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In regard to the 'Conduct' email....

From: Marco & L.
Sent on: Sunday, July 1, 2012 9:44 AM
My name is Marco and I have been a member of the GPVC for a couple of years now and although the author of this email has some valid points that I agree with in essence, I completely and utterly disagree and resent the way this email was worded and the tone that was used.
It was written with sarcasm, passive-aggressive wording and was in general geared, not to try and open up dialouge and let others weigh in, but to let the author shout their venom at the entire group, whether they "deserved' it or not. It was cowardly unsigned and intentionally disallowed for any response, which tells me this person doesn't know how human relations work in areas of conflict and resolution. Things don't get better because someone yells at others, but they do get resolved when we talk and everyone gets to be heard and we agree on a course of action. After all this is a social meetup group, and I suggest we let people talk it out.
But yeah, the spitting has to stop.:)

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