The decentralized governance movement loooooves to talk about taxonomy, which isn’t surprising, but it is tiring. For most people, lengthy taxonomy doesn’t leave them with a picture of what a Decentralized Autonomous Organization is.
Aragon’ speaks in more decentralized and non-competitive language than the other DAOs (though they do seem to have a bit of Not-Invented-Here syndrome when it comes to interop.)… though DAOstack takes more action in the area of interop than you might expect from a centralized organization.
Curious to understand why you characterize Aragon’s work as “not-invented-here syndrome” and examples of how DAOstack differs wrt interop. Cheers!