In thinking about DAOs and a post-competitive environment, one of the first most obvious projects is creating a shared body of knowledge and point of references. Sharing what we know, what we’ve done, what has worked and what has failed is one of the most basic foundations for research. In overly competitive environments (traditional industries), best practices are secret, leveraged to get an advantage over one another. DAO thinking is different. We are interested in using our collective intelligence to progress further, faster, and for the benefit of all of us. My background is in communications, team collaboration, writing, and systems thinking. The first step I took in this body of knowledge was to research if such a thing had been done before, and to speculate on how we might design a search engine for DAO proposals, so that we can have a collective history of what has been done across the industry.