For the last twenty years, @margaret has reminded me to
construct my written communications using the simplest language . She asks questions like “Why are the options in these two commands, which seem to do the same thing, named differently?”. She asks us to consistently use words like select instead of pick, so you don’t have to wonder if they mean the same thing.
Margaret has developed the English language standards for everything we publish. She has touched the help, user’s guides, and training materials for most of our products. She is the last stop for each new feature, and won’t give it her approval until it makes sense.
Alas, it is time for Margaret to begin a new chapter in her life, and on December 15th, she will be leaving McNeel.
Margaret - thank you for all your hard work, for what you’ve taught me, and for helping make Rhino what it is today. I’ll miss you.