- Sep 19, 2014
The point of the questions is to get answers. Or, do you not like what is exposed so recommend just not answering questions anymore?let's focus on questions.
The real reason you guys don't like me is because I put you on the spot and I'm not so easily duped as the average SuckerNode Operator.
So, here's a question. Why has the "team" that has appointed itself the chieftains of making DASH a real thing in the real world relegated itself to busywork, with it's one major crowning achievement, the use of ATM machines that undermine any reason for Vendors to accept it directly, creates mountains of needless red tape, and will still neglect the killer feature? Oh, and if you phone up the company, they have never even heard of it... Oh, and this software is entirely optional and won't even be part of the machine unless customers who don't even know it exists request it, and if a customer asks, they're told there's no such thing... Oh, and the money keeps getting funneled into a shell company that is developing overcomplicated solutions to a problem that doesn't exist, that customers don't want. I realize that's a huge question, but there's just so fucking much that is clusterfucked in this that finding a starting point is impossible, and I want some fucking answers.
Or should we just keep focusing on questions, and not bother with the fact that questions are supposed to lead to answers...