Better simplifies the feedback process by staying close to the users. Collect ideas from Discord, Twitter or directly in your DApp interface!
Customize Better to receive any ideas - from feature requests, bug reports to translation requests.
Let your community provide feedback on your roadmap and curate the best ideas from external contributors.
Integrate your existing governance tooling and free the bottleneck of scaling your DAO or Open Source project.
Plug directly into your development and project management work flows. Let users create issues from Github and automatically mirror them on your website
Or store your feedback completely decentralized on IPFS or onchain, on NEAR and Polygon.
Better allows anyone to fund a proposal, turning the idea into a bounty that is open for contributors to implement.
Bounties can fund your product development and serve as a strong signal for community support.
Build up a community of active contributors and onboard great new teammates - from engineers, to community builders.
With each contribution, Better builds up a reputation score - a degen score for community contribution, combining onchain funding data, github commits and votes.
We see huge potential in crypto coordinating the planning, building and maintaining of public goods and infrastructure.
However, working in the DAO ecosystem, we noticed the shortcomings of current coordination tooling. There are initial hurdles to participate and build up reputation. DAOs tend to take a long time from vetting ideas to implementation. While most of the curation is done by core teams, which takes time away from product building.
To solve this, we are building an open platform that plugs into your existing planning and development flows. Using Better increases input of ideas and allows your community to curate, fund and implement them - taking away burden and time from your core team.
There are two core differences:
While Tokenlog focuses on onchain governance for already funded dApp projects, Better aims to coordinate stakeholders around a dApp’s complete journey -- from funding, to roadmap prioritization, to identifying new talent and fostering a community of related projects.
We think this more closely resembles how Web3 communities actually operate. Many users wear multiple hats -- those of founders, developers, creators, patrons, etc. -- and the same user’s profile may differ from project to project.
Better also allows for a project and its community to develop ideas, tools, and services around the core project. As an example, Better could allow users identify the need for third-party tools that integrate with a project (e.g. discord/telegram bots) that could be built by the community, for the community, all within the ecosystem of the core project.
There are two major parts to Sourcecred. Recording contributions from any member of a dApp’s community and rewarding them. new talent and fostering a community of related projects.
We love this holistic view on contributions to Open Source communities. And we see Better as a possible onramp for funding into a Sourcecred instance.