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Subject: Re: Thoughts on a board for every article? Date: 7/3/2008 10:04 AM
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As this builds out your going to have multiple terms that are closely related which could cause a different type of confusion if you have a board for each. Consider "daybagger" and "spiffy-pop" for example; do you really want two separate discussion boards?

I lean towards a board per term/article but there will be some jumble that can occur. Can it be a default for one board per article but allow for a manual override to join certain terms into one board? (Probably not practical but thought it was worth asking.)

Perhaps daybagger and spiffy-pop should link to a single article/page and thus have a single discussion board?


Karl ~ strolling through
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