I agree but ...February 27 2006 at 1:27 PM
Mark S (Login MarkStyczynski)
Response to Connecticut's Bear Mountain
We only only "control" the group page. When someone submits a page to Summit Post, they have the option of assigning it to a group. The folks who did the Bear Mountain and Lam Lam pages some time ago on Summit Post 1 felt their pages deserved "highpoint" status so they assigned it to this group. The "mistake" was repeated during the conversion to Summit Post 2 when the group page was created by the site maintainer.
Getting these peaks removed from the "toolbar" part of the list in the left margin would basically require one of us either asking the maintainers of the pages or the elves to delete them from this group. Not sure I want to do this. Could lead to bad blood. The only part of our text that refers to these non-highpoints is at the bottom where we basically explain they're not actually highpoints. I realize it screws up the mashup and we will certainly try to keep other non-highpoints off the mashup.