Once an idea has received community feedback, the author has 30 days to fill out an AIP Draft Template. This is where the author can fully communicate the proposal’s intentions, specifics, and implications. The more effort and research that’s poured into this step, the quicker the AIP can be brought to a vote.
Once the template is drafted, the proposal is ready for moderator review. The time frame of this review period depends on the level of detail included in the draft, and the extent to which it is unclear how the AIP could best be actualized in a way that benefits the DAO.
Moderator review depends on the proposal’s specifics, but usually includes assessing:
- Necessary steps to implement
- Vendors that may be needed
- The role of the Foundation in implementation
Click here to read “AIP Step 3: Final Review”, post 3 of 4 in this series on the AIP process.