The Winding Tree community and team has clearly signalled that there is need for more transparency over what happened since 2017 at Winding Tree.
That is why we aim to write a transparency report and give a detailed explanation of what has been happening over the past few years (with ICO funds, legal entities, funding of external parties etc.). As we aim to start operating as a DAO, trust is one of the most important components, this report should provide any details that the team and community deems necessary.
The report will shed light from the ICO in 2017 all the way to 2021 and include a short vision statement on where we are going with the new projects that are running as well as how we aim to operate with more transparency from now on.
Discourse discussion (7 days)
- Before we start writing the report we want to collect your ideas on what sections the report should include, so please go to the discussion, we’ll try to keep collecting points as the report gets written.
- Review of submissions (3 days)
- Review of submitted questions: request additional clarification of submitters to explain better.
- Writing Transparency Report (21 days)
- Main content: should cover all submitted questions but not address specific individual questions. It should be an overall overview of Winding Tree’s activities.
- Appendix: should include references to sections in main content that addresses individual questions
- Minimum benchmark is the EF 2021 Transparency Report
- Publish Transparency Report (1 day)
- PDF format distributed in Discord & Discourse
- Host Q&A session (1 hour) on Zoom where anyone can ask questions (and later on publish on Youtube) (3 days)
@luca : Discourse hero
Step 1: June 28, 2022
Step 2: July 1, 2022
Step 3: July 22, 2022
Step 4: July 23, 2022
Step 5: July 26, 2022
This keeps overview and provides structure
- Enter main question or concern in max. 2 sentences (e.g. what is the future outlook of Winding Tree?)
- Theme (e.g. strategy/communication/future/ICO/Simard)
- Further elaboration of the main question or concern
- Supporting resources