There’s a line in @Daylon’s Community Contribution scheme (good idea, please keep working on it ) that got me thinking:
It is my belief that the most robust form of decentralization is when each participant is acting in their own self interest. Imagine a spectrum, in which the opposite extreme is
Perhaps there is a reluctance to join working groups because some might fear becoming an underling being told what to do?
So, what if there was a Bulletin board where WG leaders could post clearly defined tasks that needed doing, along with a stated bounty/reward coming from the specific WG budget, that was paid on completion?
This might be a way to ease potential contributors into the DAO by doing meaningful and rewarding work that they themselves have volunteered to do and in the long run, our leaders of the future might result from completing the simplest task.