Rolling Applications Are Open for Submissions – Apply Now!

We're excited to announce that rolling applications for new allocators are now open! Whether you're responding to a specific request or have a groundbreaking idea for a novel allocator, we welcome your submissions. Here's a quick guide on how to apply.

Step-by-Step Guide to Submitting Your Application:

  1. Create a Pull Request:

    • Visit the Allocator Governance GitHub page.
    • Create a new pull request by adding a new file to the repository.
    • This file can be empty; just name it appropriately, like "Allocator application".
    • Commit the change and add it as a branch, then click "Create pull request".
  2. Access Your Application Form:

    • Wait for about a minute. A comment will appear with a link to the airtable, which serves as your actual application form.
    • Open this link in a new tab for easy access.
  3. Fill Out Your Details:

    • Ensure you have your GitHub ID and the pull request number handy.
    • Complete the form with the required information. At the end, you'll find a section for your contact details. Rest assured, this information is solely for KYC purposes and won't be published.
  4. Confirm Your Submission:

    • After submitting the form, return to GitHub to find an issue created on your behalf with all your application details.
    • Check the allocator registry GitHub for a new issue requesting to add you to the JSON file used by the governance team. This will also generate a pull request for easy merging.
  5. Receive Confirmation:

    • If you provided your email address, you'll receive a confirmation email with the details you submitted. This allows us to contact you quickly if there are any issues with your application.

Conclusion: We look forward to reviewing your applications and seeing the innovative ideas you bring to the table. Don't miss this opportunity to contribute to our allocator ecosystem. Apply now and join us in shaping the future!

Call to Action: Ready to get started? Head over to the Allocator Governance GitHub and submit your application today!


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