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 Don't Lose Wishlist, TIPS and Peoples Sites

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Posts: 547
Posted: 01/08/2004, 2:33 PM

Love the forum but I would not like to see us losing the TIPS, wishlist and Site Displays.

One of the MAIN things that attracted me to Codecharge is that they listened. The wishlist - should be retained but in a more controlled fashion - Yes tells us what they would like to do and people comment / vote on it as a priority. Proposals for new wishes go through Yes.

The site displays highlight what you can do with CCS - and some people are absoluetly amazing what they have done. It proves to newbies that CCS does deliver.

The TIPS need to be retained - mandatory- they just need to be classified.
Accepting and instigating change are life's challenges.
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Posted: 01/12/2004, 6:08 AM

I agree with Edd here completely. :)
Jeff Stuart
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Posted: 01/13/2004, 5:50 PM

Thank you for your comments.
Since this is a Forum application and we do not have much control of making it into something else, currently we can only consider adding new basic forums.
Therefore the Website may continue to function until we find time and resources to move some of those features to our own Website. The forum is the exception and will be disabled at and shortly moved here permanently.
Peter R.
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