@Knosis I’m sorry that I’m jumping on top of you too, it’s nothing personal. Let me explain why I think you’re wrong.
Let’s see what the Bulgarian programmers say - for ease I translated it:
If you read the opinions of the bg devs carefully, you will see that the content of our sites looks like a scam for them.
There are certain statements on the sites that sound like promises, just as scams promise things without being able to fulfill them. From this point of view, it may be good for the next version of the site to make a clear distinction between what the long-term goal is and what has been achieved so far.
I will also allow myself to comment on your desire to impose a course of action on David and the team. In my opinion, our task as a community is to give opinions and criticism, but everyone decides for themselves what they feel is the right action.
Obviously, everything in life is just probabilities, and there is no way to know in advance which is the most correct action.
I personally feel that the community should be the driving force behind the marketing of the project, because it can quickly and cheaply test many different paths, and if one of us finds a path that is particularly effective, we all can focus on it.
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