I’ve used them. They’re good and they work. They should be published.
The Rust community does this with their forum, but their main focus is the programming language itself. Aragon is much more dynamic, and as such the forum represents a much more dynamic set of interests. Also, having #dev-help, the wiki, hack.aragon, and the forum for technical related things might be a bit much. Personally I want everything in one place so that I can be as lazy as possible, quickly find answers/resources, and get stuff done. I don’t want to have to cross reference multiple locations every time I have a question.
A “Community written guides” section would totally work. It would make it clear that community contributions are welcome and encouraged. That being said, the wiki also has a development section. Seems kind of redundant? There should be 1 place people go to for information about building/using Aragon DAOs. Simple, easy to share, easy to contribute to, easy to manage.
Yup! Already talking to them about creating an Aragon app that could be integrated into DAOs. Their thinking was that the Agent app could be the founder of a Colony, and then the DAO could manage it that way. Details TBD and it would require some integrations into their wallet infrastructure.
Also talking to the SourceCred team about integrating that system into Aragon DAOs.SourceCred essentially creates a “contribution graph” of people who contribute to a project and then dispenses tokens accordingly. This could help automate contributions to the forum or PRs to various repos. It’s in super early beta, but the da0 is looking at building that into their Aragon DAO as well
Autark has awesome apps that would be super useful here, but they won’t be ready for mainnet for another few months
This seems like the most promising immediate solution, but first there would have to be documentation explaining the documentation bounties/rewards process lol! As is, navigating the community funding DAO is confusing unless you’re already engaged in the forum on a daily basis and were around when it was created. The UX needs to be improved greatly. Perhaps we should create an updated post explaining what the CFDAO is, how it works, and how to contribute. Then that could be stickied in a “CFDAO category” just for CFDAO proposals/discussions.
Then there could be a non sticked post in that category explaining the community docs/tutorials process and expected rewards one could earn for contributing. This could be in the style of the bug bounties: not as specific as bounties on the Projects app, but not as vague as allocations; something that gives the reader a general idea of what they can expect and leaves details up to the bounty manager or community