So if we move on from the more administrative side of FF to the actual hear, the local chapters. What do you think should be required to be able to call yourself an official FF chapter? Traditionally it used to be that to become a chapter you needed three meetings, then you could choose CR (chapter representative). In order to remain an official chapter you needed to have three meetings/year and a yearly election of a CR. Now tied to these questions of what constitutes a FF I also think we need to discuss how much activity there should be on these boards. I think we are all aware of that forums are not the main communication channel on the internet anymore, at the same time it is only by being on the same platform we can have a global unity, and not the least if there is trouble outside of the forums it has proven difficult for the RSAs/GSAs to actually do anything. I have my ideas about how we could codify this, but I would like to hear from you first. I also feel that it is important that we come up with an answer to these questions fairly soon, since we have noticed that there is a renewed interest in meeting up with other local fans in the build up to the new films.