As for the narrative of what happened to the demise of the committee, it isn't worth my time to comment on it. It is what it was and I have nothing if any real interest to add to what has already been said by Adam, Matt and Sean. My resignation letter clearly explains my resignation:http://blog.maestropublishing.com/open-cfml-advisory-committee-resignation-lettIn his blog post, Adam alludes to some inside knowledge on my life and the demands on my time. Adam has absolutely no understanding or knowledge of my daily life and demands. It is rather imprudent and extremely rude to make assumptions and presume some alternate agenda. This is the issue I take with Adam's post. Straight from my resignation letter: "it has become increasingly difficult for me to contribute sufficiently to the CFML specification process". I spent a lot of time over a period of a couple months debating my resignation. In the end, I felt I did not have the time to serve the CFML community in a manner that did justice to the committee as a CFML *community* representative.