Two governance systems:
Built-in jury system for dispute resolution (not described here)
Governance of the code base / the system itself
Communications: Offchain forum
Enforcement: Developing proprietary system to convert “human language” decisions to code, so that they will be able to auto execute.
Dispute resolution: Proprietary Kleros
Aragon was the available technology at that time.
Anyone can make a proposal. Usually the proposals are not subject to much discussion, because they are technical in nature and most of the community doesn’t care
When a proposal comes for voting, Kleros issues 1 voting token for each Kleros token. This way it is one-token-one-vote, but people do not have to stake or withdraw their Kleros tokens. These one-time tokens are good only for the specific proposal voting for which they were issued.
The issuance of the voting token is done in a transparent way, so that the tokens are issued, but the user doesn’t see them as tokens. Users just vote on the proposal.
Proposals are in human language. Kleros is developing tools that will allow for conversion of human-described decisions into code that can auto-execute.