Originally Posted by Janet H
Kurt - it's an evolving process and community input is an important part of that process. Newer members who registered after the forum software change are having different experiences than older members. We need input to trouble shoot.
So are you telling me that if a new member (such as yourself, Andy, techadmin) click on an "older" member's image link, they wouldn't have seen any of the issues I pointed out?
All I'm saying is that it seems like we've had several "this works now" announcements, only to find out that well... it didn't work. And the things that were wrong seemed pretty obvious to me. We've also had several things mentioned that were going to happen "next week" or the equivalent, and that was months ago.
I'm not saying I don't think there's not any work being done in the background. I'm well aware of all the unseen workings that go one to make this board tick. Before the ownership change, this was a "hobbiest" site which made everyone pretty much accept the way things were. Pretty much. But then we're told of the ownership change and that this change will bring a certain level of professionalism to the site since the new owner has experience with running umpteen other sites. I'm just saying that I'm not seeing any of that yet, and the stuff that has been redepolyed just doesn't seem like it's been looked at before being presented as finished working product.