Survey to gather feedback on CFL.ca is now online...

If you'd like to provide formal feedback about the website http://www.cfl.ca/ (that is, not these forums but the content website), we've put up a feedback form at the following URL:

Again, this survey is about http://www.cfl.ca/ , not these forums. I'm just posting this here because people here read that website often (I'm assuming).

The results of the survey will be looked at by various staff within the league office, so feel free to leave flowery compliments about me in it. :wink:

Is section 2 supposed to allow you to rate only 1 of the points?
Seems to me you want ratings for each point?

Site got a poor rating from me!

A reminder: This survey is about http://www.cfl.ca/ , not these forums. I'm just posting this here because people here read that website often (I'm assuming).

Oh, forgot to add to the survey “Add a direct link to the CFL rulebook and ensure it’s kept up to date!”

nice to know you gave them a poor rating. they need to know why and what you want changed

I did. I told them plenty

This survey is now closed.

Yep, we collected over 1,000 responses, so that'll do for the year. Thanks all!

Hadn't been on this board for awhile, and thus missed the survey notice.

Would have wanted to mention the stupidity of the neg-list secrecy.

Other teams know who is on the neg-lists; potential CFL players know, or find out either upon request or when they contact another team; so why shouldn't the fans, who directly through bums in seats or indirectly through eyes on TVs, pay the bills know?

Neg-list names get leaked by teams when it is convenient for them, either to get a story in the local paper or to play games with another team (i.e., leaking their names), but many years past several names of NCAA, bowl-bound players were leaked every year. It sparked interest in the bowls (not a CFL concern) but also off-season interest in the CFL. What better way to get post-Grey Cup attention than exploiting the NCAA?

The only reason to keep them secret is if they are sooooo useless as to beg ridicule (e.g., Teabow being on a list for SEVEN seasons after leaving university), and/or expose teams as lazy for listing mostly well known names that most fans could have picked.

Secrecy makes as much sense as would not releasing the pre-CFL-draft rankings; transparency to provoker discussion is, as Martha Stewart would say, a good thing