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Wayne Steven

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Forum suggestion: "Improvements suggestions" subforums,

PostThu Apr 30, 2020 5:21 pm

There needs to be an "Improvements suggestions (Suggestions, features and example apps) that can be added), for each sub forum category, and ones where we can restrict posting from those who want to argue 24/7 with thread starters (or for any reason they want to afflict others. Which only a handful of people want to do). Basically everybody that wanted to constantly argue with Lee in the old Pocket firmware improvement thread.

There is too high a volume of posts on the forums, causing these to be missed.
aIf you are not truthfully progressive, maybe you shouldn't say anything
bTruthful side topics in-line with or related to, the discussion accepted
cOften people deceive themselves so much they do not understand, even when the truth is explained to them
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Re: Forum suggestion: "Improvements suggestions" subforums,

PostFri May 29, 2020 9:07 pm

Restrict posting? No, censorship isn't a good idea. Criticism is necessary for advancement.
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Re: Forum suggestion: "Improvements suggestions" subforums,

PostMon Jun 01, 2020 2:05 am

And for freedom of speech, quietness and practical advancement of discussion and the species.

Stopping others speaking by harassing and bullying is considered freedom of speech too. Thus the house of lies falls down.

So, one must ask what is valid and needed!

Anyway, I have to spend many hours today doing up stuff and not here.
aIf you are not truthfully progressive, maybe you shouldn't say anything
bTruthful side topics in-line with or related to, the discussion accepted
cOften people deceive themselves so much they do not understand, even when the truth is explained to them

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