I really love this idea, and it has me thinking quite a bit. For example, how nice would it be to have your Kernel syllabus include 1-2 of Antonio’s movement sessions, as a part of your destructured guild.
The persona I’m most curious about here, though, is the Fellow, not the Guild Leader.
Given Convo today, it would take a lot of clicks to make your own syllabus. I am thinking about how, when you go to university, you have an advisor who does all the clicking for you to pick your classes. That doesn’t really work for us (although, I guess, ‘Peers’ could help there), just sharing the idea.
The benefit of Guilds, early on, is that it allows fellows in orientation to fill up their schedule with something with just a few clicks. We might be able to suggest 2-3 ‘Destructured Guilds’, instead, for example something like:
- A Smattering: 2 DeFi Sessions, 1 Token Session, 1 Movement Session, 1 Research Jam, 1 WIP Wednesday
Or we can have them click through and pick for themselves (which I think is the current suggestion), but just note that it gets a bit tiring, quickly, to sign up for a variety of sessions yourself. Some balance here, no strong opinions yet. A healthy learning environment is the goal.
Related enough: I am still grokking how “Topic Tracks” & “Destructured Guilds” will converge, as they feel related. Letting them sit for now. Thanks for this thread.