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Possibility of invitation only threads

Wed Jan 24, 2018 1:37 pm

Is there a possibility a.net can implement invitation-only private threads or forums?

If a fanboy wants to start a thread with a thought inducing flame-bait title, it would be better if others cannot read or respond. Thread starter can invite other like-minded fanboys and have a good time without sparring with naysayers. I know the rules suggest to ignore flame-bait but it is hard with a constant flow.

I sincerely think A380 needs its own private forum. A 40 total backlog type generating five threads in a week on a.net. That must be a record.
 
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Re: Possibility of invitation only threads

Tue Jan 30, 2018 10:29 am

That's a superb way to kill the forum.

It must be said there have been equal amounts of Boeing and Airbus fan boys over the years, and I've been here double the time you have. Instead of whinging about threads, get out of the house and do something else. Go to the gym or something like that.

Or in other words, if you hate the A380, just ignore the topics about it.

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