Job Descriptions in Detail Forgive me for the intrusion here into a commissioner's territory, but I wanted to take a moment to post each board member that volunteered for jobs and, what I determine, to be the basic expectations of that job. That way we have a clear listing of what should be done by all board members. Here goes: Cap Book Integrity Board member responsible: Winuvas The cap book is what keeps the league on an even field. This job requires the board member to keep up with the free agents available, as well as all teams' transactions, to make sure that all teams' caps are in tact. If necessary, the board member responsible should attempt to handle any cap issues on his own, only deferring to the commissioner in issues where an owner is blatantly ignoring his requests. In a lesser role, this board member assists in making sure that free agents are listed as won in the free agent thread, assisting the board member responsible for that aspect of the board. Free Agents Thread Board member responsible: Jeremy The free agent thread needs to be monitored to make sure teams do not undersign players. The board member here declares when free agents have been "won" after a 24 hour bid period, as well as make sure that points are correct when first posted by owners. Game Summaries Board member responsible: Claven Winning teams for the week are required to post a small (two to three sentence minimum) summary of the game played. This is minimum expectations for ownership participating in the league to keep activity on the forums up. Only winning teams for the week are required to post a summary; each week the board member responsible for this should post who has completed their summary for the week, and who has yet to, based on EA's website. Game Scheduling Board member responsible: Cadepetty247 Possibly the most important job of us all. This job requires a bit of a "prickish" attitude to keep our 5 day schedule rolling smoothly. At the start of each week, the board member should post a thread with lists of all games, with updates to show who has bothered to try to schedule a game and who hasn't. Also, this board member should be aggressive when getting into the threads, forcing the ball a bit as far as activity goes. After the appointed 3 days are up, this board member needs to post a final tally as to whom has bothered to try and schedule games and who hasn't. The commissioner then takes over, doing CPU actions and handing warnings where appropriate. This of all jobs is the toughest, I think. You have to be a bit of a jerk to get people to be active. Recruiting Future Players Board member responsible: Mustang This board member is responsible for scouring message boards dropping the goodness of the OMFL on all those who will listen. A prophet carrying the gospel of the OMFL, if you'll forgive the usage. To keep the league strong, this job requires a lot of activity on any message boards that do online sports gaming to keep our waiting list full in case of boots/quits and things of that nature. Trade Overwatch Board member responsible: Nate This job requires vigilance more earlier in the season. This job is to make sure teams are not blatantly ripped apart by owners with bad trades. Any trade that is seen as unfair for either side is posted in the board room for review by all members by this board member. Any trade, even one done by the board member himself, is possible for discussion. This is to ensure balance in the league. I hope I haven't overstepped my bounds by typing something like this. I want everyone involved with this to be sure of what their tasks in this are to be. If I missed anything, OR if I did overstep, Nate, edit or close this thread or let me know what I need to edit.