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posted April 14th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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I’ve recieved several emails asking why I am asking you, the reader, to use the EPMFAQ Blog Post Forum to discuss my posts rather than simply using the built in comments.

Quite simply, I don’t like the native WordPress comments engine. They lengthen the page load time, are difficult to search, and can be difficult to follow. I think that the Forums offer a much cleaner and more structured experience. Basically, I want to make it easier for readers to discuss posts with each other and with the author. However, I would like to get a group opinion. Therefore, I have posted a new poll asking your opinion. It is available for your vote in the sidebar of this page.

If the poll shows support for using native comments, I will rethink my stance. Please vote!




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EPMFAQ Forums now online!

posted February 20th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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Today marks the day that the EPMFAQ forums come online. They are available through the link in the menu on this site, and also at this link.

Some of you may ask why we have created a forum for the discussion of Project, Project Server, and Project Development when Microsoft already has several newsgroups for these purposes.

First, let me be absolutely clear: we are not looking to replace Microsoft’s newsgroups — rather, we are looking to supplement them. The newsgroups remain a valuable resource and we strongly recommend that you cross-post any technical questions you post on our forums to the newsgroups as well.




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