To make proposal-writing easier, topics in each subcategory come with a template for formatting your content.
You should following the standard conventions for naming and categorising your topics.
Socialize the idea (e.g. on Discord, Telegram and/or Twitter, or by arranging calls with stakeholders) before going on-chain.
Because proposals can’t be changed once they move on-chain it’s important to solicit as much feedback and editorial comments from stakeholders as possible before setting it in stone.
Include links to any preceeding forum post (so that people can come read the discussion and contribute once the proposal is on-chain)
We recommend keeping a proposal open for discussion for at least two weeks before going on-chain. In this time you may want to hold public conversations to answer more questions, such as using a Twitter Spaces call (you can contact the Neutron team on Telegram or Discord and we’ll help to get you more visibility).
Before moving on-chain be sure to publicly announce a last call for feedback and state what day you’re planning to go on chain. People are more likely to provide feedback when they are given a deadline.
There is no hard rule that’s enforced, but use your judgement to ensure you’ve received adequate feedback before putting on chain.