Well, it's been a long time coming. My most sincere apologies to all concerned :)
Please let me know what you think of the forums, I hope that they help you to find what you are looking for, and keep in touch with fellow DIY enthusiasts around the world.
Best of luck.
I think the forums are just great Jase! Well done. Keep up the good work! Power to the people!
By the way, in case any of you were wondering, your 'ranking name' changes according to how many posts you make. The more posts you make, the higher your ranking...
The first two are:
DIYaudio neophyte (1-9 posts)
DIYaudio acolyte (10 posts)
Who knows what might be after that???? ;)
Thanks for your support in here, it's been great!
I will get off my bum and fix the directory in the near future (I know, promises, promises!).
Hi there !
The forums are cool!
I wish good luck and I hope more people find out about it
I wish I had more time to work on them but my other project http://sitepoint.com is kind of taking priority at the moment ;)
post number 1 in topic number 1
10th October 2000 06:41
I once started one TOPIC about DiyAudio History
where I quoted some things from the beginning.
May be interesting to new members,
how the diyaudio.com culture was and has developed
and changed in some ways since the start.
For example, this web forum existed for a long time without systematic moderation.
I am sure I, and a few others, did contribute to make such a feature required :D
Who could resist posting in the first thread, in their favorite forum?
and for those a little older -
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