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- 27 Sep 2004
I can sense some level of frustration. Crawford, with all due respect, please do not forget that this project is run by volunteers, which includes me.
I know that the logo question and reviewing the development model are important questions. This is not something that can be answered in 5 minutes, it needs time to review.
A day has only 24 hours. If you check the statistics you see that I AM one of the most active contributors on TWiki.org. In addition I spend a lot of time behind the scenes to keep TWiki.org running smoothly.
So I will look into these questions, please be patient.
- 28 Sep 2004
Thanks, Peter. I do appreciate the pressure on you; which is the reason for this topic, so that we can (hopefully) help you to focus where you can have the maximum impact.
- 28 Sep 2004