Respectfully, as a newcomer to SE, I'm asking whether observations by current members of high reputation and standing, such as (paraphrased) "Of limited interest b/c a commercial product" or "possible duplicate of Webmaster" are a routine kind of "hazing," meant to challenge the commitment and character of applicants for any new focus group, as it were. Whatever the case, are we supposed to take up verbal arms to defend our position, and reassert that we are engaged in a worthwhile enterprize that will be of value to a growing number, and a credit to the larger SE community as a whole--which we firmly believe!--or, are we to let these Uber-commments accumulate unanswered, in a fashion similar to the refining of the questions themselves, which, as we've been taught, is appropriate to the early stages of our application wet Statamic within Area 51? Hey--we're just a bunch of well-intentioned folks who want to do the right thing. So, authoritative advice in this aspect of the matter at hand would be appreciated. TIA.