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It's a feedback gathering system which the Bitcoin Cash Node project will use to collect input from the wider community - the world at large in fact - to guide our decision-making, both in the near term and longer term.
Otherwise, save the text file on your computer, call it up in your favorite text editing tool or word processor, read it and think about it. Take your time. Then fill it out, cut away so that only Sections A-C remain (see the cut-off markers in the file for where to cut) and send your filled out form to me (freetrader) or others in our project.
I will explicitly ask others in our project to forward such feedback on to me.
You can also drop your response here in the comments below, if you have a read.cash account. If not, there are many other ways to submit it listed in the survey form.
You do not need to submit your reply in a way that attaches some known identity of yours - unless you want to. However, if you have an identity with reputation and history, that might help us weigh your feedback, but generally we will try to take any feedback on its own merits. If you have questions, please ask me on any channel - such as in the comments, or via Slack (<- invite link which expires in a week) or Reddit PMs (u/ftrader).
As you can see, the inputs are just numbered (in no particular order though), and there isn't any personally identifying information unless the submitter expressly includes some in his responses.
In the next steps, I'll be cleaning up the data so that I can process them easier. You may see some additional post-processing folders appear during this stage, containing cleaned up / reformatted input data files.
Next, I will evaluate the sanitized responses and try to classify wish list items, forming some picture of suggestions received and how important they are to the community. This may take some time, but I will report back the results from this survey, discuss them with those working closely on our project (you are welcome to join our Slack for such discussions!).
Ultimately, your input will shape our project's roadmap.
That's what BCHN PCS is for.
It is one part of several in our attempt to establish better processes to work together with the Bitcoin Cash community and to stay aligned in a direction that meets the community's needs.
If you're someone interested in helping to create this guidance system for our project, feel free to visit our Slack and have a chat with me / us.
I already have some ideas of where I'd like this to go :-)
If you would like to find out more about the Bitcoin Cash Node project, please visit our website at https://bitcoincashnode.org and follow the links from here!
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