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Sports - in general

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So we have a few subforums associated with sport but none are used that often. Likewise for something like the olympics where does it go?
I am for making a general SPORTS forum at the same level as General with the mainly used sports having their own sub to SPORTS.

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Makes sense to me.
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Personally I prefer everything in one place. Mishmash of topics. IMO reflects natural conversation patterns.

You wouldn't know if you're interested in a subject unless you found out about it. I know some people would never visit sports forum but that doesn't mean they wouldn't have any opinions on it.
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notageek wrote: Mon Aug 02, 2021 2:17 am Personally I prefer everything in one place. Mishmash of topics. IMO reflects natural conversation patterns.

You wouldn't know if you're interested in a subject unless you found out about it. I know some people would never visit sports forum but that doesn't mean they wouldn't have any opinions on it.
We’ll, you fulfilled the mismash of topics all right …
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I was wondering where my post went.
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I was thinking about fully flattening sport but wanted to float a halfway house first

Unless there is any objection I'll flatten all sport into a single sport subforum
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Makes sense.
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