Topic drift

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Topic drift

Post by wadoka »


the last thing I want to do is to be moderating and managing the forums threads. Most have day jobs and everyone should have better things to do that this anyway, like training!

So, if I feel that a thread is gone off course and that the direction it has gone is worthy of another thread, I will make that suggestion.

This is also for the benefit of the forum and users, because we don't want good discussions that has emerged on a topic to be buried deep down in another totally unrelated. It just makes life hard to follow.

Please try to keep onto the original topic whilst allowing for flexing but if things seem to be going down another route, then think twice before posting and ask whether people want to start a new thread.

Thank you for your cooperation.
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