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Peter North
Peter North
09:09 Apr-18-2002
Correct Usage of this Forum

The discussion on the MFL tool is an example of how this forum
can be used beneficially.

Of late my mailbox has been filled with job advertisements,
cv postings and ndt manufacturers trying to promote their products.

The guidelines for this forum clearly state:

Do not post advertisements for commercial products, services or web sites.

Perhaps the forum operators could address this problem and
remove these postings to the benefit of us all ?

Peter North




 
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Rolf Diederichs
Director,
NDT.net, Germany, Joined Nov 1998, 618

Rolf Diederichs

Director,
NDT.net,
Germany,
Joined Nov 1998
618
02:25 Apr-18-2002
Re: Correct Usage of this Forum
Peter,

You are absolutely right, I also don't like such kind
of messages. Usually I complain directly to the person
and not public to prevent even more unwanted noise.
I hope that the NDT classified board will be used for
those messages.

Best regards
Rolf


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: The discussion on the MFL tool is an example of how this forum
: can be used beneficially.
.
: Of late my mailbox has been filled with job advertisements,
: cv postings and ndt manufacturers trying to promote their products.
.
: The guidelines for this forum clearly state:
.
: Do not post advertisements for commercial products, services or web sites.
.
: Perhaps the forum operators could address this problem and
: remove these postings to the benefit of us all ?
.
: Peter North
.



 
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