I spend a fair amount of time reading community discussions and feedback but I shy away from engaging as it can become a full time job, one that I don’t have available time for as running a company of 630 people spread around the globe, while directing two projects already takes way more than 40 hours a week, especially as we now have to “over” communicate internally as almost everyone is working from home.
But once in a while, while reading something on Spectrum I get the itch to share some context and information. I do recognize that the question I answered last week was somewhat arbitrary as I like talking about Star Citizen (it is my dream game after all!) and I am in a unique position to know both the big picture and the technical issues so I thought it may be fun to answer another question from you guys, but this time you can have a hand in determining what question I answer!
A few rules;
- No questions on timelines or schedules. When the revised Road Map is ready that will be the best place to see what we currently “estimate” (estimate != promise) as our task durations.
- Add as much detail to the question but do not make it multiple questions about different topics
- Focus on systems that exist or we have said we plan to build. Bluesky theorycrafting isn’t going to be that useful as we already have a huge backlog of stuff to achieve before we start wondering about “new” features.
- Be respectful
Question with highest number of up-votes that adheres to these rules I’ll answer to the best of my ability this weekend.