RULES OF IN-DEPTH

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RULES OF IN-DEPTH

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This forum is for in-depth discussion. Any threads that do not conform to this definition will be treated as trolling.

Threads themselves will be moderated as official threads.

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Thank you kindly.
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And where may I find the aforementioned definition for 'in-depth' ?
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i remember this section on the forum a few years back, it was very good and informative! glad to see it back

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SenseiFed wrote:And where may I find the aforementioned definition for 'in-depth' ?

"In-Depth is defined as technical or statistical threads which are less likely to interest casual fans".

How's that?

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P-F1 Mod wrote:
SenseiFed wrote:And where may I find the aforementioned definition for 'in-depth' ?

"In-Depth is defined as technical or statistical threads which are less likely to interest casual fans".

How's that?


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Oooh, it's been a while! Looking forward to seeing what this sub-forum has to offer, thanks Mods! :)
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I was a big fan of the old in-depth forum. There were some great, if sometimes far over my head, conversations in there that were truly interesting. Glad it makes it's triumphant return.

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Thank you :)

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Excellent, this could be the saviour of the forum.

Incidentally, are the various threads that already exist and that would definitely be considered "in-depth" to be transferred over here too, or, as I suspect, would that simply be too much of a pain in the pickle?

edit - ooh, "quick reply", me likey.
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It's an absolute "pain in the pickle". I'll do it later though.

EDIT: Actually, if you think threads deserve to be in here, report them and write that.

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Tar very much, that seems entirely fair to me. I might well have a bit of a search through latter, but, then again, it would be a pain in the pickle, so i might not. Thanks again though.
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P-F1 Mod wrote:
SenseiFed wrote:And where may I find the aforementioned definition for 'in-depth' ?

"In-Depth is defined as technical or statistical threads which are less likely to interest casual fans".

How's that?

What about more philosophical treatises and historical analyses? :]

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Guia wrote:
P-F1 Mod wrote:
SenseiFed wrote:And where may I find the aforementioned definition for 'in-depth' ?

"In-Depth is defined as technical or statistical threads which are less likely to interest casual fans".

How's that?

What about more philosophical treatises and historical analyses? :]

That sounds rather off-topic to me, Guia ;)

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It's back! Great stuff.

Now all PF1 needs is a "birdbath" forum for all the bickering. :D

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thank god, i was really getting sick of the fanboyism in the other threads. Thanks mods, i was beginning to lose faith
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P-F1 Mod wrote:
Guia wrote:
P-F1 Mod wrote:
SenseiFed wrote:And where may I find the aforementioned definition for 'in-depth' ?

"In-Depth is defined as technical or statistical threads which are less likely to interest casual fans".

How's that?

What about more philosophical treatises and historical analyses? :]

That sounds rather off-topic to me, Guia ;)
Not necessarily! Admittedly, I would have to be content to read what others would post, but any post by Guia has my interest. :)
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Nice addition to the forum

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Nxet_DK wrote:Nice addition to the forum


Agreed,

One question though mods, is there any chance we could have a copy of the F1 regulations on here? maybe indexed in the announcement sections? would be incredibly handy. I'd start a thread but it'd need more than that.

Is that too much work?


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Awesome Blinky you are a gent.

it would be good if these links had their own locked thread at the top of the IN DEPTH section, for reference purposes in threads from both catagories?

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fourearedfox wrote:


Awesome Blinky you are a gent.

it would be good if these links had their own locked thread at the top of the IN DEPTH section, for reference purposes in threads from both catagories?


Thank you mods also, hopefully this nurtures a culture of reading up before making inane comments in the forums. Something i have been guilty of also...

Thanks!!

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Just to clarify: in-depth posting means no superfluous posts, as they disrupt the flow of debate.

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Just when I found myself reading PF1 less and less due to the trolling, there is a glimmer of sunshine...and rational conversation. Thanks!

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