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    Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement

    Ansury Community Member

      jochemd wrote:

       

      Since despite the plethora of messages nobody is even attempting to provide any arguments or suggestions towards improving the FAQ, this thread is being locked. Since the only currently provided reason for changing the FAQ is rather pointless in light of the overal rules, I am not updating the FAQ.

       

      The problem with this is that you're assuming that nobody new is going to come along with a question or addition that will put the thread back on topic--it happens all the time.  So if someone comes along, sees the original post, and wants to comment--now they have to create a new thread like this. Why waste the time locking the thread?

       

      Ramón G Castañeda wrote:

       

      The Forum etiquette and best practices page contains something I had not noticed before.  It may have been added recently.

       

      Don't:

      • Personally attack people, their edits (including spelling or grammar)…

       

      Actually I strongly agree with this rule (change?)*.

      *(It was there last time I looked and it seems to me that it's a typical forum rule.)

      I've been the witness and target of personal attacks here for awhile now, so yes it does need to stop, and moderators should be removing this type of offensive comment.  But mods need to have the sense to detect good-natured joking around vs. an actual personal attack.

       

      Really though, inappropriate behavior like this shouldn't be that difficult to most people with some common sense.

      It's not that hard:

       

      • Questioning someone's intelligence? Unacceptable
      • Questioning someone's educational background? Unacceptable
      • Correcting someone's spelling, politely without implying that they're an idiot (a personal attack)? OK
      • Correcting someone's grammar, politely without implying that they're an idiot (a personal attack)? OK
      • Correcting someone's spelling or grammar in a rude, inappropriate, or condescending manner? Unacceptable
      • Criticizing person B for politely correcting (editing) person A's grammar or spelling? Unacceptable - according to the Adobe rule specified above

       

      It doesn't say you can't correct someone's spelling or grammar, it seems to say not to attack people for (politely, obviously) correcting another's mistake.  I think.    It could use a little clarification, the "..." at the end hints that it's incomplete--but the rule itself is needed IMO.

        • 1. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
          John Joslin Community Member

          I can see what Ansury is getting at, but surely the need for going into such details makes the whole thing a farce. The FAQ would never be read – it's obvious nobody reads them anyway though, so it's all academic.


          It would be great if there were just a big sign at the top saying "Be nice to each other!"


          ... and we were. 

          • 2. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
            Jochem van Dieten CommunityMVP

            Ansury wrote:

            The problem with this is that you're assuming that nobody new is going to come along with a question or addition that will put the thread back on topic--it happens all the time.  So if someone comes along, sees the original post, and wants to comment--now they have to create a new thread like this. Why waste the time locking the thread?

            I have seen plenty of evidence that people are more then capable of creating threads With the diversity of people providing off topic input a lock was the best I could do. What I really wanted to do was put a chill-lock on the thread: a lock, some message and a counter counting down for 6 hours until the thread is re-opened. But this software isn't really abundant in moderation features.

             

            I've been the witness and target of personal attacks here for awhile now, so yes it does need to stop, and moderators should be removing this type of offensive comment.  But mods need to have the sense to detect good-natured joking around vs. an actual personal attack.

            And there lies the problem. What to one may be a good-natured joke (because some spelling / grammar errors are funny), to somebody else is a personal attack (becuase they studied very hard and long to learn a foreign language). Add to that that moderators need to make a judgement call on whether the comment will escalate or not, and a moderator has a hard decision to make. It is why I typically refrain from spelling corrections completely, except where pertinent to the problem (for example somebody writing IF (...) THAN ... ELSE ... ENDIF; in FormCalc).

            • 3. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
              Ansury Community Member

              jochemd wrote:

               

              I have seen plenty of evidence that people are more then capable of creating threads With the diversity of people providing off topic input a lock was the best I could do. What I really wanted to do was put a chill-lock on the thread: a lock, some message and a counter counting down for 6 hours until the thread is re-opened. But this software isn't really abundant in moderation features.

               

              And there lies the problem. What to one may be a good-natured joke (because some spelling / grammar errors are funny), to somebody else is a personal attack (becuase they studied very hard and long to learn a foreign language). Add to that that moderators need to make a judgement call on whether the comment will escalate or not, and a moderator has a hard decision to make. It is why I typically refrain from spelling corrections completely, except where pertinent to the problem (for example somebody writing IF (...) THAN ... ELSE ... ENDIF; in FormCalc).

               

              To 1st paragraph (thanks Jive for making it sooo easy to break up quotes for a response):

               

              It's not a temp lock, but there's another simple alternative that I've seen used many times in dozens of other web forums: post a warning that the thread may be locked if it continues to trail off into pointlessness.*  If people really want the thread to stay open, they'll get back on topic.

               

              *(To me this means posting random cat pictures, general goofing off, or other 'lounge' type activities. This doesn't include a topic change to an off topic but still productive conversation, as long as the thread creator is okay with it. IMO--leave it up to the original poster to self-police highjack conversations. The point of the forum is to be of service the user/customer, not to make sure they obey all the rules 100% of the time.)

               

              To 2nd paragraph: I understand there's exceptions and that it's a subjective thing, but 99% of the time it's usually pretty obvious whether something is inappropriate.  I guess to some degree you have to understand the mood and atmosphere of the forum's users, which can vary, but IMO as a rule it's best to default to the minimum possible moderation and censorship.

               

              In this forum--there is goofing off.  Too much at times.   But it's going to happen, and after awhile it'll probably seem like too much work to be worth it.  I can understand not having 5 threads on the first page dedicated to completely off topic sea kitten posts or "this place is jived up" complaints (assuming there isn't some specific problem being reported), but I hope this is not going to turn into a police state forum.  Especially considering that honestly, there doesn't seem to be many new "forum comments" left to make, all there really remains is our frustration and a need to make sure Adobe doesn't start to think we've gotten used to this crap forum software.

               

              I don't know for sure if you (jochem) agree with all this (been inactive the last few days or week) and I'm not targeting this at anyone so... I'm just sayin'.

               

              Geez, too verbose. Basically-- a lazy (but not completely inactive) mod is best!

              • 4. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                dave milbut Community Member
                all there really remains is our frustration and a need to make sure Adobe doesn't start to think we've gotten used to this crap forum software.

                agreed.

                • 5. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                  Kath-H Community Member

                  It's OK, it's working. People don't like a police state so they say, basically 'fine, sort it out for yourselves. Or not' - and shut up.


                  So obviously there are no complaints, so everyone is happy. Jochem is congratulated for sorting out the forum, smiles all round.


                  I love Big Brother ... I love Big Brother ...

                  • 6. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                    Community Member

                    Kath-H wrote:

                     

                    I love Big Brother ... I love Big Brother ...

                    Well I don't and will continue to voice my opinion against it.

                     

                    What ever happened to common sense? Jochem claim to have been around since 2001 but acts like he joined yesterday.

                    • 7. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                      David_Powers CommunityMVP

                      Ansury wrote:


                      considering that honestly, there doesn't seem to be many new "forum comments" left to make,

                      Perhaps there's the answer to the complaint that there hasn't been any feedback from Adobe since May. Nothing new is being said.

                      all there really remains is our frustration and a need to make sure Adobe doesn't start to think we've gotten used to this crap forum software.

                      I'm sure Adobe knows there's a group of unhappy forum users. It also sees a great deal of activity the product forums every day. If complaints were coming from new users, it might take more notice. But I've seen no evidence from newcomers that they're unhappy with the system.

                      • 8. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                        Ansury Community Member
                        all that really remains is our frustration and a need to make sure Adobe doesn't start to think we've gotten used to this crap forum software.

                         

                         

                        Of course the most-quoted part of the post had to be the sentence with the grammatical error in it...

                        (And for the record I would not have been offended had someone politely pointed it out for me..)

                         

                        David_Powers wrote:

                         

                        I'm sure Adobe knows there's a group of unhappy forum users.

                         

                        But if this forum didn't exist, with all it's complaints and outrageous accusations, would they still know this... or would they have forgotten by now?

                        • 9. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                          Captiv8r CommunityMVP

                          Hi all

                           

                          In addition to what David offered, I'd even go so far as to speculate that to a large degree, Adobe's hands may simply be tied. Just as ours are with the products we deal with.

                           

                          Think about it for a moment. If we discover a bug or a behavior change in Dreamweaver, Captivate, RoboHelp or (insert your favorite product here), we report it to Adobe for sure. But we also know that depending on the number of folks reporting, we aren't very likely to see any real changes come along until they issue either a service release or a new version of the software.

                           

                          I'm saying that Adobe is likely in the same position with the forums software, since they are customers and not the software developers. So the frustration everyone expresses here is likely mirrored by Adobe. But screaming and gnashing teeth at Jive isn't likely to help the process along.

                           

                          Cheers... Rick

                          • 10. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                            Ansury Community Member

                            I think we mostly realize that, but can't they at least... talk about future plans for a replacement down the road, even if it's a year or two from now? That might at least satisfy those of us who completely hate this rubbish, for a year or so..

                             

                            An apology from Adobe management for their major error would be a nice gesture, too. heh

                            • 11. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                              David_Powers CommunityMVP

                              Ansury wrote:

                               

                              But if this forum didn't exist, with all it's complaints and outrageous accusations, would they still know this... or would they have forgotten by now?

                              Yes, they would know. The same software is being used internally by some Adobe departments. They're fully aware of the problems. I think internal pressure is far more likely to bring change than constant griping by outsiders. But Adobe is a big organization. I doubt if change will happen quickly. It's like turning a supertanker around.

                              • 12. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                John Joslin Community Member

                                It's like turning a supertanker around.

                                 

                                More like watching it sink!

                                • 13. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                  Jochem van Dieten CommunityMVP

                                  Ansury wrote:

                                  I can understand not having 5 threads on the first page dedicated to completely off topic sea kitten posts or "this place is jived up" complaints (assuming there isn't some specific problem being reported), but I hope this is not going to turn into a police state forum. 

                                  I want to make sure people feel welcome to ask questions about these forums and won't regret it when they do. I don't think it is necessary to turn this forum into a police state forum to do so. I am actually pretty happy with the way that is turning out so far. Just look at the last 5 threads started with a question about these forums and compare them with similar issues from 2 weeks ago.

                                  • 14. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                    Community Member

                                    But we are still not getting any real answers about the forums just a bunch of police state mods trying to shut up a bunch of complaining customers. None of us is any wiser as to Adobe's plans on getting this pathetic excuse for a forum fixed or better yet replaced. neither you or any of the other experts or mods know what Adobe is planning and the longer this goes on the good people will be lost.

                                     

                                    I'm coming in less and less I've been around since about 1999/2000 the last fiasco forum change lost over 30,000 of my posts and changed my starting date to 2006, so I do know what I'm talking about. Most of my posts were made in the product forums not the lounge. The fact that this forum has lost so many good people and will lose many more before its over is not good.

                                     

                                    So until we hear from someone that is credible and we believe (JC), and that does not include the latest crop of mods, I don't think the regulars attitudes are going to change much. Like I said before we are doing this because we care, but this is getting so bad I'm caring less and less because I have the impression that Adobe does not care. I don't think I'm the only one who feels this way.

                                    • 15. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                      John Joslin Community Member

                                      Buko. wrote:

                                       

                                      I have the impression that Adobe does not care.

                                       

                                      I think they do care, but about statistics. If half a dozen valuable posters leave and 10 newbies sign, on that's a positive result to the suits.

                                      • 16. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                        Jochem van Dieten CommunityMVP

                                        Buko. wrote:

                                        neither you or any of the other experts or mods know what Adobe is planning

                                        How could we when Adobe doesn't know?

                                         

                                        You have forgotten the 0th rule of enterprise bureaucracy: doing nothing is the slution for everything.

                                        • 17. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                          Jochem van Dieten CommunityMVP

                                          John Joslin wrote:

                                          I think they do care, but about statistics. If half a dozen valuable posters leave and 10 newbies sign, on that's a positive result to the suits.

                                          I don't keep statistics on users, but the quantity of posts has increased since the migration to the new forum.

                                          • 18. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                            Captiv8r CommunityMVP

                                            Hi there

                                             

                                            John makes a valid point. And if Adobe sees valuable posters leave that also leave kicking and screaming with nothing but things like "your forums suck cheese" and ten new users arrive that say nothing and don't voice complaints, they are probably wondering how bad the forums can really be after all. They may figure if the forums were really that bad, they would be hearing complaints from all channels of the spectrum. Not just a specific area.

                                             

                                            Just thinking out loud... Rick

                                            • 19. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                              John Joslin Community Member

                                              jochemd wrote:


                                              I don't keep statistics on users, but the quantity of posts has increased since the migration to the new forum.

                                               

                                              You don't wear a suit by any chance do you?   

                                              • 20. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                Captiv8r CommunityMVP

                                                Hey John

                                                 

                                                I know my view of the forums is miniscule when compared to the overall view. But I have to say that for the two I monitor, we didn't seem to lose any of the experienced folks. And they seem just as active as they always have.

                                                 

                                                Again, my view may be a bit distorted.

                                                 

                                                Cheers... Rick

                                                • 21. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                  Jochem van Dieten CommunityMVP

                                                  I needed to test my AIR client for these forums and the simplest way to do so was  to download every single message available on these forums. So I now have a database with about 2 million messages. So don't get your hopes up on Adobe considering the move to these forums a failure.

                                                  • 22. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                    John Joslin Community Member

                                                    Captiv8r wrote:

                                                     

                                                     

                                                    I know my view of the forums is miniscule when compared to the overall view. But I have to say that for the two I monitor, we didn't seem to lose any of the experienced folks. And they seem just as active as they always have.

                                                     

                                                    Again, my view may be a bit distorted.

                                                     

                                                     

                                                    The losses I am talking about are mainly from the Photoshop and Photography forums, where people have gone who didn't get their wisdom from reading a book or passing a test.


                                                    Like you I only frequent a relatively few forums. It used to be more but it's too damned slow getting around these days. And I am not talking about Sciatica!

                                                    • 23. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                      John Joslin Community Member

                                                      2 million messages

                                                      I bet 1.9 million were complaining about poor customer support!  

                                                      • 24. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                        Community Member

                                                        jochemd wrote:

                                                         

                                                        John Joslin wrote:

                                                        I think they do care, but about statistics. If half a dozen valuable posters leave and 10 newbies sign, on that's a positive result to the suits.

                                                        I don't keep statistics on users, but the quantity of posts has increased since the migration to the new forum.

                                                        So more people need help. All the nubies in the world signing up for the forum isn't going to solve the problems or answer the questions of all the other nubies. So you have a forum comprised of the blind leading the blind. That's helpful!

                                                        • 25. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                          Ansury Community Member

                                                          Captiv8r wrote:

                                                           

                                                          I know my view of the forums is miniscule when compared to the overall view. But I have to say that for the two I monitor, we didn't seem to lose any of the experienced folks. And they seem just as active as they always have.

                                                           

                                                           

                                                          Cheers... Rick

                                                           

                                                          The Flex forum I monitor (or used to, now it's just a rare visit) definitely lost many extremely active and experienced contributors. And unlike many, they didn't seem to complain at all--they just flat out vanished and probably moved somewhere else. In this case they're lucky because it's a hot enough product that new people are always coming along, so the activity is still there, but... it still sucks.

                                                           

                                                          I also suspect that any 'increased activity' is partly a result of this new "ranking/scoring" jiveware mindset from crummy software that encourages mickey mouse users to stick around and post more often.

                                                          • 26. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                            Ildhund Community Member

                                                            I now have a database with about 2 million messages.

                                                             

                                                            A little diversion for you when you've nothing better to do. At http://www.adobe.com/communities/experts/all.html is a list of all (most?) of the ACEs showing their area of expertise. Try comparing numbers of postings by these people in their specialist forums from 1 May to 31 July in 2008 and 2009. I know that that wouldn't be any more than an indication, but my own cursory investigation shows that, of the 18 Indesign experts, only three have been active (= more than a handful of posts) in the past three months. They do a splendid job, backed up by half-a-dozen others who richly deserve ACE status, but much of the expertise that was there last year is lost to users of these forums. I put it down to the loss of NNTP support.

                                                             

                                                            Noel

                                                            • 27. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                              Ansury Community Member

                                                              John Joslin wrote:

                                                               

                                                              It's like turning a supertanker around.

                                                               

                                                              More like watching it sink!

                                                              http://milbut.org/smilies/roflol.gif

                                                               

                                                              You know what though--yeah large companies are slower at getting stuff done, but they can't be that slow.  It's not like Adobe is a government agency--now that's slow!  Why should it take 1-2 years (as it seems will be the case) to get software like this fixed and/or replaced? 

                                                               

                                                              If management wants something to happen fast, it'll happen fast.  They just don't care enough about their user community to make it a priority.  (I guess I'm role playing Captain Obvious today.)

                                                              • 28. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                                Captiv8r CommunityMVP

                                                                Hi there

                                                                 

                                                                When you refer to ACE do you mean Adobe Certified Expert or Adobe Community Expert?

                                                                 

                                                                I would think that if I were Adobe and anyone with Adobe Community Expert designation decided to depart, I would be scrutinizing whether that status should be revoked or not.

                                                                 

                                                                After all, a community expert should be working to foster community as well as being an expert in their domain, no?

                                                                 

                                                                Cheers... Rick

                                                                • 29. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                                  Ansury Community Member

                                                                  Yes, that's an interesting idea.  It would be quite interesting because Adobe's website says:

                                                                   

                                                                   

                                                                  All Adobe Community Experts are expected to exemplify the program fundamentals of product proficiency, enthusiasm, and professionalism towards Adobe and our customer base. In addition, Adobe Community Experts agree to be active contributors to the Adobe world-wide community by:

                                                                  • Engaging in peer to peer support in the Adobe forums
                                                                  • Posting information and technical support in their favorite online community
                                                                  • Writing articles for professional publications
                                                                  • Presenting Adobe product presentations at conferences and user groups

                                                                   

                                                                   

                                                                  Note the bolded lines above.  I was actually browsing the list a day or two ago, and I recognized approximately 0 of the ACEs from my former-regular product forum...

                                                                  • 30. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                                    Ildhund Community Member

                                                                    I would think that if I were Adobe and anyone with Adobe Community Expert designation decided to depart, I would be scrutinizing whether that status should be revoked or not.

                                                                     

                                                                    ACEs (Community types, that is) get their wings in different ways; David Blatner, for example, certainly deserves the accolade for indesignsecrets.com, even though he rarely shows up in the forums. The ones I'm interested in are those who used to post but don't any longer. They've presumably moved on to fresh pastures to continue helping people - but it's still a loss to the Adobe forums. It would be so much better for everybody - Adobe included - if the expertise were concentrated.

                                                                     

                                                                    Noel

                                                                    • 31. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                                      Ansury Community Member

                                                                      But according to Adobe's description, ACEs "agree to be active contributors" and to do the four things mentioned above.  Perhaps if Adobe enforced this agreement a little more, it might motivate a number of them to return/become active here.

                                                                       

                                                                      Of course, they'd have to deal with Jiveware...

                                                                      • 32. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                                        dec9 Community Member

                                                                        The new people may not complain because they see how the forum software works and thus call it normal. Once something is deemed normal over a period of time it turns into a standard. But the standard is not normal because the bar was lowered without the new people fully knowing what it was like in the past. The result of sloppy standards is pure slop. I know the issue is between Adobe and Jive. But if people know there are problems and no longer complain the powers to be will assume everything is perfect thus no need for change.

                                                                         

                                                                        The lobbing of nukes between posters and Mods have pretty much abated. Seems more of a uneasy calm. Some problems have been solved and the air has been cleared of the fog of what is expected between groups. Communication is a good thing no matter how much it may hurt.

                                                                        • 33. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                                          dave milbut Community Member
                                                                          You have forgotten the 0th rule of enterprise bureaucracy: doing nothing is the slution for everything.

                                                                          unless they're running VB. then it's the 1st rule...

                                                                          • 34. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                                            Ansury Community Member

                                                                            dec9 wrote:

                                                                             

                                                                            The new people may not complain because they see how the forum software works and thus call it normal. Once something is deemed normal over a period of time it turns into a standard. But the standard is not normal because the bar was lowered without the new people fully knowing what it was like in the past.

                                                                             

                                                                            Funny how this brings to mind many parallels in the software development realm...

                                                                            • 35. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                                              Community Member

                                                                              dec9 wrote:

                                                                               

                                                                              The lobbing of nukes between posters and Mods have pretty much abated. Seems more of a uneasy calm.

                                                                              That does not mean they all have my respect yet.

                                                                              • 36. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                                                dec9 Community Member

                                                                                Hence uneasy calm.

                                                                                Buko. wrote:

                                                                                 

                                                                                dec9 wrote:

                                                                                 

                                                                                The lobbing of nukes between posters and Mods have pretty much abated. Seems more of a uneasy calm.

                                                                                That does not mean they all have my respect yet.

                                                                                • 37. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                                                  Ansury Community Member

                                                                                  That's boring... let's get some flame wars going!

                                                                                   

                                                                                  Actually, I'm expecting a lock on this thread any time now (hopefully I'm wrong).  What harm it's causing to the forum's designated function, I have no idea, so I certainly wouldn't see the point of it..

                                                                                   

                                                                                  You know, I think that's a good rule-of-thumb-- if off topic posts aren't disrupting the forum's function by sheer volume of lunacy (pushing relevant topics far down the page, and so on), what's the harm?  "Laissez-faire" style moderation is best.  IMO all we need mods for is to ensure relevant conversation can take place, and to prevent personal attacks or other incredibly stupid behavior.

                                                                                  • 38. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                                                    David_Powers CommunityMVP

                                                                                    Ansury wrote:

                                                                                     

                                                                                    if off topic posts aren't disrupting the forum's function by sheer volume of lunacy (pushing relevant topics far down the page, and so on), what's the harm?

                                                                                    In general terms, I would agree. However, there has been a lot of lunacy, and the good points that some people have made here have been drowned out. The harm is that you're in danger of being listened to no more.

                                                                                    IMO all we need mods for is to ensure relevant conversation can take place, and to prevent personal attacks or other incredibly stupid behavior.

                                                                                    The vast majority of abuse reports come from this forum and the lounges.

                                                                                    • 39. Re: Forum etiquette FAQ + Moderator Enforcement
                                                                                      Ansury Community Member

                                                                                      Oh I don't disagree that there has been a lot of lunacy here at times, and if it'd genuinely drowning out relevant topics, as I'm sure it has at times-- start sending out warnings to cool it down and start locking posts (if really needed).

                                                                                       

                                                                                      But at the moment (the last few weeks maybe even), this forum is slow enough that I just don't see a problem.

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