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Market Place or Equipment Forum?

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by scchang, Oct 10, 2005.

  1. scchang

    scchang Regular Member

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    Is this the market place or the equipment forum? I think it would be more appropriate to have some posts there rather than here.

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    Shouldn't this post be in the Forum Feedback?

    Just kidding Sean, just busting yer chops. :p :D
     
  3. scchang

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    No problem. I just hope people read a little bit and know their own where-about. :p. I have no problem to skip some threads but, you know, the reason why we have several discussion forums is to categorize posts. I guess Kwun would agree to stick some notice at the top of each forum....

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    SC,

    yes. there have been (and always have) threads which are started in the wrong forum. we have tried to minimize that by putting up a notice on the thread creation page as a reminder. but sooner or later, a member or two will forget and start a thread in the wrong place. the purpose of each forum is also stated in the forum front page.

    i am not sure if there is anything else we can do to avoid these misplaced threads. i don't want to be too overly annoying by putting up stricter measures, that would not be fair to the rest 99% of BC members who do spend the extra seconds to pay attention before they start a thread. meanwhile, we as mods will continue moving these threads to their correct homes as we see them. do bear with us as sometimes we do miss a thread or two.
     
  5. scchang

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    Thanks for the great work, Kwun. I admire the time and effort that you have spent on this site. It is kinda tedious to move threads here and there; my observation is just like yours: most people knows how to use this forum well. It is great...

    I think this should stop here and be moved to "feedback" since it is not that related to "market place" anyway. :p

    Again, much appreciation,
    -SC



     

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