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    Default Newbie moderation

    Joined recently to get help on a Commodore PET problem. Created a thread and are getting good support which is great.

    However, as a newbie, my posts need to be approved (no problem with this, good thing) but it takes days for a post to be approved.

    How can I get a moderator to approve quicker and how many posts will move one over to no moderator approval.

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    10 posts. The mods have no interest in changing the policy, I've argued it before

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    Moderation is as moderation does.

    Just kind of have to weather it.

    After 10 posts, the gate will be lifted.

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    Recently? Says you joined 3 years ago almost.

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    Stick at it.

    The spam on the board is kept to a minimum as a result and the mods are volunteers and (supposedly) have a life outside of VCFED as well!

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by daver2 View Post
    Stick at it.

    The spam on the board is kept to a minimum as a result and the mods are volunteers and (supposedly) have a life outside of VCFED as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by daver2 View Post


    Had a good day today. 8SE (One of the Honeywell DPS6 supermini's for those not in the know) failed on the night shift so I got to play today.

    In the end it was only a PSU taking out a distribution panel fuse meaning two PSU's to replace (not sure which one was the culprit), but it was good to get hands on today and as shift manager, had nothing else to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary C View Post


    Had a good day today. 8SE (One of the Honeywell DPS6 supermini's for those not in the know) failed on the night shift so I got to play today.

    In the end it was only a PSU taking out a distribution panel fuse meaning two PSU's to replace (not sure which one was the culprit), but it was good to get hands on today and as shift manager, had nothing else to do.
    They must be old....
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