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Catalyst-Coordinator Hub Proposal
F7: Scale-UP Cardano's Community Hubs
Proposers funded by Catalyst lack a collaborative layer to answer FAQ questions, leave feedback and raise issues.
Implement a collaborative layer, a community hub, to welcome funded proposers to Catalyst and provide support.
A key Prioritized Problem handed over to Catalyst Circle V2 was "Cohort: Almost non existing "collaborative layer" to welcome newcomers" ( https://catalyst-swarm.gitbook.io/catalyst-circle/activities/catalyst-prioritized-problems-trello#cohort-almost-non-existing-collaborative-layer-to-welcome-newcomers ).
To begin to address this problem, to gather feedback and to track issues Stephen Whitenstall set up a Catalyst Coordinator GitBook for problem-sensing the Funded Cohort process in November 2021.
This was announced at Fund 7 Town Hall #3 on 1st December 2021.
The Catalyst Coordinator GitBook (https://quality-assurance-dao.gitbook.io/catalyst-coordinator/) provides :
- A reference tool for the Coordinator community.
The total budget for this proposal was a modest $4,350. This covered maintenance of the GitBook and backend GitHub repository for 3 months at $ 3,150 and engagement on social media (Telegram/Discord) over 3 months for $ 1,200. The actual work period lasted between November 2021 and February 2022.
Regular updates over 3 months (21 hours per month) to add content
$50 per hour for 63 hours (21 x 3) = $ 3,150
Promotion, engagement and communication on social media (Twitter, Telegram, Youtube, Discord, Reddit).
2 hours per week for 3 months = 24 hours = $50 hour for 24 hours = $ 1,200
- Amount of material added to the GitBook
- Feedback received for Catalyst Circle and the community
- Amount of commentary on GitBook and on social media
- Page views and dwell time
- Number of issues from the Coordinator community that are raised and explored by Catalyst Circle.
The Catalyst Coordinator GitBook and GitHub is currently being maintained.
Once funded, Catalyst Coordinator GitBook and GitHub will sustain communications, provide a documentation platform and a means to gather feedback for the funded proposer community.