On Google Webmaster Central Blog and in the post titled "A Festivus for our webmasterus." Google says "If it's good enough for the Costanzas, it's good enough for Webmaster Central: it's time for a Festivus for the rest of us (webmasterus)!"
The most apt things to remember for starting celebrating Christmas celebration by Googlers seem to be the new developments which have come about as the most popular Webmaster Tools features which the blog considers to be the "Feats of Strength — for 2007."
First is the queue are the webmaster tools which help you to "view a much larger sample of links to pages on your site that we found on the web. Unlike the link: operator, this data is much more comprehensive and can be classified, filtered, and downloaded." and that you can ask Google to remove what you want out of the URL Further the message center allows you to communicate with Google on the issues. And the non-English domain name registrations is helpful for people "outside of the English-speaking world."
While Google wants to get feedback about the tools, however they've specified the form as well "Just remember that bots may crawl this blog, but we humans review the comments, so please keep your grievances constructive. " Constructive criticism about their "blog or Help Center, and stuff you'd like to see in the discussion group" could help further the cause.
And how do the Googlers wish the reader on the holidays, "On behalf of the entire Webmaster Central team, here's to you, Festivus Miracle and Time Magazine's Person of the Year in 2006 — happy holidays. See you in 2008. "