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|Mack B||the most dead chat ever||12:32:35|
|fredcy||he's not wrong||13:52:17|
|Zero-Hour-Zulu||This is a great hideout.||14:20:37|
|@kusje58:matrix.org||I'm hiding here too||14:36:13|
|@kusje58:matrix.org||Let me know when they are gone and I can come out||14:36:24|
|Zero-Hour-Zulu||LOL. Good old days. You know, someone should make a game like that on Tezos.||15:52:27|
|ForsetiT||Hmmm - an NFT-Based game on Emoji Movie Titles? It could work.||15:54:53|
|Zero-Hour-Zulu||People love to speak in emojin-go and people are fanatical about movies, so I can see it being very popular. Maybe have a prize pool for each puzzle. The New York Times is also getting big into puzzles (they even hired a well known game designer), and from what I read, they are not integrating the games into a blockchain. I think they have the right idea, to generate revenues from gaming because it is so popular in the NYT. Even the oldsters play the games to sharpen their wit. I think someone contacting NYT and pitching a collab could be spectacular for us, a great home win. A game where people buy a subscription (plus access to NYT thrown in for "free"), with prizes, flairs, maybe NFT trophies, could be a model for many newspapers. It used to be comics gave newspapers a great source of revenue, but as people moved online, the comics has less of a role, so the games would bring this revenue stream back to publishers. Comics in newspapers might be another vein to mine. Many current comics would probably love to get with NFT, so they could both print their comics in the newspapers plus issue an NFT for each panel, etc. Needs a Tezos team to run it down.||16:04:36|
True. My wife and work through the NYT puzzles most every day. She is an expert at the crosswords, whereas I have trouble with Thursday or later. Today's puzzle is killing me
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|truey||I hope it’s okay to share my tezos.com feedback in this TezosGovernance room for open feedback before posting it on GitHub. It contains a governance recommendation.||04:05:52|
First and foremost I recommend refreshing tezos.com around a clearly defined Tezos mission and a compelling message. Tezos.foundation (Tezos Foundation) purpose is clearly stated "...the promotion of the Tezos protocol..." but what is the purpose of tezos.com (Tezos?) We find an indication of what Tezos is on its associated foundation site, which reads:
"Tezos is a technology that powers a distributed, peer-to-peer, permissionless network. No single entity owns, manages or controls Tezos. Understanding this paradigm is fundamental to understanding Tezos."
As of writing this feedback tezos.com appears primarily to communicate its technology and recruit talent without telling a captivating and compelling narrative about Tezos’ purpose.
Staying true to Tezos’ roots and as a first milestone, I propose that as a community we “vote” on a mission. Drilling down from the mission and as a novel way to demonstrate Tezos’ core competency of governance, tezos.com could be developed using on-chain governance as its development decision making engine perhaps beginning with an incredible hero image voted in by the community.
My vote is to use voting for everything Tezos!
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|truey||* I hope it’s okay to share my tezos.com feedback in this TezosGovernance room for open feedback before posting it on GitHub. It contains a governance recommendation.||16:24:04|
|fredcy||Thanks for that. There is some hope that via systems like Hombase DAO we will be able to have such community governance||18:46:53|
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In reply to @truey:tzchat.orgI'd say the mission is voluntary ( capitalist ) governance. Which would put it at odds with every state in the world since all of them are ultimately involuntary and anti-capitalistic. That being the case, there's a very compelling reason for tezos to not overtly come out and share what its mission is.
|Jarrod Woodard||If one wanted to be a bit more clear about the mission without as overtly putting Tezos at odds with all states, one might say 'the separation of economy and state.'||18:54:47|
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