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> The work done by voluteers has to be put
>into a realistic perspective and we need to accept that sometimes human
>beings can't always meet every 'hobby' deadline and often have trouble
>meeting real life deadlines.
I think one of the benefits of a website (for the FEL) is that no one need
compile the whole thing. By spreading out the work to the posters, it
should be less work for the editors of the BNL.
> The A.K.A does need need to operate an Online 'realtime' sales operation -
>another job for a volunteer and also very unfair to the 50% (appx)
>membership that does not have access.
Where does this number come from? It's well below the national average.
Also, I suspect a big chunk of that group has access to public libraries
Please remember - the killifish hobby
>is what we do with it - not what the A.K.A. does. But also remember -
>without the A.K.A. chances are the hobby would never have reached each and
>everyone of us. Instead of placing the blame for problems on the shoulders
>of the volunteers of A.K.A. - we need to begin to accept responsibility for
>our own actions - such as meeting deadlines honestly.
Just for the record: I'm not blaming anybody. Quite the contrary, I've
been really psyched to stumble in to a such a fantastic group. I've just
been doing the aquabid thing and it seems a good way to go since you
basically know that there are enough to go around when it's done so
quickly. Of course, mostly I'm just being annoyingly impatient :-).
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