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1-19-2009 @ 1:35PM
When I ran a guild I did something a bit different with inactive officers. I created a rank between vet members and officers. They had all the guild control ranks of a vet except for the addition of seeing and talking in officer chat. Not to over simplify but that seemed to work, and then where I saw people filling in the gaps these people left they were slowly promoted. People don't like change... however a demotion to basically what they are w/o losing anything... really in the grand scheme isn't change. And they were always extended an opportunity to come back once they had more time -- since it seemed they were lacking the time needed to dedicate it to helping run the guild. Officer positions should never be a set in stone. And if a long term dedicated member leaves over losing the privs of promoting and demoting people... tbh they weren't worth your time. Guilds are shaped more or less by the people in them... not what rank you are in the guild...
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