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Postby Chris » 15 Aug 2007, 23:38

Eek could have replied that he personally preferred the original board style. Instead he began with:
How cliquey can we get ....


and ended with

Let's try and remain open - and (gasp! shock! horror!) friendly


I took that as a bit unfriendly and definitely critical an so replied in kind.
But keel-hauled? Publicly flogged?.....................




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Postby Trev » 16 Aug 2007, 09:11

Chris, do you think it is necessary change the main page for the board as, at present, it doesn't state that you need to log-on to view?

As you say, most 'guests' are members but just in case there's a newby?
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Postby Chris » 16 Aug 2007, 11:06

I have left the announcements forum visible Trev, which contains instructions. But I haven't made any major change since I hadn't really any intention of leaving the change in place, I was only carrying out an experiment because a couple of people were curious about the number of anonymous guests. I thought the community would be interested to see one of the variants of the board's modus operandi. Unfortunately some people dived in to make a big deal about it, apparently completely misunderstanding exactly what I had done, what the word experiment meant.

Of course if I did decide to leave it thus then I would probably want to indicate on the front page that there was more content. Although if the content is so very off-putting as your informant, and Jon Green apparently find it, then perhaps it better remains hidden?
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OK

Postby Trev » 16 Aug 2007, 17:18

Thanks for the confirmation, Chris.
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Postby Professor Eek » 18 Aug 2007, 20:18

... and hung drawn and quartered ...

To quote William Wallace:

"You can take my dignity but you'll never take my wellies!" *








* It might not have been the William Wallace who said this
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Postby James » 19 Aug 2007, 14:35

Wellies...must have been Martin Bridle!
Still haven't had my copy of the Evening Star, the delivery service is terrible!
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Postby David Wilde » 19 Aug 2007, 19:25

Oink oink,piggy wiggy!
Im above all this!!
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