Friendly Reminder to all members

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  1. cereal killer

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    Since the release of the Motorola Droid this forum has experienced rapid growth in regards to the amount of registered users.

    I'd just like to ask all the members here to please remember to be considerate when you come across a member who has asked a question or posts a thread that has been asked a few times already.

    Before posting "use the search function this has been asked already" just simply ignore it or provide a link with a friendly reminder to use the search function. Most of us have been around forums long enough to know this will ALWAYS happen. Whether it's right or wrong is irrelevant. It's just part of the forum culture so to speak.

    Personally I want these forums, that you all have helped to create, to not go the way of other forums where a newbie is chastised for not using the search function. They will learn and there is no use in making them feel unwelcome or awkward because they made an obvious mistake.

    Lets remain tolerant of others and set a precedent for those that come after us.

    With that said I want to personally thank you all for making this place what it is today. This has been one of the best forum experiences for me and it's all because of you, the members.

    Thanks everyone.



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    amen......
     
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    Good on ya CK...
     
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    agreed....
     
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    Most of Us including me are always learning , and I for one am very willing to help if I can , ask away thats why were here

    and most of all yes be nice, or maybe just don't respond
     
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    +1 and agreed. well said buddy.
     
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    Epic win!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    A lot of times when I use the search bar it comes up with no results.
    Idk what im doing wrong.
     
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    stickied for a few days ;)
     
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    Try modifying your searches a bit.

    To short of a descriptive word will result in zero searches. To long of a descriptive word may bring in to many searches...then you have to sift through them all. Play around with the words,,,,hope this helps
     
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    As much fun as n00b fisting can be, I agree completely. This forum doesn't need it.
     
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    Search for it! [​IMG]

    That happens for me sometimes too. Sometimes changing words for other ones helps. Maybe we could have a temporary thread where folks can post searches that have no results. No idea if its an indexing or set up issue with the board or not but usually I do get results.
     
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    We were all noobies somewhere in our lives. Nice of CK to remind us how well we treated and would like others to feel the same. Well spoken! Mike
     
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    forum grows as the DROID takes over the world!
     
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    +1 amen!!!!!!!
     
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