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Discussion in 'Beta Feedback [Archive]' started by neil, Feb 17, 2011.
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My eyes hurt.
I think nile guide is a feed, not a human being, so it doesn't care about your eyes.
I figured it was a feed... otherwise it would be a really awful, terrible person.
Nile Guide is a test of an available feature of auto-adding select information into a forum. As I noted in my initial welcome, this is but a test and there are certainly plans to tweek the amount and type of feed it has. As the community grows, it will not be so noticeable and at first when we launched it, we took everything in its pipeline so there was an overload to begin with. We've got a few more things to devote to tech (our big change tomorrow evening in hosting platforms) and then we begin the process of tuning the content which this will be part of. So please keep in mind that there are any number of test areas and concepts in play right now and until they are tweeked they may not appear to be useful or worthy. Having said that, it is entirely likely that at launch we may not feature or use the test ideas of the content feed from Nile Guide, the test idea of ConcourseZ or the test idea of Local Point among others being tested. Appreciate your feedback and hope this info helps address the concern. Thanks.
Thanks for the reply, Randy. I hope you know my original post was in jest... sort of. Can't wait for the other tech tweaks.
We're just upset because Nile Guide won't "like" us.
Perhaps the OP would be better served by Neil Guide.
This is very interesting. I didn't know Nile Guide is a auto-adding tool.
Now, if it can auto-upgrade all of my flights!
everything but Alitalia!
That calls for my classic Alitalia 767 masking tape seats photo. Also, note the generous seat pitch.
Boooo! No fair!
This has to be a old photo and aircraft. And I don't believe its Alitalia!! Looks like Peoples Express!!!
Oct. 2004, 767
Nile guide mostly inaccurate and out of date info.