Solo wrote:I doubt it would be broken for a single user on a single section, there's probably one thread in there you haven't read. Possibly on the second page where it's less obvious.
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Jedd the Jedi wrote:Personally, I think the change of mood is welcome, the previous forums seemed like a fertile stomping ground for spammers and little kids. However, I think the reins should be slackened a little bit. I know Don and the rest of the administrative/moderation team want to maintain some order, but that doesn't mean you have to stamp out all the fun. I apologise for my mistakes on the forum, but Don's explanation sounded like something a strict teacher might say rather than the words of a moderator of a forum about Star Wars LEGO.
Solo wrote:I'm not sure I know what specifically you're referring to... how I've been replying here, or how I was there?
The Review Forum wrote:...1 thread per set (further reviews should just go in the same forum)...
Jedd the Jedi wrote:Personally I think everyone has been putting on their starched shirts while browsing the forums. It just doesn't feel as fun or as community-based as the old forums, even though many members are returning. Either that or it could just take some time.
Jedd the Jedi wrote:Also, the gleeful thread-locking was less rampant in the old forums.
Jedd the Jedi wrote:The "death of the catch-all threads" is a little awkward, even though I know the intention is good. Many of those threads were fairly useful, particularly the Movie Goodness thread, and one thread on a single movie might not last all that long.
Master Fetty wrote:Am I the only one who thinks the Set Review description is too long? I know its so that everyone understands the rules, but no one really reads them anyway. It just makes the site look less organised than it should.
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