None of them really care about "healing the community", the goal is to "minimize the damage" and the whole reason for that is because it affects their bottom line. Chuck has thrown in with KV because on the industry side, the numbers are there. To put it simply, 3 years from now if Kamehacon wants to look like the biggest and best DBZ con, then they should be KV because Vic is 1 guy and all the other primaries are KV or at least willing to not publicly align with Vic. Meaning if you run a Vic friendly DBZ con and I run a "no Vic ever" DBZ con, one of us will have more guests.I wouldn't be as annoyed with his behavior if he called out both sides. Then the whole healing the community thing would still be annoying, but would also feel actually genuine. Now it just feels very hollow and fake. I hope he actually responds to emosh, so someone can point out the hypocrisy to him. Well, maybe he's aware...
Now, the mistake he is making with this thinking is that "more guests = more money". This will be an interesting one to watch because most of the people that are publicly KV are like Dominique, which is to say non-paying people. They don't even buy badges (which is probably something that Kamehacon noticed) and probably don't pay for autographs, if only because "I've known X for years, we're cool". Chuck wants ISWV to "reconcile" with KV, because in the near term, KV is more likely to be the norm for convention Org side, but KV has a lot of money that he would prefer to see come in the door rather than boycott.
EDIT: (Chuck is also forgetting the Michael Jordan adage, paraphrased as: The other side has money that I want too)