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A detailed depiction of Jeremy’s process as a non-technical person trying to contribute to @daostack vs @decredproject, which he calls “contributor experience” (CX).
While @decredproject’s process is more arduous than @daostack’s, so long as that’s intentional it’s okay.

As Jeremy says, “it could be argued, that having high hurdles is essential to ensuring that only the most passionate, dedicated, determined contributors make it through.”
I love the idea of carefully crafting “contributor experience” (CX), as it’s where cryptonetworks are vastly diff from companies.

A good CX will filter out people who aren’t aligned with the cryptonetwork’s ethos, while also not discouraging those who are aligned, but learning
As @jer979 says, “My point with all of this about CX is that it should be conscious.”
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