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Subject: Re: Thoughts on a board for every article? Date: 7/4/2008 1:26 PM
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Perhaps daybagger and spiffy-pop should link to a single article/page and thus have a single discussion board?

I think you're probably correct in this example since they are so related and have little chance of being expanded into much more than they currently are. The decision in cases like this will be made on the wiki and not in the board creation process.

In the short term, I will create boards on a weekly basis for every well-developed article, since they have a greater chance of having a conversation about them. I'll start at the top of the list here:
http://wiki.fool.com/index.php?title=Special:Longpages

And I'll start with this page:
http://wiki.fool.com/wiki/Dividend
Fool on TMFGebnir and TMFJazzysav!

It might make sense in the long-term to go with boards per category but we'll see how it goes this way for now.

If anyone wants a board created about an article just email flossary@fool.com and I'll create it that day.

Jeremy
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