Grant ID: 865c0az2r
The core of technical Web3 projects depends on a healthy ecosystem of developers using the protocols. Developers learn how to use the various projects through inspecting developer docs and Github repositories. As expected, the documentation doesn’t cover everything and a team of people are needed to provide “front line” support to those building / using the protocol.
Enter Developer Relations, a team tasked with being the first human interface with protocols who (according to Chainlink) provide 2 critical roles the project: building developer communities & tracking product market fit.
The issue that often arises is a lack of human capital to be able to deal with the number of requests & questions that populate a DevRel teams day.
We propose to provide a solution that will enable the DevRel team to be able to focus on what they do best: solving unique customer problems and building trust in the protocol. By providing a bot that can answer previously asked questions it will enable DevRel to become more effective and in turn provide higher-quality support to end users.
We currently have a working MVP and are acquiring initial customers.
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We propose to build a private Discord or Slack bot for the Graph developer community that will use the latest technology around LLM’s (Large Language Models) to import the Graph’s Github repos, documentation, Slack and Discord Q&A’s to provide an interface for Graph developers and users to ask questions in natural language.
The idea is to provide another member to the Graph’s DevRel team, reducing support hours on Discord and Slack and a path of triage for commonly asked questions (making the team and users get answers quicker).
The funding would support our time (4 weeks) and host for 3 months.
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Graph developers will no longer have to struggle to get their development questions answered.
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We have a working MVP and are ready to integrate.
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Ali Agha - Developer
Tenzin Rose - Developer
Ali Agha is a technologist and entrepreneur with a focus on decentralized solutions. With his previous venture, Olypsis Technologies, Ali provided Web3 consulting services for countless startups and major companies like IBM and Thomson Reuters. Ali first became engaged in the blockchain space in 2015 when he discovered bitcoin. Since that time he has dedicated his career to creating a more fair and just world through the power of decentralization.
Github: OlypsisAli · GitHub
Tenzin Rose is an entrepreneur and full-stack developer with a background in cloud infrastructure sales. He’s worked with startups / enterprises globally, helping them deploy projects successfully & drive revenue. His current passions are web development, all things Ethereum and getting to grips with the moon math in ZKP.
He’s worked previously on many interesting projects including building out zkGiving, an app that enables people to donate privately to charities of their choice (to be completed once Aztec 3 is released).
Github: niznet89 (Tenzin Rose) · GitHub
Why are you interested in contributing to The Graph and/or web3?:
We want to help web3 devs. We know the struggle of being stuck and waiting, praying someone answers your question in some discord/slack thread.
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