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Author Topic: Too many sub-forums ?  (Read 5202 times)


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Too many sub-forums ?
« on: December 08, 2010, 01:09:36 am »

Some of them seem redundant, why not merge a few and make it more neat ? I dont know about others, but when i encounter a site with loads of sub-forums i find it generally unappealing.


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Re: Too many sub-forums ?
« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2010, 02:00:51 am »

I think that there are some sub-fora that are duplicative, or where it's difficult to decide which one to post in.  A couple of years ago, we would watch the moderators play tennis with new topics.  Eventually, many would simply end up in Off-Topic even though the poster was the only one staying on topic.  In the last year or so, they've taken more of a laissez-faire approach, which, at least, allows someone to ignore off-topic posts and discussion.

But you're right, IMO.  There are too many because they duplicate some issues.  I've even seen some posters ask which topic to post their issue in.
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