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    ivan
    @ivanminutillo
    Screen Shot 2018-03-21 at 10.12.36.png
    this is a screenshot of a faircoop plan, as u can see the kanban is not the usual trello-alike, but it is inspired by the original kanban model (the one developed by toyota) more keen to a resource flow approaches
    rather than the status of a plan (todo - doing - done)
    this instead is a screenshot when you click on a commitment (the white box inside the bin)
    Screen Shot 2018-03-21 at 15.21.56.png
    this is the modal of a commitment, where users log their events against it (basically they log their work on it)
    ivan
    @ivanminutillo
    the kanban is modelled around REA concept:
    the whole kanban is a Plan
    each plan is divided in several Processes (the gray bin)
    each process has several commitment (the white box)
    each commitment has several events (the events logged in the modal)
    an event can be a work event (as it is now for faircoop), but it can represent any event done inside a community: produce / cite / consume / work / write /
    to keep track of all the activities that we want to keep track of
    this is my personal feed, where each user that have a kind of relationship with me can see all my activity inside the ecosystem…generated at the moment by the work I logged on kanban
    Screen Shot 2018-03-21 at 15.29.03.png
    ivan
    @ivanminutillo
    @stellarmagnet what you mean by pay protocols?
    pospi
    @pospi
    I'm also keen to hear specifics on that. This'll be the interesting part where REA ideologies and blockchain ideologies potentially diverge. But in terms of OVN-compatible software, payment handling is usually centered around "value equations" - https://speakerdeck.com/mikorizal/10-nrp-value-equation-concepts-and-tutorial - which are really just pre-agreed means of distributing income based on contributions to a project
    ivan
    @ivanminutillo
    yes! budget distribution is managed through a value equation. Parameters of FairCoop value equation are decided in open assembly (the hour rates inside the ecosystem, roles, etc. Next month we will review these first 6months with the current value equation and discuss if and how to improve it )
    Rhys Lindmark
    @RhysLindmark_twitter

    Btw, I'll be doing an "events" group call next week: "How to: Organize a Crypto Event/Hackathon"

    Put your availability here if you're interested! (Or share with a friend who is organizing an event!) http://whenisgood.net/r52bwsa

    Anders Lindén
    @Anders-Linden
    an issue we had in Gothenburg, Sweden with hackathons and low work force with a workflow witch is longer than one event is that we always end up with new people so we cannot go to the next step, which is frustrating because you always want to teach the real deal but never comes to that. Solution, split up in newbie and advanced groups.
    Rhys Lindmark
    @RhysLindmark_twitter
    Hey all! @nieldlr_twitter and I are supporting a $2400 grant for a new Co-Steward of the ETHCommons! If you or a friend is interested, apply here! https://goo.gl/forms/iqdY8TxsQETQC0oS2
    Naveen Mishra
    @urstrulymishra_twitter
    This is very inspiring Rhys. Kudos to you. Radical transparency
    Will definitely share the ethcommons stewardship
    Michael Lustig
    @technoplato_twitter
    @RhysLindmark_twitter I'm getting a 404 on that link for the co steward of eth commons medium article. Can you repost?
    Rhys Lindmark
    @RhysLindmark_twitter

    Hello @/all ! Two things:

    1. Here's an #ETHCommons update! i.e. What the hell is it? https://medium.com/@RhysLindmark/what-actually-is-ethcommons-7b7828c24328

    2. I'd love to do a group call in the next week or two to discuss what you'd like to get from ETHCommons and how it should evolve. If you're interested in chatting, fill out your open times here, thanks! http://whenisgood.net/3xh25w2

    Rhys Lindmark
    @RhysLindmark_twitter

    Thanks for your responses—the group call is tomorrow! Here are the details:

    I'd expect 5-10 people there. Hope to see you then!

    Jim Waugh
    @jwaup_twitter
    anybody else joining? sorry i'm late!
    Rhys Lindmark
    @RhysLindmark_twitter

    Thanks to all who came! Livestream recording is here: https://youtu.be/wxrgXHKwtx8

    Takeaways soon around #Glue, etc. coming soon :)

    Michael Lustig
    @technoplato_twitter
    that was a lot of fun. Thanks for putting it on @RhysLindmark_twitter
    Christina Frankopan
    @nichnachnoch_twitter
    Hi rhys
    👋
    Rhys Lindmark
    @RhysLindmark_twitter
    Hi Christina! (And btw, it's not just me here :) )
    Ghost
    @ghost~5ade5c21d73408ce4f96cd3c
    Hello
    Rhys Lindmark
    @RhysLindmark_twitter
    Hi @pet3r-pan! I like your username. What made you interested to join this gitter?
    Ghost
    @ghost~5ade5c21d73408ce4f96cd3c
    Hey mate @RhysLindmark_twitter , I joined this gitter on the recommendation of Nathan Waters who was part of the first video call above^^
    I have been digging around the EIP0 Survey results and have been diagnosing some problems of the ecosystem. They include
    • How to document and get better at learning how to improve governance vs expecting ourselves to make the right calls 100% of the time (documentation of Ethereum governance process + how to discover shared values)
    • How to better communicate the mission and potential of Ethereum and decentralised technologies to people who are just entering in this space + trying to improve public attitude towards cryptocurrencies in general after the 'summer of ICOs'
    • How to help the community succeed in various ways -> from consumers, miners to even people who want to contribute but have little time to spare due to having a fulltime job. How can we remove friction and efficiently onboard people who want to contribute to Ethereum (focus on non-engineering roles: educators, content creators, artists?, business development, community managers etc.)
    Ghost
    @ghost~5ade5c21d73408ce4f96cd3c
    @RhysLindmark_twitter Do we have a roadmap / backlog of things to get done?
    Rhys Lindmark
    @RhysLindmark_twitter
    Awesome! Depending on the goal, things get done in a variety of ways. At this point, most folks here are in "rough consensus, running code" (i.e. we're all value aligned but working on our respective projects). For your work with EIP0, I was going to recommend ETHMagicians forum/gitter, but looks like you're already involved there :)
    1. Also, we have a new #ETHCommons Steward (Susan Stites), who, depending on what she decides to focus on, might be more intentionally coordinating this group!
    pospi
    @pospi
    Looks like a great group to collaborate with- https://ecf.network/
    Jim Waugh
    @jwaup_twitter
    something I wrote about intentional protocol deisgn ~ https://medium.com/@jwaup/manifest-pluralism-6e29129c6efd
    would appreciate any feedback!
    Nathan Waters
    @nathanwaters
    @RhysLindmark_twitter have you come across any good content for #glue? I'm starting to roll deep on that meme (title is now "Australian Community Glue" :D) and hoping to infect the minds of other folks on the community team at consensys
    Rhys Lindmark
    @RhysLindmark_twitter
    1a. @jwaup_twitter Thanks for sharing! I'm a huge fan of pluralism (also "omni-consideration", multi-perspective thinking, etc.). I'm an especially big fan when it's connected to its opposite ("coherence"?).
    1b. I believe I see how pluralism is manifest in your multi-dimensional token. Though I definitely think you could make it more clear, possibly with code examples?
    1c. Even though I love working with abstraction, some of your statements confused me. e.g. "decentralized marketplace for any contextualized action with relative meaning or value." (I guess you're saying that any action gets put into a context, and within that context it has a specific meaning or value?)
    1d. This is all to say: my feedback really depends on your goal for the article. Stating your goal at the top of the article helps you write and helps readers give feedback!
    2a. @nathanwaters Haha, I dig your new title. I've also been using the meme (though I often use all caps i.e. #GLUE). I also think it's powerful because it's abstracted away from a specific "organization" (#ETHCommons feels more like an actual "organization"...which it's clearly not :) ). I think some of the Giveth folks have been using #GLUE as well.
    2b. Not sure exactly what you mean by "good content" for #GLUE though. Or at least, I haven't found it :)
    Rhys Lindmark
    @RhysLindmark_twitter
    3 Also I feel like y'all would enjoy Jill Ruth's recent piece on a "Free Company". It's super aligned. (Though I let her know that I think she should use "open" instead of "free", similar to when folks made the decision to use "open source" instead of "free software". In English, free = gratis and libre.)
    Jim Waugh
    @jwaup_twitter
    @RhysLindmark_twitter Thanks for taking the time to read my post and give such thoughtful advice. I've made a bunch of revisions based on your feedback. It was a great suggestion to add the 888 code, and I did my best to state our goals :)
    tvanepps
    @tvanepps

    Hello all, although it looks this group has been dormant for some time I am adding a link to a curated spreadsheet with links to a bunch of public calls.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Wg_eX-mYopvWT3LeHe4-FEHOtJoG28h8YcHl4PFTX5k/edit?usp=sharing

    comment any errors directly in the Gsheet
    cheers!
    (┌゚д゚)┌ [HODL]
    @j32804_twitter
    hai