Michele Foster wrote: > a.e.o. already includes a selected few members in its database .. > independent of weo's members, tho the information is (or was) the same (Dan > correct me if I'm wrong). ya, the info is the same, and i'm pulling peoples 'profiles' into a.e.o so they can log in. > d.e.o. could (should?) use members' data one of these days. what on d.e.o neds members data? the submission form is anonymous right? > m.e.o. - we won't go there yet.. but again, its got its own members' > database of sorts.. partially, now, synched with weo (if I understand > correctly). Based on whatever rules are put in place for meo accounts, it > will probably become more important that the data be synched... especially > if we decide to give accounts only to those that actually contribute in a > positive, or shall I use Dan's term, non-trivial way to evolt.org. actually, people have to have a w.e.o account to get a m.e.o account now. much easier that way :) > l.e.o. - another ballgame altogether. One day, I would like to see the > option to edit all of my members' data on one page, including list > subs/unsubs, personal info, etc. yup > Also, sounds to me like we need to consider a few additional priv levels. > Now and into the future. What's she talking about, you ask .. > > (1) a.e.o. members should have a unique priv level, so that the members info > is called from the main members' tables. ya, the only problem with that though is there are unique levels within a.e.o that don't match up with the priv scheme from w.e.o - although it wouldn't be a huge deal to change a.e.o to conform > (2) additional editors/reviewers for articles (admin issue atm) oy. i'lm going to bring this onto thesite to see what people think soon. > (3) evolt.org CORP members .. I know this hasn't been discussed in any great > detail yet, but there are requirements that theBoard must meet, in so far as > notifying its membership of upcoming meetings, voting, etc. We'll need a > way to keep track of those members that are members of the Corporation, not > just weo/feo members. Those members *may* also need to have privs to > certain information, such as proxy voting via web based interface (if i dont know if we'll want to open up voting to something like a web based interface. email is easier to deal with and validate.. thanks for bring these up mich, lots of stuff to talk about. .djc.