> Yes, that's how it should happen. But seeing as -advocacy decided to go
> and do their own website, and all we ever seem to get on this list from
> there is complaints and criticisms from people who clearly have't taken
> the time to check their facts before posting, I personally do not think
> they should be included in this. Now that is not a general criticism of
> the members of that list - many are *very* constructive community
> members. However, every time -advocacy get involved, we end up going
> round months old arguments again and again and get nowhere fast.
All due respect, but the whole www site is going nowhere fast in
general. I am on www, and I have seen no updates whatsoever about where
we are on the website, what tasks need to be completed, who is doing
them, estimated timelines...
or -- even a reminder to people of where to go to see these things if
Joshua D. Drake
> Regards, Dave.
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