David Kilpatrick wrote:DPRreview puts up a notice telling me I am banned when I try to log in. I can read posts - anyone can read posts, you don't have to log in to do so.
David Kilpatrick wrote:But you can not read 'My Threads' (only logged in dPreview readers can do that), post replies, view details of posters to send personal messages, or anything else. I appear to be banned permanently, officially because I launched into Richard Butler's immature use of the word 'slovenly' to describe the frames per second shooting rate of the A350. It happens to be the fastest shooting rate of any live view DSLR! The changed the report, and banned me.
David Kilpatrick wrote:I have read the threads and as usual, attempted a login:
Which I assume means I remain banned. However, I'm not sure I want to return to dPreview's forums with a feeling of being an unwelcome visitor - or under scrutiny.
bakubo wrote:Yes, I agree that dpreview has the best forum software design I have seen. I am fairly sure they wrote their own. The software that this forum, dyxum, and many other internet forums use is not as good in a few important ways. The photo.net forum software, I believe, was written by Philip Greenspun some years ago, but it is more like the software here than the software at dpreview. Here are some of the major things I prefer about the dpreview software:
Carlj wrote:Judging by the response David got at DP re: the ban, if half of the posts appeared here, we'd be deluged whenever we hit the unread posts button
BTW, can I sub to the mag via paper formats?
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