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Old 03-09-2013, 09:50 PM
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I fully agree lLburou's Treasure Archives should be a sticky! Love this Thread!

Maybe we are using the wrong tool. Maybe we should create a Poll and put it up to a vote (if that hasn't been done already). I've never started a Poll myself - don't know if a lowly Laborer can pull that off...but I'll try.
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Old 03-09-2013, 09:57 PM
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Ive been to a few forums where the whole front page is nothing but stickies, its ugly.
Im sure anyone with forum knowledge can find it without it being a sticky thread.
If they havent forum knowledge then they will learn, just like we all did, how much hand holding can you do?
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Old 03-10-2013, 06:04 AM
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I can live with the thread not being a sticky. I do believe however, that a familiarity with the site and how it works overshadows how difficult it is for someone (new) to find the best, 'stick to the plans' information and techniques available here. That is why I made the thread. The thread leaves out some pretty awesome oven threads, which may be why it is not a sticky.

We are fortunate to have such a resource as fornobravo, even more, to have it without a barrage of advertising. And for that, I say thanks to James and his staff!!

Brickie, I agree with you and think stickies can be consolidated and abbreviated to improve the site, but that takes quite a bit of effort and familiarity with the software and is a drain on resources (BTW, I'm available and have the skill and experience to do that).

Its a great day to fire my oven, I'm sure about that. Glad to be a part of this awesome membership.
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Well I believe everyone is right here. So we can help keep the thread from being lost in the masses by replying to the thread once in a while if the mods don't want to stick it.
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It would be good to see the dome spreadsheet calculator added to the list at the beginning of this post.

http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f28/...tor-18131.html (Dome spreadsheet calculator)

Common questions answered in this post for newbies.

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Good idea.......what do you think Lee?
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It would be good to see the dome spreadsheet calculator added to the list at the beginning of this post.

http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f28/...tor-18131.html (Dome spreadsheet calculator)

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Done, thanks for the suggestion!
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I've added a link to the "What's cooking at Karangi Kitchen" thread. The thread shows how to cook just about anything in a wood fired oven. I thought it would help motivate someone in the process of getting a wood fired oven to see what it can do. Does anyone know where to find Brickie's e-book?
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Does anyone know where to find Brickie's e-book?

Amazon.com: brickie: Kindle Store

I had a link in my sig but it got deleted. I must be too much competition for them.....
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