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  1. djfly

    djfly Smiter of Spam

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    I'd like to suggest that additional locations be added.
    I understand dividing Calgary and Edmonton as historically, most users were from Alberta.
    I find it a touch odd that we don't have location forums for other parts of Canada (though Nova Scotians has suddenly appeared), or even the rest of the world.
    Perhaps, this could be streamlined, or simply add Atlantic Canada, Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan and Manitoba... Maybe USA and Europe locations too, since the site historically did have a reasonable number of users from Europe and the United States.

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    djfly Smiter of Spam

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    Additionally, you guys could probably nuke the Big Brother 15 forum - that's old news by a good year or something....
     
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    djfly Smiter of Spam

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    Why not start a "Suggested "official" forums" thread?
    Nuke all the empty ones that were migrated over; Let people suggest main topics.
    Avoid a pile of empty forums that never get posts... at least to streamline the site a bit...
     
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    That's a great suggestion. I was thinking of something along those lines as well, but wasn't sure what board users would like.
     
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    Do you guys have any access to the old forums? at least, the data?
    It should be reasonably simple to determine which "official forums" never got used, and which ones did.
    That might be a decent starting point...
     

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