JohnShaw wrote:I take issue that you don't really understand what correlation was and is historically. It doesn't seem to me that you've studied the history of correlation . . .
You are right. There was some duplication. I used too much hyperbole, and a different definition of duplication. Sorry about that.https://rsc.byu.edu/archived/firm-found ... arly-years
I could write the follow on article. I have lived most of it.
JohnShaw wrote:I totally don't get why asking for improvements and new functionality and trying to find a way to move these items forward is mutually exclusive to ministering the gospel.
I did not say it was. It is how we use them that matters.
JohnShaw wrote:I realize that many people don't do well thinking in a grand scale.
I guess I am a small thinker, then, a one on one type of person.
JohnShaw wrote:I've been either an ExecSec or a Ward-level, Stake level clerk now for nearly 20 years, and I have LARGE Enterprise IT expertise in a Software Services and Infrastructure Services company - these things are near and dear to my heart.
That is evident. And I totally love it when an organization, large of small, is able to accomplish the task at hand.
I tried to state in my original post, that there will always be something that draws more attention. Is there something that can be done to provide the completion of the promised results? Maybe the MoreGoodFoundation could be used
Change "promised" to "desired" (by me included), and I am totally with you. Unfortunately, at my level I only have two options, bug reports and feature requests. I will confess that my reports and requests do carry some weight. But not enough to satisfy even me.
I love technology, and I use it when it works. But I don't let it slow me down. I just go out and make the calls and let the elders quorum presidencies and other folks get to work. Then we can commiserate together about the technology while we are traveling between visits.