We think of what we, ideally, do as sort work on the kernel of what we can provide, while uplifting the greater community to make use of it. While we could host a hackathon, I don't think hosting hackathons would be part of our own business in a great capacity. We'd be more likely to create/host tools for hackathons to use. But all of our features are built around discoverability when appropriate, so when communication happens on our platform, we are optimizing for fly-on-the-wall experience during and after the fact. We think this is pretty good for the web in general.
Our role will shift over time, especially as we open source. As much as we have plans, we're planning to stay flexible and lean into goo ideas that come our way.
We're a place where coders share, stay up-to-date and grow their careers.
We strive for transparency and don't collect excess data.