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Old 6th Dec 2005, 18:41   #21
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Old 6th Dec 2005, 20:26   #22
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under 18s are banned from the real Palimp.
I think I'd have something to say about that...

Or not, as I wouldn't be here. Dammit! Foiled again!
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Old 6th Dec 2005, 20:38   #23
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Except you then!
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No, it's ok! I'll bugger off with all the other teenagers! All, er, two of us will have a great time talking in txtspk and other... teen stuff. Oh god, I'm old.
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ok, i just read through 3 pages of you guys talking, but anyway. if you could create some sub forum (such as teens.palimpsest.org.uk) for teens, and i would be ok with running it.(whoever said this you are correct, i have experience with websites).
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Old 11th Dec 2005, 0:46   #26
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ok, i just read through 3 pages of you guys talking, but anyway. if you could create some sub forum (such as teens.palimpsest.org.uk) for teens, and i would be ok with running it.(whoever said this you are correct, i have experience with websites).
After just reading the three pages myself I saw it as being a no because books are books are books. That, and we wouldn't want to have to relegate Jennifer to a Teens forum.
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Old 12th Dec 2005, 11:37   #27
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Yes, hermione. The consensus is that teen reads should be dealt with on the main board, as with all other books.
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Not really a suggestion, as such, but a bit of notice that vBulletin 3.7 is almost upon us and it is full - and I mean full - of excellent new modifications. Check out some of them here.
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I'm sorry, it all looks a bit bleurghh to me, other than the anti-spam. All that tagging and social networking and profiling, it's Facebook fever. The recaptcha sign-up is a good thing, and I added that to my Mythaxis forum last month, but other than that, 3.6.4 looks good to me.
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I think the sign-up thing is the best thing on offer there, as there are at least 20-30 spam sign-ups each day to delete.
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