MogLite Posted October 6, 2006 Share Posted October 6, 2006 This forum is maturing nicely. However as with any internet resource, they are the people that know what they are talking about, and the people that talk about what they think they know about. Separating the two isn't easy - especially for the newcomers or those based abroad. I've met a fair number of people from this forum, some of whom /really/ know what they are talking about, and I'd trust their advice/design/workmanship Others I've not met, but would be interested in separating the men from the boys, might turn into a useful list. What nobody needs is a slagging list - we all know about Mr Warnes welding So how about a list of skill sets and recommendations ? Rules for the thread are Only positives You must have met the person You must have seen them participating in their skill No bigging up your mates, skills must be genuine Recommendations only, you cannot boast about yourself It would be good if the thread was nice'n'consice and stayed on topic as a reference too. For example HonnitonHobbit - David Lovejoy - safe winching practise He's got other skills, but as an example, this will do. My justification is that I've done a Lantra course led by him where we covered winching skills. I could and will list other people/skills if people think this is a good idea Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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