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Posted by  Kevin Matthews on March 09, 2003 at 11:43:40:

In Reply to:  Re: I understand... but.. posted by Simple Simon on March 09, 2003 at 11:30:09:

Well, looking back over the Architecture Students Forum postings of the last ten days, I see contributions from about five different posters I'd identify as design professionals.

In any case, you've really just got to post in the right place and take your chances. Otherwise the social contract of the forums is degraded, and everyone loses.

If you want to increase the chances of your inquiry getting a good response, put the energy into improving the question, rather than into spamming the forums (and rather than into arguing forum policy with the moderator ;-).

For instance, why is this question being asked? What kind of project does it pertain to? What kinds of places have you already looked for answers? What did they say or not say? Can you make the question more specific (just for instance to one or a few particular structural systems)?

A better question has a better chance of getting a better response. Focus that. They say half the answer is in asking the right question. Do your half, and you've already come out way ahead -- even if there isn't a response!

 
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