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RE: STEM front end burn increased from 50% to 75%

in LeoFinance6 months ago

I will be a lot more enthusiastic about this when the front-end is better (I wrote a post proposing some ideas around that) but bottom line, I am in favour :)

Communities are the bedrock that Hive will grow upon, if it grows at all.

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The front end works fine and serves it's purpose. It isn't bad just not flashy. The community is a tiny niche on a small blockchain, can't justify spending $20K+ on a website under those conditions.

The front end works and compared to others I have never experienced a problem with it. If it’s not broken, I don’t see a need for enhancements above what’s available. STEM is a small community.

Aside from that it would be nice if the STEM Geeks front end greeted me by name and provided me with weather reports on regions of the Earth I will never visit. If it could sing me old Spanish songs while I read the articles that would be nice too.

Thank you!

The front end works fine and serves it's purpose. It isn't bad just not flashy.

It's your community so I understand that you are happy where it is at ...

The community is a tiny niche on a small blockchain,

IMO it could be as big or bigger than the LEO community

can't justify spending $20K+ on a website under those conditions.

As I mentioned elsewhere, fiat $ doesn't have to be part of it

🤷‍♂️ but it is your community, your call

IMO it could be as big or bigger than the LEO community

Doubtful, Leo is a common interest of everyone here where STEM is only a small subset of the community.

As I mentioned elsewhere, fiat $ doesn't have to be part of it

Fiat or not it still has a USD value

Doubtful, Leo is a common interest of everyone here where STEM is only a small subset of the community.

Once there is an effective front-end, it isn't relying on carving out a percentage of the Hive community but stands on its own merits AND derives benefits from the Hive association.

My STEAM-topic website gets 30,000 visitors a month mainly from search because I have been posting here instead of on my actual blogs. One Python article of mine on a popular python community has had more than my entire site.

Fiat or not it still has a USD value

Sure, and I get that the gains are not a huge motivator for you either.