PCG-SCMP Discussion Topics
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How to Participate in the Membership Consultation?
The consultation is open to all PCG-SCMP members and it will run for three months (15 June - 15 September). We hope that this will provide sufficient time for useful and constructive discussions.
Please email your views on the PCG group name to the PCG-SCMP committee at: PCG-SCMP@JISCMAIL.AC.UK
Contributions will be posted on this website, so that different views can be read and discussed.
Using this Page
This is the page where topics of interest to the Physical Crystallography community can be discussed. All new
To create a new discussion topic you would edit and add e.g.
[[Topics:my new topic page|description of topic]]
to the top of this page. When saved, this will create a new link on the page called "description of topic" which when you click on will create the new page called "my new topic page" where discussion can take place. Please keep page names short and concise - additional information can be specified in the link description and/or on the topic page itself.
To be informed of changes to a discussion you are interested in you can either use the RSS feed for the recentchanges page, or you can "watch" the page. To watch a page you must create an account and log in - if you also wish to be emailed when a pages changes you need to enable this in your account preferences. Note that you will then be sent a single email when a page changes, but will not then receive emails for further changes until you have next looked at the page. For this
PCG-SCMP Discussion Board Rules
- Anyone may create an account and make contributions on this discussion board.
- All entries must be signed in such that a way that it is clear who contributed.
- Only topics relevant to the physical crystallography community are allowed.
- The PCG-SCMP Committee reserves the right to remove entries which are not relevant to physical crystallography topics, are offensive or are suspected to violate some law.