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I guess it comes down to this, there may be some things that don't get noticed or that are old or that don't offend - but more importantly is that the forum is welcoming to family members and the overall style is positive.
I like the way you think..
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If my recollection as a noob is correct, the idea of "sticky" threads isn't too obvious to noobs - who often first visit via google searches etc.,. It's hard to think of how it might be highlighted - maybe you need to hook into Facebook's or Google's data matching technology to identify noobs and cleverly use that to direct searches. It's a long shot, but maybe some low-technology solution like having a "buying a new bike" sub-forum might make things clearer.
In the meantime, those of us with the patience and/or boredom with TV and other alternatives will just have to keep politely steering noobs to the right place. Have to admit that it can be hard sometimes discerning trolls from noobs, and my patience might run out a little too soon in some cases.
I honestly can't remember what post of mine it is that commurider is referring to, but as long as it wasn't one where my fuse was too short, I'd be happy for it to be recycled.
As for members getting wound-up and/or too sensitive about things, I can understand where Chris's coming from. The forum would be pretty dull if everyone agreed completely with each other, but we don't need the other extreme of too many people arcing up and launching full-on personal attacks on others. And even one abusive post in 20 (i.e. 5%) is too much, so Chris is not setting the standard too high.
Somebody has to do something, and it's just incredibly pathetic that it has to be us -Jerry Garcia
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