Logging on and becoming a member

My WordPress guru tells me that all those who have returned the form and whom I have entered as users should be able to log on and contribute. I am sorry if it bugs folk to have to do it this way, but I am interested in people willing and able to put time into assemblies, whether for XR or any other difficult issue, and just posting stuff won’t cut the mustard. So I need to be able to keep the site focussed. Also, if the fact that the site is not totally dedicated to XR is a turnoff, that’s too bad. Participatory democracy is for all, and if XR gets the first show off the ground, great, and a great example of participatory democracy. But there are other policy areas badly needing the PD treatment. We could set up an Auckland XR group and let someone other than me manage that group? 

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  1. At the moment, because I have removed the form allowing expression of interest to become a member of the site, there is no way of becoming a member. Too much spam was arriving. Should anyone other than spammers show an interest, I will revive the sign on arrangements. Meanwhile, the only voice on here is mine.

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