GPZList Digest, Vol 20, Issue 23

Julian Solomensky jsolo at
Fri Jul 25 15:19:04 PDT 2008

David is quite correct.  It's real easy to setup a forum these days too... So simple even I could do it (and did). ..  The site does require registration though.  I post all my routes and trips there for the local concours owners (and chicagoland sport bikes [dot] com ) to share.

There's something called yabb (yet another bulletin board.  It's free for non commercial use, relatively easy to set up.  It runs using PERL.

I can even help admin it since i've been running it here for a little while now.

I have mine set up to not permit posting of any images.  I'll only host route files.  Everything else can be linked to, but has to be hosted elsewhere.  So far for the month of july i'm at about 130 MB of bandwidth.   Being a gpz1100 forum it'd probably use up more, depending how much activity it gets.

Friday, July 25, 2008, 5:12:20 PM, David  wrote:

> I must agree with Phil. Email is cumbersome, especially if you have to
> sort through digest mode. A forum based site is not perfect, but it's 
> there when you want to see it and not cluttering up your email when 
> you've got other things to do. I belong to several other forums and 
> visit them on a regular basis, and agree with Dave that I like to get an
> email when a thread I am watching gets a post. However, I can ignore 
> sections that I am not interested in. I don't have to follow the same 
> old tire and oil threads if I don't want to.

> Just my $.02 though. I appreciate the work that Dave has done on the 
> site over the years pro bono. Though I am no longer a GPZ owner, I enjoy
> the list and the camaraderie of the listees.

> Dave B

Best regards,
 Julian                            mailto:jsolo at

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