Spaw, I was waiting for that.
On a serious note, if there were people amongst the hosting FSGWers who felt the Mudcat folks were being snobby, stand-offish, or unfriendly in some way, I'd love to hear about their experiences. Not necessarily vague impressions, but what actually happened to make them feel that way.
There were some FSGW members who never seemed to speak to people outside a small group of friends. They didn't really talk to me when I was in the FSGW, either. I figure they're in their comfort zone, but not snobs. Although if that were true, they'd probably be happy if Mudcatters didn't approach them.
So I'm still left wondering what, if anything, actually happened to those people who felt shut out to make them feel shut out. I'm wondering if it's a whole bunch of people or just a couple. If it's a whole group of folks, perhaps we could do something in general, although I have no idea specifially what. Got ideas? I can't see any way that people involved in any of the jams could feel snubbed, anyway. If it's just several folks, it may just be an individual personality issue, and there's not much we can do about that short of singling them out to be nice to. Mind you, I wouldn't have a problem with that, but they might.
My e-mail address is on the Directory of Registrants. I notice that most of the other registrants have e-mail addresses listed. I respect honesty, I'll 'listen', and I'll keep it private.