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Announcing the OSOM Community Discord
Nothing happens in a vacuum, including our work here at OSOM. Beyond the legacy and achievements that all technology builds on, there’s the interplay between our partners, fans, customers, and even critics, opening the door for dialogue. That’s why I’m excited to announce the OSOM community Discord server.
This is a fundamentally different way of doing business compared to most other companies, and it’s a big part of why I came to work at OSOM. (If we haven’t met before: Hello! My name is Ryne Hager, I’m OSOM’s new Head of Community Engagement, and I used to be a reporter at Android Police.)
More than once, someone has described this seemingly radical viewpoint — actually telling people details about your product, your business, and how you built the things you sell — as the “anti-Apple” approach. When so many companies are twisting up secrecy into a way to hide not just feeds and speeds but even violate customer privacy, OSOM is proud to have different goals. It was clear to me when I was a reporter. And now, I’d like to help make that distinction clear to everyone.
A cynic might see the new OSOM community Discord as merely a checkbox in a 2022-era social media strategy, but we’d actually really enjoy telling you all about the things we’re doing as we hear your own desires, opinions, and concerns. That means answering questions and hearing feedback as we iterate, improve, and illuminate more of the details behind how a smartphone like the Solana Saga and future products get made.
Kicking things off, we’re planning an AMA with CEO Jason Keats there this Wednesday, September 14th at 3PM ET/Noon PT. Ever wondered what sort of testing and certification processes go into a phone before you buy it? Or precisely how the curves and edges get designed, milled, finished, and assembled? Where does the “crypto” start and end on the Saga? And how can software be optimized to better respect your privacy? We'd love to answer your questions.
Some companies might dress up product announcements on a stage like a magic show, but there’s no mysticism in the precise sciences of design and engineering behind these products. This is our opportunity to pull aside the curtain. So come and take a peek.
Own Your Privacy.
Head of Community Engagement
OSOM Products Inc.