Yes, but the only folks who will see that are us (or at least hopefully we will, at some point..).
The deniers will likely present their own version of who won, concentrating on the fact that Marcus Allen was invited to the BIS to present a case and therefore must have had one
.. and it may have the effect of generating a few new Patrick1000/fattydashes.. Who knows for sure.
But, to add to (or perhaps subtract from!) the topic I did a little more digging and found this BIS Apology, which I believe is genuine - it is quoted elsewhere..http://fpmail.friends-partners.org/pipermail/fpspace/2012-January/030277.html
So it was originally to be titled "Apollo Moon Landing - Fact or Fiction?"... and the statement includes the following (my emphasis):
An Apology... for the Mistaken Announcement of the 'Apollo Moon Landing - Fact or Fiction?' Lecture.
...The original intention had been to discuss the photographic evidence from the Apollo Moon Landings and rebut any hoax theories that are based on suggested anomalies in these photographs. Marcus Allen was invited to explain these anomalies, but the summary he supplied for the announcement was not what was agreed and wrongly gave the impression that he would, at the invitation of the BIS, be presenting the whole hoax theory!
This was certainly not the case and the BIS has already received an apology from Marcus Allen for the upset he has caused by, in haste, submitting the wrong brief.
The BIS does not and has never given credence to any suggestions that the Apollo Programme did not land men on the Moon or was in any sense a hoax. In order to ensure that such misleading announcements will never be made again, the BIS is reviewing its procedures and will be introducing an approval system which will require at least 3 Council Members to clear every event announcement before it goes to print or out on the website.
The BIS is now considering whether to restructure the Apollo Moon Landing lecture for the evening of 4 April or find a new subject, and speaker, altogether.
So, they don't give any credence to it.. yet it's worth an event and they still decided to go ahead with the revised version... Even weirder, they seem to blame Marcus Allen for trying to widen the scope, when it was the BIS who obviously were naming and organising the event. Good Grief.
It seems that they were pulled up very quickly on the first announcement of the 'Apollo Moon Landing - Fact or Fiction?'' event, eg see here for a lively discussion..
I'm sorry BIS, but I agree with the more vociferous of the complainants at that second link...