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BDFL - Memuneh
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Topic # 28609 5-Dec-2008 16:50
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Hello folks

Based on some of the traffic we get and the discussions I am proposing changing forums as follow:

- "Popcorn Hour" to be merged into "HTPC"
- "Robotics" to be evaluated
- "CDMA", "GSM" and "SMS/Personalisation" to be merged as "Handset discussions in general"
- "LAN/Router" to be merged with "WiFi" under a "LAN (ethernet/Wifi/routers)" forum
- "IT Pro" and "Sharepoint" to be merged an "IT Pro" forum

Any comments?

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  Reply # 183139 9-Dec-2008 21:01
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It's working great! Nice thinking...

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  Reply # 183196 9-Dec-2008 23:05
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All good choices. When theres lots of forums with not many posts, they dont tend to be that active and dont receive replies as often.

I personally liked how you had offers and wanted at the top of the forum before, it made people notice it more so sales were more active. Being the bottom of the page things don't get that many replies.
Orrrrr it could be this 'economic crisis' that we are in...

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