View Full Version : Did you miss a forum?
12-03-2002, 04:15 PM
No PoP General Discussion any more?
12-03-2002, 04:48 PM
I intentionally left it out since the PoP forums were to be temporary. I figured there was little/no sense in making the forum over again, just to shoo folks out of it in a week or two. I'd say it's about time for those discussions to go to their respective forums, so we don't lose data from folks talking about things (especially quests) in more than one spot. :)
12-04-2002, 05:17 AM
With all the new tinkering stuff and the lifting of the ezboard restriction, might it be an idea to give tinkering it's own forum this time?
12-04-2002, 05:22 AM
On a related note, us rogues would like to see a specific poison forum. EQTraders treats it more like a tradeskill then some other sites I've seen.
12-04-2002, 11:01 AM
Ouch, not meaning to be picking, but getting peoples bookmarks etc is going to take forever as it is; leaving the primary EQtraders navigation pointing to the old boards is just going to make it worse.
I am still instinctively hitting the icon on the left of the main site and thinking "eh, why am I here?"
I'm willing to bet you have a fair percentage of people who do not read the news but jump straight via the main site (front page or even the recipe page of their chosen tradeskill) to the message boards.
I know there's a warning that the boards have been replaced, but it is where the EZboard warnings about broken sigs etc traditionally have been (so casual users can usually ignore that text)... not saying the warning should go, but updating the navigation so that people either get straight here (nice for those of us paying attention) or to a page that repeats the news information (i.e. forces their attention onto the fact that there is a new message board system, they'll have to re-register, etc) will make the transition faster IMHO.
12-04-2002, 11:20 AM
Aye, I'll get to all the navigation changes in the next day or so. I wanted to be a bit more awake before I made sweeping changes to close to 100 pages and repushed them, and there's not enough time this morning before my chiropractor to do all the changes needed.
(yes, I am VERY much looking forward to when the database is ready, and I only have to change such things in a single template, instead of zillions of hard-coded pages.)
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