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the new review grid system

 
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Currently, we have the book review grid - which has worked out AWESOME! And people can still add reviews to the grid - get details here.

And now devaka has upgraded it so that we can make oodles of review grids.

So here are a few of my initial ideas:

DVDs and videos
youtube channels
horticultural tools
online courses
PDCs
web sites
podcasts
homesteading animals
cold climate plants
warm climate plants
natural building techniqes
alternative energy techniques
building tools
chainsaws

And just for giggles in meaningless drivel:

movies
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To create a review grid, we first need to have three or more things to review. And each of those things needs a thread that says "here is a thing" and then there has to be at least one reply where the very first line is "I give this book 7 out of 10 acorns." or how ever many out of 10 you want to give it.

Anybody have any other suggestions for review categories?
 
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A big thank you to Devaka and Paul for making this sytem.

I know the book review grid is a big hit.

We now have a seed source review grid - https://permies.com/wiki/76171/official-permies-Seed-Source-Review

Thanks again guys!  

I think it would be fun to make more grids, but it looks like I need some reviews first.
 
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I think maybe only starting one at a time would be a good idea to get each one reasonably populated before starting the next
Also latest seed grid looks poor on my mobile , is this to be expected ?

David
 
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David Livingston wrote:I think maybe only starting one at a time would be a good idea to get each one reasonably populated before starting the next
Also latest seed grid looks poor on my mobile , is this to be expected ?

David



Can a mobile do a screen shot?  
 
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Can a mobile do a sceen shot ?
Give in , no idea :-)
Can I do a screen shot on my mark3 iPhone nope beyond my current magical abilitys :-(
Maybe other folks can pipe in and say what they can see  :-)

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David Livingston wrote:Can a mobile do a sceen shot ?
Give in , no idea :-)
Can I do a screen shot on my mark3 iPhone nope beyond my current magical abilitys :-(
Maybe other folks can pipe in and say what they can see  :-)

David



Here's one from my S7 with firefox. Right page?
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