1. Accounts









        You can view Public pages.

    To record your User Name, Password and email address.


       You can navigate to more pages.

    + To use your real name and contact information required by Law


       You can interact (Comment, Answer Surveys and Vote in the Annual Meeting,)

    ++ To record and check your full Profile, Moderate (Edit or Delete) your website inputs, and your vote(s) per our By-Laws.


       Originate pages on the website.

    +++ To publish your writings.


       Hold an office or administer a project (Chair a Committee).

    ++++ To be audited if budgeted by the Board of Directors.


       As assigned.

    +++ As agreed with the Board of Directors


  2. Be respectful of others.

    This web-site is a public service, a publication, a Forum, and a virtual office. It is operated by an organized association of mostly volunteers. 

    If you visit the site without registering you are reading a virtual magazine. If you DONATE, thank you.

    If you register, you can sometimes "write a message to the editor/publisher."  If the message is inappropriate or off-topic, it will be ignored.

    If you join the association, we assume you share our goals and interests and we appreciate your input. In that case, you are communicating with friends and allies. BE RESPECTFUL. 

    For 50-some years, SMAAC activists distributed its News Letters and held public SMAAC Forums. The website is now used to plan, organize, preview, present and report on an Open to the Public SMAAC FORUM which may be "virtual," physical or both. This website today distributes the News (a blog) and hosts the SMAAC Forums. The Forums have there own Rules. Similar to a physical public meting