In any ham radio club, the members' activity is of primary concern. If it is lowered, they might think the raison d'etre of the club is lost. They invent a various measures to keep it active such as contests, awards or on air meetings. I fully understand of this movement. If the club gets static, it won't be worth being in the ham radio world.
Nowadays, they seem to look up for each member's activity using the internet dependent tool like Reverse Beacon Network. It may enable to investigate quantitatively each member's activity in real time. It is a handy tool in fact.
However, if such investigation data directly connected with evaluation of members' activity is used to recommend any member with apparently low activity to withdraw the club, they might lose some aspect of the club qualitatively important, even more important than the activity itself. Such a member could be inactive due to his/her personal situation. Or he/she might be enthusiastic at homebrewing QRP which sends out only weak signal undetectable by skimmers etc. The quantitative aspect of member's activity is only a factor to secure the most important thing in the club. Friendship over the air through CW. If this ultimate object is forgotten in the management of the club, we would feel suffocated in the club. It could turn to be only enforcement of the activity to the members regardless of the qualitative aspect.