Hi! I haven’t been here for a while and missed out a few things. However I get the impression the following question could trigger a helpful discussion or quickly supply me with a link to something important I missed.
I read https://wiki.snowdrift.coop/resources/meetings/2020/2020-08-28-crowdmatching-update-proposal and I suppose its “Drivers” roughly give the reasons for changing things.
While I tend to personally support those claims: Is there an argument based on current, empirical knowledge, that demonstrates how continuing with the current crowdmatching would lead to unintended consequences (i.e. we know it won’t work well enough for now)? Is there such an argument that demonstrates how trying the current crowdmatching would not be safe enough to try?