27 Jun 2008 09:12 #1109384677 by UNF
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Hi Jessika. Can you help me with a little problems? I am unable to view the most current post in the "Thanks" thread the day it appears. Right now 'Thanks as Always' by Tosca does not appear for me. Usually if a post is listed and I cannot see it the day it appears, I can see it the following day. But with this one, it's been several days now and I still cannot see (or find) it at all yet ... Help? Thanks.

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27 Jun 2008 13:17 #1109384678 by webmistress
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Thanks for your question as it comes up from time to time and obviously is a sort of discussion point with some of our guests. Please let me clarify this and don't get upset because I do so, I think you're justified to ask anything. :)

As indicated and explained in the FAQ mentioned forum along with that part of our forum is moderated. What does this mean? All posts go through a review process and won't be published before someone takes a closer look at them. :kiss:

Now since I'm not a full-time, paid-for webmaster I gotta make my living like everybody else by doing other things. I'm running this site whenever I find the time to do so and not on a 24-hour-7-days-a-week available-for-everybody-in-an-instant-mode basis. It might take a while for me to publish postings, answer questions via e-mail or reply to forum entries, checking guest-book entries, researching and verifying news, keeping in touch with production companies, TV stations and marketing departments, writing articles and whatever else comes along like updating our server etc, hiccups with the cms and forum software used or trying to help out members here. :unsure:

Actually mentioned post was posted on June 25, 08:40 or something. Now let's see what did I do over mentioned period of time? I left home at around 07:00 worked all day long, then went on to visit a friend, came home late, answered an urgent posting of our new mate that asked for decent questions regarding that WR event at Liverpool, had a late appointment that evening, went to bed, went to work again, took care of my personal life, looked after my household, went to work again, came home and got on-line, took care of the site this very minute (obviously). Now it's Friday June 27th 16:00 or something and it's up and published. You should be able to read it now. I think this time schedule sounds familiar to most of us. :kiss:

Call it several days, it might even take longer should I be on a business trip or even become ill. All I can ask you for is your patience with me and the way things are. B) We can however discuss the pros and cons of having a website all members will have to pay for. Everyone's very welcome to start such a debate and observe the results. :)

As I said, no hard feelings towards you and your question. I know you didn't mean to hassle or something, but I felt it's OK to use your posting (that I don't take negatively) to clarify some things. I sincerely hope this answers your question, and thanks to all of you for your understanding and patience in this matter. You are very welcome to ask more questions if there's anything left unclear. I'm just not in front of my PC all the time, contradicting any rumours that might spread about my work, my life and my ways for handling this site. ;) I think I never indicated anything different from what I just wrote now. :huh:



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27 Jun 2008 15:50 #1109384683 by UNF
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Oh - I just assumed it was a 'systems' thing :) I always blame the computer (esp. mine) for anything and everything, and wondered why I couldn't 'open' it after a day's wait, which seemed to be the general pattern. Off course, as I usually am when it comes to computer stuff! Sorry for the trouble, and thanks for the explanation.
All the best,

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29 Jun 2008 22:25 #1109384711 by subject
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Hi Jessika,

I don't know how you work, have any sort of private life and keep this site up! Don't EVER worry about us, just keep up the wonderful work you do for us. I have had the same thing happen to me, not seeing a post right away. I have determined though that my computer used to be controlled by elfs (who mess it up at night while I sleep), and now the demons have taken over. I just tell my computer I am the boss, I know where it's plug is! Your explanation is very, very valid and helpful! Our questions are just because we donh't always realize how much time it takes for some things to happen. We love you and don't want to see you stressed. Just glad we have you to keep us informed! Thanks bunches!


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30 Jun 2008 09:49 #1109384717 by Medodrome
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Hi Jessie,

I totally agree with Pat!
Thanks very much for all the work you do to keep us informed!

Hugs, Erika

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04 Jul 2008 00:31 #1109384744 by UNF
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I second (third?) the comments made by Melodrome and Pat - I am so grateful that you do all that work and effort to keep this site up and working and so interesting, Jessika! Hope you know how appreciated you are! Sorry I didn't stress that enough in my reply to your explanation - Melodrome, I was getting convinced it was 'elves' in my computer, too, and was becoming sure that my 'access' or 'profile' must have got scrambled somehow, so of course I felt foolish to learn it wasn't that at all ... :) :) After all this time, I am still so computer illiterate - tch
Well, anyway, happy summer, Jessika, and all you nice Nat fans, too.

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