by 0x613e052555ac74ff6af0fc64e40e8035c1e9dcf8 (DripGod)
Previously, there was a discussion within the DAO community about whether guidelines should be established for banning specific names within the ecosystem.
However, the feedback from this discussion was clear: banning people’s assets, including their names, should not be a practice endorsed by the DAO.
The primary problem this proposal addresses is the potential infringement on users’ rights and ownership of their digital assets, specifically the ownership of names in the Decentraland ecosystem.
By removing ‘Name Ban’ as a Common Actions Category in DAO Proposals, the DAO reaffirms its commitment to respecting users’ rights and maintaining a fair and open ecosystem for all participants.
Remove ‘Name Ban’ as a Common Action Category in DAO Proposals under:
“Name ownership shall not be infringed.”
The Decentraland DAO will not enact any change that infringes on the rights of Decentraland’s Name users to retain names they own, or unfairly discriminate against name owners’ ability to transfer, or otherwise use their names.
This proposal seeks to fortify the foundation of Decentraland’s principles and values. It acknowledges the importance of respecting user ownership, aligns with established constitutions, and ultimately strives for a more inclusive, fair, and rights-conscious Decentraland ecosystem.