I am sorry if it has been viewed as a big fuss, it was not intended to be so and I am sorry that it has been. I viewed it that there advantages for all us in mutual linkings. I urge you to reconsider your comments, please remain a member and keep your postings coming.cambria49 said:I am totally amazed by the big fuss my post has made!!
I merely mentioned the new site under the section heading of ferries as I thought it might be of interest to members.
I note there is no permanant page for links to advertise any site. No doubt this thread would be well buried by further posts over the coming weeks. Therefore I do not see that mentioning the Sealink site here is the same as having a permanant link on a dedicated links page.
As it happens having read the first comment re the lack of a link, I was going to make same to Ships Nostaglia on the Holyhead site when I next had time to edit tomorrow.
However as the repetition is, I feel, rather uncalled for (I heard you first time!), may I suggest the moderator deletes this post as soon as possible and I shall refrain from making any further contribution to this site.
Perhaps the above will clarify the situation for all. It is a copy of the Sticky Thread, "Notice To Members", posted in the Members Notice Board Forum, originally by a Super Moderator and edited by Steve, the Site Owner/Administrator.Please be aware that posting spam and links all over the site is not what we are about, you are very welcome to include your own site in your signature but please do not treat this site as a notice board for your own convenience.
If you do have a genuine message that you would like to tell members about, please PM or mail a moderator who will gladly assist you. Spam is not nice and we are sure that you the members dont want to log on to wade through loads of toffee before finding a post that interests you.
Please take this message in the spirit in which it is intended.
Last edited by Steve : 14th June 2005 at 22:20.
May I just point out Chris, that the Site Owner/Administrator comes from England and as for the Moderators, one from Scotland, one from England, one from Australia and myself from NZ. To which country do you refer?this isn't the first time this subject has been raised from a certain country.
Thank you Jan for your post, you have said it very eloquently indeed. I hope that Justin reconsiders, he is too good to loose.Jan Hendrik said:Hey Justin, don't do silly things.
We all very much like your contributions to this site.
All of us enjoy this maritime site so much and so do you.
You are one of the young ones here, I realise, just in your thirties, so perhaps you became a bit hotheaded.
Most of us "older" people have gone through that era, so live it up.
We all know, once you pull out, you cannot resist the temptation of following this site as a "guest".
How silly is that.
So forget this week ever existed.
A new week and a new era has just started and we want you to be part of it.
David,flyer682 said:May I just point out Chris, that the Site Owner/Administrator comes from England and as for the Moderators, one from Scotland, one from England, one from Australia and myself from NZ. To which country do you refer?