Ever wonder who to ask to update some specific content on this website?
As club members, we depend on this website, and its database to manage membership, emails to members, emails to groups of volunteers, like firstname.lastname@example.org, the calendar of events, governance, and news. Below is a table showing who is responsible for content in these sources.
But first note that you can edit content you posted, So update that yourself. For instance, if you added something to the calendar, you may be able to fix it yourself. If you described the course you teach, you can update that yourself. Some pages have a feedback link which will direct your comments back to the person responsible for the page. The following table is not for finger pointing exercises..
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What needs updating
Who updates it
in Web section
Monthly meeting notice
Monthly meeting notice on home page Update within a week of the last meeting to say Speaker To Be Announced. Before overwriting last month's, copy it into a news article but uncheck "publish on the home page". Update again as soon as known with the new speaker.
In the Forums Menu, you'll find a UserGroups link. Then select the group and edit, add, delete it's members. Also add / delete exec members through editgroups . Also set up members in email forwarding (through cpanel, not nuke
Membership renewals, updates, joins, find a member
Black MIC icon on Desktop of Lab Login on LAB0 computer