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Old 24th January 2002, 05:50 AM   #11
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Jason, do you have any prefered formats? I use adobe photoshop so I can convert to any format that you want.
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Old 24th January 2002, 05:56 AM   #12
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I work the technical side of the web for a living so any format under the sun is fine by me, whatever has decent lossless compression. I use Paint Shop Pro in preference to Photoshop, but a layered PSD or PSP file is AOK.
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Old 24th January 2002, 06:01 AM   #13
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give me a couple days and i will have 5 or so designs for you.
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Old 24th January 2002, 01:42 PM   #14
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You will just have to put up with my inane humour for the next day or so till I get it out of my system. I am accept that I am in denial that my attempts at humour make the odd person laugh.
Don't ever change, buddy.
And I figure if someone doesn't like summer camps they can always go jump in the lake.
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Old 24th January 2002, 02:49 PM   #15
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Yeah i dont mind the humour ... gotta get our kicks somehow.... keep it up
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Old 24th January 2002, 03:51 PM   #16
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you could offer up some webspace for individuals to post their respective DIY projects for those who can afford the effort.



































good but dangerous idea. Pix URLs posted should do fine. Methinks, anyone feeling the inner urge to upload pixes from DIY projects (be it triggered by crusading mentality :-), urge to teach, pride of the own success and seeking acknowledgement for it, what ever, and I feel guilty in advance for any of those items) shoulf also provide webspace for it. Have you any idea how this pix posting can get out of control?? I have over 30 MB of pixes on my own webspace becuase I dunno which to keep and uploading is such a pain.





































Methinks, we should not burden Jason with having to provide THAT extent of webspace.




































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you could incorperate a chat function into the site, a real-time help almost, when ever i am on i see that audiofreak, super are on, and i know that they can help with any of my problems, it would be much easier and faster if a simple chat code could be put into place.



































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a review forum?




































maybe for DIY kits? newbie guide which kit to choose? good idea!




































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a music forum? we must remember the reason we are all here.




































Great! Gorgeous idea! HowlHowl, that's why we are here! AFAIC, this forum would not be a ghost town!




And there would another forum I would like to see (although I'm afraid I will not get much response on that): a forum dedicated to turntables and tonearms.





















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Once a member hits 200 posts, they should attain their own profile section, describing projects, kit, musical taste, etc, it would only take a few hundred kilobytes per member, and would allow new members to decern who is trying to achieve similar goals to them, and see what kit gets their job done, a 2watt A class amp is useless for someone into limp bizkit and linkin park, u know where im heading.

















Objection: anyone or noone !




And limited pix space, please. I vote for "anyone"; I for instance would be terribly interested to see AllenWright's, hifidaddy's, SemperFi's, AKSA's, Guido Tent's, ultranalog's, Paul Butterfield's profile, to learn about their audio philosophy, preferred music, professional occupation etc. I went across them on the web and although none of them posted much here, their competence AFA their center of knowledge is concerned is out of question to an extent that some of the Elders could learn from them, IMO .
Some of them are sleeper/lurkerson this forum and the profile could help to get them awake

I in any case would fill my profile as such profiles make it easier to find fellow minds and common interests.





































BTW, I have observed this feature on another forum; few members took the effort to use it, which I regretted as I looked into the profile to learn more about a poster...





































Another BTW, if this is too hard to implement, anyone of us can have his own webpage nowadays and anyone having his website announced in his profile has a button on bottom of any of his posts so that access to the posters own website is immediate. Gorgeous feature.
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Old 24th January 2002, 03:55 PM   #17
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The moment this stops being fun, everyone should quit - life is too short. Many have so much passion about this that we can be too serious - and a quick injection of humor, even bad, can remind us that this is our hobby, not brain surgery.

And I am pumped about the Wikki. Guess I will have to pound out some messages so I can reach that respected level. While I have no allusions that I might be qualifed to teach, I did volunteer to help keep it organized. One of the first areas of building the Wikki should a "style" area to help the contributers decide how to make it happen.
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