When David wanted me to write the "Why" pages, my first reaction was that these pages should be
written by the marketing team. But he wanted to finish them, so I did the job after studying how
OOo positioned themselves.
Right from the beginning, I have repeatedly asked how LO is positioned, but never got the reply.
How is a website copywriter supposed to write without that critical insight?
And now I am in the embarrassing position of having that article revoked/reworked.
I do think your inputs should have come before I wrote those pages.
Why do SC-members have to reverse everything post-facto while remaining inert when it counts?
I don't buy this "no time" concept. You wasted my time and effort through your tardiness, and I
don't like it.
My point to Mike was that the same points were already listed in the website, and elaborated by
I didn't mean it was a great job; just that it was described in great (more) details.
I also gave you a detailed feedback on the logo/tagline for the website.
I hope you will have the professional courtesy to reply that mail (remember it is there on wiki
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