So I have a concrete question
None work full time on the project and for now we are 3.
The ultimate goal for me, is something I called “liquid cooperative”. The idea here would be that you get a “share” of future revenue based on work.
Here is the current plan to divide. IndieHosters job are 2 things:
- tasks for features/bugs
We would to work with points, a point would roughly represent an hour of work / day.
For support, you would earn 2points/day you are in charge.
And for tasks, we would evaluate them before hand, and if the reality is withing 1point, then if you finnish the task, you earn the point, if not, we have to reschedule the task (with the evaluation part of the missing work)
At the end of the month, we would give your percentage of the benefits. As our revenues are yearly based, and we believe in capped investement, these points would be sliding over the course of a year.
- if you worked 100 points this month, and the current sliding year totalize 1000points, and you never worked before, you would get 10% of the benefits of the current month.
- if you work again 100 points on the following months, and the year totalize 2000points (Yeah, suddenly, people worked a lot ), you would still get 10% of the pot.
Is it clearish?
This “liquid cooperative” is necessary as nobody works full time on it, and we need to be able to pay people and/or freelance.
Then the question is, what is the best legal for to follow this?
@oncletom if you can ask how to make a “liquid cooperative”, I’d be interested
(yes it is a kind of DAO, or swarmfund or a bit like assembly.com (it is closed now https://assemblymade.com/).)