Aya Miyaguchi, the Ethereum Foundation director, and her operations team, apparently decide about everything. His comment was in reply to a statement by Alex van de Sande, a very long time developer at the Ethereum Foundation (EF) who at the beginning of the year told Trustnodes: “When I started working at ethereum I was paid fully in bitcoin. The Ethereum Foundation is building decentralized tech, but the organization itself is not decentralized. The Ethereum Foundation is a typical centralized organization, it’s a foundation, has a director, management. The new Ethereum Foundation website could perhaps be a good example.
It’s not the strongest that survive, nor the most intelligent, but those more adaptable to change.
Those immortal words of Charles Darwin should perhaps be on display at the offices of the Ethereum Foundation where fundamental structural changes have been underway with no public announcement or public consultation.
“The new organizational structure is hot garbage and anyone who has ever run any organization of any scale would immediately recognize that. You’re all lighting Ethereum on fire and patting yourselves on the back for it,” says Anthony Donofrio (“Texture”), a founding member of ethereum.
His comment was in reply to a statement by Alex van de Sande, a very long time developer at the Ethereum Foundation (EF) who at the beginning of the year told...
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