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The "Travel" board -- not visible when not logged in
« on: June 13, 2017, 10:54:17 PM »

I was perusing the forum without being logged in today and noticed that the "Travel" board isn't visible when you're not logged in. What's the rationale for this? I know why "Fictional" and "Illustrations" are not visible to non-members, but why the "Travel" board? I'd think "Off-Topic" would be more of a candidate for being invisible to non-members than "Travel."
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Re: The "Travel" board -- not visible when not logged in
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2017, 11:13:06 PM »

I was perusing the forum without being logged in today and noticed that the "Travel" board isn't visible when you're not logged in. What's the rationale for this? I know why "Fictional" and "Illustrations" are not visible to non-members, but why the "Travel" board? I'd think "Off-Topic" would be more of a candidate for being invisible to non-members than "Travel."

Travel is probably invisible because it doesn't have to specifically be road-related discussions.

Also, Off-Topic and Mass Transit are invisible to non-members, I'm pretty sure.

EDIT: Turns out Off-Topic is visible to nonmembers.
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Re: The "Travel" board -- not visible when not logged in
« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2017, 11:17:56 PM »

I was perusing the forum without being logged in today and noticed that the "Travel" board isn't visible when you're not logged in. What's the rationale for this?

I thought I read the rationale as being that these threads may contain semi-sensitive information—disclosing the travel plans of specific members on particular days—and therefore should be kept from outsiders’ eyes.



Edited to add: No, information about travel itineraries would be on the Road Trips board, not Travel. And Road Trips is visible to non-members. (As is the Road Enthusiast Meets board, and that frequently contains ultra-specific itinerary information.)

Perhaps Travel is hidden from non-members for the same reason that Off-Topic should be?
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Re: The "Travel" board -- not visible when not logged in
« Reply #3 on: June 13, 2017, 11:53:55 PM »

I was perusing the forum without being logged in today and noticed that the "Travel" board isn't visible when you're not logged in. What's the rationale for this?

I thought I read the rationale as being that these threads may contain semi-sensitive information—disclosing the travel plans of specific members on particular days—and therefore should be kept from outsiders’ eyes.



Edited to add: No, information about travel itineraries would be on the Road Trips board, not Travel. And Road Trips is visible to non-members. (As is the Road Enthusiast Meets board, and that frequently contains ultra-specific itinerary information.)

Perhaps Travel is hidden from non-members for the same reason that Off-Topic should be?

And Mass Transit...don't want a bunch of anti-road, pro-mass-transit people flooding this forum...
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« Reply #4 on: June 14, 2017, 11:29:12 PM »

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And Mass Transit...don't want a bunch of anti-road, pro-mass-transit people flooding this forum...

To be fair, there's nothing stopping them from creating their own accounts and, as long as they adhere to the guidelines, posting.  In point of fact, I know of a few that do have accounts here.
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Re: The "Travel" board -- not visible when not logged in
« Reply #5 on: June 15, 2017, 12:34:11 PM »

I think the idea is that, by hiding the forums, people who aren't already registered will be less likely to know they even exist.  Trouble is, the question comes up so often in this forum that it's not as effective as it could be.
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Re: The "Travel" board -- not visible when not logged in
« Reply #6 on: June 15, 2017, 01:40:29 PM »

I was perusing the forum without being logged in today and noticed that the "Travel" board isn't visible when you're not logged in. What's the rationale for this?

I thought I read the rationale as being that these threads may contain semi-sensitive information—disclosing the travel plans of specific members on particular days—and therefore should be kept from outsiders’ eyes.



Edited to add: No, information about travel itineraries would be on the Road Trips board, not Travel. And Road Trips is visible to non-members. (As is the Road Enthusiast Meets board, and that frequently contains ultra-specific itinerary information.)

Perhaps Travel is hidden from non-members for the same reason that Off-Topic should be?

Doubtful. Some of us are easily identifiable from our user names here, but names like "vdeane" and "froggie" and "roadguy2" don't really give any clues as to a poster's true identity. And even if your user name is "oscar" -- well, how many thousands of people named Oscar are there in the world?

Of course, I'd prefer that everyone here be identified by real name and not hide behind a user name so everyone knows who they're talking with.
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Re: The "Travel" board -- not visible when not logged in
« Reply #7 on: June 15, 2017, 02:05:52 PM »

I was perusing the forum without being logged in today and noticed that the "Travel" board isn't visible when you're not logged in. What's the rationale for this?

I thought I read the rationale as being that these threads may contain semi-sensitive information—disclosing the travel plans of specific members on particular days—and therefore should be kept from outsiders’ eyes.



Edited to add: No, information about travel itineraries would be on the Road Trips board, not Travel. And Road Trips is visible to non-members. (As is the Road Enthusiast Meets board, and that frequently contains ultra-specific itinerary information.)

Perhaps Travel is hidden from non-members for the same reason that Off-Topic should be?

Doubtful. Some of us are easily identifiable from our user names here, but names like "vdeane" and "froggie" and "roadguy2" don't really give any clues as to a poster's true identity. And even if your user name is "oscar" -- well, how many thousands of people named Oscar are there in the world?

Of course, I'd prefer that everyone here be identified by real name and not hide behind a user name so everyone knows who they're talking with.
Road enthusiast meetings has photos of people. I am confused why travel is hidden. Road trips and road enthusiasts meeting have more personal information.
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Re: The "Travel" board -- not visible when not logged in
« Reply #8 on: June 15, 2017, 07:35:15 PM »

I was perusing the forum without being logged in today and noticed that the "Travel" board isn't visible when you're not logged in. What's the rationale for this?

I thought I read the rationale as being that these threads may contain semi-sensitive information—disclosing the travel plans of specific members on particular days—and therefore should be kept from outsiders’ eyes.



Edited to add: No, information about travel itineraries would be on the Road Trips board, not Travel. And Road Trips is visible to non-members. (As is the Road Enthusiast Meets board, and that frequently contains ultra-specific itinerary information.)

Perhaps Travel is hidden from non-members for the same reason that Off-Topic should be?

Doubtful. Some of us are easily identifiable from our user names here, but names like "vdeane" and "froggie" and "roadguy2" don't really give any clues as to a poster's true identity. And even if your user name is "oscar" -- well, how many thousands of people named Oscar are there in the world?

Of course, I'd prefer that everyone here be identified by real name and not hide behind a user name so everyone knows who they're talking with.
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Re: The "Travel" board -- not visible when not logged in
« Reply #9 on: June 16, 2017, 04:30:54 AM »

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And Mass Transit...don't want a bunch of anti-road, pro-mass-transit people flooding this forum...

To be fair, there's nothing stopping them from creating their own accounts and, as long as they adhere to the guidelines, posting.  In point of fact, I know of a few that do have accounts here.


The point is that you join the forums because you want to participate in the roads discussions that you can see while you're lurking, then when you register you find the hidden forums as a bonus and can post to them if it interests you. We don't want people to join if they are only going to post in those two forums—just posting in fictional and nowhere else doesn't really add much value to the forum unless you can create a fictional world everyone gets sucked into and wants to live in (and if you can why aren't you writing books about it?), and we don't want to attract a large community of anti-road transit advocates that spill out into the other forums and shame people for liking the idea of having an interstate built. (It wouldn't be much fun for anyone if every I-69 thread were filled with "think of how many buses you could buy with this money" every third post.)

For Travel it is a little bit of the safety issue and a little bit of the same as the other two, as we want roadgeeks to have a place to enjoy commenting on their travels, which are not likely to be to the sort of places you might find in travel magazines ("ugh, why would you even thing about staying in Vicksburg, Mississippi? Let me give you an exhaustive review of every hotel in Cabo San Lucas so you can go on a real trip..."). Less likely to happen than the other two forums, but not really something I think anyone would want to deal with.
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Re: The "Travel" board -- not visible when not logged in
« Reply #10 on: June 16, 2017, 08:14:36 AM »

For Travel it is a little bit of the safety issue and a little bit of the same as the other two, as we want roadgeeks to have a place to enjoy commenting on their travels, which are not likely to be to the sort of places you might find in travel magazines ("ugh, why would you even thing about staying in Vicksburg, Mississippi? Let me give you an exhaustive review of every hotel in Cabo San Lucas so you can go on a real trip..."). Less likely to happen than the other two forums, but not really something I think anyone would want to deal with.

But that would go in the Road Trips category.
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« Reply #11 on: June 16, 2017, 08:23:17 AM »

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And Mass Transit...don't want a bunch of anti-road, pro-mass-transit people flooding this forum...

To be fair, there's nothing stopping them from creating their own accounts and, as long as they adhere to the guidelines, posting.  In point of fact, I know of a few that do have accounts here.


The point is that you join the forums because you want to participate in the roads discussions that you can see while you're lurking, then when you register you find the hidden forums as a bonus and can post to them if it interests you. We don't want people to join if they are only going to post in those two forums—just posting in fictional and nowhere else doesn't really add much value to the forum unless you can create a fictional world everyone gets sucked into and wants to live in (and if you can why aren't you writing books about it?), and we don't want to attract a large community of anti-road transit advocates that spill out into the other forums and shame people for liking the idea of having an interstate built. (It wouldn't be much fun for anyone if every I-69 thread were filled with "think of how many buses you could buy with this money" every third post.)

For Travel it is a little bit of the safety issue and a little bit of the same as the other two, as we want roadgeeks to have a place to enjoy commenting on their travels, which are not likely to be to the sort of places you might find in travel magazines ("ugh, why would you even thing about staying in Vicksburg, Mississippi? Let me give you an exhaustive review of every hotel in Cabo San Lucas so you can go on a real trip..."). Less likely to happen than the other two forums, but not really something I think anyone would want to deal with.

Lord knows any newspaper article favoring bicycles and mass transit that allows commenting usually attracts numerous anti-road people to the point where it's impossible to have any sort of discussion.  And I seriously doubt bus, train and bicycle forums would even entertain the thought of having a dedicated car topic in their forums.

I would love to figure out that community a little, actually.  I happened to be in a parking lot of a store near an state road intersection to my house.  I noticed a traffic counter person at the intersection.  I also noticed a lot of bicyclists going thru the intersection.  And I mean, a LOT of bicyclists.  Every time one would come thru, the traffic counter person would mark her little clipboard.  She wasn't concerned about anything else.  Knowing this intersection a mile from my house, I can tell you that not only does this intersection see very few bicyclists, the normal bicyclist going thru this intersection is more of a local, and definitely not riding fairly expensive bicycles with helmets and bicycling gear.

It was clear that the bicycling community found out something about the traffic counter at the intersection ahead of time, and purposely arranged to have the cyclists park somewhere nearby and ride thru this intersection.  I didn't stick around or try to determine if the bicyclists were looping around to increase the count, although I would suspect that they would need to reverse their direction at some point to return to their origin.
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Re: The "Travel" board -- not visible when not logged in
« Reply #12 on: June 16, 2017, 09:28:21 AM »

just posting in fictional and nowhere else doesn't really add much value to the forum unless you can create a fictional world everyone gets sucked into and wants to live in (and if you can why aren't you writing books about it?)

Someone really should or should not write a book about Alanland.

I would love to figure out that community a little, actually.  I happened to be in a parking lot of a store near an state road intersection to my house.  I noticed a traffic counter person at the intersection.  I also noticed a lot of bicyclists going thru the intersection.  And I mean, a LOT of bicyclists.  Every time one would come thru, the traffic counter person would mark her little clipboard.  She wasn't concerned about anything else.  Knowing this intersection a mile from my house, I can tell you that not only does this intersection see very few bicyclists, the normal bicyclist going thru this intersection is more of a local, and definitely not riding fairly expensive bicycles with helmets and bicycling gear.

It was clear that the bicycling community found out something about the traffic counter at the intersection ahead of time, and purposely arranged to have the cyclists park somewhere nearby and ride thru this intersection.  I didn't stick around or try to determine if the bicyclists were looping around to increase the count, although I would suspect that they would need to reverse their direction at some point to return to their origin.

What is the purpose of this? Try to convince the state DOT that there's more bike traffic than there actually is, so that they will remove vehicle lanes and put bike lanes there instead?
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Re: The "Travel" board -- not visible when not logged in
« Reply #13 on: June 16, 2017, 03:08:04 PM »

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And Mass Transit...don't want a bunch of anti-road, pro-mass-transit people flooding this forum...

To be fair, there's nothing stopping them from creating their own accounts and, as long as they adhere to the guidelines, posting.  In point of fact, I know of a few that do have accounts here.


The point is that you join the forums because you want to participate in the roads discussions that you can see while you're lurking, then when you register you find the hidden forums as a bonus and can post to them if it interests you. We don't want people to join if they are only going to post in those two forums—just posting in fictional and nowhere else doesn't really add much value to the forum unless you can create a fictional world everyone gets sucked into and wants to live in (and if you can why aren't you writing books about it?), and we don't want to attract a large community of anti-road transit advocates that spill out into the other forums and shame people for liking the idea of having an interstate built. (It wouldn't be much fun for anyone if every I-69 thread were filled with "think of how many buses you could buy with this money" every third post.)

For Travel it is a little bit of the safety issue and a little bit of the same as the other two, as we want roadgeeks to have a place to enjoy commenting on their travels, which are not likely to be to the sort of places you might find in travel magazines ("ugh, why would you even thing about staying in Vicksburg, Mississippi? Let me give you an exhaustive review of every hotel in Cabo San Lucas so you can go on a real trip..."). Less likely to happen than the other two forums, but not really something I think anyone would want to deal with.
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Re: The "Travel" board -- not visible when not logged in
« Reply #14 on: June 16, 2017, 04:03:14 PM »

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We don't want people to join if they are only going to post in those two forums—just posting in fictional and nowhere else doesn't really add much value to the forum unless you can create a fictional world everyone gets sucked into and wants to live in

You're aware that we have a few people on this forum who fit this description to a T, right?

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Lord knows any newspaper article favoring bicycles and mass transit that allows commenting usually attracts numerous anti-road people to the point where it's impossible to have any sort of discussion.

That may be the case in Jersey, and while the end result is similar elsewhere, the means aren't.  In those areas I'm familiar with, such articles tend to attract more anti-bike and anti-transit commenters than they do anti-road comments...referring to DC, Norfolk, and Minneapolis specifically here.

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It was clear that the bicycling community found out something about the traffic counter at the intersection ahead of time, and purposely arranged to have the cyclists park somewhere nearby and ride thru this intersection.

Again, this may be a Jersey thing and possibly other areas, but not everywhere.  The bike/ped counts I'm familiar with in Minneapolis and the DC area are legit counts without the type of "inflation" you're referring to.
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« Reply #15 on: June 17, 2017, 03:00:25 AM »

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We don't want people to join if they are only going to post in those two forums—just posting in fictional and nowhere else doesn't really add much value to the forum unless you can create a fictional world everyone gets sucked into and wants to live in

You're aware that we have a few people on this forum who fit this description to a T, right?

Why do you think we changed it so it isn't visible to non-logged-in users? ;)
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You think of how many buses we can buy instead of building I-69...so many that we need to build I-69. :spin:
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« Reply #17 on: June 17, 2017, 03:53:02 PM »

You think of how many buses we can buy instead of building I-69...so many that we need to build I-69. :spin:
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« Reply #18 on: June 17, 2017, 03:55:58 PM »

You think of how many buses we can buy instead of building I-69...so many that we need to build I-69. :spin:
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« Reply #19 on: June 17, 2017, 05:05:00 PM »

You think of how many buses we can buy instead of building I-69...so many that we need to build I-69. :spin:
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See from few posts back...though the last part makes no sense looking back.

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« Reply #20 on: June 17, 2017, 05:21:25 PM »

We don't want people to join if they are only going to post in those two forums—just posting in fictional and nowhere else doesn't really add much value to the forum unless you can create a fictional world everyone gets sucked into and wants to live in

Like Alanland.  :bigass:
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« Reply #21 on: June 17, 2017, 05:36:11 PM »

You think of how many buses we can buy instead of building I-69...so many that we need to build I-69. :spin:
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See from few posts back...though the last part makes no sense looking back.

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« Reply #22 on: June 17, 2017, 11:19:16 PM »

You think of how many buses we can buy instead of building I-69...so many that we need to build I-69. :spin:
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See from few posts back...though the last part makes no sense looking back.

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Source material...




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« Reply #23 on: June 17, 2017, 11:51:45 PM »

You think of how many buses we can buy instead of building I-69...so many that we need to build I-69. :spin:

Maybe you could scrap those buses for parts and recycle the parts to help make the asphalt to pave I-69.  :rolleyes:
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