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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 11-17-2013, 07:38 AM Thread Starter
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Thumbs down what is wrong with this website ?

when i created a topic everything is cool but when i just edited it, its become a empty
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Juozas....

The spam filters used by this site are interrupting the posting of your posts. This is NOT unusual for new members to experience. Once you have 10 posts, you shouldn't experience any problems posting. I have approved your previous posts. They are now available for public viewing...

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ok i got it. ty.
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One thing that is wrong with this web site is that it Pertains to wood routers, and none of my routers have firmware

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Filling out your profile to include (first name,tools and short bio is strictly (optional )but does help members to better relate to each other.
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One thing that is wrong with this web site is that it Pertains to wood routers, and none of my routers have firmware
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So that statement saws "you" don't personally do CNC routing right? (Just joking.)

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I guess I lied I have carvewright forgot, I use it to enhance some projects not a big user of it

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I truly appreciate all of the wonderful information and knowledge I have gathered from Router Forum. However, that being said, I find it extremely irritating to read a thread and find that 3/4 of the comments are redundant input complementing the person submitting the question or the response. Why do we have to see 20 or 30 response saying "Thank You" or "Job Well Done" we all appreciate positive feedback, but could we somehow cut down these redundant posts, which make me page through multiple responses to get to the next significant post on the subject. Maybe we need some more specific guidelines on this subject for the moderators, who do an excellent job but may need more guidance on what is passed on the members. I am not looking for volume, I am looking for valuable and concise information or solution to problems and feedback on techniques and information. Let's try to get rid of these excessive postings.
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I truly appreciate all of the wonderful information and knowledge I have gathered from Router Forum. However, that being said, I find it extremely irritating to read a thread and find that 3/4 of the comments are redundant input complementing the person submitting the question or the response. Why do we have to see 20 or 30 response saying "Thank You" or "Job Well Done" we all appreciate positive feedback, but could we somehow cut down these redundant posts, which make me page through multiple responses to get to the next significant post on the subject. Maybe we need some more specific guidelines on this subject for the moderators, who do an excellent job but may need more guidance on what is passed on the members. I am not looking for volume, I am looking for valuable and concise information or solution to problems and feedback on techniques and information. Let's try to get rid of these excessive postings.
John, once YOU start posting projects that YOU have made, I'm sure that YOU will appreciate feedback, both positive and negative. In the meantime if it's routing that you want to become proficient at then may I suggest that you click on "Guide bushings and templates" on the home page, at the top you will see a number of stickies, among which are parts 1 to 5 of my series "Routing for beginners". Learn what is contained within the series and you will be well on your way to earn the title of ROUTOLOGIST.

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John, once YOU start posting projects that YOU have made, I'm sure that YOU will appreciate feedback, both positive and negative. In the meantime if it's routing that you want to become proficient at then may I suggest that you click on "Guide bushings and templates" on the home page, at the top you will see a number of stickies, among which are parts 1 to 5 of my series "Routing for beginners". Learn what is contained within the series and you will be well on your way to earn the title of ROUTOLOGIST.
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I appreciate that we all enjoy someone doing an particularly nice project, and if that is the nature of the posting, word of appreciation are in order. However, my point was that it makes the reading of threads to obtain new techniques or ideas, much more difficult to find. You might want to consider a technique like the one used on facebook, where readers can give a project and thumbs up or down effectively giving positive feedback and even giving it a numerical ratings. Then when i went to read a thread, i could see at the beginning how many thumbs up it had. Extending that idea you could give a series of stars like they do on Amazon to reflect how helpful or valuable the information was. That way you could have a rating of both quality of craftsmanship as well as a rating as to how helpful a posting was to other members. I sometimes follow threads based on the innovation and quality of the craftsmanship while other times I could see based on stars or hammers or other symbol as to how helpful the thread was in learning new information. I hope that this thread is perceived as a possible way to make the router forum even more helpful to our community and not as a criticism, since I find these forums extremely helpful and routinely read this forum every morning in order to glean new ideas and gain an appreciation of the great craftsmanship many of the member demonstrate. Thank to all of the moderators who do such an excellent job of keep the quality of this site up. As a NEWBIE I find Router Forum and Sawmill Creek invaluable tools and I continue to be amazed at the innovative ideas and amazing skills shown by the members.
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What I don't get here is that more questions and answers are posted in introductions than in the proper thread/categories and the staff here don't move them and or comment on posting in the proper place for that particular question..it makes it very hard for members to find answers on specific topics if looking in a specific category where it belongs..not in introductions..introductions is self explanatory..not a place for a question and answer..plus they go so far off topic, what most call thread hijacking?? etc..Don't get me wrong..this is a great forum,,but must say not very well organized,,or user friendly...isn't the point of mods and staff to keep the forum fluid etc..and guide members to the proper place to post etc..just an opinion..

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