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Valamir
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« on: February 06, 2003, 09:41:45 AM »

With all the discussions going on about Gen Con and later they'll be some about Demon Con and various different projects and what not...I had a thought that having a seperate forum to discuss Forge related events and projects might be useful.  Historically such discussions have gotten dumped in Site Discussion and currently in Publishing...but in the later case especially I think alot of the talk is really clutter that could hinder someones ability to find good actual publishing related resources.

Good Idea?
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xiombarg
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« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2003, 10:04:56 AM »

Quote from: Valamir
With all the discussions going on about Gen Con and later they'll be some about Demon Con and various different projects and what not...I had a thought that having a seperate forum to discuss Forge related events and projects might be useful.  Historically such discussions have gotten dumped in Site Discussion and currently in Publishing...but in the later case especially I think alot of the talk is really clutter that could hinder someones ability to find good actual publishing related resources.
I like it. Like "Connections" it would have to be a forum that people would have to keep an eye on to prevent it from becoming RPG.net (in the worst sense of that, nothing wrong with RPG.net in general), but I think the "Connections" forum has shown it could work.
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