Where was this promised? In the discussion with Olga?
What exactly is the issue? Are you having problems regarding how to request funding?
I don’t think there was anything wrong with your previous funding request but many of the questions and concerns went unanswered. There wasn’t much adherence to the community led accountability which was trying to be enforced there (and is inherent in an open source environment like NEAR)
Sorry to hear that! The work you guys do is awesome but, as we’ve mentioned in the past, please be prepared to answer questions from both the Council(s) and the wider NEAR Community.
To clarify; you’re looking for a more structured way of submitting funding requests? Are you aware that there’s already a guide for this here?
We had a zoom with Shreyas, and later with Grace, and we asked for the standart form for making proposals. They promised to send, and we didnt recieve it. Glad to hear, that everything was good with our proposals. So the issue is that no discussion? But councils didnt ask questions, i am confused. Also, we thought that this monthly grant program was already voted, end of month was on 6-september. Almost 3 weeks all our people was without payment. When we have to start discussion for next month funds than? Maybe right now?
It’s not exclusively the role of the Council to ask questions regarding funding. NEAR is a community-driven ecosystem and with that comes a level of community-driven accountability.
There were numerous questions which went unanswered, most of them from @Dacha. I’ve linked a few below
The ultimate goal of the NEAR Foundation is to make itself redundant. This won’t be possible without an increased level of community-driven accountability so, with that in mind, I think it’s important that all questions from all users are addressed when it comes to funding proposals.
There is a guide for this here. That guide includes an example post outline:
I think this goes back to what I mentioned here:
There is no guarantee that any proposal will be voted through. There was not sufficient discussion in the previous thread, no Council members chimed in as there were still a tonne of community questions which went unanswered.
If you mean funding for October then yes, absolutely. Feel free to submit it when you’re ready. However, please be prepared for questions from the NEAR Community and the Council(s).
If you’re still struggling to submit proposals even with the guide then please let me know in a response to this comment and I’ll get something more granular written up for you.
Cheers, and hope you’re having an awesome time in Kyiv with everyone
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Why did you rented 3 offices for city node? Ps: You got money for 3 offices , your proposals were approved. [image][image]
We rented 2. It was for 1 month. (hackathon time) Because we have house 25km from Mukachevo, we rented offices, where we could sleep at night if needed and work. Now we have 1 office in coworking, but its not paid yet.
Dear Dacha, we are trying to communicate, but every contact with you was demotivative and negative. You ask same questions again and again, and more we answer, the more you ask. And you are not transperant, but pretending to know everything about our lives. We dont have so much time for conversations with one person from big community, we have to work. I understand that you like to talk, but we really have to work and sleep sometimes)
Can you please share the responses to the questions that Dacha asked and I shared here:
If there is an excessive overreach of questions, and those questions add no value to the discussion or the proposal, then I agree it’s not welcome in the Forum. However, I don’t see any instances of this at this moment.
Nobody claimed this, Dacha is as much a member of the Community Member as you and I. Please be open to answering all relevant questions from any member of the community regardless of personal feelings toward them.
I am not frustrated, i am trying to understand forum questions from Community = 1 person. Answering questions = rejection. Everyone say “good job” = rejection. Photo with cardboard, 280 followers= 300 Near monthly approved. its not a question just some thoughts)
I think this kind of sarcasm is totally inappropriate in a thread where funding is discussed.
@David_NEAR, who is part of the NEAR Core team if that matters to you (although I like the idea of everyone has an equal weighting in the community), gave an exact list of questions that went unanswered, which caused the discussion to stagnate in another thread, and asked for answers.
I would like to see these answers too.
“It’s fake” is not a kind of answer that can help solve the issue. @Dacha has provided you source of this information, If the information there is incorrect, it would be great if you could provide the correct
We sold this company long time ago to our friends.
So why do you keep listing this company in your structure?
I appreciate any initiatives at NEAR that help the ecosystem grow, including yours.
But I’ve read few reports and funding requests from you guys (@INFINITY and @Melody), and sometimes it’s really hard to recognize what are you requesting funding for.