Please give a short description of the topic/cause for your Community Hub
A home for developer community builders to share ideas, create synergies, and host discussions on how to effectively attract, retain and engage developers. The Community Hub will host:
The goal: to foster stronger connections between different developer communities, the sharing of best practices, ideas and tools in pursuit of a common goal: onboarding a million new developers to Ethereum.
What will you offer to the Devcon attendees?
A showcase of onboarding strategies to bring the next generation of developers to Ethereum:
- Onboarding strategies from the most successful developer communities in web3
- Guided brainstorming sessions on developer experience
- Panel discussions on how to improve inclusion and diversity in dev communities
- Live demos and technical talks around developer tooling
- Communication workshops: how to communicate the value of web3 to new developers
Add a rough outline of your Community Hubs program
An inclusive hub for everyone interested in attracting more developers to Ethereum.
The hub will host:
- Technical Workshops
- Live Demos
- Communication and Community building Workshops
- An interview corner with continuous livestream
- Panel discussions
The Developer Community Hub projects will contain:
A versatile space which can be used for both panel discussions, but also more roundtable discussions and brainstorming sessions.
We’re striving to build a diverse hub, with representatives from developer communities in multiple Geographies, with Europe (HomeDAO), India (DevFolio, Questbook), Latam (BLU3DAO, HerDAO LATAM), and North America (ETHGlobal).
A small part of the space will be reserved as an interview area, where we will be continuously live-streaming, engaging with online viewers while an MC interviews attendees/speakers. This is meant to allow people who couldn’t make it to DevCon to have a place to ask questions and interact with IRL speakers and attendees.
List the people who will organise, oversee and be responsible for the Community Hub
People and organizations who have signaled support and interest in participating in the hub:
Superfluid, Polygon, The Graph, BLU3DAO, HerDAO, Questbook, ETHGlobal, HomeDAO, Devfolio, Connext, Chainlink, EPNS
- Joel “Sunny” Jesudason - Superfluid
- Francesco Renzi - Superfluid
- Yao Chen - Superfluid
- Nader Dabit - Celestia Labs
- Daphne Charles - BLU3DAO
- Madhavan Malolan - Questbook
- Steph Orpilla - Polygon
- Francesco Andreoli - ConsenSys
- Auryn McMillian - Gnosis Guild
List the equipment or production needs (see what’s possible in the RFP)
Enough space and seating (doesn’t have to be chairs!) to host workshops, panels, and other similar activities.
A small section will be reserved for an interview corner.
Community Hubs can be equipped with the following materials, according to the communities needs:
Chairs / sitting furniture
A TV-sized screen for presentations