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#1
In the list of numbers of members on line at any particular moment on the left of the Home screen, there is a category called "staff". (1 in there now)

Does this mean we are being DS'd as well as moderated? :cry:

Will there be a debrief and "Let's kick that last post around and see what other comments we may have about such a sorry piece of work"

"The DS answer is................................."

What next? Will we be required to submit our proposed 'O' Group notes prior to being permitted to post?

Just curious.
 

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#5
I see from members online that we are being DS'd again. Still no explanation of a 'bot'. Sounds quite cute so that obviously discounts our MODs! :wink:
 
#8
Maybe "bot" is a short computer geek abrevisation for Botter. In line with equal opportunities, the site may have to list all those crafty butchers who use the site.
 
#9
Auld-Yin said:
In the list of numbers of members on line at any particular moment on the left of the Home screen, there is a category called "staff". (1 in there now)

Does this mean we are being DS'd as well as moderated? :cry:

Will there be a debrief and "Let's kick that last post around and see what other comments we may have about such a sorry piece of work"

"The DS answer is................................."

What next? Will we be required to submit our proposed 'O' Group notes prior to being permitted to post?

Just curious.
So tell us, Auld-Yin, how do you think you did with your post?

:)
 
#11
I am always curious about the names that we choose for ourselves. I realise Auld Yin might be a gentleman from north of the border (and what wonderful people they are too! :)) but I must profess my ignorance about Galgenberg for example..... some, I think, I could guess at. Anyone want to volunteer why they chose their names?!

(those who know me would understand the significance of Prodigal - but for those who don't, think about coming back into the fold...)
 
#15
Prodigal said:
I am always curious about the names that we choose for ourselves. I realise Auld Yin might be a gentleman from north of the border (and what wonderful people they are too! :)) but I must profess my ignorance about Galgenberg for example..... some, I think, I could guess at. Anyone want to volunteer why they chose their names?!

(those who know me would understand the significance of Prodigal - but for those who don't, think about coming back into the fold...)
Place where I had my first experience of "hot luurve" :lol:
 

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