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[quote="cross3_16"]I'm happy to help. A few questions though: 1. Do off-topic posts have to be deleted? Can they instead be moved to another forum if they are relevant? 2. Out of the blue off-topics deserve to go, but what is your tolerance for threads that natually flow onto something else? 3. What spam protection is in place? 4. We seem to be able to use urls now. Is this how it will stay? Thanks[/quote]
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Posted: Tue Aug 21, 2007 4:28 am
Post subject: Everything's good in .......
I'm happy to help. A few questions though:
1. Do off-topic posts have to be deleted? Can they instead be moved to another forum if they are relevant?
2. Out of the blue off-topics deserve to go, but what is your tolerance for threads that natually flow onto something else?
3. What spam protection is in place?
4. We seem to be able to use urls now. Is this how it will stay?
Posted: Tue Aug 21, 2007 1:38 am
I deleted them now... Sure, I'd be happy to have some help moderating the forum (especially when I'm traveling, like it was the case in the past few days). I will, however, consider only mirror users as moderators (so that I know a bit about you as moderator can potentially make a lot of damage).
Some rules I've been following regarding the forum:
1) No censorship, even for negative comments as long as they are on-topic.
2) No third-party links unless highly relevant and not linking to a "bad neighborhood).
3) Off-topic posts get deleted.
4) Spam gets deleted.
Posted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 12:10 pm
You're right, I don't think it will help them a lot.
I actually considered subscribing to their service when I first found out about it in a google search.
Now I know better, they don't deserve support when they use tricks like that.
Anyway, there's little need for any other service when you have gixen
Posted: Tue Mar 20, 2007 1:10 pm
Thank you for letting me know. He is indeed highly professional, and he did it at a great price too.
His name is Ynze Bakker, and his company name is qs-tracon. What may surprise you even more is that he is in fact Dutch, not German
As for the gixen.de, I know about it. What can I do, I can't buy all the country domains out there, and I'm not making enough money to sue for this. On the other hand, their amount of traffic is very low while Gixen is thriving, so I suppose it doesn't work as well as they hoped for.
Posted: Tue Mar 20, 2007 12:57 pm
Post subject: superb!
Whoever did the translation - send him my congratulations for this superb work. It's so professionel I didn't even realize it was translated until I entered the forum.
By the way: did you know some is trying to 'snipe' your web adress? Enter gixen.de and you'll be redirected to a competitor's homepage.
Posted: Sat Oct 28, 2006 1:58 pm
Post subject: Gixen available in German
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