Maybe it's because I'm a DAO noob, but DAO-speak is really hard and cryptic to any outsider like me. It feels like people expect you to know things, there's everywhere a context we are expected to be aware of, special lingo, terms, structures.
I'm not talking just about Purple, it's the same everywhere. I haven't seen a DAO with a comprehensive website, where I go and read and really understand what's going on.
My first instinct is to say the only way to build context is by participating and asking as many questions as possible but trying to think of a faster way to close that feedback loop. If understanding the vernacular faster is the goal there has a to be youtube video that covers definitions + a lil history
It's always okay to ask when things seem unclear or lack context when it comes to DAOs. Not all DAOs work the same, so a good amount of new learning is always expected.
0𝕏ngmi — q/dau
Think of corporate speak but more degen