sounds great. I agree with most of the comments mentioned above.
I’d happily contribute to frontend issues once have a clear goal or at-least an agreement on some todo items/issues.
@ChainLinkGod has summed up high prio issues we currently have quite well. I think handling those first would be a good start. I suggest we start with the improvements on that list regarding current UI and think on how we can complete them without changing too much on the current design… In the meanwhile we can start thinking about how we can improve the usability for non-chad users and discuss about design alternatives …etc. But personally my first step would be to put together a wiki page to list all of the different resources/links and come up with a structure where we can have a discussions on more long term goals regarding UI/UX and some sort of an identity creation.
Here are some of the ideas that comes to mind that can be turned into todo items.
Even though roadmaps, epics, stories …etc. would be nice, this is an open source community project and imho jira type of tool would be an overkill! Having a simple kanban board per topic/repository (design, frontend, contracts, documentation …etc.) would be more than enough. For that purpose we can use what we already have in hand for now. Once we complete the documentation and point people to right direction creating an issue on github should be pretty straight forward.
We can create additional category like /development/[topic] where we can have general dev discussions / feature requests …etc. in the community before we create issues / epics.
Create projects for each topic under https://github.com/iearn-finance (some of us will need to take responsibility for review, issue creation [forum -> github] …etc)
Redirect all of the dead domains to the current one.
Have (atleast) some sort of a landing | dashboard | wiki page where we have all of the resources available and directly accessible through yearn.finance for make entry easier…
As a deep note, Investing time into being a part of this community and helping build/improve the product is a hard and time consuming task. I am one of those naive persons who believes that if we all focus on bringing actual value in the long term instead of aiming for creating a hype for a couple of weeks, we can build something beautiful here. If your goal is just making money remember market appreciates value sooner or later!