But I'm not sure the original proposal is any more sustainable as alternatives have been suggested. I don't think it should be changed unless there is a generally supported proposal to implement.Anyway, before this thread drifts away, can we just get on with the original topic? There haven't been any sustainable objections as far as I can see.
My reasoning was set out in post #1. Age was one of the factors. It was not the only factor, like yours is, nor should it be.Please see first paragraph of post #14.
Henry Mintzberg, in his book The Nature of Managerial Work, found that........ For a start, the number of people attending a meeting tends to be inversely proportional to their collective ability to reach conclusions and make decisions.
I'm not saying there shouldn't be a change - I agree that having the 9xxx series at the top seems wrong - but your assumption that yours is the solution seems a bit, well, forward shall we say.For those who seem not to want to change anything, it is quite bizarre that a machine as old and limited as the 9150 is at the top of the list,
Where's the traffic and hence revenue going to come from after that? I've seen many forums wither and die when their main reason to be ceases (to be). Without CF, hummy.tv will be an also ran.The CFW may be holding the fort at present, but it's not going to do so forever.
Given that the world seems to be headed for a situation where all relevant knowledge can be found in the last hour of Twitter and Facebook posts, many forums are probably facing this question.Where's the traffic and hence revenue going to come from after that? I've seen many forums wither and die when their main reason to be ceases (to be). Without CF, hummy.tv will be an also ran.