Veritas (White Giant)
| Saturday, July 12, 2008 - 12:25 am |
If the iron fist of censorship should fall upon my words, so be it. If I am addressed for the nature of my criticism in any way other than the good intent I have put forth, it should serve only to add fuel to a growing discontent.
No matter how much it may be denied that this bias exists, or at the very least that a glass ceiling is prevalent, only those who experience said bias and have met this glass ceiling are really going to be aware of their existences. W3C may deny it, and that is because they have not experienced it. The key here is not getting W3C to recognize a problem on their own, the key is to assert a point that we long-term players have experienced what we are discussing and know what the true nature of the situation is. On W3C's end, it should be about recognizing that our words mean something. We're not idiots, we're not trying to pull a fast one, either. By this point in time, we have enough time under our belts to count towards some respect and consideration. If we're not worth the time to listen to, SimCountry isn't worth the money I spend.