Man, you guys would hate me if you knew what I do at my day job. Remind me to never say anything about it on #pants :p
FWIW, I currently spend most of my working time consulting tech companies that, well, let’s just say they aren’t quite aligned with what I’m doing with #pants.
I don’t consider this a problem. My day job feeds my family, and my spare-time Pants adventures hopefully contribute to keeping the web a sane place for people like myself. I’m in the lucky position that I don’t have to make a project like Pants my day job. This gives me quite a lot of control, which is something I’m enjoying very much. :)
Having said that, I have a couple of ideas how I may be able to exploit Pants commercially (without immediately “breaking” it), but I’m in absolutely no rush to turn myself into a slave of what should just be a fun little punk project.