First - thanks to Paula for reminding me to ask this question.
I remember how bad I felt when diagnosed with CLL and then some time later when I found you all on HU, how much better all your posts made me feel - I'll never forget that.
Thinking about new members, I note the "Pinned" posts on the RHS, also the "recommend" feature.
However I think we all see some great posts, but as yet I'm not sure if we are using the "recommend" feature, and the intentions for this.
I note posts are "Pinned" by the community admins, and I'd agree some manual control is a good idea (don't rely on the computing alone).
I guess HU is perhaps not supposed to be a reference library, however CLL is so dynamic that I think a forum is a good place to keep the information live and relevant.
The start point for new members for me is the "Developing a reliable and current international list of CLL Information & Resources" post.
So me silly question is, should we be using the "Recommend" button more to help the admins identify the best posts to pin ? (I appreciate there may be technical hicups for some)
Guess I'd like a bigger "Pinned" list, if that might be possible ?
You have all written some great posts - I just don't want to lose them.
Recent IGVH/IGHV was a good example - I got well confused by that when I asked my team (I just didn't understand enough before asking), but great answer here on HU.