Joined: 13 Mar 2007
Location: Netherlands and Kazakhstan
|Mar 13, 2007 2:16 pm
|Welcome to the Computer Interfacing forums on the lammertbies.nl website. After more than ten years of existence on the internet and thousands of email conversations with visitors, I finally decided to put up a forum on the website to discuss all kinds of computer interfacing issues.
If the static pages on this site don't give you the right answer on a specific topic, maybe one of the other users of the site can. I'll hope that this extra service will expand the user experience of the site.
Keep in mind that--although the site is on a Dutch domain--users are from nearly two hundred countries around the world. Therefore English should be used in asking questions are posting answers.
The forum is put up in good faith. Don't abuse it for your own profit. You should observe the following rules before starting a new topic or replying to an existing thread.
- Don't use the site to promote your own services or products.
- You are not allowed to include links to sites. This is a discussion board, not a links directory.
- You are not allowed to include code or code snippets in your posts of which you do not own the intellectual property rights. Please keep in mind that "fair use" is only recognized in US law and not in other countries.
- Stay on topic. Start a new thread in the appropriate forum when needed.
- Don't post one topic in multiple threads. This is considered spam and will cause all posts to be deleted.
- Add value in your post. "Me too" and "bump" type of posts will be deleted.
- No public discussions on moderation policy. Discussions via email are welcome.
- Signatures and avatars do not add value to the discussions. Therefore the usage of signatures and avatars is disabled. You may sign a post with your name, but additional info is likely to be deleted to keep the threads readable.
- No politics or religious topics are allowed. World leaders are not capable of solving those problems, and so are we.
Posts not confirming to these rules will be deleted or moderated, whichever is more appropriate.
These rules can changes without prior notice.