Hello there, beautiful soul!
Hope this message finds you well.
Town hall #124 brought another round of project close-out completions. First, there was Roots Wallet support for sidetree presentation, TxPipe team unveiled their Oura v2 close-out features, Catalyst Coordinator Hub wrapped up key developments and lessons learned. And lastly a close-out project from Grow India, Grow Cardano challenge by K-Sprout team: leveraging Indian start-ups.
Do you have a project that you’ve voted for in the past? Or have any other in mind? Make sure to leverage the powerful search engine on https://projectcatalyst.io/search to help find out where your favorite projects are at.
What’s the latest? Let’s dive right in.
Town Hall # 124
- TH Recording
- TH Slides
- TH Playlist: link here
- Break Out Rooms: https://bit.ly/33i38SB
Next: TH #125 on May 10th at 5PM UTC. Register now via this recurring link.
Pack a bag for a trip around the world
Did you know that there is an amazing community network of community events around the world centered around Project Catalyst? Explore the full list from the image above here and join - they are waiting for you.
Project Completions - 480+ and counting!
480+ projects funded by Catalyst have been completed to date by submitting their self-reported close-out reports and videos. Not seeing your favorite project completed yet? You can check their progress on other tabs and also the monthly reporting output documents. Save the links below:
- Monthly Reporting: https://bit.ly/FundedProjectsReporting
- Monthly Report Output Data: https://bit.ly/Funded-Projects-Reports
- Proposal Journey: https://bit.ly/Catalyst-Proposal-Journey
- Want to do more? Check this call to action about accountability and participation or the zoom invite link in the next section - you’re invited.
Are spreadsheets a little too much? Leverage community tools like Lido Nation which you can find here or via projectcalyst.io/funds website directly.
In November 2022 we kicked off the auditability workgroup re-boot. The time has come for the third meeting and we’d love you to be there. If you’d like to catch up - here’s the original Cardano Forum post from last year.
Workgroup Meeting #3:
- When? May 11 at 3PM UTC. You can register via this zoom link.
Last two meetings we worked out of this miro board. Please review the topics as we’ll build upon our conversations further. Recording and notes will be shared after the meeting. This invite will be circulated via email sign-up list as well if you have done so previously. If you haven’t yet - please reply to this forum post and I will pick up your intent there. Thank you in advance.
Last week in CIPs
Here’s the recap from my colleague Ryan Williams that writes these fantastic CIP round-ups. I figured you’d like them, too. So here’s the latest to get up to speed. You can catch past and future summaries via this Cardano forum thread here as well.
If you are unsure what CIPs are about - please check out this link to dive deeper: https://cips.cardano.org/.
RW: What happened in CIPs last week?
CIP-??? Cardano dApp-Wallet Web Bridge Governance Extension [New Proposal]:
- This proposal extends CIP-30 Cardano dApp-Wallet Web Bridge to provide support for CIP-1694 focussed web-based stacks.
- I am the author
CIP-??? Proposal creation metadata [New Proposal]:
- This proposal outlines a metadata standard for (governance) proposal mint transactions to include that can be read by off-chain applications in a consistent way.
- This comes from Agora.
RW: CIP Editors Meeting #65 (agenda w/ notes)
- CIP Editors Meeting #65:
- May 16th at 5pm UTC.
- Held on Discord - here.
- Agenda TBC
Caught my attention
Always great to see the community diving into topics surrounding treasury management and long-term sustainability. What better way than to look at practical comparable instances in history? Check out the full length of insights from Tobias in this tweet thread link here.
Curious to know what the current Cardano Treasury balance is like and how it trends over time? I recommend checking out the graph above in full screen via this link on cexplorer.io/pot or also this another community tool by Cardano Fans.
Weekly GitHub Repo Round Up
One of the primary objectives this year is to make it easier for Community members to understand how Catalyst works on the technical side and to access the Catalyst technical backend to increase transparency in systems.
The major side effect later this year is expected to be around the ability of the community to come along and start co-creating/helping build/suggest improvements to these foundations.
This repo is the starting point and we’re seeking improvements to it throughout the months to come. For now, feel free to bookmark the pages and lurk around as we get it ready:
Many community events are taking place regularly across the ecosystem. A great way to lurk around and over time participate even more directly. You can browse more via this link.
Get in touch
And that’s a wrap. Let’s talk Catalyst & governance via twitter, or telegram, or reddit, or wherever is your home online and keep conversations engaging on these very important topics.
Enjoy your day ahead!
Danny & the Project Catalyst team
Community at Project Catalyst
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