Since the launch of the Nebulas community roadmap, community members have gradually begun working with the official Nebulas team via the Go Nebulas platform and have been contributing to the Nebulas ecosystem. In order to involve more community members in collaboration and to ensure the quality of the projects, the Nebulas Foundation has decided to appoint a temporary Nebulas Technical Committee. Their job duties will include the responsibility to review the rationality of proposed community projects and to evaluate project results prior to the establishment of the Nebulas Council.
Under the premise of maintaining community participation, after review and discussion, the Nebulas Foundation has decided to appoint four former Nebulas team members and one community member for a total of five members to the temporary Nebulas Technical Committee.
The chosen members are:
Xuepeng Fan: Research Director of Nebulas. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Huazhong University of Science and Technology and was a visiting scholar at the University of California, San Diego. His research interests include blockchain systems, distributed systems and parallel programming. Xuepeng has previously worked at Microsoft Research Asia, Megvii.
Ruby Wu: Director of Ecological Development of Nebulas and Head of the Public Chain Technology Alliance. She previously worked at the Investment Banking Department of the China International Capital Corporation Limited (CICC) and the Capital Markets Department of Standard Chartered Bank. Ruby holds a bachelor degree from Waseda University and the Singapore National University as well as a Masters degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Iris Li: Product Director of Nebulas. Her primary interests are Information Architect, focus on Human-computer Interaction and former Product Manager of TaoOnTheRoad. Iris Graduated from Tongji University with a degree in Computer Science and Technology.
Liang Li: Test manager of Nebulas. He has formerly been a QA at Lenovo, testing director at Weiche and has spent many years doing tech analysis testing. Liang excels at quality system construction, risk control, personnel training and much more.
Jinbo Zhang: Postdoctoral in the Blockchain Laboratory of Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. Ph.D. and is currently enrolled in the School of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science from Peking University. His research interests include but are not limited to structured deep learning, blockchain theory and the application of large scale related networks in financial technology. He has applied for 4 blockchain related patents and has published more than 10 research papers, including two CCF A papers with hundreds of Google citations. Jinbo has been a research assistant at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Management University and Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology.
The appointment of the temporary Nebulas Technical Committee will take effect immediately and will be automatically disbanded once the first Nebulas Council is completed and forms the first, official Nebulas Technical Committee.
Prior to the community’s public assets being put into use, which constitutes the 35 million NAS Nebulas Eco-development Fund is handed over to the Nebulas Council at the end of June, the Nebulas Foundation will provide a total of 50,000 NAS to support all projects proposed by the community. These assets will be divided monthly: 15,000 NAS in April, 15,000 NAS in May, and 20,000 NAS in June. To ensure more community members can participate in proposals and community contribution, the budget for a single project must not exceed 5,000 NAS.
Community members can initiate pre-proposals through the Nebulas community forum. The pre-proposal creators must submit proposals to the pre-proposal section of the forum located at https://community.nebulas.io/t/pre-proposal. The temporary Nebulas Technical Committee will select no more than four pre-proposals every Friday. The selected pre-proposals will be voted for on the official Nebulas twitter account at https://twitter.com/nebulasio. Community approved projects will be officially created and presented on the go.nebulas.io platform.
For a project to be approved, it must receive a minimum of 50 votes and the number of votes For (Yes/No) a project must meet or exceeded 51%.
Today, the temporary Technical Committee has reviewed and evaluated the community participation proposals for last week. Please click the link below to see the report: https://community.nebulas.io/d/295-nebulas-community-collaboration-weekly-repo-1