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[quote] On 01-02-2005 23:42, Karya wrote: Ok looks like I've got a number of issues to address here. I hope this isn't too much of a muddle. Firstly there were some implications about the time and effort that goes into producing Muddled Times. Let me assure you that MT demands a LOT of time and effort. It takes me hours and hours to get one issue out. It normally involves many days of preparation. There used to be a time where I took time off work to get MT done, but I can't afford that luxury now. I get all the help I can and I appreciate that but it still takes a lot of work to co-ordinate and finish. I DO care about Muddled Times and I DO care about mudii but I never hid the fact that I wasn't going to be around for a couple of years as from Sept 2003. I did, however, over-estimate how much time I thought I could spend on mud and Muddled Times. I think it's been very obvious that I haven't been able to cope with the workload but this doesn't mean that I don't care, or I can't be bothered or I'm lazy or any other insinuations that have been made about me. Perhaps I haven't been explicit enough but I shall be here (without getting into any details about my personal life): As from September 2003 until June 2005 I will have only a very limited amount of time to spend on mud and Muddled Times. Since the the late summer of 2004 things have escalated resulting in an ever-decreasing amount of free time. I have not logged onto mud since Dec 5th. I am only here tonight because I received a desperate e-mail. I would like to point out that this is the first e-mail I have received asking about Muddled Times. NO-ONE has asked me about Muddled Times since Christmas. To be perfectly honest I thought no-one was that bothered. I presumed wrongly however I'm not a mind-reader either! To be fair to Crowley and Vordai when I logged on tonight I did find a mudmail from him (I'll reply to your mails when I'm done here, Crowley & Vordai). On the subject of people getting fed up because I haven't published their work. I'm sorry but when have I contributed to this downward viscous circle? The first and ONLY time that I have delayed in publishing any work has been for the Dec 2004 issue of MT and even then I believe I have received the sum total of 2 articles. If I don't get the articles then you won't get a bumper issue of Muddled Times. The articles I have received will NOT go to waste; there WILL be another issue of Muddled Times. I think it will be best at this moment in time to admit defeat. I can't cope with the work load. There will be no more Muddled Times until June. I will not be on mud until June. I will not read this forum regularly until June. This does not mean that I don't care about mud or that I'm can't be bothered. This means that there is something else going on that HAS to take precedent until June. [/quote]
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