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Want to see something on NetStumbler.com/.org? Post your idea here! (Note - Posting does not guarantee that your idea will be implemented)

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Postby CyberSp00k » Tue Oct 25, 2005 4:15 pm

Thorn wrote:1) The Suggestions/Request Forum is for requests regarding the FORUMS.

As per the description: "Want to see something on NetStumbler.com/.org? Post your idea here! (Note - Posting does not guarantee that your idea will be implemented)"

Moved to the NetStumbler discussion Forum.
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Thorn, you've had to do this so often you must have a macro dedicated to it. Could someone adjust this forum description to read "Want to see something on the NetStumbler.com/.org forums or website?..." Perhaps making the description less ambiguous would limit the number of mispostings to those who don't read that request for changes to Netstumbler need to be sent to Mario (with suitable incentives).
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Postby Dutch » Tue Oct 25, 2005 4:26 pm

CyberSp00k wrote:Thorn, you've had to do this so often you must have a macro dedicated to it. Could someone adjust this forum description to read "Want to see something on the NetStumbler.com/.org forums or website?..." Perhaps making the description less ambiguous would limit the number of mispostings to those who don't read that request for changes to Netstumbler need to be sent to Mario (with suitable incentives).

Wouldn't help much. It's not due to any unambigousness in the description, people post those things there. It's because they either don't read the descriptions, failed Reading And Comprehension 101 class, or a combination.

Also, sending NetStumbler feature requests to Mario wouldn't help. He's to busy jumping over barrels, rescuing maidens in need, and killing Gorillas. Such request should be sent to Marius instead, if people want to have a chance for them to make it into the program.

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Postby CyberSp00k » Tue Oct 25, 2005 4:30 pm

Dutch wrote:[...snip...]
Also, sending NetStumbler feature requests to Mario wouldn't help. He's to busy jumping over barrels, rescuing maidens in need, and killing Gorillas. Such request should be sent to Marius instead, if people want to have a chance for them to make it into the program.

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Postby streaker69 » Tue Oct 25, 2005 5:47 pm

Dutch wrote:Wouldn't help much. It's not due to any unambigousness in the description, people post those things there. It's because they either don't read the descriptions, failed Reading And Comprehension 101 class, or a combination.

Also, sending NetStumbler feature requests to Mario wouldn't help. He's to busy jumping over barrels, rescuing maidens in need, and killing Gorillas. Such request should be sent to Marius instead, if people want to have a chance for them to make it into the program.

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Postby wrzwaldo » Tue Oct 25, 2005 5:48 pm

I was perusing the forum attachments a night or two ago and got a chuckle at how many Ron Jeremy images are here.
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