Post by lagunamiata on May 3, 2007 11:41:20 GMT -5
A few weeks ago, at the suggestion of a few Safety Stewards, I created a separate CCR Solo Safety Steward forum.
The purpose of the forum is so that CCR's Safety Stewards can discuss things that are relevant to event safety without (can't think of a better word) interference from the rest of the public forum. Open discussions are great, but tend to get off track rather quickly. Moderation on the SSS forum is strict, very little off topic discussion, not a lot of fun talk like on here. We're not discussing anything like banning people or penalties. Most discussion is event related.
This forum is only open to members that have their SSS license. Joining the forum is by invitation only.
If you have your SSS license and would like to join the forum please let me know.
yup. Well, we started this for use by the SSS staff to share experience info and to discuss upcoming events. Then it became the Core workers forum - and what seems to have happened is the core workers are the same peeps who post to the CCRSCCA forum (this one). So, it became redundant and no one goes there. I put up a post regarding volunteers and whether we needed a list of core workers as in the past. It got only 7 reads as of this morning (half were mine).
So, doesn't seem to be much value in it unless we decide to return it to a SSS forum. Just a thought.
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Post by trickbrick on Feb 22, 2008 15:02:09 GMT -5
Honestly, it is about all I can do to halfway keep up with two forums (CCR and SCR)... and every now and then I'll go back to ALSCCA forums to kinda see what they've been up to also.
I have NO clue how they do this... but SCR has a similar "volunteer team" thread/forum... but it's on their main forums page. People have to be cleared to be able to see that forum... it seems to work pretty well. But, again, I have no idea how such a thing is done... If something similar could be done with proboards, that would probably work the best.... ?