Discussion in 'AK Polls' started by nick parkin, Aug 12, 2018.
What we have now works for me. No change necessary!
My cat's name is Fluffy !
@Yep Im Crazy, welcome to AK!
Up until a few years ago this forum was still stuck in the early 2000's... I like it how it is.
Who cares? I'm not fixated on company logos.
This topic has gone to 12 pages?
I never gave it much thought.
OK with me. My audio gear is stuck in the 1970s
Hey if I could get a decent modern amp for £90, I'd gladly give up my SA-7500.
I was going to say "Think of the cost!", only half jokingly. But here it is, the law of unintended consequences.
I don't see that it is up to members to decide about such issues concerning a privately owned site, but agree that there is nothing wrong with respectfully discussing the concept. Considering that there IS a background cost, and basic membership in the site is cost free, I believe that anyone wanting to discuss such a change needs to start with how it would be funded by the members. Perhaps that is what OP intended with his poll? Since that wasn't stated one can only guess.
For myself, I get along with the current AK masthead just fine. But I AM fairly conservative, and getting to the age where some people might consider me to be old. I have nothing against change for a useful purpose but don't particularly like change just for the sake of change.
I would however gladly buy a Audiokarma themed coffee cup, and I would do so even at a higher than average price if I knew that it went towards maintaining AK. (Heh, heh. I haven't the slightest idea what the average price of a coffee cup is these days. All my coffee cups are old, except for the ones that my children gave me)
edit: Come to think of it, I'd probably get more use out of an AK themed beer mug than a coffee cup. After all, I only drink one cup of coffee in the day...
No, the thread has gone 12 pages, the topic... 4ish.
Should I also participate in this first world problem discussion?
Why change what works?
As you can see from the quoted passage, the bottom line has been clearly stated, as well as its rationale. This discussion has reached the point of diminishing returns.
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