Busy.witness is actually the witness account for the Busy.org project. As a result, a vote for Busy.witness is really a vote for the Busy.org team. Busy.witness doesn’t do much voting or commenting directly.
Busy.org is probably the most well-known interface for viewing Steemit content, other than Steemit.com itself. It evokes an interface feel more like Medium.com. I have seen Busy.org posts reposted on Reddit, so it definitely has some reach! (In fact, I’ve seen my own articles reposted on the Bitcoin r/btc subreddit, actually.)
Since Busy.org is a completely different front-end for accessing the Steem blockchain, it provides extra resiliency anytime Steemit is down. During the frequent outages at Steemit.com recently due to DDoS attacks, Busy.org was mostly still accessible, allowing life to continue on the Steem blockchain.
The team behind Busy.org currently is:
Busy.witness’ Current Witness Update: https://email@example.com/busy-news-three-months-beta-what-s-new-next
Busy.witness’ Original Witness Thread & Busy.org Announcement: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/busy-your-next-gen-social-network-platform-based-on-steem-blockchain
Busy.org Front Page: https://busy.org/
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