On 9/11/06, Matt Warden <mwarden at gmail.com> wrote: > > On 9/11/06, John Handelaar <john at userfrenzy.com> wrote: > > I consider this a security breach and am currently > > dealing with it accordingly. > > You've got to be kidding me. Talk about gatekeeping. Actually, I'm glad there's someone watching the gate. While I don't have a problem with having a (much shorter) mission statement on the home page, making such a drastic change to the look of the site without a discussion is uncalled for and counter-productive at this stage. I don't remember (approving) or having any type of real discussion about adding a mission statement on the home page or what that mission statement would contain. I do remember two emails where people discussed the *possibility* of that happening. Someone who changes the evolt home page without the approval of theforum should no longer have access to change said home page - at least until we sort out why and how this happened (after all it could have been an honest mistake or an error in judgement that won't happen again). To me, this proves William's point that there's a whole lot of rushing around going on and not a whole lot of measured and reasoned thinking about *why* we're making changes or *where* these changes are going to take us. And while I have been *very* frustrated at the glacial pace of change thusfar, I do not think that this type of rash action helps anyone. Whoa horsey! Tara  On top of that the change had invalid HTML which is unacceptable for this organization AFAIC.