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It would have to be heavily edited by 'in the know' moderators to keep it purely informative. I do think that some basic tips on how to use the forum would be handy though... like adding to old similar/identical question threads rather than starting another thread.
Like I said, it depends how you format it ;) I will be integrating the Google search to the site as suggested by Hi5. This should improve searching abilities within the forum as far as search criteria goes. Most people can cope with google search
The FAQ has been suggested numberous times. I don't see it working for the reasons the original poster mentioned, for the same reason that the search is not used more....... It's easier and more effortless to just ask. It's that simple!
I'm not against having a FAQ, but it needs to be implemented, verified and controlled properly. Until we can do that its not going to appear.
I agree whole-heartedly. The forum I frequent for my other car has an extensive FAQ that covers all the basic differences betwen the various models, directly swapable parts, and other newbie type issues. I have always felt this info is severely lacking in the Skyline community (speaking as a bit of a newbie).
I couldn't agree more with the suggestion for an abbreviation & acronym section.
As a newbie to Skylines, I might understand cars & mechanics in general, but there are so many of these sets of initials, I must spend as much time investigating what they mean as I do searching for the info I wanted in the first place !