View Poll Results: Do you subscribe to RIB International, and what do you think of it?
I subscribe to RIB International and think it is okay 6 9.52%
I subscribe to RIB International and think it needs a lot of improvement 26 41.27%
I have never subscribed to RIB International 20 31.75%
I used to subscribe but cancelled my subscription 11 17.46%
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Old 14 September 2002, 06:15   #1
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I'm not convinced that polls add very much to the forum (which is why there isn't a general option for people to start them!), but here's another one at Keith's request to see how much interest it gets.

Prove me wrong! Press your buttons now . . .

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Old 14 September 2002, 06:43   #2
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But John,

There's no daft option...

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Old 14 September 2002, 07:05   #3
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sorry. I try to vote for item 2, (sub. but not happy) but it just tells me my session is invalid ????
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sorry. I try to vote for item 2, (sub. but not happy) but it just tells me my session is invalid ????
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Actually John I think you need a fifth question

If there was a another choice (i.e. a RIB Magazine that offered me more) I would buy it instead!
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Old 15 September 2002, 01:42   #6
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Like Brian, I'm invalid as well. Must be a generational thing.
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Brian and Mike

Perhaps you have tried to vote without logging on?

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Old 15 September 2002, 03:02   #8
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You must be logged in to post, otherwise you'll get a message asking you to log in. However logging out then logging back in again might just do the trick.

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Old 15 September 2002, 03:10   #9
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HAAAaaaaaaaa!

I beat you to that one as well JK

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Old 15 September 2002, 03:22   #10
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I beat you to that one as well JK
Oh no you didn't!

Brian must have been logged on, because he was able to post a message saying he coulnd't vote . . .

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Why have all the people why voted for the 'it's OK' option not told us what they like about the mag in the other thread???
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I voted for "okay" 'cos I think it is OK.

Not marvelous, and certainly room to get better, but OK.

I hope that some positive feedback came from my first reply to the original post, where I expressed my appreciation of it's professional presentation. Also Brian posted a reply highlighting (amongst other things) the good quality of the photography. This is no mean feat, as RIBs are very, very difficult to photograph on the move. My guess is that Brian may have voted for the OK option, but I can't guess who the third might be. It may remain between him/her and the ballot box!
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Opps...

Hadent looked at the number of people - only the percentage - if i'd realised it was 3 i might not have asked given the two already mentioned comments!
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Not me mate.
I am still trying to vote for the second option down-but the b*** thing wont let me!
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Want me to click it for you?

(or is JK very clever and we can't vote twice???)

edited: JK is indeed clever - can't be done!

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That'll teach me not to guess how other people vote...
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Old 15 September 2002, 15:37   #17
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Iv'e logged in, tried to vote, logged out as suggested, logged back in , tried to vote again and am still invalid. JK, please just me down for an option 2, will you?

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Old 16 September 2002, 12:28   #18
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I have registered your votes. I can't work out what the problem is though. Can you send me a PM with the exact error message?

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Tried to vote and got the following message. When I tried this action again everything seemed to work well.

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Old 24 September 2002, 10:54   #20
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So, does this chap HMS (?) read Ribnet?

The results of the poll (which is small, but amongst his target readership) should make the publishers think a bit.

What happens now JK?

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