Contributor & General Payment Logs

Foundation Professional Services

Summary

Polywrap DAO will be engaging various legal and professional service professionals as it relates to the foundation entity.

Overview of Services Performed and Price

Payee Services Price Wallet
LML Fiduciary Services (governance services) $20,000 (annual) 0xbc363302436a17563b22605e55ef13131c12009a
Silverside Management Supervisor - Similar to LML (by law, the entity requires at least one supervisor) $5,095 (annual) 0x5856a5Ee6a15e35A373A9A4864323AcC8d8fB987

TOTAL: $25,095

Additional Information

Websites and names of representatives at the professional services firms above may be provided by the proposal author upon request.

2021-12 Contributor Payout

Contributor $ WRAP Address Grant Proposal
Kevin $5,600 16 0x937F5b32Bc3cafcd1B02462F93e6AE5a843f6C6A keeevin-grant-proposal
CIDT (WRAP) $0 91.532 0xabf028f3BC15f8e1f87b6E78Dd53321cA859CCC3 cidt-proposal
CIDT (USDT) $19,400 0 0x17eB717A1b67D263216a116EaF398D52FB409789 cidt-proposal
dOrg (Total) $34,244.44 0 0x09b0d46189d3f94e692c1ccaafa071a199687b7c See dOrg 2021-12 logs
Jordan $0 94.29 0xB1B7586656116D546033e3bAFF69BFcD6592225E See dOrg engineering
Jure $0 49.77 0x7c418d7083f6c22b3d600b8fe4f0cf93564098dd See dOrg engineering
Kris $0 18.80 0xC3C54Ee8B495A5004602AFf40c5880fb8E375aaD See dOrg engineering
Kobby $0 27.30 0x62aCE5D0B7b53A717d14Cd6f2fB697a17B998810 See dOrg engineering
Niraj $0 108.41 0x2e79A7E102897e8e14c41c6bB683a4a53b440460 See dOrg engineering
Muath $0 2.775 0xBC514De784B49dC43282F8340EbC3aa7B86Da12A See dOrg engineering
Juan $0 3.75 0xe5a45516Df5D11e54E96557Fc128E8401d2b54cB See dOrg engineering
Josh $0 4.2 0x325FB0D23B9526e90477C74e18F47670CC996606 See dOrg engineering
Magenta $0 2.8875 0x152ad2e12e102abf64280c5e3d70257effb0ede0 See dOrg ops
Ori $0 5.25 0x639749b7b08aee65039c21d8a411103c6cebebf0 See dOrg ops
Roberto $0 15.75 0x37341cbb14c5f128a70b149726ad8b2ce6f4c793 See dOrg ops
Colin $0 13.825 0x5e642f8c81de40e7e49b6a2b606dfb94a005bc44 See dOrg design
Trevor Sunberg $0 0 0xE18505A3Ce72Da815CA4Fb4cd81ae9617778551b trevor-sunberg
Evan Jacobs $0 21 0x363Cd931403c4A7251E064bD26E7542ea9699f5c evan-jacobs

On-Chain Transactions

Transaction History:

Reimburse Jordan Ellis for Legal Fees Paid on Behalf of Polywrap DAO (2)

Summary

Polywrap DAO engaged legal counsel, Walkers, to set up its foundation. We originally paid the retainer of $10K in December 2021. Currently, their cost of service is over the original retainer amount by $868.20.

They request that we pay their service retainer in fiat. Jordan Ellis will pay on behalf of the DAO which will reimburse him in stable coins within 1 day of this proposal passing.

Snapshot proposal

https://snapshot.org/#/polywrap.eth/proposal/0xdbdeab5afd9e49c1e00ea7603aa861d6122ecacdbb2eb6f5fbe63f2ef2feaf0c

Payment Details

We owe our legal counsel $828.20 USD fiat relating to their services for setting up our foundation.

Reimbursement Details

  • Jordan Ellis to pay legal fees of $868.20 on behalf of the Polywrap DAO
  • Polywrap DAO is to reimburse Jordan Ellis to the wallet address shown

Wallet Details

Contributor Reimbursement Address
Jordan Ellis (dOrgJelli) 868.20 USDC 0xB1B7586656116D546033e3bAFF69BFcD6592225E

2022-01 Contributor Payout

Notes

  • Request that dOrg be paid through Polygon through Defiwrapper Gnosis Safe.
  • We agreed to pay Kevin, dOrg, and CIDT 2.5% extra in stable coins due to late payment.

Snapshot

https://snapshot.org/#/polywrap.eth/proposal/0x8cce94edc643fab89cad45edf72574a49961a434a558bd42126efb819ea310d1

Contributor $ WRAP Address Grant Proposal
Kevin $9,800 28 0x937F5b32Bc3cafcd1B02462F93e6AE5a843f6C6A keeevin-grant-proposal
Kevin $245 0 0x937F5b32Bc3cafcd1B02462F93e6AE5a843f6C6A 2.5% extra payment
PWV $13,200 0 0x6F2aC911479A921cddB68FDB0cC027Ca1e0C1Ea0 Feb Invoice
CIDT (WRAP) $0 91.532 CIDT.eth cidt-proposal
CIDT (USDT) $19,400 0 0x17eB717A1b67D263216a116EaF398D52FB409789 cidt-proposal
CIDT (USDT 2.5% extra) $485 0 0x17eB717A1b67D263216a116EaF398D52FB409789 2.5% extra payment
dOrg (Total) $18,899.26 0 0x09b0d46189d3f94e692c1ccaafa071a199687b7c See dOrg 2022-01 logs
dOrg (2.5% extra) $472.48 0 0x09b0d46189d3f94e692c1ccaafa071a199687b7c 2.5% extra payment
Jordan $0 73.975 0xB1B7586656116D546033e3bAFF69BFcD6592225E See dOrg engineering
Jordan $868.20 0 0xB1B7586656116D546033e3bAFF69BFcD6592225E Walkers Reimbursement
Jure $0 135.98 0x7c418d7083f6c22b3d600b8fe4f0cf93564098dd See dOrg engineering
Kris $0 13.70 0xC3C54Ee8B495A5004602AFf40c5880fb8E375aaD See dOrg engineering
Kobby $0 111.83 0x62aCE5D0B7b53A717d14Cd6f2fB697a17B998810 See dOrg engineering
Niraj $0 114.1875 0x2e79A7E102897e8e14c41c6bB683a4a53b440460 See dOrg engineering
Muath $0 1.85 0xBC514De784B49dC43282F8340EbC3aa7B86Da12A See dOrg engineering
Magenta $0 3.675 0x152ad2e12e102abf64280c5e3d70257effb0ede0 See dOrg ops
Ori $0 37.80 0x639749b7b08aee65039c21d8a411103c6cebebf0 See dOrg ops
Roberto $0 4.165 0x37341cbb14c5f128a70b149726ad8b2ce6f4c793 See dOrg ops
Ron $0 5.25 0x355382c41dEBaC9FF3161Eaa37472e8EFEB0DB6a See dOrg ops
Colin $0 1.31250 0x5e642f8c81de40e7e49b6a2b606dfb94a005bc44 See dOrg design
Evan Jacobs $0 42 0x363Cd931403c4A7251E064bD26E7542ea9699f5c evan-jacobs

To postpone

Vendor $ WRAP Address Purposel
Cowrie LLC $15,000 0 0x363Cd931403c4A7251E064bD26E7542ea9699f5c Legal
DLx $20,000 0 TBD Legal

On-Chain Transactions

Transaction History:

Grant Proposal - Eugene Fine, Technical Facilitator Role

Background

I am a principal lead at CIDT (https://consideritdone.tech) and our team is a Polywrap DAO Contributor. We are very proud of our past and ongoing contributions, including Polywrap DAO Hub (GitHub - polywrap/hub: The Polywrap Hub: Explore, Interact, and Deploy).

I have experience building and scaling technology organizations, and management of the Software Development Lyfe Cycle (SDLC) including product design, development, quality assurance, compliance, security, distribution and support. My past and present projects include CTO role at Explorer Surgical Corp. (https://www.explorersurgical.com/company), leadership role at CIDT, technical leadership contributions to Certified NFT (https://www.certifiednft.io), Nodle Block Explorer (https://explorer.nodle.com), to name a few.

Snapshot

https://snapshot.org/#/polywrap.eth/proposal/0x3a8ec8970aba534437d3247e25d615c20cc1fc34ecf4cda55fdf495ff7fb8339

Areas Of Contribution

Technical Working Group Roadmapping: Work with the technical leaders within each core working group, helping them clearly define reliable roadmaps for the rest of the organization to coordinate around. Identify dependencies between WGs, and help advise leads on how to best synchronize with other parts of the org.

  • define and build consensus with Technical Council on DOW Roadmap Grooming Standards
  • create reference and education materials for Roadmap Grooming Standards to onboard new or existing teams
  • establish regular cadence with WGs for Roadmap Grooming,
  • facilitate and guide Roadmap Grooming process with WGs, but allow for flexibility to support teams preferred development methodologies.
  • define process to identify and prioritize dependancies/blockers across all WG’s roadmaps.
  • define and administer process to publish DOW Roadmap, establish a process to provide visibility and feedback loop for qualified DOW members, and facilitate Roadmap consensus.
  • recommend incentives strategies for best Roadmap Grooming standards adherence

Integration (1st & 3rd Party): Understand the various points of integration occuring within the Polywrap ecosystem, both internally within the DAO, and externally with 3rd party developers (launch partners, etc). Track these developments, and use them to help advise DAO WGs on how to best prioritize user stories.

  • define process to organize 3rd party dependancies
  • define process to identify and prioritize external dependancies and blockers across all WG’s roadmaps and 3rd party dependancies

Releases & SLAs: Steward the creation of new release roadmaps. Define SLAs for various release streams. Help identify breaking changes, and advise on how to best roll them out to consumers. Help ensure the best quality assurance measures are being taken.

  • define and build consensus with Technical Council on DOW standards for release and support procedures, covering areas including release notes, user guides, support procedures, QA and etc.
  • develop internal QA practice, to facilitate WG’s needs in the area of manual/automated QA activities.
  • develop internal product support and operations practice, to facilitate WG’s needs in the area of deployment, operations, support, security, etc.
  • recommend incentives strategies for best standards adherence

Technical Standards & Specification: Understand and clearly document the technical details that make-up the “Polywrap Standard” into a coherent specification. Create processes for updating various inter-connected standards. Define sane versioning schemes for its various pieces, allowing for as much forward-backward compatability as possible into the future.

  • define and scale standards design and development process, and acceptance by Technical Council.
  • define and administer publishing platform, version control
  • define and administer publishing and approval workflows

"Technical Counsil" Facilitation: Help facilitate the “Technical Counsil”, a core-development forum where new standards & features can be discussed and debated. This may take the form of text-based communications or calls, all with the goal of extracting as many key developer opinions as possible to ensure we’re making well researched and thoughtful decisions.

  • define Technical Council rules and code of conduct.
  • establish regular cadence Technical Council sessions and interactions.
  • define and administer Technical Council communication platform
  • report on Technical Council outputs

Requested Grant

Start Date Time Commitment Stable Coin / Month WRAP*
March 1, 2022 10-15 hrs/week $10,000 TBD
  • There will be a separate proposal to determine WRAP allocation to core contributors. If that future proposal passes, WRAP will be allocated retroactively.
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Questions and comments about this proposal:

  1. It’s not clear from the proposal whether this contribution would be via CIDT or whether Eugene would be acting as an independent contributor.
  2. Is this proposal for a fixed duration or is it essentially for an ongoing commitment? In other words, is this proposal a vote on Eugene becoming a Core Contributor?
  3. The asking rate ($10k per month for 10-15 hours per week) greatly exceeds the currently proposed compensation for core contributors (~$3,600/month for 25% Commitment Level at Value Level 5). What is the reason for this amount of compensation?