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Ask for something and when you get it no one uses it

There was a time when almost every Chapter leader were asking PASS to find a place where the leaders can communicate with each other. What everyone had in mind is use a forum where leaders can exchange ideas. PASS saw that this was a good idea. There fore they added a forum inside their flagship website just for the chapter leaders. Well done PASS..!!!

I log on to the forum hoping to see some exciting threads and voila. Just two threads, No replies. I decided to start a thread on my own. The thread was aimed at getting chapter leaders start talking to each other and a place where the PASS board could see what the chapters were talking about. But to my surprise the number of views on that thread has remained at a constant two for the past two days.

Does this mean that I am the only one who has logged on to the forum during the past two days? Not even the board members or the forum moderators? Am I missing something here? And today morning I saw Douglas McDowell trying to push chapter leaders to start using it as well. Maybe we should try to encourage every one to start using the forum. This is much more efficient than sending emails to the Chapter leaders.


Posted by Jason Brimhall on 21 May 2010

Heh - I didn't even know there was such a resource.  Maybe that is a part of the problem?

Posted by Roy Ernest on 21 May 2010

I think that is the main problem. Did you send your info over to Blythe? Then you would have got your permissions on SQLPass website updated.

Posted by Jason Brimhall on 21 May 2010

Blythe has my info.

Posted by Jack Corbett on 21 May 2010


Give it a little time.  I just barely got my account setup where I can get to the chapter leaders section of the PASS site.  

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