5 posts by 3 authors in: Forums > Off Topic / Other
Last Post: November 26, 2003   (RSS)

By (Deleted User) - November 15, 2002 - edited: November 15, 2002

While the forum has been a great resource for us to provide people with support for our software, we're really starting to get a sense of the great community out there.

Did anyone have some additional sections to the forum that you'd like us to add? Perhaps some sections on HTML or CSS? Perl Programming? Server Administration? Gardening?

We'd like to add some sections, completely unrelated to interactivetools.com to help the community share brainpower.

So, anything you'd like to see?

Re: [Fraser] Any other Forums you'd like?

By (Deleted User) - December 4, 2002

Woah woah... not all at once... :-)

Re: [Fraser] Any other Forums you'd like?


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Re: [Motozine] Any other Forums you'd like?

Wow, I just realized you can post a blank message here. A bug with your forum software?

Back on topic. I'm a PHP nut, but to be honest I'd rather visit a PHP dedicated forum to chat about PHP.

Stick with the forums you have to support your scripts and leave the other programming forums to sites dedicated to them.
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Robert Basil - CTO
Fieldsheer Motorsport Apparel
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http://www.motozine.com - (My ArtMan website)

Re: [Motozine] Any other Forums you'd like?

By osluk - November 26, 2003

As the look and feel of the products ares similar it would make sense to add sections (maybe move some of the existing threads) taht focus on search capability - not specially the product it relates to.

And while I am in full flow, some of the best bits of information are hidden in a unexpectedly worded phrase. If the answer is not specifically mentioning the problem - no one will ever find it.

Some keywords of adding of extra sections might make the information easier to find.

I also find the documentation is too lightweight and the forum sometimes very in depth. Some howto items based on existing posts could help the information get out!!
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