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Oct 31, 2002 5:29 pm re: Speaking of events...and getting burned
Adrian Scott
Thanks. Please blame it all on me... while we were trying to expand the Ryze events we ran into a hurdle
where i was not able to support all of the activity, so unfortunately I had to put that expansion
on hold. ( And it's not about which cities or people are more important or anything like that.)

I wish I had more capacity (hours in the day etc). I'm sorry. It's a lot of work
just to support the existing events, as well as keep the site running etc.
Right now we're focusing on building out some of the events and tribes capabilities
so that people can leverage Ryze's technology to put together their own events,
which is more scalable since I don't have to get involved.

Unfortunately there was a bunch of miscommunication. I'm sorry that folks
got hurt on this. Anita and I spoke on the phone about this a few weeks ago.

Please accept my apology.


> Anita Cohen-Williams wrote:
> WebSanDiego is having another happy hour next week. (I set it up.) It is at the Karl Strauss Brewery on Scranton Road, Nov. 7, 5:30pm on. http://websandiego.org/happyhour/happyhour11 to RSVP.
>I also posted it on the Ryze Events board, but who knows if anyone outside of San Francisco reads that.
>Yes, I did get burned on the "unofficial" event. Ah, well. I do not plan to volunteer for anymore Ryze stuff.

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