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Stuart Rogers08/03/2015 11:17:23
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Proceedure for deleting membership would be appreciated.

Thanks.

Bazyle08/03/2015 11:33:40
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Procedure not required, just cease to be active.
If you are concerned on security grounds to have your name and linked to having a workshop then the moderators somehow can probably change your identity.

Stuart Rogers08/03/2015 11:47:19
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Neil Wyatt08/03/2015 15:09:54
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Just blank out your profile details and ender a 'null' user name.

If something has offended or upset you, please feel free to send me a personal message.

Neil

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Oompa Lumpa08/03/2015 15:28:44
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Posted by Stuart Rogers on 08/03/2015 11:17:23:

Proceedure for deleting membership would be appreciated.

Thanks.

I would wonder why? I am not "active" on many forums nowadays and my experience of online "chat" stretches back to the early BBS days and Usenet. Now that anyone can log on to the Internet there are some places you just wouldn't want to go and plenty of people out there ready to tear you apart.

Out of the engineering forums, this one is by far the best. I have met people on this forum in person and without exception they are nice, genuine people it has been my privilege to meet. Some have become good friends and all have been ready and willing to share advice and anything else with great humour and generosity.

If you are building anything mechanical and you are in the UK, you should really be on here because even the dumbest questions are met with understanding - and you get good answers too! smiley

I don't know why you want to leave here, it is none of my business, but I would bet you will be back - even if it is just to read some of the very informative posts and "how to's".

graham.

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