Unanswered posts!

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lofty
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Re: Unanswered posts!

Post by lofty » Thu Apr 16, 2009 9:49 am

Speak as you find and all that.... i am impressed with the way the site seems to be run. I'm a moderator on my own RS Owners club local group web site, and its a difficult balance between welcoming new members without seeming offish or excluding them from the banter etc etc.

The initial 5 post approval thing is a good idea in my mind, and the search function works well to.

Overall, i think its a great site, without being too over moderated, friendly and the banter is good!

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Re: Unanswered posts!

Post by MicknChris » Sun May 31, 2009 2:50 pm

Only just found this thread, I've been posting on various threads here, no problems so far, as a newbie I like the was the club is managed, I have found much info useful and other members seem like a great bunch! Think I might stay! lol!

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Re: Unanswered posts!

Post by teamster1975 » Sun May 31, 2009 10:30 pm

It's a good bunch of guys n gals here Mick 8) :D
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1996 406 Executive 2.0 Turbo XU10J2TE No longer hangin' on in there :(
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Re: Unanswered posts!

Post by jasper5 » Mon Jun 01, 2009 3:22 pm

Another twist this thread..... It would be useful sometimes if after you have given advice on a particular problem, that the OP gives feedback as to whether the advice given was correct for their particular question.

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Welly
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Re: Unanswered posts!

Post by Welly » Tue Jun 02, 2009 12:15 pm

jasper5 wrote:Another twist this thread..... It would be useful sometimes if after you have given advice on a particular problem, that the OP gives feedback as to whether the advice given was correct for their particular question.
Blimey Jasper, if they did that they'd have to close this place down immediately :lol: :lol: :lol:
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