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Re: Final Farewell??

>>>>> "Rob" == Rob Fenwick <R.Fenwick@plymouth.ac.uk> writes:

    >> We're invited to contribute feedback, and then accused of
    >> bickering when it's offered.
    Rob> At the end of the day, it's the core team that run the LDP -
    Rob> not the users.

    Rob> I find quite often that when I "Invite Feedback" to
    Rob> something, people instantly take that as a sign that they're
    Rob> in control, and what they suggest MUST be implemented, NOW!

Ok, fine. But in the LDP we have at least 3 groups: users, core team,
and the authors/content providers. Do authors not have any say in what
policies and procedures the "core team" implements? Let's not turn
this into a stereotypical cathedral, please.


Kendall Clark

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