Topics moving around

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Topics moving around

Post by rlown » Sun Jul 15, 2012 9:08 pm

I have to say, I like the movement of topics, except.. You knew that was coming. :)

Some have moved and it felt strange. Not hard to find, but..

Why not order the sections according to the current postings or topic posts. It seems weird that the heavy hitters aren't on top under Sierra Nevada Recreation section.

You could order them by activity or posts.. you have enough data to do so. Winter sports above fishing seems strange.. And yes, I miss Winter.

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Re: Topics moving around

Post by ERIC » Mon Jul 16, 2012 7:33 am

OK. A little reorganization to quiet some of the murmurs. Sort of a compromise, because I'm not a fan of the sort "according to the current postings or topic posts" concept. And I don't have a lot of sympathy for those who say they have a hard time finding a forum or topic - not like things are buried.
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