Originally Posted by Michael B
As this was in response to a question on this forum, It is not my call as to how or where this information is to be used.
To make this a new thread on another forum based solely upon my response is possibly undermining this forum.
I'm an academic scientist, myself - biological.
I'm along mindset of the more information is freely shared, the better.
It is not my intent to open a new thread on RD.net, based solely on your response above, but rather, to add to the thread already there, as-with what was done, at Veil Guy
's request, a few posts before.
I do not recall the rules of this forum but you may wish to read them in their entirity before cross-posting to any other forums.
I make it a point to always read such, before actively posting in any on-line community/Forum. I've been on-line since there was an on-line (as a part of academic science, participating in the early days of what was then to be the Internet, as well as for recreation, via BBSs), and yes, this has always been my own personal rule, that I ask, before I re-post or cross-post, and that I also, in a most rudimentary and non-formal way, cite sources, to both give credit where credit is due, as well as to insure that the information shared is accurate, per the original poster/writer.
The only rule I remember, from the community "Mission Statements" ( MISSION STATEMENT: Forum Rules and Posting Etiquette
) that applies here is, I think:
Originally Posted by Speed Trap Hunter
[*][size=1]DO NOT copy or post content located on this forum by any user to any other website or forum, without the expressed written consent from the poster/author.
Which is why I asked for your permission.
I would not want you do do anything to go against the rules set forth in this forum.
^ And I thank you, for making sure that I stay in the good graces of our host, as well as the general community here!
And finally, as this reply comes late, for both you and Veil Guy
, would you mind my prompting the guys over at RD.net to give these latest responses a read, and also post the last two replies above, from the both of you, respectively, to the appropriate ongoing RD.net thread on the 9500ci RADAR mounting concerns?
The discussion above is tremendously informative, and I think will be of-benefit to the entire community.