Thanks Cindy for your concern. His answer probably was a bit harsh
and with my sensitive nature it did sting a little but he probably
thinks I deserved it. It's true I have been on the list several
times about the book, but they weren't all about when will it be
approved. Some of them were even back and forth between Robin who
validated it and myself. Actually he did tell me it was on the
admin list, but I just scan and submit and don't really know much
about how to access these lists. Anyway, I don't want to get into a
heated discussion just to defend myself. I just scan and enjoy it
and probably should know more about the whole operation but I just
keep picking info up as it comes along.
BudAt 11:57 AM 8/12/2006, you wrote:
Wow! Jake, that seems an unduly harsh answer coming from you. You're usually much gentler. Is the heat getting to you? smile
If a question bothers you because of it's being repeated, or for any other reason, you can let it go and not answer it. Someone else will, sooner or later. smile
Bud, as Jake says, yes it's still there, and no it won't get rejected unless something is wrong with it. Gustavo was really busy approving books on Friday and possibly on Thursday when the site was down--Below is a tiny URL to Jake's site of books added. If you bookmark it you can check it daily--or I can add you to my mailng list.
Unfortunately, Gustavo does not approve on a first in-first out, as has been suggested by several people on several different occasions--but he is getting to some of the older books. The St. Patrick's Day book that Lissi submitted, hoping it would be available for St. Patrick's Day 2006, was added on Friday or Thursday.
It used to be that if a person asked Gustavo (gustavo.g@xxxxxxxxxxxx) to put a specific book in the collection he's look at that one for approval right away. You might try that. smile
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