General Chat Thread, What a Forum in General; Here we are 0600 hours on a Saturday morning yet the Edugeek Forum has close on 900 people viewing it. ...
13th April 2013, 06:06 AM #1
What a Forum
Here we are 0600 hours on a Saturday morning yet the Edugeek Forum has close on 900 people viewing it. Near enough 800 guests and the rest being registered users. Quite a testament to what a fabulously useful and trusted resource Edugeek is. Thanks for founding it you Edugeek pioneers.
10 Thanks to speckytecky:
Dos_Box (13th April 2013), elsiegee40 (13th April 2013), GrumbleDook (14th April 2013), hawc (13th April 2013), john (15th April 2013), michael2k6 (14th April 2013), naysweb (13th April 2013), Steven_Cleaver (13th April 2013), synaesthesia (14th April 2013), ZeroHour (13th April 2013)
13th April 2013, 03:14 PM #2
Amen! (This is just so I can have over 6 characters!)
Thanks to hawc from:
ZeroHour (13th April 2013)
13th April 2013, 06:03 PM #3
It does make it 'awkward' when Shaun has to boot 1100 users off at 2am when he wants to do a minor patch or upgrade though
Seriously though, the amount of global visits we now receive ensure that no matter what time of day it is the forums are always busy, and strangely reassuring that no matter what time of day or night it is there is always someone you know on the site!
13th April 2013, 07:55 PM #4
I echo the sentiment regarding someone I know being around 24/7. As a loan tech having someone on call when I've had to burn the midnight oil is reassuring and very useful. It can be hard to get your thoughts in order late at night when things aren't going right and edugeek is always there... fortunately ZH hasn't pulled the plug on me yet at times when I've been in crisis mode!
Originally Posted by Dos_Box
14th April 2013, 10:00 AM #5
^ What she said....
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