Posted 06 May 2007 - 05:28 PM
Posted 14 May 2007 - 04:42 PM
Oh ya and why is this spamming?
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Posted 14 May 2007 - 09:35 PM
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Posted 15 May 2007 - 02:07 AM
Hey I think you guys over at CSPO need a new way to count your members. You have 190 forum members, I am one of them but I would not count myself as a CSPO member. I was invited to sign up to the forum so I did so but I don't think I could be counted as one of your members. Not that I have anything agianst you guys. BC Tactical has a forum but just because you are a member of our forum doesn't make you a member of the team. You actually register to become a member.
We did recieve an update from CSPO command a couple of weeks ago about the lack members coming to games. I think this is where you guys need to fix things. If you had the forum for forum stuff and a membership registration it would make a difference.
Thats just my 2 cents. I hope to see you guys up at D-Day.
Posted 03 September 2007 - 02:51 AM
Hey I think you guys over at CSPO need a new way to count your members. You have 190 forum members, I am one of them but I would not count myself as a CSPO member. I was invited to sign up to the forum so I did so but I don't think I could be counted as one of your members.
BTW_ We have 332 members as at the time of this writing.
For clarity's sake, we have three levels of members.
The first, the entry level member is someone like yourself, who is a forum member only. The second, is a person who started as a forum member but enlisted in a specific squad, which is the majority of our registered members. The third, is an officer with a special rank that can only be assigned by an officer of superior rank.
Members who are inactive at any level for more than 90 days are given a notice about our policies encouraging them to log in, if they dont do so in the next 30 days their account is deleted.
So while I see your point, everyone who is in the count is a current and active member of CSPO. We have squads from Victoria to Regina; and some people just like to dabble their toes in the water before taking the next step. This is the reason why we call an active member in the forums a member. Being an inclusive organization, just because someone isnt ready to make the commitment to a squad we arent about to call them a non-member due to that.
As I recall, K2's application process to BCTAC was just as simple anyway. He filled out a form online and then received a reg card in the mail. He didnt have to go through any tests or special qualification procedures either. He wasnt required to do anything on an ongoing basis for the next 6 months, when he opted to help with the Op Overlord game put on by Boundary, that was the first real concrete contact he had with anyone from BCTAC. As far as I can see the only difference is getting a membership card in the mail.