Witnessing some weird attitudes in the last 24 hours. Anyone having participated in the scam known as BCASH should never be "welcomed" back. That includes ringleaders, cheerleaders and devs. #RogerThat
@samouraidev This! Problem is most of the community are rather new, making it the old guard’s duty to inform and remind of the bad actors of the past. I feel people like Gavin have been let off the hook way too easy
@samouraidev @hodlonaut Any project that allows pseudonymous contributions can't keep out particular contributors, and so my personal policy is that I'd welcome solid contributions from anyone no matter how awful I think they are.
But people who burned their past reputations should expect their opinions to hold a disadvantaged position in perpetuity compared to people who maintained their integrity throughout. And if they complain about that, they should be ignored.
@harding @samouraidev @hodlonaut I agree with David. I'm not here to police the community or punish people for whatever reason.
Acceptance is purely based on quality of the contributions.
That said, most BCH contributors aren't that great, there's even a few that went to other projects (with lower standards) because bitcoin core wasn't accepting their changes.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!