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fozl
21-10-2010, 12:38
Quote Originally Posted by zydron
Well say it to your boss :P

Mr. Klaba (Octave) is your CEO right?
"Imperator", "Ceaser", "Tzar", "Capo di Tutti Capi"... these titles would all be much more fun in my opinion. However CEO or MD will have to suffice.

He posts as "oles@ovh.net" by the way.

zydron
20-10-2010, 18:19
Well say it to your boss :P

Mr. Klaba (Octave) is your CEO right?

fozl
20-10-2010, 18:15
It's something I would like to do actually, but there are internal considerations to be er... considered.

So for now we keep things as they are.

Myatu
20-10-2010, 18:12
I'll second that. It would encourage the currently "dead" forums to be more active as well, if it's part of a larger, much more active single forum. And it'll also be a little easier for those who are multi-lingual...

Razakel
20-10-2010, 14:49
Quote Originally Posted by AdamD
Really doesn't make sense having forums all over the place, really.

In theory, there should be a single forum, with categories for each language/area, on one domain (say, ovh.com)
Probably a good idea, really. People visit the UK forum because it's the most active. There's no reason all forums can't be merged together, with subforums for other languages.

AdamD
19-10-2010, 23:24
Really doesn't make sense having forums all over the place, really.

In theory, there should be a single forum, with categories for each language/area, on one domain (say, ovh.com)

zydron
18-10-2010, 12:01
Quote Originally Posted by Andy
Spot on, so wasted effort on everyone's behalf!

OVH, please listen? We love you, really we do Remember customers are always right!
The customer is king indeed
but (in this case) OVH is emperor

or just like I say in dutch:
"De klant is koning, maar de leverancier is keizer"
"The client is king, but the vendor is emperor"

Andy
18-10-2010, 09:45
Quote Originally Posted by AdamD
But OVH won't listen!
Spot on, so wasted effort on everyone's behalf!

OVH, please listen? We love you, really we do Remember customers are always right!

AdamD
18-10-2010, 09:43
Quote Originally Posted by Winit
The members have spoken. :P
But OVH won't listen!

Andy
17-10-2010, 19:49
Quote Originally Posted by DigitalDaz
Oles thinks we all speak French anyway
Champagne?

DigitalDaz
17-10-2010, 15:45
Quote Originally Posted by zydron
The category is for the multilingual thingy you know

french don't speak english very well as you know... (example)
Oles thinks we all speak French anyway

MicroChip123
16-10-2010, 22:00
Quote Originally Posted by zydron
The category is for the multilingual thingy you know

french don't speak english very well as you know... (example)
Just merge the Ireland forum with the UK forum and there will be no language problem.

zydron
16-10-2010, 21:42
The category is for the multilingual thingy you know

french don't speak english very well as you know... (example)

MicroChip123
16-10-2010, 20:36
Or just let the us put a flag next to our username so ovh know which country we are from.

Winit
16-10-2010, 19:49
The members have spoken. :P

zydron
16-10-2010, 12:35
+1 for the idea

Every subsidiare its own category
Searching for solutions is then also easier for the customer

layman
16-10-2010, 12:28
Yes, they should merge all subsidiary forums into one and provide subforum or sections for each specific subsidiary.

It is very inconvenient and more work to maintain separate forums for each subsidiary.

1 Location, 1 place to get help, 1 place to give help, 1 place to find what's happening, 1 place to get things done.

mks
16-10-2010, 06:08
They should make the forum at forum.ovh.com and have subforums for each country. I post here for help because the IE forums are dead.

zydron
16-10-2010, 00:02
Quote Originally Posted by DigitalDaz
I think its worse than that, don't you have to create a new account to use the ie forums?
yes you have to...

in my case, I have an account on the dutch forum, but later registered here, because the UK community is much more active then the dutch one.

Andy
15-10-2010, 23:44
Probably. I don't see why they would link in the user base.

DigitalDaz
15-10-2010, 23:43
I think its worse than that, don't you have to create a new account to use the ie forums?

Andy
15-10-2010, 23:41
+1 to Winit. You should keep all English speaking forums as one. I for one won't go there just to help US and IE people. Ever wonder why they come here. WE HELP. Please learn from your mistakes and our suggestions.

Winit
15-10-2010, 21:35
It's a shame that you continue operate separate forums for English users.

A good idea would be to have one forum for English with sub-forums for the various countries.

Users will always flock to this forum as it is the most active.

fozl
15-10-2010, 18:23
A shiny new sub-forum for you here.