Drafting a proposal for the Savvy DAO - using the markdown template - is an important step in ensuring that the proposal is clear, concise, and easy to understand. The template should be filled with all the necessary information, such as a clear description of the problem being addressed, the proposed solution, and the expected outcome - all in a consistent format.
To create a markdown proposal, follow these steps:
Determine what sections you want to include in the proposal, such as an introduction, background information, and implementation details.
Markdown uses simple punctuation marks to format text. For example, to create a heading, you can use a pound sign (#) followed by a space and the heading text.
Once you have decided on the structure and layout of the proposal and formatted the text using markdown syntax, create a new file and add the sections. You can use a plain text editor like Notepad , a markdown-specific editor like Typora or an online tool such as markdown-it.
Before submitting the proposal, it's important to review it with a buddy to ensure that it's clear, concise, and easy to understand. The buddy can review the template for any errors, suggest changes or improvements, and ensure that it follows the structure and layout that you have chosen.
Once you have finished creating the template, save the file as a .md file.
By following these steps, you can ensure that the markdown template for your proposal is clear, concise, and easy to understand. This will help increase the chances of the proposal being accepted by the community and implemented within the Savvy DAO.