To quote Brian from the other thread which was becoming smelly
'Just to be clear about this, the more acrimonious discussions were about whether the G Association should change to P100, the points matter raises little heat here. After all, if the high ranges attracted extra points chasers in the UK would stand to gain! The problem is, as you appreciate, how to proceed rather than rooted objections to change.
I sensed , have no evidence, the main objection to P100 was it would dilute the value of awards already achieved. Could I suggest that the award system be two tier , for sake of argument Basic and Advanced.
Each ARM would have an Advanced list which would be the present status quo,
and it could add another list of summits which would not meet the present criteria but would have relevance to that association.
EG England ARM Advanced P150 - Basic P100.
The database should be capable with a little tweaking of issuing the correct level of award.
The certificates could remain the same with an endorsement sticker for basic.
The Trophy should be for advanced only.
Advanced - Summits meeting present criteria only
- Same cerrtificate
Basic - mixture of present and new summit list
- endorsed certificate
- no trophy
That’s my suggestion for a way forward.
Roger G4OWG (donning flack jacket)