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Re: hi

Post by 090923 » Sun Sep 29, 2013 9:59 pm

Evening everyone,

Let's hope this forum brings back what we used to have a few years ago.
For those who don't know because they enrolled after the forum died; this forum used to be a place to discuss projects and/or classes. We had sections dedicated to every specific year and you were able to see the section of your year and the ones below it. This way the older students could help the students who were struggling as well as discuss with the students of their year.
Could be possible Jeremiah will put this system of year based sections/groups back in as well but he's a busy man ;)
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Re: hi

Post by 110157 » Mon Sep 30, 2013 12:46 am

Good to see that the forums are back. Hopefully they will stay up for quite a while.
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Post by 110766 » Mon Sep 30, 2013 12:57 pm

hello

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Post by 090959 » Mon Sep 30, 2013 10:39 pm

090923 wrote:Evening everyone,

Let's hope this forum brings back what we used to have a few years ago.
For those who don't know because they enrolled after the forum died; this forum used to be a place to discuss projects and/or classes. We had sections dedicated to every specific year and you were able to see the section of your year and the ones below it. This way the older students could help the students who were struggling as well as discuss with the students of their year.
Could be possible Jeremiah will put this system of year based sections/groups back in as well but he's a busy man ;)
I can also remember a cesspool of immaturity. Let's not have that again.

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Re: hi

Post by 132484 » Mon Sep 30, 2013 11:05 pm

its awesome to have a forum, thou numbers are rly akward haha, i feel like some kind of robot or clone xD

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Post by oosten » Tue Oct 01, 2013 9:27 am

121176 wrote:Hello everyone!
Gotta love the impersonality of all these student numbers.
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Re: hi

Post by oosten » Tue Oct 01, 2013 9:31 am

090923 wrote:Evening everyone,

Let's hope this forum brings back what we used to have a few years ago.
For those who don't know because they enrolled after the forum died; this forum used to be a place to discuss projects and/or classes. We had sections dedicated to every specific year and you were able to see the section of your year and the ones below it. This way the older students could help the students who were struggling as well as discuss with the students of their year.
Could be possible Jeremiah will put this system of year based sections/groups back in as well but he's a busy man ;)
Yonathan,

I actually started setting up the forums the way you suggested but Jacco said that there were just too many "subfora" and it was difficult for people to find new posts when they had to drill down through the categories too deep. As a compromise, I setup a few key top-level forums. There is still the possibility to create sub-forums in these forums later if so desired.

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Re: hi

Post by oosten » Tue Oct 01, 2013 9:34 am

090959 wrote:
090923 wrote:Evening everyone,

Let's hope this forum brings back what we used to have a few years ago.
For those who don't know because they enrolled after the forum died; this forum used to be a place to discuss projects and/or classes. We had sections dedicated to every specific year and you were able to see the section of your year and the ones below it. This way the older students could help the students who were struggling as well as discuss with the students of their year.
Could be possible Jeremiah will put this system of year based sections/groups back in as well but he's a busy man ;)
I can also remember a cesspool of immaturity. Let's not have that again.
Yes, we are also trying to keep the immaturity to a minimum. I hope this forum can be used better than the previous.
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Post by 062189 » Tue Oct 01, 2013 11:46 am

hi
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Re: hi

Post by 120095 » Tue Oct 01, 2013 9:00 pm

Good evening everynyan,

I do hope the forum will be as good as (what I was told) how it used to be...
I guess we could call each other Test Subject #[studentnumber] ... yeah, I'll probably end up doing that xD
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