Nice work, AAW

Discussion in 'Woodturning Discussion Forum' started by pfduffy, Apr 27, 2004.

  1. pfduffy

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    This new forum looks just like the Sawmill Creek.org that is also very popular. The use of this technology makes posting and using a real pleasure. I hope you are able to encourage all the AAW members to sign up and sign in! Philip
     
  2. Jeff Jilg

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    Thanks Philip. The forum software is the same as that used by the site you mentioned. Both the forum software and the gallery software are far more popular than the existing AAW forum software. There are literally thousands of customers who have installed them. As a result they have a lot more features. We will mention the forum and photo gallery in the June AW Journal.
     
  3. Gary

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    here's my 2 cents

    Shout it out --- GOOD SHOW ;)
     
  4. mreich

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    Great job guys...

    This is a great improvement over the old forum. Takes a bit to learn all the features, but well worth the effort. Thanks for the good work.

    By the way, can non-AAW folks use this forum. And, what is a Junior member?
     
  5. Rick Prevett

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    Mike, you can't post until you register, but I don't think registration is limited to AAW members (I wasn't asked for my AAW number or anything, were you?).

    Your membership status is based on the number of posts you've made. I don't know how many posts it takes to move up from Junior, like you and I, to the next level, but Gary (above), has ten and he's still at the Junior level. Oh, and that green light next to your name? Means you're online. Blue is offline.

    rick
    /who's just trying to get his post count up :D
     
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  6. Chris Wright

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    good answers Rick

    Rick is right about all the answers. To finish the questions though, here are the user "levels" for the forum:

    Junior Member = 0-29 posts
    Member = 30-99 posts
    Senior Member = 100+ posts

    These are merely to indicate the level of activity of a member on the forums. The forums are open to anyone and everyone who registers to use it. AAW membership is not required.
     

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