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hey guys!!
As you see no posts and replies to those questions in the last 10 days, somehow, i feel that, the struts form here is not very active..
Many experts like Junilu, beN, Greg,Sandy,Eric Fletcher are not visiting this forum regularly.. Since Greg's Struts project is over, he is not looking this side Other than from Junilu, we are not getting answers form anywhere..
I think, we shld have one more moderator also as Junilu is overloaded with many questions. May be , one from above experts list can be choosen.. what do you say friends..
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I have to admit that I'm guilty of not being around as much I'd like. The bartenders and sheriffs are all volunteers and we do have jobs and responsibilities outside of JavaRanch.
I hope you understand that there are a lot of reasons for questions going unanswered and I wouldn't jump to conclusions and say that nobody is reading the messages in this forum anymore. I make it a point (it's actually a commitment I made when I accepted the bartender job) to look in on the forum at least a few times a day. If I see a question that I can answer quickly, then I'll do it. If not or if I think that the answer can be found in the documentation or by searching these forums or the web, there's a good chance that the question won't get much attention.
Besides, only forums with a relatively high number of posts will get more than one bartender. Also, it isn't really a requirement for a bartender to be an expert in the forum's topic. We're here to make sure that posts are on topic and adhere to the rules of friendliness and proper conduct. Sure, it's natural to expect a bartender to be knowledgeable and it does help if he or she is, but expertise is not a requirement. We rely on and encourage everybody and anybody in the community to answer questions, not just bartenders and sheriffs.
[ November 21, 2003: Message edited by: Junilu Lacar ]
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