- It looks like we are up to about 35 members throwing their 10
votes for the "most-wanted" list (345 votes total divided by 10
per member on average, with a few not quite making the 10 total).
Even if the survey results are looking like your favorites are
winning, the results will have FAR more weight when I can say that
50/60 of 70 dedicated owners responded with these priorities. So
if you have a chance, please try www.onelist.com/survey/TriumphTrophy
and cast your votes.
On Friday, 12/3, I will change the list to post the next 15 that
have been suggested by the members. To try and make it equivalent,
I will post the top ten from the first list, so you are voting on
whether any of the next 15 should be in that top 10. I figure the
factory primarily will be interested in the top 10 with a relatively
low interest in the next 35(we all generated 45 product improvement
What's my motive, you ask? I want to know whether we can make a
difference or at least register an impact. Can't know either without
trying. Your help, if you're interested in that issue, is greatly
- I just wanted everyone to know that it will take a minimum of 18 votes to
move an item in the current survey list into the top 10 that I listed for
your information from the first survey. So check it out at
- After discussions on the Yahoo Triumph club, we thought it would be a
good idea to conduct a survey of as many Triumph riders/owners as we
could and present the results to Triumph.
Unexpectedly (or maybe not, actually) Triumph have asked to see the
questions and possibly add some of their own, before it goes live.
I've no objection to that, and I can see why Triumph would be
interested - it's extremely cheap (ie free!) market research for them.
However, it does offer an opportunity to get some messages across.
Since Triumph want to see the questions, I see no reason why everybody
shouldn't see them as well.
the ISP that hosts my site is having problems setting up their CGI, so
untiul t hat is running I'm making the survey available with the
SUBMIT disabled so everyone can see it, without actually sending any
Please go have a look. Feel free to suggest any questions that you
want to. The more we have the better a picture we can get.
The site is at <http://www.dotatdot.co.uk> and I do apologise in
advance for the naff front page. It was done in a hurry and will
(probably) get improved later <G>.
Email suggestions to dot@... rather than the list to reduce
Trophy. Formulated and Controlled by Laboratoire Hinckley
I filled out the survey but when I clicked on "Submit" I just got a 404;
Page not found. Is anyone else having trouble with it???
- For whatever reason, I cannot get through to the address supplied by
Bazz. I use ATT.NET most of the time; Harvard.net; and the MIT ISP.
Still can't find that address. Any clues anyone?
- Lot of people seem to be having problems getting to the survey - for
what reason I don't know.
Over last weekend, they were doing some upgrades and there were some
interruptions on Saturday and Sunday, but that's all done as of
You could try going to the front page www.dotatdot.co.uk and clicking
the link for the survey. I'm at a loss to explain what's wrong..
27 responses so far from all over the place; UK, US, Aus, Germany..
it's obviously not a geographic fault.
On Mon, 23 Oct 2000 21:57:35 EDT, you wrote:
>I couldn`t even get TO the page....ERROR
>Welcome to the Year 2000 with the Trophy Owners Group!
- --- In TriumphTrophy@egroups.com, keith.ley@i... wrote:
>got a 404;
> I filled out the survey but when I clicked on "Submit" I just
> Page not found. Is anyone else having trouble with it???Same here
- Bazz's explanation of his site vendor making fixes, etc., must have
been part of the reason some of us were having trouble responding to
the survey, particularly over the weekend. I was able to complete
his survey last night (Tuesday) with no problem.
- On Wed, 25 Oct 2000 13:23:37 -0000, you wrote:
>Bazz's explanation of his site vendor making fixes, etc., must haveYup, I got an email from them this norning which I will quote in part:
>been part of the reason some of us were having trouble responding to
>the survey, particularly over the weekend. I was able to complete
>his survey last night (Tuesday) with no problem.
Last week saw the installation of new equipment, servers and bandwidth
to enable us to offer you a whole host of exciting new features and
Thank you for bearing with us during the weekend work.
Evidently it took a bit longer than expected to install the new kit!