Possibly, Clerk Gable, you may have missed the point being made. It is not about a Zoom policy, it is about a co-option policy. Zoom is a way of enabling the public to join a meeting, thus complying with a co-option policy which states that co-options will take place in ordinary or extraordinary meetings. However, with reference to comments made in a previous thread (which the question originated from), the use of online voting forms to co-opt excludes the public, as the forms are completed 'behind closed doors'. As there is no agenda to inform the public of the co-option, the public do not find out until the next ordinary or extraordinary meeting, when it is recorded, and this could be weeks or months after the co-option has taken place. This is not being open and transparent with the public.