Wait, tou mean you're not our dedicated "copy all good stuff from RFO" expert? How would you find the time for anything else?
Enough funny business: I sure would like to help you from time to time but there's just too much to do. And as for the glory / satisfaction part: I wallpapered my office with my replist before I got thrown back so I'm cool...
Assuming that you mean the Wiki gets 260+ page views a week? Still 4 times more than this place though (sorry Alex), which is not too bad, considered that we are not hooked up to the F1 button, and not even listed here...
For what it is worth, the Patterns video was hit 21 times in 1.5 days when I first posted it, all links from here. It has been hit only 7 times in the last day and a half since the link on the Wiki went up, and not all of those hits are for certain Wiki driven. Then again, those 21 where certainly impacted by the fact that we had just done the session, as we only averaged 2-3 hits a day after that. So first off, there are lies, damn lies and statistics. And the impact of the Wiki references is wonderful, but not orders of magnitude more of an audience than we already have. Also, I suspect the reality is the entire Wiki gets 260K page views a week, and every click on a menu node counts as one.
So, good stuff, to be commended, but not the rarefied air associated with, say, Apple sales figures.
The page linking to the patterns video had received about 60 or so visits since it was put up.
I never meant to offend, mislead or lie to anyone. I was simply trying to get a good source of information exposed to more of our users. I think the wiki is a good place to communicate to a large number of users. Good content pulled/posted from multiple sources will make it better over time.
The community as a whole is THE BEST resource for information on using Revit to complete real projects.
Frankly Gordon your explanation is very amazing and wonderful just last part which have reveals i decided to watch it later with some coffee this video is more than worthy.
Hatch 22 is a plugin for Revit that works pretty well to create custom hatch patterns.