- Apr 9, 2014
When a company adds talent to their team [or investors to their company], they don't usually refer to them as "outsiders". Each new person who buys a masternode is not an attacker, they're an investor who has an equal interest in increasing the value of that investment, and made that investment because they value the product.
Companies like Amazon, Google, Facebook, and many others choose their base of operations in a location where they can attract top-level talent. You can't actually believe that adding an independent CMO hired directly by the MNOs is an attack, or do you? Does anyone else feel this way?
Core is doing great at R&D and nobody is talking about diminishing their role.
I cannot understand for the life of me why you and @tungfa have chosen to take this aggressive tone and position when all we've done is present an option that could potentially benefit the entire community. Can someone please explain this. Please explain it, perhaps someone in the "old guard" who shares this view.
there is no "aggressive" tone here - u must have misunderstood that !
we are trying to figure out what is going on
no offence but u have to understand how this "can " look from the outside
- somebody rushing in - starting new pages / big idea
- that newcomer has zero track record in community
- that newcomer is totally anonymous (nobody knows where he is coming from and what agenda he is running)
- newcomer trying to divert Governance from (trusted) dashcentral to their own page
- newcomer undermining community attempts to evaluate proposals with his own system (which until now is still unknown to me ? 1 person evaluates ? 1 opinion ? are u doing the evaluations yourself ? ....)
we have seen it all before - good and bad
and so (as of the 'bad') we have to be cautious with these kind of attempts as proposal evaluations were supposed to make it easier for MNO's, and now we have multiple pages with different opinions 'trying' to do the same thing ?
a newcomer 'undermining' a community effort never looks pretty in public - and obviously community (and their track record ) is trusted !
newcomers and their ideas are always welcome
but there is a way to do this 'right' as in any community you enter new and fresh
normally people bail;d up relations, engage , support before they start their own proposals or ideas .... rushing in and telling everybody what they are doing ' wrong ' and what you can do 'better' with no track record (or anything to back that up) will only raise eyebrows
(that is exactly where we are)