Arizonan Time Lord, Power Ranger, Starfleet officer, caregiver, writer, cosplayer, snarker, and wannabe werewolf.
I saw your comment on the staff's journal on DA's anniversary and I really do agree with what you had to say.
I thought maybe we could have a chat.
I'm really not interested in joining a group that exists just to whine about Eclipse. It's here, it's going to stay, and the important thing to do is keep asking the staff to restore the features that made the old version useful rather than crying about the aesthetic changes.
There's more important things in life than user interfaces in a web site and I'd rather direct my energy into being creative rather than critical.
It may seem like that now but even the largest mountains can be worn away by drops of water. Eventually Eclipse will have to go.
I don't want to be stuck in this miserable ruin dead-locked in combat. And I want to be using my energy for creativity and having a good time which is one important thing but with the one platform I could easily use to put my work on butchered it's much harder to do.
There are other things to worry about but Eclipse just adds to that list. And the less things in the world we have to worry about the better.
But simply ignoring a thing that has had a major impact isn't going to help.
I see what I have to say is falling on deaf ears. Keep on wasting your energy, Kylo. Meanwhile I'm just going to find what fun I can on here.