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The thread about mentors on drive teams, as well as the annual thread debating student-built versus student-and-mentor-built robots have really started to get under my skin. There is so much judging go on of teams who choose one style over another. My team does what works for my team. Let your team do the same.

I bring this up because I feel there is a lot of hostility towards teams whose mentors have a greater role in the team than some and, as someone on one of those teams, it's really borderline offensive to be constantly told that we are "missing the mission of FIRST" or simply "doing it wrong." But who is anybody to really judge a team they have never been a part of?

So, please, can't we all just live and let live?
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