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For what it's worth, I don't pay any attention to sub-forums when consuming Mooneyspace content.  I have my bookmark set to "New Posts" (across all forums), and could care less what content is posted in what sub-form.

Out of respect for people who don't consume content that way, I do try to be careful about selecting an appropriate sub-forum on the rare occasions when I start a new thread.  But otherwise, I don't pay any attention.  My guess is a bunch of other people consume web-forum content the same way I do, and that may be why it's hard for new sub-forums to gain the kind of traction you're discussing.

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3 hours ago, MISSILEFLYER said:

Just a PSA that there is indeed an avionics specific thread area on Mooneyspace.

Am I missing something?  

Enlighten me? :) 

Craig can/will move them if they become problematic and/or as he sees fit.  Agree that we all should try to be good housekeepers here.

Adding @mooniac58

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56 minutes ago, Vance Harral said:

For what it's worth, I don't pay any attention to sub-forums when consuming Mooneyspace content.  I have my bookmark set to "New Posts" (across all forums), and could care less what content is posted in what sub-form.

Out of respect for people who don't consume content that way, I do try to be careful about selecting an appropriate sub-forum on the rare occasions when I start a new thread.  But otherwise, I don't pay any attention.  My guess is a bunch of other people consume web-forum content the same way I do, and that may be why it's hard for new sub-forums to gain the kind of traction you're discussing.

Exactly! ^^^^

And we can take it a step further and remark about most any thread on MS can experience so much thread drift that the original topic is totally loss.

Or that we need to re-create the same thread over and over again with same re-postings because its easier or quicker to create a new thread than search for one of the prior ones.

Or....

Good thing, like Vance, I only monitor new posts and decide what topics merit reading beyond the title.

Just remember, no one, including the OP of a thread owns any thread here, and no one should assume all post of a thread are meant for the OP. Threads take on their own life. They are open discussions after all. Other than that, just like Vance said, I always check before creating a new thread that there isn't already one going and the forum makes sense.

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15 hours ago, Vance Harral said:

For what it's worth, I don't pay any attention to sub-forums when consuming Mooneyspace content.  I have my bookmark set to "New Posts" (across all forums), and could care less what content is posted in what sub-form.

Out of respect for people who don't consume content that way, I do try to be careful about selecting an appropriate sub-forum on the rare occasions when I start a new thread.  But otherwise, I don't pay any attention.  My guess is a bunch of other people consume web-forum content the same way I do, and that may be why it's hard for new sub-forums to gain the kind of traction you're discussing.

I resemble that remark.

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14 hours ago, kortopates said:

Exactly! ^^^^

And we can take it a step further and remark about most any thread on MS can experience so much thread drift that the original topic is totally loss.

Or that we need to re-create the same thread over and over again with same re-postings because its easier or quicker to create a new thread than search for one of the prior ones.

Or....

Good thing, like Vance, I only monitor new posts and decide what topics merit reading beyond the title.

Just remember, no one, including the OP of a thread owns any thread here, and no one should assume all post of a thread are meant for the OP. Threads take on their own life. They are open discussions after all. Other than that, just like Vance said, I always check before creating a new thread that there isn't already one going and the forum makes sense.

As an example....is this thread better in General Mooney talk or General Aviation talk or should it have started in Avionics Discussion.......sorry....I couldn’t resist......woke up in a sarcastic.....

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3 hours ago, anthonydesmet said:

As an example....is this thread better in General Mooney talk or General Aviation talk or should it have started in Avionics Discussion.......sorry....I couldn’t resist......woke up in a sarcastic.....

I just went to the scene of the “crime :) “ and asked the question.  If I placed in avionics perps wouldn’t see it is my thought?  I usually gain sarcasm in direct proportion to java consumed.

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