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I agree with your idea Tiefling. I was thinking of something similar the other day. I think it would be valuable to have a section where people could post ideas, thoughts, or code for general discussion, like a larger, less temporary chatterbox, but with threaded posting, etc. I think it might also be nice for this area not to use the voting system in this area.

Of course the lack of voting might be an issue, as some people might abuse the area, and post personal flames and ask how to do homework. If this were the case, a moderation system might have to be enabled, perhaps by friars and above.

Having said all that, It would work even with the voting system enabled, but with it being a discussion foroum with people's opinions, I can see the voting system being abused as well.


In reply to Re: Parlour? by xphase_work
in thread Parlour? by Tiefling

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