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'[ADMIN] A new topic tag has been added - [ARM]'
2007\03\20@055402 by Alan B. Pearce

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>[TECHO] All things technical of interest to engineers but
>not principally about electrical engineering or PIC etc

If you were going down this route I think I would prefer to see it as [ENG],
but quite frankly I think the range of tags as they are now is quite
satisfactory.

Adding an [ARM] tag is justified I believe, but expanding on the "indirect"
tags - i.e. not directly processor related - isn't justified IMHO.

2007\03\20@104222 by Alan B. Pearce

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I think we are well past the [PIC] tag ...

>I understand your reasoning, but the piclist is a mailing list,
>not a web forum and much better for it IMO.  I find working
>through new posts on a mail reader far easier and more intuitive
>than any web based bulletin board I have used, and you also get
>to build your own archive of interesting posts.

This echoes my own feelings exactly. I find web forums a pain. Email is much
easier to handle (and ignore wanderings in topic).

2007\03\20@110111 by Mark Rages

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On 3/20/07, Alan B. Pearce <spam_OUTA.B.PearceTakeThisOuTspamrl.ac.uk> wrote:
> I think we are well past the [PIC] tag ...
>
> >I understand your reasoning, but the piclist is a mailing list,
> >not a web forum and much better for it IMO.  I find working
> >through new posts on a mail reader far easier and more intuitive
> >than any web based bulletin board I have used, and you also get
> >to build your own archive of interesting posts.
>
> This echoes my own feelings exactly. I find web forums a pain. Email is much
> easier to handle (and ignore wanderings in topic).
>

Agreed.  Also, Microchip's forums are owned by Microchip and are
susceptible to censorship. I understand this has happened when some
people were reverse-engineering the ICD protocols.

Regards,
Mark
markrages@gmail
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