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@Sebastian Heit iOS %FJnNM+dcNClv0ZGjeTgKTFD+3Oguej8cu8b93CXoIv0=.sha256
Voted I just want to express as much gratitude as possible to the Planetary Team,
@Matt Lorentz %+FYcViJGFdaJflwPt3HWDeV58VdkAs3j4ORzbXvVqXM=.sha256

This means so much to me @nanomonkey. Thanks for putting it out here publicly. Not that I had anything to do with paying for tickets, but just that we have been able to build some level of trust as Planetary. It's weird being a traditionally-structured corporation in a sea of people and organizations with higher ideals. But I joined Planetary because by my calculations I thought we could succeed in contributing more to the commons than we extract from it. We make plenty of mistakes (like last weeks publicWebHosting mishap), but I hope we are karma positive at the end of the day. It was lovely meeting you, learning about scratch, and dreaming about decentralized organizations and means of production. Already looking forward to the next time.

@SoapDog (Macbook Air M1) %YVjmXwIZp5XVRME81TA47Cj4+s4PUVGic27C1FyvzhI=.sha256

I don't think many people in the community realise how much funding Planetary has funnelled into the community with no strings attached. Planetary has paid my travel costs for Scuttlecamp 1 and for DWeb Camp and never asked anything from me. Just like me, there were lots of other people who were sponsored to both events by Planetary. Not only Planetary has funded those events (and DWeb Camp is a damn expensive event, just the tickets are about 1k USD a piece) but it also has funded go-ssb and other developments.

I am very grateful for all the support shown towards me, other devs, and the ecosystem in general.

Looking forward to when we all meet again.

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