First of all, I am amazed how quickly this site has got up and running. Awesome work to everyone who has contributed and is still working on it or moderating. It’s easy to use, has made our group discussions way better and the LOOK - I am absolutely in love with haha.
This is not really a serious topic per se but I was wondering why it is that so many of the people into actualism have some sort of coding or website building background. I even changed to a career in digital since “discovering” actualism . And I mean even the AFT were early on the website bandwagon and I’m pretty sure learnt HTML and everything.
Is it something to do with being highly analytical perhaps? Or is it the way people are discovering the site or something…it seems like there is a definite correlation which I find curious
Actualists (that I know of - please feel free to add to this list) who have some level of proficiency with websites or in IT/digital: Richard, Srinath, Srid, Miguel, Claudiu, Emp, Craig, Shashank, myself, Solvann, rasengan, Son_Of_Bob, John (Carpe Vitae)…im sure im missing people here.
Haha yeah I have wondered this also, I am personally pretty useless with anything past basic computer skills but a lot of the guys here seem like wizards. Definitely agree that this site is awesome in many ways and went up in no time. This is like Richard’s super effective gardening fuelled only by pure intent
I’m bad at tech, except when compared to my mother, so not among the techeratti unfortunately I’m guessing a lot of niche online forums will have a high dev count. Wonder what the Dharma Overground percentage is? High, too I suspect