We formed a SourceCred team for the Odyssey Hackathon 2019.
@mzargham, @decentralion, @brianlitwin, @Brutalfluffy, @lb attended.
While there, we prototyped an ‘Odyssey Plugin’ which was intended to be a “manual mode” graph editor, allowing users to use the SourceCred protocol to assign cred in arbitrary projects. We also prototyped a pretty sweet graph visualizer for SourceCred:
It was a community building opportunity for SourceCred and got us a bit of exposure.
@LB and @Brutalfluffy also did a bunch of design/visual art brainstorming. Check out this awesome poster that @LB made:
Go to hackathon.
The hackathon did not wind up producing much in the way of concrete outputs or deliverables.
The SourceCred protocol itself
Potentially related work:
The “ SourceCred Explorer” (currently out of order)
From A Gentle Introduction to Cred
If we expand a single node, we can see how that node received its cred via its connections to other nodes. At the top level, it aggregates groups of connections based on the type of edge, and the type of node the edge connects to. The percentages show what fraction of the node’s cred came from that connection, and the numbers show …
@mzargham pulled together much of the team and managed relationships with the hackathon organziers
@decentralion led the hackathon team
All these people for all these things:
Sarah ( for logistics)
Jonathan Talbott (for narrative help)
Anastasia (sweet logo)
JP (for bringing us here)
Robert (For awesome sketches and logo ideas)
Catering (for enabling us to eat w/o leaving venue)
Grif (For hosting design team on his boat)
Eugene (For implementing frontend mockup)
Find all the references and links to “Odyssey Hackathon” in this forum and update them to point to this Initiative.
@decentralion to confirm, until the Discourse Plugin Upgrade: tracking wiki updates is created, this will result in 0 Cred for the person who makes these updates right? lol
Correct–currently wiki modifications are invisible to SourceCred.
Discourse Plugin Upgrade: tracking wiki updates as a dependency to Pay $100k to SourceCred Contributors