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Council of Elders

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by s_morris ‎27-04-2012 13:15 - edited ‎27-04-2012 13:33

Hi Guys,

I came up with this idea last week and then saw the post called 'the one year+ club'. My idea is similar to that one however im not competing in any way and i hope for some kind of comprimise between the ideas.

 

My Idea

To have a 'council of elders' board which only members with 1000+ posts can post on

 

The Uses of this Board

 

To allow experienced members to have a stronger voice by putting forward there ideas

 

To allow experienced members to converse maturely 

 

To ask questions that you feel only experienced members will now as opposed to the regular board where newbies will attempt to answer something to which they have no knowledge about

 

 

Thanks for reading!!!

 

 

EDIT: I also feel this board will allow the educators to have a more dignified 'meeting' with the more experienced giffgaffers on the board to come to a better conclusion

 

EDIT2: with the advice of caballeropi I have decided that it may alos be wise not just to do it by 1000 posts but also by a certain amount of Accepted Solutions

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by mary_r_t on ‎28-04-2012 02:28

My sentiments here are much the same as the One year+ club:

http://community.giffgaff.com/t5/Submit-Great-giffgaff-Ideas/One-Year-Club/idc-p/3990347/highlight/t...

 

I have to agree that a lot of posts doesn't necessarily mean a lot of good posts - quality over quantity every time :-)

by natasha_smith on ‎28-04-2012 13:54
Have you ever read George Orwells "animal farm" ? Enough said! :-)
by inspiron42 on ‎28-04-2012 14:00
People can make their own decision on what ideas or advice they wish to accept using their own criteria. It does not require a group of self appointed individuals to do this.
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