Sahar Sarid announced on his Facebook account that his new #DomainingAMA project is dead before it even started.
#DomainingAMA is dead, I’m calling it off. Bullies win, the industry loses. Life goes on.
He also said on a comment:
I’m not giving up, the industry gave up. I was doing this for others, very little for me to gain here. But since the rest didn’t support the idea, didn’t protect the idea, then why should I do it alone? Matter of fact, I can’t do it alone.I said all along “It’s up to US now” but if there’s no US, there’s no point.
Just a few hours before calling it dead Sahar had made a different post on Facebook:
A quick update on #DomainingAMA. Got lots of feedback from last week’s ordeal, we’re moving forward, taking baby steps. We have few great guests coming on board on our first week, planning to put the site up towards the end of the week so you will be able to sign up and subscribe to our upcoming events. Our first guest will be on 4/4 at 12 EDT.
The platform is built in a way that the community police itself. The idea is really simple: To build a place to share, learn, debate, and explore.
It’s up to US now.
My guess is that more guests pulled out of the project following Frank Schilling:
30/3 Mike Mann
31/3 Adam Dicker
1/4 Alan Dunn
I wonder who else pulled out if not all of them? Could this even be Adam Dicker?
Here are 3 articles documenting how the whole DomainingAMA drama unfolded and has now ended: