Eric HB sent me an email asking how I think Ceptr and the ecosystem we’re trying to build around it fits with what is depicted in this blog post. I’m posting my reply. And frankly, I wish I’d remember to capture content like this when I write about things in email or other random places so I can start to collect this information somewhere where it’s shareable.
I think of the collaborative ecosystem we’re intending to build around Ceptr
as being a kind of community of practice (Remember stones/tumbles/gems
which kind of map to his three tiers?). We can have a pre-frontier space for exploration and discussing ideas / needs / requirements / innovations / bounties. Some of those discussions turn into initiatives with teams working on building something which eventually gets published/released into the compository.
Published receptors in the compository are sort of the pioneers frontier… although not their raw development or testing environment, because it needs to get triangulated in by a code reviewer and you and the reviewer have reputation riding on whether it works / does what it says it does.
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