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We love the end of each month because the monthly round of the GLM Rewards Program finishes and we get to give back to individuals engaging in the project and community in various ways. The amount of community activity in April was truly enjoyable. We had a nice turnout to the April Reddit AMA, which ended with a great combination of fun and challenging questions for the Golem team to answer (find the summary here). We also had some of the highest activity ever in the Golem Discord with multiple days reaching over 700 messages of community discussion.
This month is the bi-monthly set of rewards that also includes the Super User and Task Force General category so strap yourself in, it’s going to be a good one (25500 GLM total)!
GLM Rewards Program Spotlight - Awesome Golem
We can’t stress enough that we love having the Golem community getting engaged and helping others on the path of starting to use Golem for the first time. One of the items on our 20-year roadmap is that we want to have the project be able to flourish in directions that we can’t predict and for the community to have a wealth of knowledge to lead initiatives and ideas that they feel has value.
On our (Golem Factory) side we started Awesome Golem as a place for anyone in the community to add to the list of resources they feel would be useful. Dedicated community member stelballe has been working on collecting Frequently Asked Questions that he’s noticed on Discord and Reddit to add to Awesome Golem. He’s also started working on trying to format them better, for example, using MkDocs. If you happen to have an interest in the area and want to get involved in the Golem community ...
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