Correct, absolutely. Here is my profile.
It’ll be nice to have a Social Scientist in the ranks who resides in the Community WG. Ecosystem WG could have a resident protocol researcher and developer. Public Goods WG could have an Impact Researcher helping ENS with DAO2DAO relations.
This has to be decided by the DAO. I am sure TNL can recommend equivalent compensation level that they pay to their own dev staff weighted by the time commitment. If such a group existed, the steward should be full-time employed; we will see this first hand in the Analytics & Research subWG tester.
I don’t think so. Most of the tooling exists already in the bigger realm of Data Analytics, it is only a matter of managing them and putting right tools to solve appropriate problems.
No. What Gitcoin uses is rudimentary at best – no offence to @mmurthy. We had a call about a month ago where we discussed how we can elevate the reputation model used by Gitcoin and make it better. This is my suggestion for better, which is objectively better.
That’s a discussion for another day when this WG has a chance to be founded. I’ll have a think on it.
Well, there were talks by Top.gg CEO in Amsterdam about bots that we could use to gauge our discord engagement. There was a very good academic talk by Amy Jung into DAO structures. Peter from 1k(x) gave a pretty cool talk about fractalised Governance. I mean there was a whole day of talks on DAOs at DAOist GGG. That surely falls under Research. I haven’t yet mentioned the Hackathons.
No resentment, only trying to get things done