations
Article 3: There are no term limits for community representatives. However, community representatives are subject to reorganization and election recall.
- Article 3.1: Community representatives shall conduct internal confidence votes on a regular basis and accept a recall referendum to determine whether a community representative may continue their term.
- Article 3.2: The community shall periodically hold a reorganization referendum to decide whether to reorganize the body of community representatives.
- Article 3.3: Community representatives who have been recalled cannot participate in the following election. They will not be subject to this restriction upon a reorganization of community representatives.
Article 4: The community shall hold community representative reorganization referendums on a regular basis to decide whether to reorganize the body of community representatives.
- Article 4.1: Reorganization referendums shall be held annually on 3/24 and 9/24. The voting period for each referendum lasts for three days.
- Article 4.2: Community representatives who resign after a reorganization may participate in the following election.
Article 5: Community representatives are obligated to conduct internal confidence votes.
- Article 5.1: In the case of a reorganization referendum, an internal confidence vote that was to be held during the same month shall be skipped over.
- Article 5.2: Voting shall be held on the 24th of each month. The results shall be announced to the community on the 25th.
- Article 5.3: Votes are cast anonymously. Each voter holds one vote, and each vote holds equal value. Voters cannot cast an invalid vote.
- Article 5.4: If the amount of votes for recall reaches a threshold of one-third of the total votes, then the community representative must accept the results of the recall referendum.
- Article 5.5: A recall referendum will begin following a public announcement and shall be completed on the 28th of the month.
- Article 5.6: Community representatives who have been recalled cannot participate in the following election.
Article 6: Community representatives are to leave office one week after the new representative has taken office.
- Article 6.1: The departing community representative is obligated to hand over their tasks and duties to the new representative.
- Article 6.2: The resignation process shall be supervised by the development team.
Article 7: In the case of vacant community representatives seats, new community representatives shall be chosen through an election.
- Article 7.1: Eligible community members may register themselves to run for office.
- Article 7.2: The election registration period starts on the 1st of each month and lasts for three days.
- Article 7.3: Voting opens on the 4th of each month and lasts for two days.
- Article 7.4: Community representative elections are to adopt the quadratic voting rule system.
Article 8: If a community representative fails to fulfill their duties, then the developers may propose a referendum for the removal of said community representative.
- Article 8.1: The voting period is held concurrently with confidence votes.
- Article 8.2: The implementation and enforcement of such referendums is the same as holding a confidence vote that results in a vote of no confidence.
Rights and Obligations
Article 9: Community representatives represent community consensus.
- Article 9.1: Community representatives have an obligation to collect the thoughts and opinions of the community and present proposals.
- Article 9.2: Community representatives are obligated to audit the developers' budgets.
- Article 9.3: Community representatives are obligated to hold internal confidence votes.
- Article 9.4: Community representatives have the right to participate in future developments as set out by the developers.
Article 10: Community representatives enjoy benefits provided by the developers.
- Article 10.1: The distribution of rewards is not limited to community tokens.
- Article 10.2: The maximum value of the benefits shall not exceed the base salary of regular employees on the development team.
Article 11: Community representatives may present community proposals and decide upon implementation through internal voting.
- Article 11.1: Revisions and amendments of existing community regulations are not included in the scope of this regulation (Community Governance General Guidelines, Community Member Regulations, Community Representative Regulations, Community Inspector Regulations, and Development Team Regulations).
- Article 11.2: Internal voting shall adopt a simple majority rule system.
- Article 11.3: After internal voting is complete, the process shall be turned over to the development team for implementation.
- Article 11.4: Community proposals must include budgets and objectives.
Article 12: After community proposals are adopted, the process shall be turned over to the development team for implementation.
- Article 12.1: If a proposal violates the core concept of community governance, it may not be implemented.
- Article 12.2: If the developers do not agree with the proposal, they may request a community referendum for reconsideration.
- Article 12.3: After a community referendum is passed, the developers cannot refuse to implement it.
- Article 12.4: The timeline and details of implementation shall be planned and proposed by the developers.
Article 13: Community representatives are required to audit the development team's budget.
- Article 13.1: The threshold for community representative approval is 60% of all votes.
- Article 13.2: Invalid ballots cannot be cast when voting on auditing. If a community representative does not fulfill their duty to vote, they will be excluded from the current voting period.
Article 14: Community representatives may challenge community inspection assignments for negligence.
- Article 14.1: The threshold to determine negligence is 60% of all votes.
- Article 14.2: Invalid ballots cast when voting on negligence are considered as votes of disagreement.
Article 15: Community representatives may request impartial third-party verification should a matter involve confidential development information and information pertaining to team privacy.
- Article 15.1: Third-party verification agencies are to be decided by community representatives.
- Article 15.2: Verification fees will be funded by the community treasury.