On Aug 2, 2012, at 9:20 AM, Scott Long wrote:

> On Aug 2, 2012, at 12:23 AM, Kevin Oberman <kob6...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Doug makes some good points.
> No, he doesn't.  He and Arnould being argumentative and accusatory where none 
> of that is warranted.
> I used to run the devsummits, and we did tele-conference lines for remote 
> people to participate.  After I stepped down, others took it up and did the 
> same thing.  Usually, the lines were unused.  I suspect that organizers 
> simply stopped thinking about them after a while because of poor interest.  
> There is no conspiracy of exclusion here, just simple human apathy.

        The "Watson/Losh connection" worked really well in BSDCan 2010 :).
        Advertising the teleconferencing lines might be an issue (I would have 
loved to have joined in some of the remote conferences, if for nothing more 
than be a fly on the wall, this year), but that's a separate thing aside.
        There's some misunderstanding, assumption, etc mixed together in this 
mailing chain that I think is probably better resolved with some face-to-face 
conversations or maybe just more rational (and less heated) discussion.
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