What are Sheets?
Sheets are Web3 spreadsheets that show Cignals in an intuitive and powerful interface. Sheets use data from Consortium and have flexibility of private key permissions , so they gain the many benefits of EOS.
What is an example of Sheets?
An early examples of Sheets can be found in this spreadsheet, though this spreadsheet is currently entirely off-chain and may be vastly improved in the near future.
You can view and interact with this spreadsheet for reference about proposals. Read the instructions below the data or in the title cell notes to learn how to use the spreadsheet. You can duplicate the template for new proposals. We can screenshare the spreadsheet while voting. You can try modeling some scenarios now to get a feel for the various signal thresholds that may be needed to pass a proposal.
Examples of Cignals in Sheets
- Quadratic Weighting of Tokens
- Number of voters
- Number of votes by historical Eden+Fractal delegates
- Number of votes by community members based upon respect earned over the past 12 weeks
How can we build sheets?
The easiest option may be to find an existing solution that is open source or has API functionality, then input the on-chain Consortium data.
A powerful voting application that helps communities make decisions, signal their opinions, and measure consensus.
Communities needs consensus processes to measure group opinion, facilitate cooperation, and maximize benefit for all. This article provides a proposal to use Eden+Fractal with Consortium and an exploration of consensus processes.
Cignals are opinions that help us reach consensus. Cignals help us cooperate and know what we’re each thinking
Permissions help us cooperate in various roles on community computers. EOS enables a flexible permission structure that can greatly empower communities.