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Offline plyonsMC9

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Hi busnuts,

Please welcome Mike (High Tech Redneck) to our team working on the MAK BBS and soon-to-be wiki.  Mike will be managing the wiki project for us, but has offered valuable assistance in the past during his membership on the board.  I know we'll hear more from him as he organizes all the resources we've accumulated these past few years.  He may even be doing some recruiting -    Thanks to Jim (H3Jim) for offering the "wiki challenge" and getting this project off the ground.    ;D

None of this would be happening without such a great group of folks dedicated to helping each other with this unusual hobby.

Best Regards to all, and welcome Mike!

Phil Lyons
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Sounds great.  I wasn't sure if the difficutlies would overshadow the benefits. I'm glad the potential is being explored further. It seems as if the Wiki can make the tremendous communal knowledge we have easier to access for everyone.

So thanks to Mike and Phil and everyone else that's involved so far.
Jim Stewart
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Hi busnuts,

Please welcome Mike (High Tech Redneck) to our team working on the MAK BBS and soon-to-be wiki.  Mike will be managing the wiki project for us, but has offered valuable assistance in the past during his membership on the board.  I know we'll hear more from him as he organizes all the resources we've accumulated these past few years.  He may even be doing some recruiting -    Thanks to Jim (H3Jim) for offering the "wiki challenge" and getting this project off the ground.    ;D

None of this would be happening without such a great group of folks dedicated to helping each other with this unusual hobby.

Best Regards to all, and welcome Mike!

Phil Lyons


Hey I think I know that guy! LOL! Welcome Mike & Thanks H3Jim. And again as usual thanks to MAK & all the moderators for all you do here to provide us with the best bus nut board there is! ;D  BK  ;D
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Thank you MAK and Phil for supporting this new venture for our community.  I am confident that it will become a vital resource for all of us.

I am creating a new thread for gathering everyone's suggestions on how to make it most useful:

http://www.busconversions.com/bbs/index.php?topic=8906.new#new

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Sound great!

Thanks MAK and to all that making this a better board still.

I know it take commitments to keep it going.

Wish you all the supports you needs.

Take care, Jerry

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Hi Mike,

Welcome!

If you need anything, just let us know..

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