Some people are posting new topics subject lines that don't contain a subject at all - you have to open the post to discover what it's about. This wastes our finite forum bandwidth and slows down the forum for everyone.
Out of respect for other members, please include some information about your topic in the subject line.
We've been down this bumpy road before and it made little or no impression upon the membership - as evidenced by the cryptic - and nonsensical - topic headings throughout the Forum.
Is there a ball-peen hammer or length of 2X4 that you can drag out to "influence" or "persuade" the recalcitrant members who cannot seem to comprehend the necessity and desirability of coherent topic headings?
I shudder at the thought of moderator censorship and for reasons which are obvious to you.
The 2X4 thingy seems to be the best course of action. Show your imagination and, if necessary, wield the power of your office. Gentle persuasion doesn't seem to git it!
From: Northern California
Posted 28 Nov 2010 10:29 amRe: PLEASE Use Informative Subject Lines
As moderator here, I may LOCK any topic that contains no useful information in the Subject line. Trolling with vague Subject lines is strongly discouraged.
When you waste forum bandwidth, it slows down the entire system. _________________ -b0b- (SGF Admin) Bobby Lee ♪ @b0blee ♪ Copedents ♪ Recordings