|Subject: [harryproa] Re: Changes|
|From: "proaconstrictor" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date: 3/18/2008, 11:32 PM|
As a complete outsider who was considering buying the biggest proa I
could get made, I have to admit I am extremely thrown off by this.
I saw you in sail magazine, as I am sure many others did. The website
could have had more videos and inside views.
I am all for sailing something which might be looked upon as a bit
kooky, but when you see this kind of crazy going back and fourth it
makes you wonder if the business will go the way of the dodo bird
before your boat is built."
You don't not buy into linux just because there might be a few
different approaches. This is a totaly new craft that needs some
serious sorting out, and what this group shows, and the group
activity that led up to this group, is that there isn't anything that
can't be said or considered about the design, and that's fresh air
that people talk about but rarely practice. Sure there may be some
interposnal stuff that should be kept among those involved.
As far as the rest, there are some brokerage options out there
already, or you can get your personal boat built locally wherever you
want to, it just depends on whether you're for real as far as any of