[Epic] Q&A back up

From: A. Allen McCarley <allen_at_...>
Date: Tue, 21 Jan 1997 15:57:52 -0600

No, no; not backlog, back *up*, as in working again...... sort of

I'm back from holidays and conventions so I can start trying to take
questions for the Primarchs again. I got a few questions in my
Q&A mailbox over the holidays, but I think most of those were
from people not on this mailing list. I'll try and get to those
as quickly as I can.

One thing I *didn't* find among my 2,000 letters when I got back
(no, I'm not exagerating) was a response from Andy or Jervis.
I'm not sure what this means. I've sent several letters asking
about the status of the last batch of questions I sent them
(In October I believe......) but have never gotten any response.
Not even a letter telling me that they were busy and wouldn't
be able to get to them for a while. So, all those questions
you were waiting to hear answers for are still waiting.

What does this mean? I'm forced to admit that sending me more
questions right now may be a lost cause. I can give you my
opinion, but so could everyone else if you just sent your letter
to the main list. I'll keep trying to contact Andy and I'll
let you know when I've regained contact.

This lack of response seems out of character for Andy. Normally
he is quite prompt in replying; even if it is only to tell me
that it will be some time before he can get to our questions. I
can only imagine that the effort of designing the new version
of EPIC is keeping him really busy. Perhaps the Primarchs don't
really feel its a good use of time to fix problems with the
old rules since they're busy making a whole new set of rules
anyway. I suppose I can't really argue with that, but it would
be nice to know if this is the case.

Anyway, I'll let you know what happens

Allen (The EPIC Q&A guy)
Check out the EPIC Q&A Pages at:
If you have EPIC questions, send them to: allen_at_...
They will be passed on to Andy Chambers and Jervis Johnson.
Send all other correspondance to: allen_at_...
Received on Tue Jan 21 1997 - 21:57:52 UTC

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