This post is a follow up to the recent announcement about the NEM Ecosystem future plans to give some further information on how to take part in the Ask Me Anything (AMA) sessions.
These sessions will be the first of regular ones, so if you are unable to make these at the times, there will be other chances, you are also able to leave your questions in advance.
The intention is for them to be a fully open, constructive forum in which the community can ask any questions of the teams and we will do our best to answer as many as we can in the session times.
A new Twitter account has been created called @NemberAMA you can tweet your question to this account either before the session or during by either including @NemberAMA in the text or using #NemberAMA (using # is preferable as it is easier to find but both will work)
In future sessions, we will look to incorporate alternative platforms and naturally refine the approach over time to make it as effective as possible. For the first round we will stick to Twitter for simplicity and ease of management.
Depending on the quantity of questions received, we may or may not manage to answer them all in the allotted sessions, we will endeavour to follow up where possible on subsequent ones or in a forum post.
As a reminder the first round of AMAs will occur on 9th of April at the following times:
UTC 6am in English - covering the Asia Pac + Australasia time zone
- Attendees: David Shaw, David Mansell, Iain Wilson, Dave Hodgson
UTC 11am in Japanese & English - covering Japanese time zone and language
- Attendees: Jaguar, David Shaw, David Mansell, Iain Wilson, Dave Hodgson, Kevin Newman, Etsuko Kanetaka, Minoru Orui
UTC 3pm in English (optionally Spanish) - covering Europe, USA and Latam time zone
- Attendees: Jaguar, David Shaw, David Mansell, Iain Wilson, Dave Hodgson, Samy Mendiburo
At the start of each session, attendees will be confirmed and where possible answers will be attributed to one of the attendees (character count allowing)
We encourage the entire community to get involved, this is an opportunity to ask any questions you have wanted to ask but didn’t know where, have asked but didn’t get answered or anything else you want to know.
The intent is to be as open and clear as possible, even with difficult/uncomfortable questions and is part of the way we see community engagement picking up again. So please, bring your friends, ask as many questions as you can and get involved.