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Should we have a maximum amount of ANO's allowed into the Authority Set for ANO Election Round 3, and if so, how many?
Hi Nic, thanks for challenging us on this. We need to balance a few things here. We need to grow the community so that we are as decentralised as possible, we need to encourage and select good applicants, we need to take on new ANOs at a pace we can manage so that they are successfully inducted into the ecosystem. So I do understand the reasoning behind say 4 ANOs this round. To throw a spanner in the works why don't we open up the round and see what the quality of applications is? If we only have two good applicants then so be it but if we have say 5 why wouldn't we accept them? Maybe we could stagger their onboarding time if it is too difficult to take them on immediately.
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