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Jack Hoff

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PA2 + Onboard DSP?
« on: June 23, 2017, 11:07:58 am »

Since the original issue has been resolved and nobody is going to answer my question now I am going to update this to say this:

The registration page currently says  "YOU HAVE THE ABILITY, AS YOU REGISTER, TO CHOOSE YOUR OWN USERNAME." 

And you can get from the registration page and post into the Pro AV forum without actually coming into the Pro AV forum where you can see the sticky at the top.


If you want 100% compliance, put your rules on the registration page where people can see them.   Not lock threads for not following rules hidden deep in the forum in a stickied post.

It really is as simple as pointing out there are additional rules and including a link to them right on the registration page.   
   

« Last Edit: June 23, 2017, 12:55:49 pm by Jack Hoff »
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Re: PA2 + Onboard DSP?
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2017, 11:09:39 am »

And im not shitposting because there are rules.  Im shit posting because the admin Mac Kerr locked the thread so now I cant even get the help I was looking for.     

Send me a message, let me know.  I didnt purposefully flout your rules. I never saw them because between registering and posting there was no rules mentioned beyond the registration page.   Dont lock the thread so people cant help and answer the question.
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Re: PA2 + Onboard DSP?
« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2017, 11:29:12 am »

And im not shitposting because there are rules.  Im shit posting because the admin Mac Kerr locked the thread so now I cant even get the help I was looking for.     

Send me a message, let me know.    Dont lock the fucking thread so people cant help and answer the question.

Jack Hoff. That's cute. Talk about 14yo behavior.

If you are unhappy with the rules here feel free to ask for help any any one of the online sources that don't require your real name. Here are a couple of links. LINK, LINK, LINK

Your original post has now been unlocked, as it would have been even without your rant.

Mac


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Re: PA2 + Onboard DSP?
« Reply #3 on: June 23, 2017, 11:31:27 am »

Jack Hoff. That's cute. Talk about 14yo behavior.

If you are unhappy with the rules here feel free to ask for help any any one of the online sources that don't require your real name. Here are a couple of links. LINK, LINK, LINK

Your original post has now been unlocked, as it would have been even without your rant.

Mac

At no point am I unhappy with the rules.  My problem is that my thread was locked for violating a rule that I could not have known about.  They aren't on the registration screen and its possible to register and post without ever seeing Bryan's stickied post at the top. 

If you want to smack people around for not following your rules.. maybe put them in their path where they can find them.       

The registration page says nothing about a real name requirement.  A rule I would have followed IF i had known about it.     

But instead you guys hide your rules elsewhere and then act like jerks when people dont follow them.   



   
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Re: PA2 + Onboard DSP?
« Reply #4 on: June 23, 2017, 11:52:37 am »

At no point am I unhappy with the rules.  My problem is that my thread was locked for violating a rule that I could not have known about.  They aren't on the registration screen and its possible to register and post without ever seeing Bryan's stickied post at the top. 

If you want to smack people around for not following your rules.. maybe put them in their path where they can find them.       

The registration page says nothing about a real name requirement.  A rule I would have followed IF i had known about it.     

But instead you guys hide your rules elsewhere and then act like jerks when people dont follow them.   

We'll have to agree to disagree. I don't believe asking fairly politely that you change your displayed name to conform with the rules is acting like a jerk. Locked threads get unlocked soon after the original poster follows the rules, nobody dies.

Every couple of months someone feels they have to complain about the process, but in that couple of months lots people have gone through the process without complaint.

As far as how hard it is to follow those rules, of our 27,000+ members, more than 15,000 of them have been able to follow those rules and have posted here. Almost all of them add to the general knowledge of sound, electronics, acoustics, lighting, or miscellaneous information that is available to anyone, member or not, posting or not, that is hosted on these forums.

Mac
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Re: PA2 + Onboard DSP?
« Reply #5 on: June 23, 2017, 12:06:47 pm »



All I'm saying is put the rules where people can see them... on the registration page.     You can't follow rules that you dont know about. 

I have no way of knowing how actively modded this group is and no way of knowing how quickly my post would be unlocked after compliance.
All Im saying is if you want that kind of compliance... put the rules where they can be followed.   It would require a lot less actions on your part. 


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Re: PA2 + Onboard DSP?
« Reply #6 on: June 23, 2017, 12:12:14 pm »

Iggy bin in 3 posts.  Record.
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Re: PA2 + Onboard DSP?
« Reply #7 on: June 23, 2017, 12:24:44 pm »

Iggy bin in 3 posts.  Record.

Apt name, though, even if it's a moniker.  Speaking of moniker, how IS Ms. Lewinski?
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Re: PA2 + Onboard DSP?
« Reply #8 on: June 23, 2017, 12:33:49 pm »

Eh whatever. 

I would rather go to websites where the mods find it worthwhile to include links to the rules right on the front door registration page. 

Much better than this website where the mods hide the rules deep in the forum and then get their rocks off slapping people around for not following them.   

If you want people to follow rules...  putting them where they can see them usually works out a little bit better than hiding them.
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Re: PA2 + Onboard DSP?
« Reply #9 on: June 23, 2017, 03:11:52 pm »

like mythbusters Adam says,JH
"I reject your reality and insert my own.
Good luck , hope you comply ..................its a free world.
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