<VV> Request for opinions regarding technical archive at virtualcorvairclub.com

Joe West joew at diveaz.com
Tue Oct 4 11:31:33 EDT 2005

Most of the responses I've received have said:

"Follow the layout of the shop manual"

Excellent suggestion, and I have already implemented the changes.

The sub-forums are not yet populated, but you can see the layout on the site


On 10/4/05 7:04 AM, "Joe West" <joew at diveaz.com> wrote:

> Hi Gang,
> Now that the archive is almost complete, I am going to begin organizing
> it... moving all of the off-topic material to another sub-forum (away from
> the technical material) and I'd like some opinions.  Here is what I'm
> thinking about for the breakdown (hierarchical structure) of the material:
> Technical Archive Forum
>     Engine sub-Forum
>         Posts
>     Suspension sub-Forum
>         Posts
>     Drivetrain sub-Forum
>         Posts
>     Body sub-Forum
>         Posts
>     Frequently Asked Questions sub-Forum
>         Posts
> Off-Topic Archive Forum
> Posts
> My purpose is two-fold.  First, I'd like to get the Off-Topic material
> separated from the technical material because the forum is so large, search
> response times will be sped up if I can put the off-topic material in its
> own sub-forum.
> Secondly, if the technical material is in separate categories, users could
> browse the material without having to do a search... which could be very
> useful if users don't know what to search for, or are simply browsing to
> gain knowledge.
> Here's how you can help.  If you have suggestions for how I break down the
> technical material (engine, suspension, drivetrain, etc) I would like to
> hear your suggestions.  I want the breakdown to be granular enough to be
> useful but not so fine that it is cumbersome to users.
> Suggestions?
> Joe West
> Administrator
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