I’m unsure about the timing of this, but I’m going to throw it out for discussion anyway.
This proposal is designed to offer the hard workers at the core of MaidSafe an opportunity, in case they’re unwilling to take it for themselves…
At some point soon, should we, the community, “force” those who’ve been working REALLY hard, to take a break from SAFE for a while?
Why would I ask this? I imagine those most deeply involved in this project could benefit from a break. Maybe some time off would allow them to come back refreshed and invigorated. I also imagine that they wouldn’t want to take a break because they’re desperate to get this done. Or maybe they’re worried that it may cause panic and silly speculation about the future of the project among the community.
I propose that we consider putting pressure on those who’ve been working extraordinarily hard to have a holiday (not necessarily everyone at once). The idea is that if the community visibly pushes for this to be ‘a viable option’, it negates any perceived instability which could arise from this being organised from within. Do you know what I mean?
Anyone who devotes this much of their lives towards this kind of thing deserves a holiday at some point, don’t they?
I’m not sure that I’m good with people, so sorry if this is patronising or insulting.
I can imagine a variety of responses to this and am curious to see what you all think…