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Author Subject: Captain ash needs a password
6waysforward

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Post #1
Apparently he has forgot his?? Dunno

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Posted 29th Apr 2015 at 20:20
6waysforward

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Post #2
Apparently he has messaged the club forum email but no one has got back to him.

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Posted 29th Apr 2015 at 20:52
welshpug!

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Post #3
Laugh my ass off

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Posted 29th Apr 2015 at 21:00
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Post #4
Erm?

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Posted 29th Apr 2015 at 21:11
Day666

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Post #5
6waysforward wrote:
Apparently he has messaged the club forum email but no one has got back to him.


Now thats so funny LOL
Posted 29th Apr 2015 at 21:14
6waysforward

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Post #6
captainash wrote:
Erm?


Well f**k about, you remembered it.

Sort your s**t out.

Please can you give forum moderators ( ie people that use it) proper admin responsibility and hand over the rains to someone that cares about the future of this club.

We all moan about it but with proper admin this place could be amazing and run properly could be a money making business for you.

We all like it here but I can't help but feel it's run purely by someone that feels a responsibility to keep it ticking over for the sake of a few quid.

This is not a p**s take of you but if your not going to moderate it properly, hand it over to someone who will.

Many thanks.

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Posted 14th May 2015 at 21:27
jeffers Forum Owner

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Post #7
6waysforward wrote:
captainash wrote:
Erm?


Well f**k about, you remembered it.

Sort your s**t out and roll.

Please can you give forum moderators ( ie people that use it) proper admin responsibility and hand over the rains to someone that cares about the future of this club.

We all moan about it but with proper admin this place could be amazing and run properly could be a money making business for you.

We all like it here but I can't help but feel it's run purely by someone that feels a responsibility to keep it ticking over for the sake of a few quid.

This is not a p**s take of you but if your not going to moderate it properly, hand it over to someone who will.

Many thanks.

Erm just to point out that the system for resetting passwords has now changed and now if you request a password reset, and haven't logged in after 24 hours, we admins get an email with the persons details on for us to action the request.

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Posted 29th Apr 2015 at 21:52
6waysforward

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Post #8
jeffers wrote:
6waysforward wrote:
captainash wrote:
Erm?


Well f**k about, you remembered it.

Sort your s**t out and roll.

Please can you give forum moderators ( ie people that use it) proper admin responsibility and hand over the rains to someone that cares about the future of this club.

We all moan about it but with proper admin this place could be amazing and run properly could be a money making business for you.

We all like it here but I can't help but feel it's run purely by someone that feels a responsibility to keep it ticking over for the sake of a few quid.

This is not a p**s take of you but if your not going to moderate it properly, hand it over to someone who will.

Many thanks.

Erm just to point out that the system for resetting passwords has now changed and now if you request a password reset, and haven't logged in after 24 hours, we admins get an email with the persons details on for us to action the request.


Because I got the admin email to remind me of that didn't i?

Nice of you to let us know by the way.

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Posted 29th Apr 2015 at 21:57
jeffers Forum Owner

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Post #9
6waysforward wrote:
jeffers wrote:
6waysforward wrote:
captainash wrote:
Erm?


Well f**k about, you remembered it.

Sort your s**t out and roll.

Please can you give forum moderators ( ie people that use it) proper admin responsibility and hand over the rains to someone that cares about the future of this club.

We all moan about it but with proper admin this place could be amazing and run properly could be a money making business for you.

We all like it here but I can't help but feel it's run purely by someone that feels a responsibility to keep it ticking over for the sake of a few quid.

This is not a p**s take of you but if your not going to moderate it properly, hand it over to someone who will.

Many thanks.

Erm just to point out that the system for resetting passwords has now changed and now if you request a password reset, and haven't logged in after 24 hours, we admins get an email with the persons details on for us to action the request.


Because I got the admin email to remind me of that didn't i?

Nice of you to let us know by the way.


The system has only been changed since the problem was highlighted last week, it actually changed on Monday or Tuesday this week, and contrary to popular belief we all have other things to do outside of this forum. I appreciate things can be frustrating but we admins do our best with the powers that we have.
So can we agree that progress has been made and maybe curb the anger a little seeing as we are trying to get things sorted as best we can?

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Posted 29th Apr 2015 at 22:32
6waysforward

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Post #10
jeffers wrote:
6waysforward wrote:
jeffers wrote:
6waysforward wrote:
captainash wrote:
Erm?


Well f**k about, you remembered it.

Sort your s**t out and roll.

Please can you give forum moderators ( ie people that use it) proper admin responsibility and hand over the rains to someone that cares about the future of this club.

We all moan about it but with proper admin this place could be amazing and run properly could be a money making business for you.

We all like it here but I can't help but feel it's run purely by someone that feels a responsibility to keep it ticking over for the sake of a few quid.

This is not a p**s take of you but if your not going to moderate it properly, hand it over to someone who will.

Many thanks.

Erm just to point out that the system for resetting passwords has now changed and now if you request a password reset, and haven't logged in after 24 hours, we admins get an email with the persons details on for us to action the request.


Because I got the admin email to remind me of that didn't i?

Nice of you to let us know by the way.


The system has only been changed since the problem was highlighted last week, it actually changed on Monday or Tuesday this week, and contrary to popular belief we all have other things to do outside of this forum. I appreciate things can be frustrating but we admins do our best with the powers that we have.
So can we agree that progress has been made and maybe curb the anger a little seeing as we are trying to get things sorted as best we can?


I have no problem with admin apart from your limited powers appointed to you by some tanned git.

My problem is with a certain someone who will not give up command who no longer cares about the future of the forum.

It's good that you now have the power to sort passwords, now if you could only run the place??????

Also there is no anger from me, if ash don't care then f**k him.

I know he is reading this. If you want to make money, moderate this forum properly or give it up.

The forum will carry on on Facebook or g7 will take over. Up to you mate.

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Posted 29th Apr 2015 at 22:46
Niall

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Post #11
Im in agreement with Ben. Despite the recent changes for password updates, Ash needs to either step up and look after this forum or hand over the reins. The same thing happened with .net 3 years ago and look what happened there! Especially when its a paid for service, its take the p**s big time when things don't get fixed and up until this week, people couldnt even access their accounts for weeks!
Jeffers, i appreciate your efforts but despite your title, you as well as the others are just a moderator. Although you guys do your job, the forum still needs a administrator to sort out the higher level stuff and take control!
Posted 29th Apr 2015 at 22:46
orta

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Post #12
Think we've all been calling for some quality owner-forum time for a while now. I'd buy the forum from him if the price was reasonable!

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Posted 30th Apr 2015 at 16:03
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Post #13
Laugh my ass off
This is so funny.

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Posted 30th Apr 2015 at 16:08
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Post #14
jeffers wrote:
The system has only been changed since the problem was highlighted last week



it has been a problem for about two years at a guess.

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Posted 30th Apr 2015 at 16:17
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Post #15
welshpug! wrote:
jeffers wrote:
The system has only been changed since the problem was highlighted last week



it has been a problem for about two years at a guess.

Well you know more than me.... Thumbs up I knew there had been the odd issue but hadnt realised the problem was virtually everytime someone requested a new log in. Anyway that particular problem has been sorted now.

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Posted 30th Apr 2015 at 16:20
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Post #16
Has anyone ever met Ash? Is he really tanned?

In think propoer Admin rights for the admins would be a good thing, im happy to police them if you dont trust them Ash Police LOL

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Posted 30th Apr 2015 at 16:25

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