So I’m sitting here thinking, it seems there is one big piece missing which can add a lot of value to DAO and by extension to ENS.
Everytime I open yet another project page, or DAO page best case scenario - there would be FORUM, TEAM, ROADMAP, PROJECT DESCRIPTION, these kind of things, the problem here is that content is static. None of that tells you how is project doing live and what is happening.
So here is the idea, for someone to build a page, or even incorporate it into ens.domains site maybe and get someone to follow and populate it regularly, every week maybe?
It would contain continuously updated history of milestones - and by milestones I mean here very broadly any ENS events.
There is a lot of stuff going with ENS - for example KARMA site not a minor feat at all, ethleaderboard - not minor feat !AT ALL!, not to mention voting proposals, various ecosystem integration milestones, talks done by the team, number of exchanges where ENS is listed, significant growth metrices from DUNE and so on. It has be curated of course, person would need to make sense what is worthy of adding to this timeline, and how it improves image of ENS.
From the outsider perspective it’s not immediately obvious what is going on with ENS. For average user to make sense of what’s happening he would need to go and dig into forum AND discord AND twitter (and not just one twitter, but several twitters even, because there are several people who are communicating significant information on ENS)
Moreover lets take Nick’s account for example - it would contain materially important information such as news / stats on airdrop modification also some information about birds seen in the vicinity and how said birds were fed by Nick
→ The main purpose of such resource would be to demonstrate that project is ALIVE and there are people who are actively working on building it from all over the place. There are tons of dead projects out there, or projects which are active, but may seem dead, and thats where ENS can differentiate itself.
→ Secondary purpose is of course to provide comprehensive coverage of ENS to various agents, including media even. As I pointed above for newbie its totally impossible to see complete picture without doing comprehensive research, well lets make it easy for them - after all this is the major goal - ADOPTION. It would be easier to reach adoption if new comer to community could just open a single page and with a glance see everything whats going on.
For example here is one of my favourite small pieces - https://twitter.com/_jefflau/status/1461396003915919360 - this is great read, FANTASTIC read even, specifically built for someone who just discovered ENS and looking to understand a bit more what this is all about, but I can promise you this - this “hypothetical newcomer” will never ever not in million life times will find it, sorry @jefflau.eth but thats the truth. However if there was such resource as I described above target audience would be able to find it easily.
Maybe someone from community section can take ownership of such resource?