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Proposed Factom Objectives
[QUOTE="Matt Osborne, post: 31281, member: 9"]
OUTSIDERS: "Do you have a roadmap?"
US: "Yes, here it is"
OUTSIDERS: "Umm, this doesn't really seem attainable. How do you plan to achieve it?"
US: "We have no viable plan. We also admit that there's zero chance we actually accomplish it. It's really just a wishlist. But, it made us all feel warm and fuzzy, so we passed it."
That pretty much sums it up.
Kinda the story around many projects, like ethereum. Constantly revised roadmaps mostly tracking needed efforts.
We had a long talk once upon a time with Jonathan Mohan about this. You may or may not have been on the call. His observation was to follow ethereum's approach. Identify issues, name a project/effort to deal with them, then continue to work on what you have to work on.
Problems you don't have to solve presntly are not problems really. Just categorize them and work on them by priority.
(Likely butchering what he said, but that's the gist of his view)
Anyway, this is a small thing. A doable thing. A non-controversial thing.
Doing things is good. If we break up the things we need to do into little doable things and do them, we start making progress.