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UPDATE: May 23rd, 2011

on Mon May 23, 2011 3:09 pm
Well, I have changed a few things with the site that I think you guys should be informed about.

For one, I decided to get rid of a few old topics in the Core... no big deal. Otherwise, I deleted three games that were not getting any posts anyway, so those are gone.
I also decided to get rid of the scrolling "latest posts" module that we had for a while. I think it slowed down some member's connection to the sight and caused some lagging. Isn't it easy enough to just look to your right and see the dates and times of posts?

As for forum RPs, I got rid of the designations "Freeform" and "Linear". Hosted games, from now on, will just occupy their own category. Of course, registering for hosting still requires the designation of freeform or linear just so the players know what to expect.

I also deleted the "Legacy Chronicle" or whatever we called it. No one used it and thus was never made. It was honestly just a waste of space. So, therefore, the user group "Sages" has also been deleted AS WELL AS the Philosophers class. I think that class was rather useless and unneeded anyway. Who cares about being a "forum vet" anyway...

Alongside he Chronicle, I deleted the chat box from LS. No one uses it, nor checks it. Discussions that would usually take place on a chat either are done within the I&RC or MSN anyway so just like the other things I deleted, it just allows for less crowding and more organization.

I think these various changes will help. If there are any suggestions as for further things that can be done, or concerns over my decisions, do post them here.


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Re: UPDATE: May 23rd, 2011

on Tue May 24, 2011 10:51 pm
I like all the changes so far. I think it'll help re-focus the site as well too.

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