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Maybe the v2 answer is just encouraging employees to play Fortnite together.
To be clear, I think all of those ideas are good ideas and clearly Gitlab has done well as a company.

But maybe informal socialization for remote teams means video games and social networks?
Just like you usually don’t want to code your own SaaS, perhaps you don’t want to build your own tools for fun remote socialization.

At-scale tools for cross border socialization already exist in the form of social networks and multiplayer video games. Maybe that’s the answer?
This is one of those extremely obvious points that nevertheless I have never seen made, nor made to myself in quite this way.
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