Are you on your way to the Forum?

by Stephen Tall on July 26, 2009

Don’t forget, if you’re a party member you can register for the Lib Dem Voice private members’ forum. You’ll be in good company: there are 1,004 registered members, all of whom have the opportunity to read and post on a rich variety of topics which don’t always make it into the public blog, as well as having the chance to vote in LDV’s monthly (ish, ahem) tracking surveys. Here’s a selection of the currently active threads to whet your appetites:

# Norwich North result
# Fingerprinting children in schools
# [ Poll ] Tuition Fees
# Saving Pubs – should we bother?
# Why more equal societies are nearly always better
# Confusion over spending priorities
# Do we need more prisons?

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“Don’t forget, if you’re a party member you can register for the Lib Dem Voice private members’ forum. You’ll be in good company: there are 1,004 registered members, all of whom have the opportunity to read and post on a rich variety of topics which don’t always make it into the public blog, as well as having the chance to vote in LDV’s monthly (ish, ahem) tracking surveys.”

You also get the chance to have one of the Moderators take a remark out of your posting and then use it out of context to create a new thread… And of course not apologise to you if you are offended. Which is why I left more than a year ago.

by Martin Land on July 26, 2009 at 11:15 am. Reply #

@Martin If I had a vote for every time that happened to me in forums…

by Julia Hayward on July 26, 2009 at 11:42 am. Reply #

Yes, Julia, when our local Tory Trolls do it in our local forum, I can live with it. I don’t expect it from colleagues.

by Martin Land on July 26, 2009 at 1:22 pm. Reply #

Martin – I think I’m right in saying that no threads have been split since the incident that annoyed you. I can see how the Moderator did it with no ill intent, but in light of your understandable frustration it’s not something that’s ever been attempted since (as far as I can recall), given the danger of misconstruing people’s comments. So, lessons were learnt and I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised if you try again.

by Richard Huzzey on July 26, 2009 at 2:51 pm. Reply #

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