Discussion in 'Hunter (HFT) & Field Target (FT)' started by TREV RYN, Aug 11, 2014.
get your votes in flowers. on bfta web site
Here's a link http://www.thebfta.net/
Had my vote , have your say peeps
Won't let me vote.???
You need to be registered on the site.
As far as I know I am Rob.? Took part also in the last two GPs.? ( Glenn Walsh.)
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had the ssme thing myself
I'll have what Dave's drinking
Any idea when the poll ends?
Too late, he's drunk it all.
Yesterday when Shaun said it will be 4 from 6....
That's how I read it also!?
That's the poll wishes too so far by the looks of it
I think what that means for you Jack is that the new leaderboard for AA is :
Score to drop
it's neck and neck between Ozzy and Calps, but you and Mark could still sneak a win if you put in 100% at Emley, and Andy and James don't put in a score over 95%. No pressure then
poll ?????? who can vote
is it only allowing people that were booked for Devon to vote, or all shooters that have shot the gp's so far? and no other bfta members ????
It's letting anyone who is registered on the site voting... but it's academic because the comp sec has said there won't be a 7th GP.
I don't have the mad skillz to set that up i'm afraid.
Thanks for quick reply
I just wondered as it had been set up.so quickly and very cleverly on the website. I just wanted to know . Poll is set up spot on
No worries. Initially I did think the poll thing was better than it is... But the one thing it can't seem to tell me is who voted. So although I can limit it to registered users I can't tell who voted for what. But hopefully it's not something we need to do that way often.
Just thinking, what would it add to the situation if you could tell who had voted for what? Lots of points of view have already been expressed. Maybe in some respects it's better for the poll to be anonymous as then those contributors rather shyer about expressing their views in public will feel more confident about voting.
In any case it's not relevant to the decision making process; it just helps the officers get a feel for opinion from a sub-set of the shooting fraternity.