This is a follow up thread from the passed proposal coCrypting #1 and its 1st step, the workshop that we just had.
I’ll try to leave this 1st message as a hub for links and leave the comments section to go deeper and for participation
coCrypting #1: workshop document
The call we had orbited around this document, it’s full of references, constructs and exercises
As we went notes were skillfully taken and offer a more distilled approach to what was discussed
Insights from the form (coming soon)
16 people filled the form so far and there are a bunch of useful insights from their answers, I verbally shared some of them and tried to digest key points in the Case Studies section of the WS doc. But I’d like to try to offer a more visual feedback (hopefully soon).
Took the liberty to set up a PARA system as framework for a commonplace book of ours.
“It is a “good enough” system, maintaining notes according to their actionability (which takes just a moment to determine), instead of their meaning (which is ambiguous and depends on the context).”
Every exercise, or group of tasks like starting a glossary
Areas of interest, where projects should orbit around e.g. digital hygiene
The place to store live resources e.g. the workshop’s document
Anything not in use e.g. older versions
For the 2nd iteration of the study group
Notion (the commonplace book)
For anything process-wise. Every page should be open for comments and anyone may request editing rights (just DM me).
DAOtalk (this thread, mostly)
Feel free to ask or write anything here. Both a hub and a bridge between the localized initiatives and other genDAOnizens.
Jitsi (Our own FOSS conference room)
For retrospectives. I think we should have at least 2 quick calls there during the study group’s lifespan.
Ad Hoc (genDAO Telegram, DMs, Keybase)
DMs are welcome! And I created a Keybase Team in case we feel like having more consistent (and safer) synchronous chats (DM me to join)
Questions, comments, any and all feedback are welcome
PS.: Expect more updates from this thread soon!