> This community began as a mailing list and that list will > always be its core, as far as I'm concerned. Despite our own > strange psychological need to form committees, little inner circles, > appoint titles... the only "organization" evolt has ever had is just > whatever it needs for the list to continue to send and receive email > to all the people in the world who want to communicate (or just > listen) and associate (however loosely) with all the other cool > web workers of the world, for free. Maybe now that we've killed most of what grew, including the process and the organization and the red tape that killed what grew, we can grow again. But we need other people to step up to fill the holes left by the leaving of many of the core people responsible for the original growth, whose interest we've also since killed. So, let's do whatever disorganization is necessary, as suggested by Alan. Then let's stop talking about organization and voting and history and administrative details and titles... and start talking about innovation again. So tell me some new ideas for evolt that you have. Let's get evolt living again. -- Matt Warden Cleveland, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.