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danzup 11th November 2012 04:29 PM

Where can I ask for deletion of one thread ? [RESOLVED]
 
Hello dear moderators ,
I am asking if you can to delete this thread :
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/analo...ml#post3237431
I think there are no more info there that are usefull for no one , and it must not be transform in flame or debate about some firmware.
Thank you very much and sorry for started that thread in 2009 .
If i was knowing where that thread was heading in future......

jan.didden 11th November 2012 05:53 PM

Any mod can do that for you, but I don't think they will delete a thread just because you don't like it anymore.
There are many people's contributions in that thread and it would be very bad to delete it all.

jan

danzup 12th November 2012 06:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jan.didden (Post 3237549)
Any mod can do that for you, but I don't think they will delete a thread just because you don't like it anymore.
There are many people's contributions in that thread and it would be very bad to delete it all.

jan

You Sir have right !
After I have slept very well last night, I say that is enough to never post there and abandon that thread .
And there are a lot of other people's contributions there = true .
Regards.

jan.didden 12th November 2012 07:26 AM

I have been here more than 10 years and the hardest thing to do is to leave a thread ;)

jan


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