I think you have misunderstood me.
We (you read the names and the postings, so you are knowing who) saying, that the goups are responsible for the members of their groups. And the group leaders will stay in contact if persons are trying to get memberships. Of course I (nor other people) will visit all people at home. But the group leaders will have to take a look to their members.
I think it is very common, even in the UK.
Wait a little bit, please.You do not represent an official reenactment body or organisation, what authority will you have?
The individuals have to get into contact with the groups, and the leader has to say "okay" or "No, thanks"How are you going to force freelance individuals to join established groups?
Again, wait. I know that in your eyes only assosiations have any right to breathe...Again, who appointed you, or others, members of no association or organisation,
as representatives of the reenactment scene in Germany?
Yes, there are 15 organized units here in Germany, and currtently 9 are working together in terms of standards and rules. But it will take some time to get the definitive result. The Britsh assosiations weren´t finish in 3 months, too.There are members of large groups who do not recognise your position.
I am wondering that you critize the idea that the groups are respnsible for the reliability of their members. Who other should be do that? You? Or foreign associations?