From the sources I’ve found, his wife appears to have been Nella (short for Fenella) and according to at least one article, is living in the south of France.
@joao-pedro-cq Perhaps leaving then rejoining the league now that promotion/relegation is disabled will work? Other than that, there really doesn’t seem to be any option at the moment.
Perhaps we could ask @keithcollantine very nicely if he would mention it briefly at the bottom of a daily roundup? There are likely a lot of people who read the articles that would be interested who don’t necessarilly check the forums. I know I don’t really check the forums all that often.
@keithcollantine Yikes! That’s pretty frightening, I can definitely see why you wouldn’t want to give away anything that might help people get around your existing safeguards. You’re certainly in a much better position to guage the feasability of features than I am.
As for the username verification, I do have the expertise to develop a solution for it, I will contact you shortly via the contact form and we can take it from there.
@joao-pedro-cq The season hasn’t started yet, only starts next week, so you’re still able to join and start from scratch like the rest of us.
Just to know, when does your current season ends?
Finishes around the 18th April. Good luck with trying to get up into second. :)
Can I join more than one league?
AFAIK, you can only be in one league at a time.
I’ve signed up. Hopefully my rookie season will go well.
Just to clarify since the details are not as apparent in the original post:
League: F1F Grand Prix Series
My suggestion would be to, by default, turn pagination on when a mobile browser is detected and to always display the full article on PC browsers, allowing the option to override the default in all cases.
Keith, surely the moderation problem exists to the same extent if people simply reply to their own post with corrections? Or worse, 3 other people reply correcting the initial post. Also, are all posts held for moderation? Surely at least a majority of users’ comments are unmoderated? Assuming that is the case perhaps allowing edits for those registered users would be a solution? I did like the suggestion earlier of putting a short time limit on edits.
As an aside: someone else in the thread mentioned @username verification. That should be fairly simple to implement without incurring much overhead, and would be very useful. perhaps even show a list of similar usernames if no matches are found?