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#195451 08/03/10 08:50 PM
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We now have an area dedicated to the 2011 NEC.

Threads from the 2008 NEC area have been moved to the main NEC area in case anyone is looking for them. If a 2011 topic got moved there in error please let myself, or a Mod know and we'll move it to the new area.

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I made this a sticky for now, and will remove the sticky in 10 days.

I posted a notice thread in the new 2011 section also. Probably typed mine while the Webmaster was typing his.

Now, a "Thank You" to Bill, for all the moving of threads, etc.

Last edited by HotLine1; 08/03/10 09:07 PM.

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Originally Posted by HotLine1
Now, a "Thank You" to Bill, for all the moving of threads, etc.

Thanks John, it really wasn't much trouble.

Just a thought here...

It would be a good thing for everyone to get in the habit of mentioning a code year in the first post, or title of a thread. This will cause less confusion if someone comes across it at a later date.

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Originally Posted by Webmaster

It would be a good thing for everyone to get in the habit of mentioning a code year in the title of a thread. This will cause less confusion if someone comes across it at a later date.

Bill,
If everyone put their code year in a set of brackets ( ), in the thread title it would be a lot easier to send a given thread to it's correct area.
No biggie, it just helps organising this forum easier.
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I'm all for the code date in the thread.
After all we are a National/International site.

The USA alone is using in some parts the the 2002 or older.

BTW: thanx to all the mods and 'webmaster' for the great site.


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