I was just kidding around. I read your posts, but what I'm not seeing is any substance to what makes Batgirl distinct. It's nice that she has a character conflict, but every character does. Your point about compassion and community delineating her from Batman is 1. Only accurate in certain depictions of Batman 2. Completely inadequate to delineate the character from Nightwing (who, himself, is very much Batman-lite at this moment, despite the different character).
We're speaking not just to the character of Barbara Gordon, but to the character of Batgirl and the whole direction of the book here. Or at least I am.
I haven't read the series extensively - I tried, but I couldn't get past issue 4. I hopped back on for the recent Joker crossover, and it was...exactly what I expected it to be. Bland. A lot of internal dialogue, but not a lot to say, if you know what I mean.
I won't get into Batwoman, which you haphazardly deride in your posts without any attempt at real analysis, but there is a book that justifies its existence with each issue. I don't see that with Batgirl, and I'm certainly open to it. I felt exactly the same way before the last Batgirl book was released, with Steph, and grew not only to see why it needed to exist, but to love it/her. I'd like the same to be true of Barbara as Batgirl.