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Matrix



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dudes, come recommend in feedback

its not bad idea.
like main/newbie/
subsection
dos/newbie/
windows/newbie/
os construction/newbie/

anything should be considered newbie question/thread then what is a basic thing like how to print string, read ports, ...
Post 19 Aug 2005, 08:22
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rea



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What when easy (noob) questions become in a debate or a great instruction of the more advanced ones?



tought I guess will be sufficient if some one take note about noob frequently asked questions XD... and give a tutorial covering them XD.
Post 19 Aug 2005, 16:28
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rea,
threads cn be moved anytime, no problem.
But in most cases there are big differences between noob and advanced questions.
Only a few rules whould be needed to determine if its newbie (starter) question,
Post 20 Aug 2005, 07:10
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What about join questions?, perhaps in mean time, in noob question will be asked a lot of times how to print a string, what about each time that a thread has no more post, join it with tne main thread about the subject, I gues that can help in not let the section grow much (the dudes not will need search much)...
Post 20 Aug 2005, 16:14
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little problem with that join thread is this board currently does not support such operations.

But the sticky faq threads meant to be a kind of TOC, a little index about most frequent questions, problems. Not only, but mostly for beginners.
Post 20 Aug 2005, 18:35
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hi! i think there is enough 1 thread for newb in the end of general section and there is enough of opinion of moderator to move topic there or not - there not existing clear rules, but topic not removed just moved so there is nothing bad there. regards!
Post 20 Aug 2005, 19:00
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http://www.phpbb.com/phpBB/mod_search.php there search for "merge" and there are some modifications, dont know if someone is secure and things like that...



Yes, you will move newbie threads, but I guess that from time to time even that thereis section, a guy will ask it, there is where I suguest the merge thing, in that way you will not end with a section that have "how to print a string", "my printstr dosent work", "strings" that talk near about the same thing, but they are scattered... tought a search in that section will give the results, but what about not need to search them all and open them all???, dont know how join work, but pheraps is prudent to indicate that a new thread has been merged in the current (reply before merge in).
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