The underlying reasoning for requesting my own removal has not changed. Well, it has, but not for the better. I have insufficient time for the projects on my to-do list, and that has gotten worse since my removal, not better. The trend line is in the wrong direction :P As much as I would love to support jdporter on this, the reality is that providing the above clues is about as much as I can do right now. Signing on as a pmdev again would imply things that would be untrue, which I consider to be a form of lying. (Which I do differentiate from "I did something once, and it's too much work to get myself removed, so I'm leaving it alone" - I had pmdev access for years after I stopped contributing in that way, too.)

I wish I had time for that type of help again. If wishes were nickels, though, I'd be rich.


In reply to Re^4: ChatterBox XML Ticker randomly throwing messages away by Tanktalus
in thread ChatterBox XML Ticker randomly throwing messages away by choroba

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