Please give a short description of the topic/cause for your Community Hub
A place for developers to talk with the Fe, Portal Network, and Snake Charmers teams. We would like to host office hours, round table discussions, and offer a forum for user feedback.
What will you offer to the Devcon attendees?
The main things we would like to offer are:
- Office hours
- Round table discussions
- User feedback
We envision this hub to be a space for community members to come and ask questions around tooling, the Portal Network or Fe. We would be open to supporting and talking with anyone using any tooling, not necessarily Python/Fe/Portal Network specific, but the hub will be staffed by those people. Anyone who might be curious about our projects or web3 development in general can come swing by and talk to different team members. We would also like to provide help to existing users who may be building something and stuck. It would also be a place for the teams mentioned above to get feedback from community members, and host discussions in a round table format.
- Folks interested in trying out a beta of Portal clients at the command line, or hooking it to a browser wallet. They might have environment setup issues, or not know the right syntax to swap Infura out of Metamask
- Devs who write Python that uses web3.py to make on-chain calls, but get stuck on dependency issues or a quirk of type handling
- (Early adopter) contract devs looking to experiment with Fe, but unfamiliar with common strategies for resolving errors produced by the Fe compiler
Add a rough outline of your Community Hubs program
Oct 11 - Devcon opening hours - Fe team
Oct 12 - Devcon opening hours - Portal Network
Oct 13 - Devcon opening hours - Snake Charmers (Python Dev tooling)
Oct 14 - Devcon opening hours - General Office hours
List the people who will organise, oversee and be responsible for the Community Hub
Main points of contact will be myself, Jason Carver, and Grant Wuerker
List the equipment or production needs (see what’s possible in the RFP)
* Signage * Limited amount of chairs or sitting furniture - maybe seating for ~15-20 people * Power outlets * Desks * A TV-sized screen you can connect to via HDMI cable * Whiteboards