Bruce Hayes wrote:
Okay, I am confused again (or perhaps still).
I thought we were supposed to include the "TN" acronym at the start of the subject line. Now I see you using "WTN" which, I assume, stands for Wine Tasting Note.
Are we to use WTN now? Just when I think I have life figured out, things change.
Here's the issues:
The tasting note/recipe archiving software only recognizes "TN:" or "RC:" in the title. If your tasting note or recipe note doesn't have a title that starts with one of those strings, it won't be archived.
The new forum software has a minimum of 3 characters for a search string. Hence, you can't use the forum's search facility to find "TN" or "RC" (note that the colon doesn't count--it's considered punctuation).
I proposed a hybrid solution to keep both the archiver and the forum search facility happy:
Start the subject line of a tating note with "TN:", as at present. Then put "WTN" (for Wine Tasting Note) at the start of the body of the note itself. This will keep both the archiver and the search facility happy. For recipes in FLDG, use "RC:" in the subject and "RCP" in the body.
I discussed this with Robin and Jenise via mail and they thought it was a good idea. They were supposed to make an official announcement of this, but apparently haven't got around to it yet.