New Sub-Forum

Discussion in 'Forum Discussion' started by Cableguy, May 18, 2007.

  1. Cableguy

    Cableguy Expert Licensed User

    HI Erel

    Since v5 seems to be a major update to B4PPC I would like to suggest the creation of two new sub-forums under(inside) the "question & Help", being them:

    B4PPC v4.x - for questions related to the v4
    B4PPC v5 - for questions related to the v5

    I think that most users will still continue to use v4 untill we guet used to the v5 features...
     
  2. specci48

    specci48 Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Hi Cableguy,

    on my opinion there is no need to devide the forum in different sub-forums for each version.
    1. The new key features are more speed :)sign0060:) and a better desktop editor. The language itself did not change as much.
    2. You always have to look in more different (sub)forums if you want to browse through some old threads/posts.
    3. If someone asks a question he often doesn't know what is causing the problem. The version of basic4ppc, a programming error, or something else ?
    4. And often threads contain more infos that maybe useful for all users indipendent from the version somebody uses.

    So I think it is not necessary to introduce those sub-forums ... :sign0152:

    specci48
     
  3. RandomCoder

    RandomCoder Well-Known Member Licensed User

    I tend to agree that its not worth splitting the forum into V4 and V5 as many topics will most likely be applicable to both versions, I imagine that there will only be a few that are specific to just one version or the other.

    Regards,
    RandomCoder
     
  4. GeoTrail

    GeoTrail Member Licensed User

    I agree, this isn't the best way to go.
    It's alot better when new versions come out, and you post a thread you just write your thread topic like this:

    Cannot start compiled program [V6]

    something like that.
    And it is also a good idea when a problem has been resolved to add [fixed] to the topic name so people can see the issue has been resolved so we avoid numerous posts of the same topic.
     
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