That seems reasonable Rick.
I think maybe part of the problem here stems from the charter for the public list. I, personally, don't remember what the allowable discussion range is for this particular list.
If it's wireless specific then we indeed have to do a much better job of keeping it on track. If it's a general topic list then I think we're doing fine here. Even if talking about porn if it comes to that, from a business model standpoint.
Anyone know what the list charter says? I wouldn't even know where to go look it up.
And for those that care to run off in a huff, shame on you. This is a FREE list. Your business is improved every day by those on this list. That's WISPA's main goal. If *we* think that a line of thought is bad for our industry it's our right, indeed responsibility, to do something about it. It's YOUR job to convince us we're wrong OR run for office and change the rules.
I personally know and have met, eyeball to eyeball, everyone on this board. I don't happen to agree with any of them all of the time. I do have great respect for them all. These are among the very top minds in this industry. The folks on the WISPA board understand more about the business, the finances, politics, market pressures etc. than anyone you are likely to find anywhere. More importantly for you, they/we, are accessible. You can pick up the phone and call Rick and ask him directly why he did what he did. You can call and talk to me about FCC issues. You can call Scriv and ask about policy issues.
Now get back to work you scurvy dogs!!!! lol
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