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Old 29th February 2020, 12:55   #286
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Default re: The commitment to maintain Team-BHP's QUALITY!

I've been meaning to write this for a while but was waiting to get tenured.

I feel the TeamBHP forum has a major limitation. A limitation of lack of diversity, Gender diversity. Our forum needs more women members. I am not sure how many women are active in the forum but we definitely need to hear their views.

Women today are a large percentage of drivers (and buyers too) and much more in urban areas. They use cars for various purposes which often are different from men - errands, shopping, kids and of course work. Their views on cars and what they perceive to be important features could be interesting.

A lot of discussion on the forum is about performance, road presence, image of cars etc but in today's world of practicality, safety and clean air it would benefit all of us to have women share their experiences and views here.
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Old 29th February 2020, 13:24   #287
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The mistakes that are commonly committed elsewhere are regularly seen in this forum as well. For example, the usages such as "since two years", "your" instead of "you are", "I and so and so" have become common. Just like the unruly traffic around us, I have learnt to adapt and let them be.
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Old 2nd March 2020, 13:05   #288
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I should first congratulate the Moderator and the administrators for the excellent job they are doing. Building a huge community of unknown faces and getting them abide by pre set rules is an achievement in itself. I think, despite these set of rules (which takes some time to get familiar with), the one thing that keeps our posts flowing is the love for automobiles. I would like to pin point here the brotherhood which prevails in the community (Altroz test drive cars was a classic case to highlight this point). Coming from the media industry, I understand the importance of content curation and you guys are doing your best to keep the forum lovely and lively.
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