Hey can�t you people let us (ordinary java ranchers!!) see what you discuss on your �Moderators Only� forum? I agree that is your private forum but don�t know�. I have always been very curious about things, which I am not allowed to know (and I guess that�s general human tendency, isn�t it?). I have a proposal, open the forum in read only mode just once a year (or may be more, if you wish to) for all ranchers so that person like me can see what is there :-).
Well, while most of the stuff in MO is just boring discussions on how to handle different situations, and how to design the new XML version of the BunkHouse etc, there is also a bunch of stuff like: - personal phone numbers and addresses - the ID and password to the server to maintain JavaRanch - some personal opinions about users that name names None of which should be made public. I sure don't want to waste MY time cleaning up the only place that we have to share that sort of information. This is a list of the most recent topics posted: Pretty boring stuff really JavaRanch SCWCD Mock Posting in non-English naming policy voilator Angela how did .. anybody had this problem ? How about arranging a virtual get together Offline until Sunday Virus again Do we hire Did anyone see this?? Contact Email Address what a dilemma bit by bit prob? Sheriff this person is creating trouble . It never rains ... Off-line Voice XML error over-creative use of Bunkhouse XML Conversion project A way of knowing who's Anyone want some "free" (i.e. unpaid) experience? Is It a Cultural Difference ejip Server troubles next shakeup is when? farm page update Offline for a while A few Photos in Finland new webtrends stats can all of you show me your braindump???thank you SCJEA Part II Assignment on the net Long weekend off.... Sheriff needed Would a sheriff please delete the id Someone soliciting for braindumps Not much free time for awhile Please move these threads Marcus Goes commercial (ish) Jim pse change my forwarding e-mail Carl... Of course I have carefully removed the stuff that talks about how we are planning world domination. . . .
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