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On 2011-01-20 8:48 AM, Florian Effenberger wrote:
Charles Marcus wrote on 2011-01-18 19.52:
If no one*from the SC*  contacted Michael*directly*  and took the
time to explain the situation to him, then*the SC dropped the

If no one*from the SC*  *knew*  that Michael was putting so much
effort into the Drupal site (because they weren't monitoring the
brand new official channels of communication), then*the SC dropped
the ball*.


Folks, ever thought that for problems, often two sides are 
responsiblem two parties are involved? It's rather easy to blame
juste one side...

I did *not* say that there were not two sides, or that Michael was
blameless - I said that, *regardless*, since the SC has assumed the
*Leadership* position, they *defacto* bear the largest burden of blame
for this fiasco (ie, 'dropped the ball'), and I stand by that meaning.

<snipped a lot of other stuff I wanted to say but realized I've already
said it and repeating it just wouldn't be productive>

Anyway, I'm hopeful from the sounds of things that you all will be able
to get past this rough spot in the road and move on.


Best regards,


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