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Discussion in 'Forum Feedback' started by yonexfanatic, Aug 17, 2004.

  1. yonexfanatic

    yonexfanatic Regular Member

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    I noticed that in the moderator list at the bottom of all forums, it says the moderators are Mag , Cheung , and jamesd20. I never knew jamesd20 was a moderator..is it just a mistake or was he actually given moderator privilages?
     
  2. kwun

    kwun Administrator

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  3. Cheung

    Cheung Moderator

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    "Privilege" may not be the most accurate term.
     
  4. yonexfanatic

    yonexfanatic Regular Member

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    ahhh, ic.. that was the time i wasn't really online that much so i guess i missed out on the news! i feel as if i've disrespected jamesd20 and am sorry.

    as for my use of the word "privilages"..at the time i thought jamesd20 was given these for a time extent but now i know he IS a moderator :D :eek:
     
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    Just in case you want a list, the moderators are:

    Badminton FAQ's: Cheung, Mag, Jamesd20
    Badminton Charity auction: JR, Laybourn, jmpsmash
    Olympics Athens 2004: Cheung, Mag, Jamesd20
    2004 Tournaments: Cheung, Mag, Jamesd20
    2001 - 2003, 2005 Tournaments: Cheung, Mag, Jamesd20
    General Forum: Cheung, Mag, Jamesd20
    Techniques Forum: Cheung, Mag, Jamesd20
    Professional Players: Cheung, Mag, Jamesd20
    Equipment Forum:Cheung, Mag, Jamesd20
    Places to play:Cheung, Mag, Jamesd20
    Market Place:Cheung, Mag, Jamesd20
    Introduction:Cheung, Mag, Jamesd20
    Forum Feedback:Cheung, Mag, Jamesd20
    Chit-Chat:Cheung, Mag, Jamesd20

    You never noticed that one ;)

    They all do a great job!!!!!!

    Also why do the words Blah Blah appear at the bottom of every forum?
     
  6. kwun

    kwun Administrator

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    you have sharp eyes, Dill.

    JR/TL are mods on the Charity Auction as they need to make sure that all auctions are conducted in appropriate manners.

    as for jmpsmash. that's my test account for testing new features. i was testing how to make someone a mod on just the Charity forum and forgot to remove jmpsmash after i was done. ;)

    Blah blah - am still tweaking with the forum layout. just some debugging tags i left on the forum.

    kinda tough to juggle between site improvements and following the Olympics.

    the site improvements can wait as the Olympics cannot! :)
     
  7. redkingjoe

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    To me, as a naughty member, moderating sounds like very heavy workload and hardwork. Probrabilly incldue reading all the posts and PMs: you like them or not. Make sure these guys write decently.:D

    Imagine sometimes you "moderate" a lengthy tasteless uninteresting post, something went very wrong "mixed" in the middle paragraph....

    Salute to our Great Moderators.:)
    Please accept my heartful thanks.:)
     
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    A hell lotta work is more like it :p
     
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    LOL. like reading all my posts :eek:
     
  10. redkingjoe

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    Your posts are of extremely high quality and fun to read. If I were the moderator, I wouldn't mind reading all of them, including PMs and emails.:D

    I suggest that all BF members should contribute US$1-10(according to posts per day and post deleted per month) to buy some gifts to the moderators, eg coffee beans, instant noodles, crickers, microwave quick food....so that they have more time to do moderation.

    We can pay by paypal.
     
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    X'mas present to the moderators

    To recognize the hard work of the moderators and show our appreciation to thier extrem hard work, I truly believe that we should get X'mas presents to them such as: instant noodles, instant dogfood, coffee, fastfood homedelievry coupons.....

    I have a better idea than last time on buying the present: there's a guy selling a heap lot of DVDs through the connection in BF(don't want to name here). He should take, say 1% of after tax pure profits,to represent us in buying and sending the presents to all the moderators.

    What do you guys think?
     

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