> Martin Sheffield raises the very valid point which no doubt the RSCDS > Management Board considered at the time, which is whether it is worthwhile > to invest the effort in 'protecting' the members section. As he says the > info therein contained is not of any great interest to the non-dancing > public and thus why bother. On the other hand I believe (marginally) it is a > good idea to start off protecting the RSCDS data when we are not sure what > breadth and scope of data we will eventually provide. In the end we might > decide to do away with passwords but that is easier than starting off with > none and later changing one's mind! > > There is another way of course, which is of some merit. > Instead of a password why not ask a general knowledge SCD question to any > internaut who wants access, such as ...
Surely the members section is protected, not from the "non-dancing
public", but from those who do dance but aren't members.
When someone asks "What do I gain by joining the RCSDS ?"
we can add that to the list of benefits.