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    Far too many Forums / Sections.

    Could do with being cut down to 3 / 4 Forums with a cople of sections.

    Don't need 'Windows XP SP2 on a thursday with a full moon'.

    (IMHO)

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    Re: Far too many Forums / Sections.

    so i'm not the only one who's been having XP SP2 problems every 4th Thursday either!!!

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    Re: Far too many Forums / Sections.

    @Alex which ones would you say could be combined or got rid off..

    @stewart mine is every 4th tuesday but only when morris men and women dance around may pole naked...

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    Re: Far too many Forums / Sections.

    Perhaps

    General
    Chit-Chat
    Gadgets, Geekery & Gaming
    Procurement

    Techie Stuff
    Hardware
    Software
    Networks
    Code Monkeys
    FAQs & Guides

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    Re: Far too many Forums / Sections.

    right ok any other sugestions on what people want and views etc

    Russ

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    Re: Far too many Forums / Sections.

    not a criticism btw - could just be less cluttered.

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    Re: Far too many Forums / Sections.

    no a problem alex but need everybody elses view before we do anything as some like different forums for different hardware etc etc

    only thing i have against combing too much is that the sections then forums get too crowded..

    russ

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    Re: Far too many Forums / Sections.

    The forum is laid out like that mainly due to me knocking everything together in one evening and bolting on other subjects later as and when requested. We will, I think, make it more ordered, but I want to keep subjects like Scripts and How-tos'seperate as these need to be easily found and searched.

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    Re: Far too many Forums / Sections.

    Quote Originally Posted by russdev
    no a problem alex but need everybody elses view before we do anything as some like different forums for different hardware etc etc

    only thing i have against combing too much is that the sections then forums get too crowded..

    russ
    No! Submit to my will now dammit!

    (joking ofc)

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    Re: Far too many Forums / Sections.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box
    The forum is laid out like that mainly due to me knocking everything together in one evening and bolting on other subjects later as and when requested. We will, I think, make it more ordered, but I want to keep subjects like Scripts and How-tos'seperate as these need to be easily found and searched.
    so I gathered from 'teh'

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    Re: Far too many Forums / Sections.

    Quote Originally Posted by "russdev
    @stewart mine is every 4th tuesday but only when morris men and women dance around may pole naked...

    Russ
    *shudders* Why would they dance around your na ked pole?

    Perhaps we could remove some of the non-used forums?

    But not mine because I want to start a film review and g ame review bit when the work here calms down a tad.

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    Re: Far too many Forums / Sections.

    Perhaps we should let it run for a bit longer though. Give it another month or two before we start chopping buts away. We can then see whats needed and whats notl.

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