Mel, got yours and Kay's data this time, again sorry for my mistake.
Your words are very encouraging. I'm fulfilling a dream with this website, it's born out of my needs (wanting to verify my family tree, find new relatives, discover unknown stories) and circumstances (not enough time to do dna genealogy).
I've dedicated almost one year of my time so far (it will be a year end of July) and it's an experience that I don't want to miss. I taught myself all the programming language, the knowledge about the NoSQL databases, the cloud hosting, how to design a website in html & CSS.
Even if not many people will be using it (which I hope not) it will give myself the chance to work collaboratively with my DNA cousins on all the mysteries hidden in the past.
But there's a much higher goal that I'd like to reach as well. As you wrote Mel, DNA genealogy isn't easy and especially triangulation. That's why my website is guiding the user through this and thus eliminating the possibility to do an error along the way. Everything is automated as much as possible so we can spend our time solely on looking at the results and working with our DNA cousins on putting the puzzle pieces presented together. Now if I can help just one person who was adopted or even an orphan find their family, then I have reached my ultimate goal.
I hope that my website will also make it a lot easier for many people to start with the fascinating hobby of DNA genealogy, by making it easier to access and get results.
Ok, enough of that and back to work. I guess the more I tell the more the pressure to launch is mounting ;-)