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The 42ND Factoid AS (LTD)
Hi Tor,
Thanks for your hard work to date as Guide. Your dedication to implementing processes and proper documentation has been integral in the early stages of our Governance build-out. We're lucky to be able to take advantage of your skill-set. I think what may have also gotten lost to history was that you stepped-up and were running the testnet prior to the Round 1 ANO elections. That was obviously a tremendous amount of work, you probably still have nightmares. Hard to believe it was only a year ago. Anyways, thank you!

Moving on, due to the open source nature of our project, and the non-availability of anonymous tools, the vast majority of community members are very hesitant to say anything critical due to potential social backlash. Sadly, I think there are only a handful of people willing to put their neck out on the line if it means they may catch heat. Having worked with you pretty closely over the last nine or so months, I can say that you genuinely are a very kind and nice person. People sincerely enjoy being around you. I wonder though if this makes you very hesitant to voice critical opinions, as evidenced by shying away from commenting on contentious community issues.

1. How much responsibility do Guides have in regards to being a critical voice?
1B. If Guides do have an obligation to be a critical voice: As arguably the most well-liked/popular individual in this community, how do you personally balance your personal relationships/friendly nature with Guide responsibilities?
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