Attendees: Ginge, Alisha, slobo.eth, Coltron.eth, Neiman Lib, hellen stans, brian millsJr.eth
Both @Ginge.eth & @BrianMillsJr.Eth took notes, thank you.
A) Review / determine funding request for sub-groups (.eth website)
Utopia (demo) or Parcel (demo) for will be used for managing and tracking the funding.
B) Highlight ecosystem projects
Discussion Summary on .eth website competition
- More educational / developer content is key to making sure the DAO has a good ROI on funds deployment.
- Examples of great content are twitter threads, youtube videos, and blog posts
- 100 ENS split among more winners has more impact
This is a great resource on how to build a .eth website: How to build an .eth website. A guest article by zaccary.eth, the… | by Esteroids | Medium
C) ENS core updates, if any
- RFP model for community to participate and engage- getting more engagement from people who might not participate
D) Review any upcoming events with ENS involvement
Potentially some “unofficial” social events at https://amsterdam.ethglobal.com
How we can do better?
- have shared calendar that is more accessible and integrated into #events (@Coltron.eth has already set this up)
- Key role for stewards is to “warm up” (@alisha.eth) the DAO. Set up systems that allow the DAO to function well.
An Incomplete Guide to What Should a Steward Do? (@slobo.eth’s take, can expand if useful)
- Make sure there are regular meetings with a clear agenda
- Document key items from meetings
- Be a resource that contributors and potential contributors can access
- Manage any funds of the DAO transparently, diligent, and in a way that aligns with the working groups objectives. In the ecosystem that would be to direct funds to people who are improving the protocol, building on top the protocol, on-boarding devs, and creating educational resources that make the prior three easier to do.
- Be open to feedback
Bonus: Work to set up meetings in GMT