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I'm all for it.
I would like to see this expansion cover the fan fiction area as well. As most of you should know, I'm a reasonable writer of 40k stories, so this is an area close to my own heart. As for the forums, which will no doubt be a singular one so as to not to have large numbers of forums that people will inevitable get *****ed off having to sign up to two or three or different boards.
My current line of thinking is to have a group of core mods that either have free reign over all the boards, or to have groups of mods in charge of overall boards seperated by topic, eg, two in charge of the 40k board, two for FB, two for I-Kore, etc.
These boards, such as the large sprawling 40k/FB ones, would then further be split into smaller sections with lesser moderators controlling them in smaller groups. In this way we've still got a hierarchy, and a good spread of control so if there are troublemakers that we can still smite them good, hard and soon.
"It fits like clothes made out of wasps!"
Covering more things is always good but nothing comes immediately to mind.
As for the mod system there is already a sort of hierarchy -
Administrators (BH, MB and CC)
Global mods (Bornin and toastee)
Ones in charge of overall sections (Slai etc)
Ones in Charge of a few forums (Me, Mel etc)
It works okay, maybe a few more mods for individual forums or you could give the ones with less forums a few more.
...and in posting that you add nothing to the discussion, since it is a blatant re-hashing of what i have already said.
"It fits like clothes made out of wasps!"
Then I suppose you could say I am agreeing with you.
What I am saying though is that you are making a suggestion for such a system, I am saying we near enough have it already. Not quite the same. As for the RPG thing, Disagreeing would be stupid because I don't so I have to say the same thing, I am saying that it also has my agreement.
Your post was a suggestion mine was pointing out it is there and just needs a few tweeks.
Not really... he said either "a group of core mods who have free reign over all the boards", or "have groups of mods in charge of overall boards seperated by topic, eg, two in charge of the 40k board, two for FB, two for I-Kore, etc." - I'd like the core group of global mods idea better. A small group of implicitly trusted people who have authority in every forum would be able to respond to things quicker IMHO, since people don't read the same things at the same time. Sometimes there are no moderators for <insert forum name>, and no Global Moderators online either, so it could take a while for the crap to be cleared as it were, especially if everyone has gone to bed for the night. If there were different groups of moderators, each group only having authority in a single forum, then the spam would stay for longer, at least until someone with the ability to clean up comes along, but that could take a whole night or maybe even longer if nobody decides to come online for a day or two.
Magic The Gathering?
Advanced Dungeons and Dragons?
Star Trek RPG? (I know a lot of people, including myself, and a learned admin are fans of Star Trek RPG's)
Star Wars RPG
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we should have a forum dedicated to Suggestions for GW as a whole , right now there is only suggestions for LO
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Thats a nice idea Chad. We believe that GW workers look in here every now and then (probably as much as anything to make sure its not turned into a GW copyrighted materials swapshop).
So why not have a forum, conveniently signposted for their attention, where the very most choicest ideas and crits are posted? I think we would have to look at house rules for other GW forums in LO so that particular ideas had to be voted up to the Best Ideas forum. Otherwise every Tom, Dickhead and Hairyarse will be posting their own pet witterings directly on there without any debate or consultation.
Perhaps have it locked in such a way so as only Mods could put stuff in there, after petitioning from us plebs (and Mods wouldn't be able to post their own stuff without consulting with non-Mods)
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Why no forum for Yu-gi-oh? It may look childish but it dose get compatative.
00:12:50-) (+Hard_Aun|sleepage) anyway, three months back i got out of bed and came downstairs loud, fast and naked with a club