Everyone building in web 3 understands the importance of building a community. Most also understand the value of genuine community members over vanity metrics. However, actually building communities is often hard because the community isn’t singular. Everyone in the community is a different, and have varying backgrounds, motivations, levels of experience, and so on. It can become tricky to prioritise and understand which sub-communities to focus on, or how to balance growing to new audiences verse catering to the existing audience.
Totally agree, if developers were swayed by all types of users and investors, they would not move in either direction