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Hi Michael,

On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 7:16 AM, Michael Wheatland
<> wrote:
On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 11:38 PM, David Nelson <> wrote:
I totally agree. The only reason people are (were) working on Drupal
was that Christian stated that people were already organised to
implement Silverstripe very quickly, which turned out to be not

You still don't get it. And you're completely turning the facts.

Silverstripe /was/ ready from the very beginning.

Once we realised that Christian's team was non-existant we offered to
help but were turned down:

There was no need to work on silverstripe, as silverstripe was working
from the very beginning. What was lacking were people willing to work
on the content and on the theme.

Yeah, and when you react two months after people were asking for help,
then it's too late. in this concrete situation, help was not turned
down either, but it was:

This is a very different message than you were sending the website
team last week. I respect the work you have put into the Silverstripe
site after Christian dropped the ball,

Stop this FUD!
There was no work put into silverstripe. David did a great job with
providing content and later with Ivan and Nikash on the theme as well,
but this has nothing to do with silverstripe maintainance.


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