Stake Pool School Course—Calls for Contribution
Contribute to the Cardano Stake Pool School
Do you have great ideas on how to improve the educational materials available to new stake pool operators? Then read on to find out how you can get involved in the Stake Pool School!
With the launch of the Shelley through Cardano’s hardfork in July 2020, stake pool operators are able to officially run pools and attract delegates on the Cardano mainnet.
To support new pool operators joining the Cardano ecosystem, the Cardano Foundation and members of IOHK’s engineering team, including Lars Brünjes, created the Stake Pool School. With a collection of video content and walkthroughs, the Stake Pool School helped new stake pool operators, regardless of their technical abilities, get started with running and establishing a pool.
The Stake Pool School contains five lesson series, designed to take users from running a Cardano-node, all the way through to monitoring and visualizing stake pool data through Grafana.
Contribute to the Stake Pool School
The Stake Pool School was a huge undertaking internally, and we have carefully collected and listened to community feedback. Now, following calls for contributions, we are pleased to announce that we will be opening up the Stake Pool School GitHub repository for community collaboration.
We believe it will be most empowering to our community and in keeping with our decentralized roots to open the course for contributions in this manner. Your assistance will be instrumental in keeping the Stake Pool School up-to-date, ensuring it remains a valuable resource for new pool operators well into the future.
So, how can you contribute? The Stake Pool School GitHub repo is now public, available here:
We are now calling for pull requests, including proposed changes to the course content, the updating of any outdated content, and other suggestions.
If you would like to get involved, follow the link above. Or, use the comments section below to let us and other community members know what features and content you would like to see covered.
Thank you for your participation
Read more about the Stake Pool School and community involvement here: