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Member Talk 12 May 2007 11:41 #345

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I think you should able to see the member talk section when you log on to the site not have to wait for you to sign in.Deadly :(

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Re: Member Talk 12 May 2007 19:14 #346

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Deadly,

The reason you cant see the members talk area unless you sign in is due to the forum wouldn't know that you are a member until you sign in! :-?

The members talk area is for members of the HCVC club only. Hence the login requirement.

Jblair

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Re: Member Talk 13 May 2007 14:59 #347

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What i'm saying is Jblair why can't we see if there is any topics in the members page when log on. It seems to know the diffrence who is a member and who lsn't so whats the problem.Deadly :-?

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Re: Member Talk 14 May 2007 00:29 #348

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:-? :-? :-? :-?

Deadly,

Not sure I understand what you mean. Log on and sign on are generally the same thing!

You must logon for the system to know who you are.

Up to the point that you logon to the forum you are assumed to be a guest so you can only view public areas.

When you login you get the ability to participate in the public areas. And if you are a HCVC member you also get access to view and participate in the Club only area.

The club only area is invisible to all users of the forum EXCEPT for HCVC members.

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Re: Member Talk 15 May 2007 19:19 #349

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Ok i think i've got it now Jblair but it seems most people use the public areas so now i'm thinking we may not need it what do think :-/ i think the display day section could go as we want every body on the forum to come i don't think we have many serects about this one................... that covers all fullstops i should have used.Deadly

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Re: Member Talk 21 May 2007 09:32 #350

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Deadly,

I think we should keep it.

For example discussions about what the Club does and doesn't do with the website and the forum is really a discussions for the Club members.

The idea of the forum FAQ is for questions and answers. This questions about a private area for HCVC members should really be put into one of the locations within that area. Such as this!

The other point is the Display day section may need to be reworded. The idea of this is to give members that attend the display day but are unable to attend meetings to have an ability to give us feedback on how to improve the event. While there is no reason and should be encouraged for any one to give us feedback via the event chat page. There may be a requirement to keep certain items underwraps. Also the Display day section in the members area could also be used as a communication point for the organising group to get feedback or assistance from the members.

The main purpose of the forum is to establish better communications with our members and other like minded people in our community. But there will be times when items of a sensitive nature have to be kept within the membership. I'm certain you have already seen some of those communications that must be kept within the membership! I know you have activley participated in one such discussion that would not be of any benfit to people outside of the Club. ::)

Another thing that could be done is make another "secret" area for committee only discussions! Where only committee members can get into! Only limited by your imagination! 8-)

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