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Canada_Guy

Senior Member

Posts: 15

Location: British Columbia, Canada

1

Monday, May 4th 2015, 9:47pm

Missing posts

I noticed that some posts are missing. One person was looking for a sub $200 WiFi controller. I suggested the BlueSpray. I see that post is gone now (was in the Controllers section). There was another one I responded to. It's gone to.

Are there some posting rules that I'm unaware of?

Thanks.

its02003

New Member

2

Tuesday, May 5th 2015, 9:52am

I am seeing the same thing. I recently asked a question regarding malfunctioning zones and asking for help identifying the valves I was having issues with. My posts along with the helpful responses are all gone.

Wet_Boots

Supreme Member

Posts: 5,269

Location: Metro NYC

3

Tuesday, May 5th 2015, 11:20am

the website had a massive spam attack just recently, and some threads may have been lost in the pruning - and by the way, the thread about the under-200-dollar controller looked suspiciously like an ad

its02003

New Member

4

Tuesday, May 5th 2015, 11:25am

Any chance any of the lost threads might be recoverable?

Canada_Guy

Senior Member

Posts: 15

Location: British Columbia, Canada

5

Tuesday, May 5th 2015, 8:30pm

Thanks for the note Wet Boots.

It was my response that may have come across as an ad.

I recommended the Bluespray based on my own experience. I'm in no way associated with them. I had a hard time finding a WiFi based controller with unlimited programs and run times until I came across this one. I paid full price and then some as I had to ship it in from the US (free trade is far from free).

I believe in sharing with others if I have a good experience with a product, especially if it's from a smaller company (which I assume Bluespray is) that has good support.

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