NOTE: Community call is at at NEW TIME! It has moved from 10am to 11am (PST) moving forward
Join us for the weekly SourceCred community call! Community calls typically occur every is Tues at 11am (PST).
1/14/2019, 11am (PST)
Google calendar event (has link to call)
If you’d like a direct email invitation to the event, please send @s_ben a private message with your email.
- Everyone on call gives a quick update on what they’ve worked on in the last couple weeks.
- Update from @decentralion about progress, feedback from participants.
Open community Q&A
- Anyone is invited to ask questions.
This week saw a big discussion of how emotional labor can be quantified and rewarded. Other topics included review culture, localized ‘team-based’ cred, and how to replicate desirable behaviors seen in OSS generally.
@decentralion did not do the usual Grain distributions this week. In the spirit of review culture, they are introducing a new process whereby the prior week’s cred is first posted on Discourse to give the community an opportunity to review and suggest changes. Contributors will spend 1-2 weeks reviewing cred, tweaking if necessary, before Grain is distributed.
@Beanow has been commenting on Discourse and GitHub, reviewing and refactoring code, and taking spontaneous calls.
@brianlitwin squashed a bug, has a feature PR in the works.
@decentralion kicked off a new review process for cannonical documentation, starting with a doc on review culture. Has been refactoring the core SourceCred algorithm to clean it up and make it more legible new newcomers. Also creating technical documentation for the core algorithm. Researching the best legal structure for SourceCred, with help from @protocol. Has been studying other crypto projects’ governance for best practices.
@LB has been working on CredCon planning and logicstics. Has booked an amazing house in Boulder (15 beds, air mattresses, hot tub, etc.), as well as a townhouse in Denver for the days of EthDenver, 10 min walk to the convention. Putting together schedule of events.
@s_ben has been working on documentation, Discourse convos, ordering stickers for CredCon, and researching on-chain DAO architectures.
@amico listening in.
Below is a recording of the call: