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Old 05-14-2015, 08:44 PM   #161 (permalink)
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Plenty of females where I work. It's a shame they're pretty much all stuck up.
Such a straight forward person PP. You really don't hold back with your diversity.
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Old 05-14-2015, 09:10 PM   #162 (permalink)
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No reason to hold back lol. I talk to a couple at work but most are just bitches.


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No reason to hold back lol. I talk to a couple at work but most are just bitches.


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Lol my workplace as a whole is 75 -25 that is 75% female and 25% male.... and most the young ones are stuck up like PP says... and really piss me off, they expect me to bend over backwards for them.. forget that
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I think we're getting a bit off topic now guys .
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We want the future of tf to have females?

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Whats happening with the future plans of tech forums - techist.net. Has their been any forward movement apart from the name change? Are the Admin or Mods talking about anything behind the scenes.
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The other site, ComputerForums.org is just getting used to the idea..... going slowly here
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Spud I'm sure things will get there soon enough, We are getting it Easter than the other forum, People usually don't like change and although it is for the better it's going to be like joining a brand new forum and getting used to where everything is and how it works for the forum joining us. So going slower will make the transition easier for all and be a lot easier to get used to changes when they only make smaller ones at a time in stead of having someone sign in and everything being completely changed.
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Spud I'm sure things will get there soon enough, We are getting it Easter than the other forum, People usually don't like change and although it is for the better it's going to be like joining a brand new forum and getting used to where everything is and how it works for the forum joining us. So going slower will make the transition easier for all and be a lot easier to get used to changes when they only make smaller ones at a time in stead of having someone sign in and everything being completely changed.
Yeah there's never an easy way and you can't please everyone. Doing little changes over a long period of time tends to be more detrimental than "ripping the band-aid" off. But each situation is different.

Either way I'm sure it'll all get sorted.
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Either way, we still need to setup a test environment and make sure the DB merge goes on without any major issues, which can take time to properly do.
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