Indeed, you asked me to follow the Allman style though it was something that was never thoroughly enforced (even in team mods), which I subsequently did.
Anyway, I think we're getting a little off topic.
Mod reviewing is, long term, a draining process and it irritates everyone who does it long term. I'm sure the community appreciates long-term stalwarts coming back to help, but it does spotlight the need for more help in the team.
It encourages me to think there are people that Dime is considering as possibles for the Cust team; it's not like there have ever been that many strong candidates for it.
I'd love to see more people helping on mod approvals, and helping on this development, but right now it just seems to me that there's too much being taken on and not enough people to help on it.
Setting out responsibilities of the team is a good idea. I sort of tried that in an underhanded manner myself in October, and it further encourages me that this is a step being taken.
@Bloc: Friendly banter, borne out of bad memories. It went down badly, and I have faith it can move forward but I suspect it needs more people.
I take your point about returning to the team, but there are people, former Cust team, that I just don't see returning, there's too much frustration and hurt there. Drama and accusations of 'changing like the wind', speaking personally I cannot see me returning to the Cust team, presently or any time in the future.
I'm not ready for that, I'm not ready for doing support on a consistent and regular basis, I'm still very angry in a lot of ways - not at anyone or anything, just generally angry - and that the current makeup of the team (both at Cust team level and SMF team level, really) is one that I'm personally not compatible with; it would just result in a lot of arguments and tension.