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    Default Barry A sub foum thought for you

    One of the other foums that I go to has a Tutorial fourm Of great threads. That have been cleaned up as far as the junk things that have been add. I am thinking of Oldtimer's thread Raising Queen Cells Without Grafting as a starting one. Others to be add after it has ran it course.
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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    David -

    This has been discussed before and I still think it would be a great idea. I just don't have the time to put it together.

    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?t=240925

    It would take someone to search the archives, copy links to the various topics, and organize them into a nice FAQ. At that time, editing can be done on the threads to clean them up if needed.

    This list can then be posted, probably in the Welcome forum or Rules and Announcements Forum.
    Regards, Barry

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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    Barry i would help.

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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    Mike, that would be great!

    If we could get several topics covered to start with, I'll create the new spot for them. Once you get one done, simply email me the info and I'll start working on it. Once posted, people can see which ones are done and can be looking for other topics.
    Regards, Barry

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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    Quote Originally Posted by My-smokepole View Post
    I am thinking of Oldtimer's thread Raising Queen Cells Without Grafting as a starting one.
    I've already put that one onto a page of its own:
    http://www.beesource.com/resources/e...t-cell-method/
    Regards, Barry

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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    Let me know exactly what you want and what I need to do. I am volunteering for something I do not know a whole lot about, but want to help. I am a fast learner

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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    An example. I typed in "pollen patty recipe" in the search field on the home page (www.beesource.com).

    Many pages come up, but just on the first page, I get these threads:

    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?t=214515
    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?t=230354
    http://www.beesource.com/forums/arch.../t-234230.html
    http://www.beesource.com/forums/arch.../t-231174.html
    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?t=189529

    Because there are so many threads on this topic, one would have to sift through the threads and pull out the recipes along with pertinent discussion pertaining to each, if there is some. One of the threads has a place to buy egg yolks, etc. If we can get the core info out of these and into a single page of information, it would be really nice to point someone to it when THAT question comes up again. I don't think have just one thread singled out as THE thread on any topic will work. It would be better to merge the information from several threads into one.
    Regards, Barry

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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    OK. I will try to get on it next week. I will start a thread asking for suggestions on subjects.

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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    At the same time I can see people pointing you to the good ones. So there souldn't be a lot of hunting to start. Barry loved how you cleaned it up.
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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    Barry, I posted this-http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?p=623204#post623204

    Folks i need your help!

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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    I would take a subject as well.
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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    I'm working on pollen patties. How about feeding syrup? We always get threads on "how do I make sugar water syrup?" 2:1, 1:1? Lots out there on this.
    Regards, Barry

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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    Lobo, please work on Syrup...let me get my club program written (I waited to the last minute) and then i will have more time. Told Barry I will start on equipment manufacture, Specifically Bottoms/pallets, always start from the bottom up!

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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    ok i will work on it this weekend. What format do you want it in? I was thinking of writing an intro and than copying text from post(crediting the author and a link to the post).
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    Default Re: Barry A sub foum thought for you

    Barry Said whatever, he will just convert it, i will most likely use MS word.

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