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$581.00 Requested
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Problem:
Challenge: F6: Catalyst value onboarding
completed Awarded 0.775% of the fund.
Community Advisor Reviews:
4.6 (9)
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Addresses Challenge

4.7 / 5
3 Reviews

Does the proposal effectively addresses the challenge?

Community Reviews (3)

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October 23, 2021

The proposers already brought value to the community and that's of course fair that they don't need to pay for the tools from their own pocket, especially when Catalyst itself has a huge budget.

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October 23, 2021

The problem and solution are clear and within the scope of the challenge.

This is a retroactive proposal, the work has already been done and the team is requesting reimbursement of subscription costs for the following applications/services:

Discord Statbot, Miro, Zoom, WordPress Website, WIX Website, GitBook.

The tools mentioned above were widely used by the Catalyst community over the last few months and contributed to the value onboarding, however the team did not describe concrete metrics that allow to quantify the impact over the period.

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October 23, 2021

The proposal effectively addresses the challenge because the growth of the catalyst community can be attested to the work done from those currently within the community. These people should be acknowledged for their commitment which will further incentivize innovation and growth.

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Feasibility

5 / 5
3 Reviews

Given experience and plan presented is likely that this proposal will be implemented successfully

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October 23, 2021

The proposal budget is very small compared to the overall budget and the listed tools are needed in work.

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October 23, 2021

The Swarm + Steve team has been contributing a lot to the development of projects in the Catalyst community for several months now.\

This is a retroactive proposal, so judging feasibility does not make much sense and the criteria established in the CA guidelines do not fully fit this criterion. Considering that the tools, funded by the team throughout the period, were very useful over the last few months and contributed to the challenge and the concept is just to pay for subscriptions, I think the rationale indicates feasibility.

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October 23, 2021

Those who bore the costs initially have presented this proposal so the costs associated will be reimbursed to the initiators. Their costs have been projected and will be satisfied with payment. They also future proof costs for those who wish to further improve the community.

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Auditability

4 / 5
3 Reviews

Does the proposal provides sufficient information to assess and audit progress and completion?

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October 23, 2021

Both ​Steven Aldrich and Swarm are known and very active participants of the community, this recognition might be the audit, and we can grant them some freedom to choose the tools which they need for their work.

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October 23, 2021

There is clarity in the alignment of the problem and solution with the challenge.

This is a retroactive proposal, so I believe that auditability should be available. While the Catalyst community has benefited greatly from subscription services/software, the team didn't provide metrics and KPIs to allow us objectively judge the impact of subscription services/software on the community.

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October 23, 2021

The proposer could potentially add attachments of receipts or payments made which can provide transparency for the wider community. Costs are quite low however which should make this proposal easy to audit.

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