The first 10 persons who answer my question will be allowed to set my hair on fire! So, go for it and good luck.
The question really speaks for itself. I just wanted to post a question to test whether or not there are any active participants in this “community.” In several posts, including the one this one replaces, I’ve not had but ONE person respond out of a couple hundred views. And that was a developer offering a free stack for coming back into the RW fold.
I’m not really sure I understand why, but the difference between the Rapidweaver community today and the Rapidweaver community from several years ago is startling. Back then, being on the forums was almost a real-time experience, somewhat like using a text messaging client today. Now? Seems this wheel is not squeaking loud enough to get any attention.
Don’t misunderstand me; I’m not bitter or complaining or whining about it. . . I just don’t understand. What does one have to do in order to have a simple question answered on the forum? I’ve looked over all my previous posts and I think that there’s nothing in them that could be off-putting or that could be misinterpreted, though I’m open to being corrected. So. . . I’m at a loss.
This offer of allowing the first ten respondents to this question to set fire to my hair is subject to local laws and fire regulations. Void where prohibited, taxed, titled or licensed. Must be 18 to enter and you have to be THISSSS tall to ride this ride. Thank you and good night.