Pando : Decentralized GitHub

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#1

Hi! I create this topic connected to the project called @pando_network witch is currently developing a decentralized GitHub where each repo can be controlled by an AragonDAO.

As the project is open-source https://github.com/ryhope/pando I thought it would be nice to create a dedicated topic

A first description of the tool is available here : https://medium.com/ryhope-network/pando-b5e1a2af3152

And in more general way here : https://medium.com/ryhope-network/the-pando-network-ff385f2be05a

This project contains many new features that can’t be found on any other VCS that you may want to discuss. Such as « individuation » / « Lineage » and so on.

You can take a look at those functions here:

The project has also already implemented governance KIT for the collective management of repo such as DictatorKit
(Enforce a maintainer-based governance à-la GitHub )

VotingKit (Enforce a Native Lineage Token-backed democratic governance to sort and valuate requests)

These governance kits for the collective management of repo is a major step forward regarding to GitHub’s workflow and I think that this will eventually lead to discussions or participations.


#2

I finally read the summary article about Pando Network and am very excited about this project. I will definitely keep it in mind for a near-future project.


#3

Thank a lot for the feedback. If you are interested our TecLead Olivier Sarrouy recently held a long discussion here about Pando. You will find additional information there.

I’ll keep you informed.


#4

You will find a new article here entitled “DAO & The future of content”. Inside is also quickly discussed the impact that Pando could have on GitHub workflow.


#5

Hy everyone,

@osarrouy the tech lead of Pando organize a hackathon during Aracon to create an Aragon Package Manager.

To participate in this adventure from the NPM to APM you can see all the details here :

And chat on the #apm-hackathon channel of Aragon’s chat


#6

Hy, everyone

here is a sneak peek to pando before #AraCon2019

:rocket::rocket::rocket:


#7

A new article related to Pando and it’s licence project have been published here, it also quickly present the futur API :
A decentralized autonomous licence for content-DAOs


#8

Pando_network is running for Flock as Aragon Black.

Below is the proposal


#9

[Pando - Decentralized GitHub- live on Rinkeby]

You can browse the test DAO there: https://rinkeby.aragon.org/#/0xe048d120Be1aEf0D198437f7f8752F64618FD02A/

In this DAO you will find [at least] two pando repositories. The first one is a pando how-to: it will guide you in how to use Pando. The second in a small experimentation: a distributed repo to collaboratively produce a non-dev Aragon on-boarding guide. We’re waiting for you contributions here!

You can browse the test DAO there: https://rinkeby.aragon.org/#/0xe048d120Be1aEf0D198437f7f8752F64618FD02A/

Installation guide : https://rinkeby.aragon.org/#/0xe048d120Be1aEf0D198437f7f8752F64618FD02A/0xa80ad65ff3801dfd088e044c498a3f9a90366b50

You can play with it and you’ll find other informations on the Aragon Forum where you can ask your questions : (https://forum.aragon.org/t/pando-live-on-rinkeby/712)


#10

Using pando with Ledger-nano & @frame_eth to push data on a repo controlled by an AragonDAO and stored on #IPFS !


#11

A visual summary of AGP-34 where there is a presentation of Pando