Post. Submit. X10.
Reject, we already answered that. Submit.
Reject, we already answered that. Submit. X10.
Post. Submit. X10. :mad:
Thanks guys. We’re trying; it hasn’t been as clean as we wanted it, we couldn’t get to some important stuff as quickly as we wanted and we shot ourselves in the foot a couple of times. Lots & lots o teams.
We may be looking for a Ring of Techs the next time we do this, not directly associated with any team, who can help us handle the volume. Any qualified, interested volunteers can email me at email@example.com, or send me a private message here.
Better for FIRST to run its own board, or running it elsewhere.
I can not for the life of me figure out which message is which number when they say to refer to message XXX.
May I suggest http://www.chiefdelphi.com ?
IMHO, the forums here are better than yahoos, and they might even let you(FIRST) use the code on your own independant site.
Jus a thought.
I agree these guys are doing a great job. They are literally in a no win situation. I now have a new way to describe the game too. I usually tell people its like a hockey game. The “not a knife fight” analogy is great though
And in the latest round of replies they did a great job of sorting it all out.
Trying to clearly tell Rookies what the deal is.
*Originally posted by Wetzel * I can not for the life of me figure out which message is which number when they say to refer to message XXX.
I receive the FRCTech2002 digest, and I havent figured out how to correlate the message numbers to the numbers that show up in the digest either, but online it’s easy. Just display a message – any message. Go to your address bar, and replace the message number (the last several digits of the URL) with the message number you need to refer to, and press enter. Voila!
When you’re finished, you can just hit the BACK button to take you back to where you were before (This works with Internet Explorer, and I think it should work with Netscape too.)