I don't know what the admins did but response time is a whole lot better and thank you.
At the scale they advertise being they should know well before we do and be able to rectify it. It is a free resource but we are the product. Without us no content, no clicks. If the owners are going to market the depth and scale of the site network they should be able back that up. If this were owned/run by an enthusiast community I'm more forgiving but for a company that purports to be as big as they are it's downright embarrassing. It would be the equivalent of going to SEMA claiming to be some sort of big time builder and not being able to get your cars to run well.I’m guilty on this one myself, but if they don’t know they can’t fix it.
It's running ok right now...how's that.I find it interesting that now VMF is running Ok we’re not hearing from the complainers. Just saying.
Hey... to be fair to Aslan, he got the opinion of one member and didn't hear anything for a couple hours before he posted his comment :idea: :roflao:It's running ok right now...how's that.
Oh and my dinner was cooked just right so I'm not complaining about it being burned.
Also, the air is breathable...
WTF...who complains when it's working like it should?
Let's see, thank you Ole VMF for providing me with a website that actually works...C'mon...
It's not a technology issue. It's an implementation and business case issue. They have plenty of tech at their disposal if they choose to implement it.For those that are actually in charge here and if interested, that forum is powered by vBulletin and hosted on HiVelocity. Those may be competing companies to VMF owners, but it seems it may be worth a look into their technologies and how or if they can be utilized to make the users experiences here better. Just a thought.