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Chockstone CPR and Defib 3-Nov-2021 At 7:25:27 AM IdratherbeclimbingM9
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On 2-Nov-2021 Superstu wrote:
>Facebook is a cesspool of intolerance and misinformation, why people bother
>with it I do not understand.
>
>I belong to a few tech- related Slack groups that are friendly and fun.
>I donít think Slack would suit climbing banter, but the success of those
>groups I would attribute to the organisers who have put together codes
>of conduct and are keen to see the spirit of inclusiveness maintained.
>Itís not political correctness or cancel culture, its about maintaining
>a space where people feel welcome and safe and able to contribute.
>
>In the glory days of Chockstone I donít think it was ever that welcoming
>or inclusive. A few individuals were ready to pounce and rip into anyone
>who turned up and said something considered uncool by those who decide
>such things. So when the climbing community began to faced some challenges,
>not surprising people wandered off.

Although itís true that some individuals were Ďpouncersí, from what I observed that cohort mainly pounced on each other, and to an extent provided some of our readership on the sidelines with entertainment; so I tend to disagree that Chockstone wasnít ever that welcoming, inclusive, or indeed generally helpful; as there was/are an overwhelming number of posters (and posts), that tried hard to make it so.
I reckon they are still there but arenít seen easily as theyíre the silent majority these days.

I agree with the thread premise that itíd be good to be able to hang out on Chocky and discuss climbing related stuff (akin to campfire discussions of old), again, Ö perhaps made possible with suitable benevolent benefactor time and $ input.
Maybe a go-fund-me thingy would work to that end?

@ Harold
> How many don't post here anymore because they are concerned about people outside the climbing community reading it.
@ TimP
> Is it a generational thing?

I think these are related to an extentÖ
One thing is for sure and that is that people do have opinions, so if Chocky becomes user friendly with high convenience factor software behind it, then those opinions are crying out for a space to be heard in.

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