An overview of what we are building for community interactions.
How the fuck do I do that?
The most common developer question. But what do you do when the questions are not on Stack Overflow yet? (For instance if you're a cool new dev tool.). Nowadays you ask the team on their Discord. It seems very inefficient.
If you are a cool new dev tool or product, you know that the more questions and feedback you get from users, the faster you will improve your product and grow.
Websites like Stack Overflow have a very interesting feature: they efficiently distinguish between good and bad quality content, to build a consensus around quality. They do that using the reputation users progressively build up on the website.
Recipients of Productivity Tokens in a community effectively built up a reputation in the community. To further facilitate decentralized work in communities, we are building an ideal community discussion and debate platform. There, people will reach consensus around the best technical explanations, the best ideas and the best strategies for their community. The posts, questions, and answers will be weighted differently according to the amount of Productivity Tokens each member received.
Here are some examples of the content we expect:
Product or service feedback
Tutorials and essays
Content creation is a great medium of growth for dev tools. Stripe and Digital Ocean both used this strategy to great success.
Of course, contributing on the forum of a community will make you eligible to even more Productivity Tokens!