Have an idea that’s not yet proposal ready? Or have a proposal and want some feedback before you make it official? Need help fleshing it out and catching flaws? Do you want to see if there’s enough community interest in your idea before you invest time and effort in drafting a formal proposal?
That’s what this category is for.
The entire Pocket community is invited to consider your ideas and pre-proposals here and let you know what they think.
Upon request, the newly formed GRIP group will also take part in this review. More on GRIP below.
Introducing GRIP - Group to Review and Improve Proposals!
The GRIP team was created to help you prepare proposals. For everything you need to know - starting from your idea, and ending with submission of your proposal - refer to our Proposal Preparation Guide.
The GRIP team is made up of community members who are versed in the technical and economic aspects of the Pocket Network. There’s a graphic artist and an editor too.
If you want expert feedback on technical or economic aspects, you can reach out to us in the #public-lobby channel on our Discord server. Here’s the invite link.
GRIP can add detail, adjust for clarity and help with budget estimates. To make complex proposals digestible, GRIP can make them reader friendly and the graphic artist can create visual aids.
Want writing assistance? Just ask. Once your proposal is ready for official launch and voting, ask us to do a final check for grammar, spelling and typos. No matter how simple a proposal, a final edit or proofread is recommended.
If you’re not ready to go public, we can give you some private feedback first.
For a simple breakdown of GRIP proposal assistance and a sample of our graphic artist’s work, see below: