@Paouky I support your request for funding. Your responses so far on the forum and on keybase are very clearly formulated and you have been around for some time. For this reason I think it is worth a shot to let you bring more clarity in the documentation regardless of your background
First of all I think having a non technocratic/core member to help with communication and documentation is a good idea. It takes a normal person to understand a normal person. The core is so much ‘immersed’ in the project that an outsider better understand the struggles of getting acquainted with everything Grin.
Secondly I like that you ask for a modest ammount. I do not think all require the 10k/month funding the core members get.
Thirdly, if we do not like your work, the funding can simply be discontinued without any significant loss of funds since your request is modest. Be warned though, if you promise full time work, that is the output we expect.
Regarding @Pirat feedback, he has a point. Maybe start with making a very simple step by step tutorial on how to install the Grin node and wallet and the commands to use them. I just tried for 10 minutes but got irritated with not seeing a clear tutorial on how to install and run the grin core wallet. This should not be the case. Anything that appears to you as illogical or difficult, provide it as feedback to the core so they can make using Grin a smoother experience for old and new users.
As @quentinlesceller suggested, better list the objectives. You can use the funding request template as guideline: