Martin Sojka

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WoodworkingWeb Awards: Giving the Gift of Boxes #2: And the Winners are ...

Our Winter WoodworkingWeb Awards are over and we finished with 15 entries. I would like to thank you all who participated by submitting entries or voting! Here are the winning creations: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Winner ...

Woodworking Monthly #6: Issue 2.01 / January 2017

January 2017 Issue of our Woodworking Monthly is here. Have a good read! Editorial Winter Awards Feature Article by Les Hastings Feature Article by Paul Miller Editor’s Choice Tool Review: Hogger Rasp Woodworkers of the...

WoodworkingWeb Awards: Giving the Gift of Boxes #1: Announcement

Theme: Giving the Gift of Boxes Build a special box for a special someone and share the beauty and the inspiration with us, for this Winter Awards. Click here to visit the Awards pages Winner $200 Cash Prize Runner-Up $50 Cash...

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23 Comments

Scrollgirl ...

Thanks Martin! :)

Craftsman on the Lake ...

Welcome back Martin!

EmCee58 ...

Congratulations on the new start-up Martin and good to “see” you again!!
Best of Luck to you on this latest venture!

grizzman ...

thanks a bunch martin, im looking forward to this.

MarkinBrandon ...

Looking forward to seeing this site boom! Congratulations on the new site.

GaryL ...

Good luck on building another great community!

Greg ...

Good to be at the start of this site…it will be a definite winner…!

Celticscroller ...

Love the set up.

Tim Dahn ...

Thank you Martin! Glad to see you back.

Frenchy ...

I now have been on this site for a few weeks
I find it difficult to navigate and to use.
I had trouble posting replies and then I could not find what I just posted,.

David L. Whitehurst ...

Martin, this is a great site and environment. I like that it has lots of different ways to communicate with each other, yet still keep us connected to the site. I’m an enterprise Java web professional and I’m always thinking about software use. This is nice, effective, and easy to use.

Martin Sojka ...

Thanks for nice feedback, David.

grizzman ...

COULD YOU PLEASE REMOVE A1JIM FROM BEING A FOLLOWER OF ME, THANK YOU

grizzman ...

im sorry martin, please disregard my request…

Asim ...

Thanks for the add Mr Martin