Tao Voting - Execution Delay

What is the Execution Delay?
The Execution Delay describes the required amount of time after a proposal passes for the proposal to be executed.

Implications & Parameter Options
The Execution Delay is measured in hours, and you will have the option to set this parameter between 0 and ∞.

The Execution delay is important because we want to give token holders enough time to evaluate the implications of a proposal. They might need to decide whether or not they want to maintain their token holdings, buy more TEC, or sell off their TEC, using the Augmented Bonding Curve.

Suggested Range
Since the Disputable Voting Application has such incredible powers within the DAO it is encouraged for all TEC holders to analyze voting outcomes. We suggest a generous range of 8-24 hours for this parameter.

Related Parameters to consider when defining the Execution Delay (hours):
Vote Duration (days)
Entry Tribute (%)
Exit Tribute (%)
Token Freeze (weeks)
Token Thaw (weeks)

Modified from original post by @natesuits