Did Adobe decide that it will no longer support user groups?

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I have learned that as of April 7 Megan Kirkwood notified a number of user groups that they would no longer be affiliated with Adobe.
This came as a surprise to many of us. From what I understand this decision was not based on the quality of the work or the interest by users.
I am told it was a blanket decision without considering merit.
What can we do to reverse this decision?
These groups not only provide education but they also promote popularity and use of Adobe software.
One of the beautiful things about Adobe has been the close relationships with its users. Compare that with the users of Microsoft.
This decision I believe will destroy many fine relationships and will have an impact on products moving forward.
Is there someone with influence to whom concerns can be directed?
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Donald Alschuler

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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Sure. I'll shoot you an email in the morning.
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Donald Alschuler

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Thank you. That will be appreciated.
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Please respond to Donald's questions if you have answers. We need to know. Thanks.
Eugene Williams
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