I have been a member of the Foreign Finds forum since the inception and have found it extreemly interesting. I am notified by e-mail of questions, however when my intray was bombarded by some 50+ requests by Isidro I feel I must protest at the "unnecessary hogging" of the forum. If this continues I shall sadly stop receiving the e-mails.
Dr Tony Child
I quite agree with you. I have already given up opening any of his emails, and if it continues I shall also cancel my request to be notified of such messages. It is a shame, because until now I have found it extremely interesting to see what others have found.
I'm sorry for this problem. I'm not a forum moderator, but as a user I receive notifications about new posts on all sections, including the Foreign Finds. I see Isidro is a new member, and he has posted on many old topics, and that's why we received so many notifications. However, these are not emails or requests sent by Isidro to us intentionally, but just messages automatically generated by the system. If you are not interested in those topics, you can ignore the notifications and delete the emails without reading them. It's not going to be like this forever, but I am grateful to Isidro for his contribution to the forum.
I hope this helps.
Tony and Liz,
I know what you mean.
Perhaps Isidro could have fed his questions onto the forum gradually, but to some extent he wasn't to know the consequences of posting them as he did. It appeared as poor etiquette, but was probably unintentional.
To be fair to him, he has answered and contributed usefully to many questions already - so he is giving something back to NaturePlus before he has gained much benefit himself.
I am sure that Isidro has a valuable contribution to make to the Forum as he is well informed. The surprise at receiving so many "contributions" at the same time was seen as excesive. This comment was not meant as a slight on Isidro and I suppose we should applaud the enthusiasm.