Apps

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Autark builds apps for decentralized autonomous organizations on Aragon. Our flagship product is Open Enterprise, a suite of apps for the next wave of human coordination.

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Projects

Projects is integrated with GitHub and allows organizations to allocate tokens or ETH against multiple issues in a single action, with the possibility to require DAO approval before funding is allocated. Issue Curation proposals can be created to collectively determine project priorities.

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How it works

  • Once you have authorized GitHub, you can create a New Project, which is essentially a GitHub repo. Once you connect a repo with your organization, anyone else who authorizes GitHub will see the repos.
  • On the Issues tab, you can multi-select issues and then choose an action from Actions menu. You can select the Curate Issues action to prioritize issues, which will create a proposal that is forwarded to or you can or Fund Issues to incentivize the completion of your project's tasks.
  • On the Settings tab, you can set defaults and parameters used for calculating how many tokens are allocated during the Fund Issues action, which is calculated based on the formula: Hours Estimate * Base Rate * Experience Level.
  • We recommend using Aragon’s native Permissions system to restrict who can add repos, remove repos, fund issues, and approve work.

Allocations

Allocations is used to propose a financial allocation meant to be distributed to multiple parties or options. Proposals are forwarded to the Dot Voting app for an organization to collectively determine the distribution of funds. The percentage of the allocation amount distributed to each party is determined based on the results of the Dot Vote.

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How it works

  • An account needs to be created via the New Account button before proposing an Allocation. Accounts are used to categorize allocation types that occur frequently.
  • After you create an Allocation Account, choose the New Allocation action from the Account’s context menu to propose an Allocation.
  • In the New Allocation panel, enter an allocation amount which can be drawn from the ETH held in the account, or any of the token’s in your Organization’s vault.
  • You can use the Address Book to manage Ethereum addresses that will be receiving regular allocations. Once you have entities in to your address book, you can select “Use address book for options” in the New Allocation panel.

Dot Voting

Dot Voting is used to cast votes for Allocation or Issue Curation proposals. Members can vote on how to distribute an allocation across distinct entities or prioritize a list of GitHub issues by specifying a percentage of votes per option.

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How it works

  • The Dot Voting app is configured to a single token which ultimately determines who has the privilege to vote.
  • Voting weight on a proposal is based on the token balance when the proposal was created.
  • Dot Voting is useful once a user has created an Allocation proposal or an Issue Curation proposal, as Dot Votes cannot be created from within the app (yet).

Address Book

The Address Book is for maintaining a list of Ethereum addresses mapped to human-readable names, on-chain. The Address Book will enable a more user-friendly way to access and review common addresses used for Allocations and Dot Voting.

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How it works

  • Create a New Entity by specifying a name, Ethereum address and type (individual, organization, project).
  • Remove an entity by selecting the “Remove Entity” option in the context menu for the entry.
  • Dot Voting is useful once a user has created an Allocation proposal or an Issue Curation proposal, as Dot Votes cannot be created from within the app (yet).

Rewards

With Rewards, you can distribute payments to token holders based on the number of tokens one has earned in a specific cycle of time (one-time reward) or based on the total tokens one holds (dividend). One-time, or Merit Rewards, are determined based on how many tokens a token holder has earned compared to other holders, in a specific time period. Dividends are determined based on the percentage of token supply an address holds.

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How it works

  • To create a reward, select the New Reward action, which will open up a panel to specify details such as the reward type, amount, reference asset and cycle.
  • Token holders that meet the condition of the reward (e.g. having a balance of the reference asset in a specific period) will be able to claim rewards in the My Rewards tab once the end date of the reward is reached.