BeeDeeDubbleU - 1:37 pm on May 28, 2010 (gmt 0)
Whilst many many think the rules (on urls) are sensible (and I have not said otherwise) they are undoubtedly inconvenient - that is true whether you agree with the rules or not.
The rule may be inconvenient to you Kaled but please accept the fact that I do not consider it to be so. That is my opinion, firmly held.
so a compromise, implemented partly by technical changes, would seem to be a sensible subject for discussion.
Well that's perhaps phrased a little better. ;)
I find the fact that no one seems to be interested in doing do, both sad and astonishing.
Who said no one is interested in discussing it? That's what we're doing, is it not? Let's get on with it without starting to fall out about it. As we say in Scotland "keep the heid".
When it comes down to it I trust Brett to make the right decision on this. I will still be around if the decision is taking to relax this rule and I am open to suggestions. If it becomes totally open then I won't be around and probably neither will Webmasterworld.