@Jkusne : I have tried to develop the beginnings of an argument to promote your idea, the importance of which I share. I suggest you discuss it and see what feedback it gets from our community. Cheers!
Proposal of reflexion on the possibility of disseminating information about PoH/UBI in different internationally used languages
Currently, the information available that would allow the PoH DAO to grow in different regions of the globe and, consequently, would allow the creation of PoH profiles and the issuance of UBIs for these profiles is mainly reserved for English and Spanish speakers.
This is for two distinct and main reasons: English because it is the international language used all over the world and also the language of IT tools and globalized finance; Spanish because the PoH project originates from a Spanish-speaking region and some of its main promoters are speakers of Spanish.
Although these two languages allow to reach a large number of human beings and to include them linguistically in the circulation of information concerning PoH/UBI, they are not universal tools.
However, in the acronym UBI, we find Universal.
This leads to the question of the translation of the main information supports concerning PoH DAO and UBI into other languages with international circulation.
Today, PoH DAO is growing at a very interesting rate numerically and involves nearly 10,000 human beings in various countries around the world.
The tools proposed to the community in order to understand the mechanisms of the DAO and how they work are mainly available in English and Spanish.
It should be noted that Telegram newsgroups already include four important languages in addition to those already mentioned: Portuguese, French, Russian and Mandarin.
However, most of the documentation about PoH/UBI is still available mainly in the two main languages mentioned.
It is quite clear that the development of the number of validated PoH profiles is mainly in the English and Spanish speaking countries.
This is very important, but it does not fulfill the universalist mission of the DAO, which is to allow anyone who can prove their unique existence as a human being to benefit from a minimum income that guarantees a more dignified life.
For example, all of the African countries that have French as an official/of use/second language have very limited access to information about the PoH/UBI DAO, likely due in part to the language barrier still present.
And, indeed, profiles from countries such as Senegal, Ivory Coast, or the Maghreb countries are extremely rare.
And it is possible to multiply the situations where these language barriers are a hindrance to the dissemination of information about PoH DAO and its overall growth.
On an informed and revocable volunteer basis, try to create working groups that work on translating the main communication and information materials regarding PoH DAO and the UBI Token, such as FAQ.
This could be done, similar to general discussion groups, on Telegram or other program and through open-source collaborative work tools.
These workgroups could propose the fruits of their efforts on a monthly basis in order not to overload the volunteers, to allow them time to check and discuss the proposed translations of materials and to regularly update the translations according to the successive evolutions of the original materials.
The goal is to disseminate information to speakers of languages other than English and Spanish that will allow them to know, appreciate and evaluate the DAO proposal in order to make it as universal as possible.
- Between 3 and 5 people per language who are volunteers and available to work on the most important PoH DAO and UBI documents (FAQ, UI, etc.);
- Access to these documents and information (in any form) and with the restrictions of use;
- Open-source office collaboration tools;
- The consent of the participants in the workgroups to reveal the part of their personal data necessary to use the above-mentioned tools;
- A tool for the restitution of the translation work done and, eventually, its implementation on the concerned pages.
Of course, this text is only a suggestion and probably needs some improvements.
Have a good night!