What everyone needs to know
- A project's funding cycle reconfigurations can vary widely. Custom ballots can be useful to keep changes in check.
- A ballot contract must implement a function that tells the world if the state of a proposed reconfiguration is
failed, as defined in
- If a reconfiguration fails to be approved by a ballot, it will not be used. Instead, a copy of the current funding cycle will be used.
What you'll want to know if you're building
- A ballot is a custom contract that adheres to the
IJBFundingCycleBallotinterface, which can be attached to a project's funding cycles to create restrictive conditions according to which proposed funding cycle reconfigurations must follow in order to take effect.
- A ballot can be specified in a funding cycle through the
- If a ballot is active, the funding cycle's ballot redemption rate will be used instead of its standard redemption rate.