Fantom Community Policy

Michael Chen
Dec 20, 2019 · 2 min read
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Instead of writing an individual policy for the Telegram, the Subreddit, or any other media platform, Fantom wishes to set a few guidelines for its community members to achieve two things:

  • One is to nurture our existing communities into thought leaders, the people who can push others forward and above their own expectations.
  • The other thing we want to achieve is a community that can scale to any size, without becoming a spammy echo chamber. We want people to form their own opinions with facts, rather than through the bias of others or the Foundation team.

That does not mean that we allow excessive negativity or repetition, as we often find that one side of the sentiment is overly represented by a loud minority. We don’t want to argue or incite others, we simply want to have the opportunity for the community to be able to share their own knowledge with one another. The goal at the end of the day is to push the project forward with actionable items and solutions rather than problems.

The communities were made to push for adoption of Fantom technology, quality discussion, and great ideas. We are trying to create a positive environment to incubate talent, find new integrators, and attract developers to the Fantom ecosystem,

What we ask of our community members is to not only represent Fantom in a manner that is befitting in our own chats, but also in other general discussion groups when speaking of Fantom. We ask of all of our community members to be excellent human beings, to whomever, and to set an example for other communities. Treat others how you want to be treated, and convince with facts and logical reasoning, rather than adding more words or caps lock to get your point across.

Last but not least, the Foundation works in tandem with the community. We’re doing as much as we can to build out our technology stack and to attract integrators to the technology, but we need your help to speed up this process. The Foundation has its own communications team and marketers, but we also need the community to help us spread the word, as a network effect is stronger than any blog post. If you feel like something is missing, help us build it, conceptualize it, and deploy it.

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