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Author Topic: OK, so where are all the Flybe aircraft ??? (Radarbox nr Exeter, Devon)  (Read 75486 times)

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AirNav Development

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Re: OK, so where are all the Flybe aircraft ??? (Radarbox nr Exeter, Devon)
« Reply #105 on: February 01, 2010, 06:37:46 PM »
As we all have noticed the same users that created the problems in this thread failed to properly address our comments so, one more time, a very limited number of users uses our forum with specific intentions.

It is widely known that the radarspotters internet group has, as sole purpose, to damage the image and reputation of AirNav Systems with false comments, unsolicited emails, false mentions and false facts. It is also known that this is being backed, directly and indirectly by our competitors who always have used this kind of games.

It is also widely known that the 2 administrators of the radarspotters group are directly or indirectly connected with Martin Lynch and Sons, a british company that distributes our competitors system. It is also known that they promote SBS, PP and don't allow free communication of RadarBox fans on their forum.

In resume our competitors created that forum with the sole purpose of attacking AirNav Systems indirectly (ie not on their own internet site but using external resources). They of course don't want to be seen as the ones behind radarspostters.

We now have dozens of facts that our attorney is collecting to file a lawsuit against the administrators of the radarspotters group. What is being done there, according to British law and our attorney, is totally illegal and every false statement made or allowed to be made by someone with responsibility in this area (the moderators/administrators of an internet group read by hundreds of users daily) cannot affect the reputation and good name of a company like ours. They don't simply allow it to happen but to it themselves. This of course halts the reputation of a good company like ours and a necessary compensation will need to be made - we are in free societies but one is not free to do whatever he wants just because he/she wants to do so.

So to all our users:
1- Please accept our apologies for this kind of discussion on our own forum;
2- Let's focus on what matters: RadarBox, MLAT, external updates of our databases and other great features we want to implement on RadarBox;
3- Not allow the same users (DaveReid, etc) to constantly focus on the same old facts for their own interest;
4- Concentrate on what's coming at AirNav in the next weeks/months: starting with the release of RadarBox 3D which is about to be released;

We are totally aware that this kind of posts are annoying for most of you. If that is the case, we apologize. Simply skip reading them and focus on what we all like: tracking flights and bringing innovation to our hobby.

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Re: OK, so where are all the Flybe aircraft ??? (Radarbox nr Exeter, Devon)
« Reply #106 on: February 01, 2010, 06:53:45 PM »
2- Let's focus on what matters: RadarBox, MLAT, external updates of our databases and other great features we want to implement on RadarBox;
3- Not allow the same users (DaveReid, etc) to constantly focus on the same old facts for their own interest;
4- Concentrate on what's coming at AirNav in the next weeks/months: starting with the release of RadarBox 3D which is about to be released;

And so say all of us.

Maybe it's time to implement the SMF mod to allow forum members to set an "ignore" flag against certain users. ;)
http://custom.simplemachines.org/mods/index.php?mod=185
« Last Edit: February 01, 2010, 07:02:15 PM by tarbat »

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Re: OK, so where are all the Flybe aircraft ??? (Radarbox nr Exeter, Devon)
« Reply #107 on: February 01, 2010, 07:39:29 PM »
By the way where are all the FlyBe aircraft?
Dave. Exmoor, North Devon.

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Re: OK, so where are all the Flybe aircraft ??? (Radarbox nr Exeter, Devon)
« Reply #108 on: February 01, 2010, 08:07:06 PM »
3- Not allow the same users (DaveReid, etc) to constantly focus on the same old facts for their own interest;

Wow !  Fame at last !

I'd like to apologise unreservedly for any of my 900-odd posts which may inadvertently have been helpful, like today's outlining how PP MLat works, or yesterday's explaining the difference between the live and delayed network, or Thursday's answering a query on WebTrak, or Monday's response to a question on the Il-76, or the countless ones trying (unsuccessfully) to help AirNav understand the difference between track/heading and TAS/IAS ...

Clearly I will now be confining my efforts to living up to my new-found reputation.
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Re: OK, so where are all the Flybe aircraft ??? (Radarbox nr Exeter, Devon)
« Reply #109 on: February 01, 2010, 08:55:12 PM »
"All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others."

I expect the seven commandments will be declared within 1 day...   ;-)

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Re: OK, so where are all the Flybe aircraft ??? (Radarbox nr Exeter, Devon)
« Reply #110 on: February 01, 2010, 11:15:58 PM »
hi AirNav Development
I agree airnav enough is enough, lets get on with our hobby and the good work your doing for the hobby.
from pat
« Last Edit: February 01, 2010, 11:17:30 PM by radarspotter10 »