All DAO members have the fundamental rights to submit proposals, vote and execute approved proposals independently from any centralized party.
New initiatives are presented to the community in the form of RRCs (RARI Request for Comment) – documents with a set structure, following a set governance process.
The very first RRCs (RRC-0 and RRC-1) that marked the creation of RARI Foundation are known as our constitution. They map out the fully on-chain governance and voting process in detail. We highly recommend everyone to study these documents before getting involved in the Foundation: