From: Adrian C on
On 10/05/2010 19:01, DubDriver wrote:
>
> I think you are being a bit too strict there ...
> On-topic discount ... yes
> In the UK ... yes
> Advertising ... fail
> 2 out of 3's not bad, who knows someone might gain from the offer!

/me so busted!

Actually, given the sparcity of posts here I wonder if that 'no
advertising' rule should be perhaps looked at?

It could be limited to offers inside the UK by UK based companies only?
(not individual person-to-person sales or deals outside the country)

I note the original charter is not obtainable anywhere else but google
group reposts, and it needs modification, republication with approval
before a change like this becomes possible.

Comments?

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Adrian C
From: DubDriver on


"Adrian C" <email(a)here.invalid> wrote in message
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> On 10/05/2010 19:01, DubDriver wrote:
>>
>> I think you are being a bit too strict there ...
>> On-topic discount ... yes
>> In the UK ... yes
>> Advertising ... fail
>> 2 out of 3's not bad, who knows someone might gain from the offer!
>
> /me so busted!
>
> Actually, given the sparcity of posts here I wonder if that 'no
> advertising' rule should be perhaps looked at?
>
> It could be limited to offers inside the UK by UK based companies only?
> (not individual person-to-person sales or deals outside the country)

which would give this group an advantage over the likes of HotUKDeals of
exclusive discounts that can't be published on those sites (unless by
someone not connected with the company)

> I note the original charter is not obtainable anywhere else but google
> group reposts, and it needs modification, republication with approval
> before a change like this becomes possible.

Sounds good to me but, how does one propose update to the charter?