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    Is it worth setting up a forum to list useful websites we've found, so people don't have to spend ages search the web to find pinouts, parts, software etc?

    Just an idea.

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    I'm getting kinda tired of searching for certain things on the web. If I can find a decent place to be hosted at that allows CGI, I'll set a script up that will allow people to post a link to somewhere they feel is useful.

    There'd be different individual pages to post the links at that correspond with the information supplied on the web site.

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    OK, I am working on making a page, i am kind of basing the styling off of the MP3Car FAQ. I will post a link when i make some more progress.

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    [Edit] OK, i made a start and it has a couple things, but thats it, i need people to e-mail me with websites so i can add then, http://www.mp3car.com/usersites/mp3carlinks

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    Could some people please mail me some links? Thanks

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    Just sent you my whole bookmark file for MP3Car stuff. I like what you did so far, thanks for taking the time.
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    thanks everyone who has contributed the 250+ links, i will work on sorting through and adding them.

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    woohoo, i have 50 links in 9 categories so far, any suggestions would be great.

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    installing a script to allow anyone who visits the site to post a script instead of you having to update the HTML every time you want to ad a link.

    i personally think this would be a lot easier, just a thought.
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    probably, but i don't know how to script and hopefully there will be less junk this way.

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    If you need help with a script that will allow people to add to the link list, i wrote the script for bgoodman that is used for the mp3car faq http://www.mp3car.com/usersites/bgoodman/faq/

    But you are right about less rubish by manually adding it. Unless you set up some form of authentication...
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