madjack wrote:Announcing a new forum for you......Build Journals......the decision has been made to have a forum dedicated to build journals only...we often tell newbies to "follow folk's build journals" when looking for ideas and such but those journals were all over the board...now they will be in one place...it should help all to find relevant info and decrease some of the clutter in the "General Discussions" section as well as others...SOOOOOO, when you are ready to build, ask your questions in the apprpriate forum but document your build here...preferably in a single thread...over the coming weeks we will be looking for single thread builds to move over here and populate this forum...we will be asking the authors of those threads for permission to do so...Hope you enjoy AND use this forum frequently(gotta build #2,3,4,ect.)!!!!!!!!!!!!1
lrrowe wrote:Me, I personally like the side trips. I think it keeps things interesting at times, at least for me.
TeriL wrote:lrrowe wrote:Me, I personally like the side trips. I think it keeps things interesting at times, at least for me.
Minor thread drift is fine but you get 400+ pages, many with nothing more than smiley emoticons. I'm on metered internet. Waste of my limited bandwidth, screen area and load time, NOT INTERESTING for me.
azgreg wrote:lrrowe wrote:Me, I personally like the side trips. I think it keeps things interesting at times, at least for me.teril wrote:Minor thread drift is fine but you get 400+ pages, many with nothing more than smiley emoticons. I'm on metered internet. Waste of my limited bandwidth, screen area and load time, NOT INTERESTING for me.
That's why I like forums with the "like" feature. You can just click a like button instead of a thread full of thumbs up and +1 posts.
KCStudly wrote:I think one of the best features of this board is the friendships and camaraderie that comes from it, and it would seem that more people agree with this than not. So, IMO, nothing should be done to try to muzzle supportive expressions in all posts. If the OP is so self centered, or technically inclined that they don't want other people posting on "their" thread then maybe there is room for some sort of originator controlled filter or limitations, but again, that seems to be contrary to the type of culture that most people here seem to appreciate.
Just saying. Maybe the solution is to up your bandwidth, rather than drag other people down. IMO, "Likes" are less personal than even the most basic emoji post.
Just expressing a counter opinion.
extremely offensive. Look at page 188 (as an example) of the big foamie thread. Not a single reply that said anything with any content other than an emoticon or a +1 (or similar). I never said I only wanted a monologue without comments or suggestions or encouragement. You conveniently ignored my suggestion to have a parallel thread for discussion. Replies with just emoticons could be posted there. For someone looking for ideas or information, a OP only build thread would eliminate useless noise and thread drift. The big foamie thread probably could be boiled down to 20 pages or less. As an engineer, YOU should understand signal/noise ratio.OP is so self centered, or technically inclined ...
is also offensive and assuming I really have ANY real choice. Are you really telling me to move? I have satellite internet because it is the ONLY thing I can get (I keep looking) other than cell phone internet which is even MORE EXPENSIVE! What I have is expensive enough, at least 2X what people in urban areas pay but bandwidth limited! People with unlimited internet are so arrogant to assume everyone can just download all they want at blazing speed.Maybe the solution is to up your bandwidth, rather than drag other people down
G-Mac wrote:Is it appropriate to start a "build Journal", for a TD that is purchased, in order to document changes/modifications or is there a more appropriate location to put that thread?
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