I haven't said much in the last few years because I've been terribly busy. I've mostly lurked, not contributing to the community like I used to. I would however like to submit a link to a video that I think serves the community. Over the 10+ years that I've been a part of the FB community I've only seen a hand-full of poisonous people. People who whether intentionally or unintentionally stir or irritate the community. Some did it by citing ideas (to an extreme) about language wars. Others with personal attacks, while others had not respected the time and efforts of the community. Our time does not come free. We all have a price to pay, something that we give up to contribute to the community. I would hope that we would all realize that all of the time committed to the list, FBtoC and other FB projects are done to benefit the FB community and that repeatedly asking the same question shows a lack of respect our time and other personal resources. If we have to teach one over and over and over again, I would consider that poisonous. As, I said, only a hand-full in over ten years but they are out there, upsetting the cooperative spirit, the communal "chi." I used to say and still believe in the concept "each one, teach one." How Open Source Projects Survive Poisonous People. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4216011961522818645 W.