Interestingly, not too many supporters.
I did think there was something to it at one point, but seriously, I think it cuts to the point of the matter as to whether there should be any further slack given to those who miss their turns. I am against this still.
I am fascinated that this is 'pending' with no poll. I was told by Twill, that for anything to go to a stage where lack would take note, a poll had to be carried out first, then the powers that be would see if it generated any interest. Yet on this thread it take just a few posters and bingo! lack arrives, thinks it is ok and pops a 'pending' to it. Where was the poll? Where was the long discussion? where were the thousands of viewings?
But the end result of ignoring his own rules (I assume Twill speaks with one voice to lack, that is effectively what it says in the forum rules) will be anarchy and no one taking any notice of any of the management authority, they will be able to do little about it if they want, at this point, to keep the whole thing going. Those who pay will leave fast, simple as that.
It is no wonder double standards are appearing across the board in this site.
Finally, regarding an earlier post:
cicero wrote:"Without respect" appears to be what you meant.
Notwithstanding that Lack gets to prioritise his time as he wishes.
Without respect is how we as consumers were treated for many weeks. I am not interested if the cost is perceived as great value, or any of those issues. If one has paid for a service, and that service does not happen, and takes some time to resolve while the benficiary of ones payment relaxes on holiday, then this is treating me without respect, not the other way round.
He does get to prioritise his time how he wishes, this is for sure, just as so do we as consumers get to decide whether the whole thing remains a venture. It is only a matter of time before another site close to this appears, this much is the nature of business. If the consumers here are teed off enough, they will leave, until no more cc. I am only stating a case for the consumer, something the fawning sycophants here do not seem to understand.