thanks Loic for the update, even for a sobering one And to lighten it up a bit, I don’t necessarily agree with that conclusion. Mainly because, as with every new product, part of the problem is to convince the user that it is worth putting effort behind adapting it. People are reluctant to use new tools, because it is a timeconsuming process, so it is also an art to make them see why it is a worthwhile timeconsuming process. As long as we can believe in that ourselves at least, but I am not necessarily reading from your message that you have lost faith in the product or its purpose.
The other thing is that so far, Enough did not even have a “face”. I suppose people need something they can associate with in order to understand why they should use it, and of course this is what good branding is for. And we’re still working on that.
My general assessment is, let’s give it a little more time and put some more energy into creating strategies aimed at actually convincing people. That being said, I don’t know how the processes of approaching NGOs were run, so I would love to understand more of that. You remember that one of the things I still want to do is to write a proper White Paper, and the concerns you have gathered so far will be more useful than ever now as we can just address them in there, too. And I still think it would be useful to run this through Marcel Oomens from FPU.
Obviously, my only (personal) issue here is time, of which life always provides too little. But considering we’re not in a rush, that may not even be a real issue