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SJ351

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« Reply #15 on: March 27, 2014, 10:41:00 »
Are you referring to the selective reporting of the facts Aaron, or the selective recording of them?
   Or perhaps both?
   
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« Reply #16 on: March 27, 2014, 20:41:10 »
A register cannot be operated without selectively recording and reporting the facts: all registrars will affirm this.
   
   Selective recording, as only facts relevant to the register's purpose need recording.
   
   Selective reporting, as only sufficient summary facts needed to alert interested parties need to be reported. The Cobra Register is 64 .pdf pages long, and no user has ever suggested that it is too short for its purpose.
   
   If anyone want's to put forward considered changes to ACOC practice, found to be in accordance with leading register practice by a leading law firm, well-considered proposals to Council are always welcome.

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« Reply #17 on: March 27, 2014, 21:50:52 »
quote:
Originally posted by SJ351
   
Are you referring to the selective reporting of the facts Aaron, or the selective recording of them?
   Or perhaps both?
   
   SJ
   

   
   Steve that is a very good question, what do you mean by "selective" reportings of the facts ? or the "selective" recordings of them ?[:)]

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« Reply #18 on: March 27, 2014, 22:01:19 »
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Originally posted by rstainer
   
   
   "Selective recording, as only facts relevant to the register's purpose need recording"
   
   So you only publish what you want people to know ?

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« Reply #19 on: March 28, 2014, 15:06:39 »
Aaron,
   
   You confuse register (a thing) with registrar (a person).
   
   The register's purpose is defined in the 2001 Council Register Policy. This is available to members on request, applies to all ACOC registers and has nothing to do with who the registrar is.
   
   If anyone wants to discuss the purpose of registers or how they should be operated a separate string in the Forum's General Section would be welcome, as the subject applies to all AC models and ACOC registrars.
   
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« Reply #20 on: March 28, 2014, 19:35:11 »
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Originally posted by rstainer
   
Aaron,
   
   You confuse register (a thing) with registrar (a person).
   
   The register's purpose is defined in the 2001 Council Register Policy. This is available to members on request, applies to all ACOC registers and has nothing to do with who the registrar is.
   
   If anyone wants to discuss the purpose of registers or how they should be operated a separate string in the Forum's General Section would be welcome, as the subject applies to all AC models and ACOC registrars.
   
   RS
   

   
   Robin, look at the above quotes, I have not confused anything

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« Reply #21 on: March 29, 2014, 21:53:44 »
It is difficult for me and and some other readers to understand how the past two week’s posts relate to this string’s ‘CSX 2268 How Original?’ Topic. If anyone has further material relevant to 2268’s originality please post it below.
   
   Anyone wanting to discuss the purpose of registers or how their operation might be changed should kindly open a separate Topic in the Forum's General Section.
   
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« Reply #22 on: April 04, 2014, 02:57:17 »
The ACOC Forum is organised by topic within general subject area (car type, general etc). The Cobra (Thames Ditton) Forum has about 150 open topics, this one being ‘CSX 2268 How Original?
   
   The CS 2131 question is not relevant to the CSX 2268 How Original? topic. If anyone wants an answer to the 2131 question, please open an appropriate topic and the it will be provided.
   
   Proper Forum etiquette (by, for example, restricting string posts to the string’s topic) is necessary for easily-navigable forum structure and broad appeal. All users, members and non-members, are asked to follow the structure and modus-operandi agreed by the Club.
   
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