News: Welcome to WPDFD Forum 2004started by Joe Gillespie on Dec 31, 2003 — RSS Feed
It's January 1st 2004, Happy New Year. The forum is just gettings started so there's not much here yet.
It's all pretty easy to use, just click the Help link at the top if you are not sure of anything.
Glad to see the forum back on line Joe. No questions yet
Happy New Year!
Happy new year to you all!
I haven't got any questions yet, but will surely be harrassing you all very soon with web queries. ;D
Fantastic news anyway for the forum.
Happy New Year!
I hope I have a very fun time at this forum!
Here's a tip if you want to see the most recent postings in all categories. At the bottom of the home page is a link that says:-
View the 10 most recent posts of this forum.
Click it and bookmark the page you are taken to.
Thanks for the invitation -- I hope this forum gets legs! I've been enjoying your editorials for ages, and recommend your fonts regularly. S
Good luck with the new forum Joe, I am quite sure it will be packed with useful tips and advice.
I just enjoyed your article 'Building a Strong Visual Identity for your Website', which I found on the Macromedia.com website. It was great. I look forward to participating in your forum. Thanks, again.
I just wanted to say thanks for the great site, Joe. I've been enjoying it for a long time. I'm glad to have this forum - it should be another brilliant facet to the WPDFD gem! ;D
Happy New Year, guys!
Thanks Joe for your wonderful editorials and articles. I wish this forum success in the future.
I can only wonder why Google didn't show me this a long time ago; I've been reading the site since a few months back - this forum should get some extra traffic coming in -- and a better hotspot on Google, one could hope!
Google didn't show the forum because it's only just started on Jan 1. It hasn't been made 'public' yet, it's only been announced in the WPDFD newsletter.
Should I keep it 'private' or throw it open to the Web at large? What do you think?
I believe you should convince more people to sign up for the newsletter, in turn informing them of the forum, rather than just opening it up on the front page. This would create a sort of filter for the posters, but at the same time it does not limit the potential activity that can happen here on the forum.
Great website. Glad you started a forum. It was a little hard to find the forum from the website though. I had to use search to find it. Good luck. Hope a little of designers join the forum.
Keep the forum 'private'. This may go against the idea of the web being an 'open community' but it should help to keep the forum focused. It will be a lot more useful for designers (for me at least).
Thanks for all the editorials for the last year on CSS! I'm finally getting somewhere!
<snip> Should I keep it 'private' or throw it open to the Web at large? What do you think?
Several things -forums among them- tends to became worse while getting bigger. There are already huge forums over there. Why not to choose to maintain this forum 'private'?
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