Writing a paper on the website. It's an evaluation of the actual website not the beliefs of the website.
So I'm Dan, I've known about the Rational Response Squad for quite some time. Writing a paper for school involving
the website and have come across a few things about the site that could be improve on. Upon enter and checking the bio's of the
moderators I noticed it did not give the credentials of why they performed the jobs they did. An accurate history of what the Rational Response Squad
has accomplished would also be nice to add. While I understand that this is merely a forum to discuss irrationalities and unite Atheist
we were given guidelines in which websites would be evaluated and my biggest problem was proving the creditability of the site. While I know
of the blasphemy challenge and the Nightline debate and the radio show that use to run, there are many who do not. Since my paper is strictly on the
context of the website while praising other tools and functions of the site I had to give the creditability of the website a mixed rating. While I could not
ignore the actual experience of the staff the fact I had to use outside sources to confirm it hurt the rating. If a history of the group could get a link and
a little more information on the moderators was provided it would help. I understand that moderator information is confidential for there safety but if they have
a degree or something that could be added without giving away specific personal information it would add to the creditability of the site.