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On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 9:59 PM, David Nelson <> wrote:
I've unpublished the pages.

I would love if someone would comment on the suggested page content on
the wiki page that I have setup for developing these pages.
These pages are important for marketing the product for specific
purposes and tasks related to each target market.

Again, instead of working in different directions and then having a
competition to see which is selected, lets get onto the wiki, where we
can collaborate to create some content which exceeds anyone's ability
when working alone.
The people who have the skills building websites are here and the
website team has the authority and mandate to create and improve the
site without any more approvals/proposals to any other part of the
community, as long as we get a consensus within the community about
any changes. The whole community owns the website, not any one
individual or group, but it is our responsibility to compromise and
collaborate with everyone to achieve a great outcome.

Michael Wheatland
P.S. David, I would suggest you ask if there is any objections before
swooping in and changing/unpublishing someone else's work. Especially
if this is based on one, albeit valued and respected, opinion.

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