The team at Tezos Commons has just published the latest issue of their weekly newsletter, The Baking Sheet. Issue #127 includes an overview of Homebase Lite - a new governance tool created by Tezos Commons in collaboration with dOrg, intended to offer a shallower learning-curve, compared to the main Homebase app.
According to Tezos Commons, 'with Homebase Lite, users can now instantiate DAOs, create and vote on token-weighted polls without having to bother with the cycle-bound operating model, the quorum self-adjustment feature, staking/un-staking, and other more advanced functionalities present in Homebase.' If you're interested in learning more, you can join the project's Discord channel.
In other news, a reminder that this is your last chance to nominate Tezos community members for the monthly Tezos Commons Community Rewards Program, a new LigoLang release (v0.56.0), and, as demo day approaches, TZ APAC showcases the work of four teams that have benefited from the EGG Web3 incubator.
Finally this week, a reminder that Tezos will be in the Spotlight in a few days at Art Basel Miami Beach, presenting a new generative art exhibit and a speaker series. The full schedule is available to view now, and if you can't make it to Florida, content will be live streamed on the Tezos YouTube channel.
Read Issue #127 of The Baking Sheet