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Just installed LiquidThreads... Hope we all dig it. =)

    Voidious17:41, 3 September 2011

    We might!

      Chase-san18:39, 3 September 2011

      Liquid threads are kind of better, but still not ideal. My main concern is that this still requires you to go to different pages, some are difficult to get to (have to know it specifically or get refered). For example, if someone were to ask a question/start a discussion on certain type of targeting etc.

      Personally I think a forum works the best, as it can break things down into different categories and list everything out in a manageable fashion.

      The Facebook group is good, but it lacks the community involvement, in my opinion.

      Google+ seems cool, but I can't sign up for it with my Google Apps account..

      ... and who uses yahoo? :P

        Ultimatebuster01:17, 5 September 2011

        It will take a while to get used to. But there is no need to diff the discussion pages anymore. Neither convert local times to UCT every time I write something. Nice work.

          MN01:59, 5 September 2011

          I have only one complain. LiquidThreads is polluting the Recent Changes page.

            MN02:03, 5 September 2011

            Ultimatebuster: With regards to a forum, personally the problem I would have with a traditional one, is that conversations are often with regards to a specific concept that either has or should have it's own wiki page anyway. The tight linkage between pages and talk pages encourages cross-pollination between the two sides, with discussion inspiring wiki pages and wiki pages inspiring discussion. Plus, I feel that the categories that would be created in a normal forum would be too broad for robocode and cronological sorting within such large groups too limiting.

              Rednaxela05:12, 5 September 2011
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