I am more than happy to identify myself as the attendee you are mocking. It is rather sad that your first act as a new broom at the forum is to be quite as unnecessarily rude as this, because I wanted to address one thing that wasn't on your extensive agenda.
Writing minutes is usually a trusted role, and your personal opinions of me are irrelevant. I am not going to use this forum any more, and I hope that one day, you contribute as much to the community as I have been doing. Over to you now.
Dom Johnston wrote:vbsydenham wrote:Great work Dom - All sounds pretty sensible so you can count on my support for any changes along those lines.
I suppose, in the spirit of that person's complaints, they should be identified so the rest of us know what we're dealing with?Dom Johnston wrote:So, there was 4 of us at the meeting yesterday. It was quite tricky to try and keep things focussed with one of the attendees constantly talking about people who post unpopular opinions etc. shouldn't be able to remain anonymous... Needless to say, they were alone in their thinking...
Haha. Yea, I can totally understand why they thought that way for people to be held accountable, however, it was 3 to 1 in favour of keeping names anonymous. So in the spirit of democracy, they can keep their name hidden.