planning-app - A suite of aragonOS apps that includes allocation, range voting, issue curation, and other planning tools so DAOs can collectively budget and design custom reward & bounty systems

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The proposal for this Aragon Planning app was developed by members of Space Decentral and Giveth, and received funding via Aragon's Nest program: an example of decentralization at it's finest. We are developing this app as a collaborative unit because it is a crucial building block for any organization that aims to coordinate work and streamline management duties, without traditional managers. This app will work with any ERC-20 token or Aragon DAO. As part of the set of deliverables for this proposal, an enhancement plan will be developed for how the smart contracts can become cross-compatible with the decentralized git solution. Although ideally, we hope to work closely with the decentralized git team to have that cross-compatibility whenever the decentralized git solution deploys to Mainnet. We are happy to discuss this aspect of the strategy further.

https://github.com/Giveth/planning-app#readme

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@aragon/client : ^1.0.0-beta.7

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