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  • madjo
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    Yes, it is always smart to do the Quality Control yourself or at the very least involve yourself in that process, and if the writer had done so from the beginning, he'd not be in this mess.
    It's the biggest problem I have with Kickstarter projects, a lot of people who start projects don't think they have to do any quality control, just place an order for manufacturing, and ship out the product. Resulting in pisspoor quality products that you wouldn't dare give to "real" investors.

    The other problem is of course communication. Keep in touch with your community, tell them of the upsides, but also the downsides. Be honest about it. Tell them when you hit a snag in the process.

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