I have been around Comodo a bit now and the reason I am in General discussion a lot is because I don't have many issues with Comodo so can't really help those who do , with a few exceptions. Now the General discussion says anything and everything (off topic). With the exception of some obvious things you don't want to discuss or go into on these forums, I have ran across a few replies who see the posted topic and seem irritated that we don't stick to topic. This got me thinking, if this is general discussion, do we in fact stick to the general discussion topic? There seems a fine line here. Is it General discussion topic wise only and we should stick to this topic?
So in fact this topic really contains whatever you want, bunnies in a blender, etc…So I started this thread, for off topic blab. Say hi, say bye, drop a friendly MIL joke (mother in law), etc…
Of course this thread could be mowed like a blade of grass by any moderator or above, (:AGL) but once again, I thought it may be a good idea to help keep the other Comodo threads clean. (:KWL)
Cheers, have a cup of coffee … C[_]
Ok, I see but perhaps you could answer a question for me. The title is General Discussion (off topic) Anything and everything…etc…which doesn’t really make this topic of no topics any different except for the basic rules correct? I noticed you mention breach of forum rules, and make no mistake, you know by now I am not out to break rules or cause any grief here and in no way am I arguing this I would not do that…>
<…That said, I am simply confused. My thoughts were that many like to add little comments or jokes or just say something which , ok, bare with me…and often you get (no offense) newbies who mention “doesn’t anyone stick to the topic?” So I in fact thought about this a while, this is General Discussion, (off topic,) <<within Comodo’s rules of course>> If I started a topic so that additonal comments could be made without cluttering the original topics. So what constitutes general discussion in this forum? If someone posts , do people in fact have to stick to that topic within the (off topic) thread? Also if some newbies could be treated as spam, couldn’t this in fact happen in any thread? Once again Mike, I am not arguing or anything of the sort, if a topic such as this one I created somehow breaks these rules, please let me know and I will crumple it and throw it in the burn pit, pronto!
Along with BUNNY !!!
Burnt bunny!!! Can you smell what the rock is cookin’?
In general it’s best to stick to the topic of the thread, but in the general discussion this is less so as it can be about anything. What I mean by newbies being mistaken for spam is this: If someone comes straight to the forum and says in their first post go look at this product here etc it could be taken as spam advertising, but if they’ve posted before then it won’t.