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Old   April 25, 2005, 15:25
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On second thoughts, How about keeping the Forum as it is and once the posts start to become old, start grouping them into UDF, GAMBIT etc. for archiving?
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Old   April 26, 2005, 08:45
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It's a good ideal. p.s.I suggest you to change all message into .chm file ,so we can browse it in my computer without network.
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Old   April 29, 2005, 17:58
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Im liking the idea to split the forum once the messages are after a certain age. To be fair this forum is the best I've found because people from all backgrounds in CFD answer your questions and more importantly, take an interest!

If the forum was split into sections as proposed from the start you wouldnt get this nearly as often.

Many times i have been looking for answers to my questions and have seen a thread and thought "oh that looks interesting!" and looked at it.

Chris
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Old   May 3, 2005, 00:38
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It is a good idea. I agree with you. Actually I am looking for a UDF source code to solve condensation problem.
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