The way that kwaping
set about soliciting for contributions is evidence against his or her excellence at choosing and organizing people. Feel free to trawl kwaping
's posts looking for evidence of great ability.
Again, I'm not saying that my cynical response is correct. But it was my first response, and I presented it because I think it is useful for people to learn to be a little bit cynical in analyzing proposed opportunities.
Update: grinder [pointed out that I said troll where I meant trawl. Fixed.
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