I am sure the motion will be debated and amended at the AGM, and we gave each item in the motion a letter (a to h) to make this easier. I agree that the motion appears prescriptive, but that's because we want it to be measurable; we want it to be clear whether the actions have been met. The actions listed were intended to be a minimum, and I would be delighted if LCC did more.
I have attended meetings at LCC HQ, before Amy joined and possibly before Ashok joined too, at which Local Groups gave feedback about what improvements they wanted to the website, but LCC staff have many competing priorities and demands on their time and money, and sadly many requests were never fulfilled. The AGM is where our organisation sets its priorities, and we think this year we should decide that improving our website is a priority because of the role it can play in reaching a wide audience and 'activating' new members.
I am personally ambivalent about whether the improvements to the functionality of the website are delivered by improving the existing software or introducing new software.
I would encourage everyone to join the debate at the AGM, amend the motion if desired, but only vote against it if you think the existing LCC website could not be improved or that improving the LCC website does not matter.