What is Vote Proposal Buffer
Vote Proposal Buffer is the amount of time that must pass between each subsequent vote. This parameter will determine the number of votes that can take place within a period of time and whether or not we can have votes run concurrently.
What is important to consider?
If we look at the edge cases, a very high setting would greatly limit the number of votes we can have over a period of time. For example, if set to 90 days, there would be a maximum of 4 votes allowed per 12-month period. Depending on the Vote Duration parameter, this may also prevent concurrent votes, if that is a desired outcome. A very low setting would allow for many votes over a period of time and, depending on the Vote Duration parameters, could allow votes to run concurrently. For example, if set to 1 day, a new vote may take place every day.
So what do we need to talk about in this forum post?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of having a very high Vote Proposal Buffer and a very low Vote Proposal Buffer.
- What considerations should we take into account in determining this parameter?