windsor_lad wrote:There is also the Society Yahoo Group which means a degree of competition and that the forum will not thrive while both are still running. The market is effectively split.
As we have recently seen. a lot of members are reluctant to change.
Peter Hall wrote: Hopefully a clear assessment of how things currently stand with regard to both topics will be given by the MC next Saturday (AGM).
Paddy wrote:I think the Forum serves the RCTS well, and the RO Channel is, and has proven to be, and excellent way of commenting on the RO. The key question is - what happens to the comments/suggestions when they are made?. In this case some feedback from the MC, even to say that the comments were being considered, or at least acknowledged, would I am sure beef up this Forum in relation to RCTS actions and decisions. A good example would be some amplification of the future RCTS stand on 'What Really Happened to Steam' beyond the brief statement in the April RO. This forum is good - we need to use it.
D3796 wrote:Peter Hall wrote: Hopefully a clear assessment of how things currently stand with regard to both topics will be given by the MC next Saturday (AGM).
I wouldn't hold your breath
Peter Hall wrote:A quick read of the AGM Supplement would appear to reveal no mention of the Yahoo Group. The cessation of the printed index is covered on xii but it does appear a number of lay members feel they were badly represented by their representatives at the 'Officers Conference'.
The Society AGM is the annual opportunity for lay members to question the officers on actions taken and planned. Hopefully those with such questions not answered in the supplement will ask these on Saturday and be satisfied with the responses received.
I wonder if this is due to the tone and content of this thread:-Peter Hall wrote:For starters, what has happened to the January 2017 RO? Doesn't appear to even be available online yet.
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