Okay, I’ll do my homework…
I’m here because I want Ethereum to be run in no small part by skilled individuals - in a word, “hobbyists”. I’ve been shitposting in the discord quite heavily since coming to the community, a project evaluation method which I’m pretty sure I could get a hedge fund to pay me big bucks for. If I could be bothered to write it out.
Anyway, I clearly liked what I found. Rocket Pool’s community is a rarity in crypto and it’s pretty strange to me that it took so long to actually find it. I currently believe that Rocket Pool is one of the most important projects in crypto.
I’m a bit of an ETH maxi, but I keep almost all of my ETH staked. RPL is my largest non-ETH holding by far.
Apart from those, I hold a moderate stack of some Gnosis Chain ecosystem tokens, specifically GNO and AGVE. I run a mid-size Gnosis Chain validator on behalf of 1Hive (and run my own GNO along for the ride).
I also have a couple small degenerate bets on things that are probably scams in the end.
At this time I have no intention of requesting any bounties or retroactive bounties.
I am in my late 30s and live in the Pacific Northwest of the US. I have a strong background in software engineering, networking, and lately some management experience as well. I have a full-time job doing the software engineering and managing thing. I’ve literally been writing code my entire life. Oh, and I have a 3-digit validator index.
Well, I shitpost on the discord. That’s why I got this nom, right?
More seriously, I do occasionally help people out with questions about their node setups…
While I can’t commit a large amount of time to meetings and the like in a GMC role, I know what I’m looking at when I determine whether code fulfills a bounty, and I have the odd hour or two here and there where I can review documents as well.