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Post    Posted on: Sun Nov 13, 2005 6:47 pm
It's simply that I was missing sufficient oversight earlier this year. An alternative to MOVEs would be threads or the like containing links to other section - but I am not that sure if this would keep oversight sufficiently.

I am not about to create new stickies now - but I want to add that by a sticky or an additional post to at least one of the existing stickies regarding the Technology section and an EDIT of the initial post of that sticky the governmental technology-projects could be listed seperately from the others - it wouldn't be a contents-list then but the structure of that dimension. the threads about governmental projects could be found easier that way than currently.

The idea is a result of my thinking at the job and my method I organize my archive by - it enables very quick search under several different aspects.



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Post    Posted on: Sun Nov 13, 2005 6:55 pm
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I just wanted a spot on the news page for people to look for government-funded projects..........

yes, but others replied on the ideas and suggestion for new forums as well (as noted before your post).

spacecowboy wrote:
Anyways, we also need either a separate section on the news page for op-ed pieces, or a way to show that something is an op-ed reply to something else -- like the HobbySpace article I just posted about Northrop-Grumman's space plans. I think the section (maybe just one of those little checkboxes) would work out better -- less coding involved, since you don't need a trackback to the original article.

The new news system will handle it all.. just give me time to develop it ;)

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Post    Posted on: Mon Nov 14, 2005 12:51 am
Do we sometimes seem like this?

(Cartoon moved to the new Humor thread)


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Post    Posted on: Mon Nov 14, 2005 4:22 am
Nah.... Not us! Surely!

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Post    Posted on: Tue Nov 15, 2005 10:02 pm
List of POSSIBLE new forums:

Space Entertainment & Humor
The place for jokes, favored space games and other entertainment related discussions.

Government Forums:

NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
The place for NASA related discussions.

Other US Government Space Activities
US Government related space activity forum.

European Space Activities
Europian Governments related space activity forum.

Russian Government
Russian Government related space activity forum.

Asian Space Activities
Asian Governments related space activity forum.

International Space Efforts
International Space Efforts related discussions.

Any suggestions, description correction or other suggestions ?

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Post    Posted on: Wed Nov 16, 2005 11:30 am
I already used the new sections to move some threads from The Spaceflight Cafe to some of them - to improve oversight about The Spaceflight Cafe.

But what about a Missions section and a Scfi-Fi section?



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Post    Posted on: Wed Nov 16, 2005 11:48 am
Ekkehard Augustin wrote:
I already used the new sections to move some threads from The Spaceflight Cafe to some of them - to improve oversight about The Spaceflight Cafe.


Thanks :)

Ekkehard Augustin wrote:
But what about a Missions section and a Scfi-Fi section?



HUmm, I think "missions" only forum, would overlap.. a lot with the governments forums, company forums or technology, Financial, Public Perception etc etc..
Myself.. I'm currently unable to name 1 mission unrelated to others.

But if you're able to say a few.. who're popular, it's really no problem to add such a forum.

A Science Fiction forum... humm doesn't that belong to entertainment ?
http://www.spacefellowship.com/Forum/viewforum.php?f=33
If science fiction only, would become popular.. I guess also a forum related to that is welcome.

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