Loc: Westlake Village, CA
By this point, we've hopefully earned the reputation of good at listening to the feedback, and acting where it made sense to (given the overall picture). With that in mind, the plan is to attempt stuff, and watch how it goes, and adjust.
But, given what we've found in the original three forums, and how those topics are now reallocated where appropriate to all the forums, I don't suggest you do that.
And I doubt we will. One link to "general Discussions" so we get the same look and feel of the same old group of us bullshiiting around in Stan's lounge and the political forum while one more link to "most active" will give us the whole spectrum of action in your forums.
Don't worry about this group being shy about shooting their mouth off about servers, iPhones, OSX, games, or online services. They need no encouragement. A life, yes, we need one of those, but ...
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