Time is a big problem. At the moment there are only a few people
prepared to put in the time to look after the progsoc machines. Is there
anyone who wants to help in this regard? The biggest thing at the moment
is creating an msql database to keep membership details in. Surely there
must be someone out there who can do this. Or is everyone prepared
to complain but not help?
> > >Speaking of hardware backup, what is a machine doing fully devoted to
> > >talkers?
> Well, I don't care if one of the machines is devoted to such activities
> (plus MUD's, MOO's and IRC)--does the Progsoc Executive wish to keep
> its members informed about decisions it makes on such topics?
It would be nice if people brought things up at meetings. We went into
great detail last meeting as to what was happening and fielded questions
regarding what members thought progsoc should be. It was very well
advertised (posters all over the uni, mail to progsoc-announce). The turn
up was nothing to be proud of.
I know some people couldn't make it, why didn't those people notify
someone so their concerns could be brought up?
> While on the topic of being an (un)informed member, I really feel as if
> the Executive keeps its members in the dark. Maybe there can be another
> list set up to which decisions can be posted. It seems as if the only
> way we (members) get to hear about decisions is if someone has a complaint
> to make about it.
I have considered creating a list, I will do that now.
-- Anton Blanchard email@example.com Programmers' Society CSO and firstname.lastname@example.org Computer Systems Engineering Student http://www.progsoc.uts.edu.au/~anton/ University of Technology Sydney, Australia
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