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Progress? That's what our new version of the handbook is all about
Notion handbook & Airtable trackers are live!🔥
Before we get to the handbook, let's take it step by step... Get to know the latest news from dOrg!
Tech Upskilling Workshop
Jordan, Nestor, and Jure will be giving a workshop on "Release Pipeline Best Practices" in the Polywrap use case.
dOrg members -> Join the workshop on August 18 - 12:00 EST.
Not a dOrg member? Be sure to turn on your youtube notifications to be updated when the video is posted!
Here are some relevant proposals approved in the last month:
We approved 2 new funded roles!
We got featured in the launch of Tabula!
Our builders had a blast helping Gnosis guild launch Tabula!
Tabula is a publication tool made for DAOs, multisigs, avatars, and any Ethereum-based account, it has been great to be part of it!
You’ll learn how to publish your DAO in this article.
Check out how Gnosis has introduced Tabula here:
How to get stuff done in a DAO
This month we published an article by Daniel Cooper, where he walks through the best practices for getting stuff done in a DAO. Check out the full article here
We’ve posted a new demo on our Youtube channel about our own Clara and her experiences with Solarpunk and cohousing to DAOs.
Don’t miss her presentation in our latest Twitter Space, listen to the full audio of the talk here: DAO.fm: Solarpunk and Cohousing with Clara Gromaches
Stuff you should know about
Notion handbook & Airtable trackers are live!
Operation Conway published a new version of the handbook with updated flows and a simplified structure.
Check it out here:
The front page also links to our new Member Directory and Project Tracker. Now, instead of using the discourse forum to track details about members and projects, we have a unified source of truth that is much easier to search and keep up-to-date.
Earn rep from meeting up with dOrg members!
You can now earn rep from meeting up with other dOrg members IRL!
Make sure to send your photo to the "meet-up" channel in discord.
Find out the process to refer someone to dOrg and also earn rep if your candidate passes the recruitment process and becomes an active dOrg member!
dOrg members can check out these reports from our accounting team: June, July
Builder of the month
Job: Decentralist Product Manager
Specialization: Solution Architecture, Smart Contracts, Full Stack Web/Desktop/Mobile Apps
Location: Bucharest (not for long)
Hobbies: 3D design in Unreal Engine, making music and making videos.
Andrei shared with us some thoughts on his experiences being an active dOrg member:
What do you wish other people knew about dOrg?
The mission. A few months back, there was a series of workshops around defining what dOrg stands for, and the idea that came out of that was: We’re here to bring about a world of DAOs. Or at least to help with that. I wish other people would know our mission so they can call upon us if they’re ever looking to form a DAO and need help.
The culture. The relatively short time since I joined was enough for me to notice that dOrg has one of the most chill vibes out of all professional organizations that I’ve been around. I wish other people knew how it feels to be in a DAO, because that would also encourage DAO adoption.
What’s your work style like?
It depends on what the project needs.
If I’m working towards a deliverable, I usually break things down into sprints, and pick the individual objectives so that no sprint is longer than 4 days. During the sprint I don’t really focus on anything else (except emergencies and personal sustenance).
If it’s just an administrative/maintenance gig, I use the calendar to timebox work items.
What are you currently working on?
Speaking strictly of dOrg-related work:
On Tezos Homebase I’m dealing with the day to day maintenance and dev tasks and building the roadmap to boost user acquisition in the long run.
On Amnesty I’m participating in the solution design process.
I have the Daoification app on the backburner, and some of the stuff that I’m currently designing for Amnesty fits very well into it.
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