I just realized that for the last Event for example quite a lot of members pressed "will attend" instead of "won't attend"
What's the point then?
répondez s'il vous plaît, means "Please respond"
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Why i bring that up? (N)etiquette, that's all:
The high society of England adopted French etiquette in the late 18th century, and the writings of Emily Post purport to offer a standard no more stringent than that tradition. Late 20th century editions building on her Protected content beginning work say, e.g., that "Anyone receiving an invitation with an R.S.V.P on it is obliged to reply....", and some recent editions describe breaching this standard as "inexcusably rude".