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Forum restructuring 8 years 4 months ago #2111

  • William Shakespeare
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Instead of waiting for the forum upgrade, I decided to go ahead with some of the planned restructuring. You may notice the following:

1) There is now a new General Discussion section with a new General Shakespeare Discussion forum. Announcements, Review discussions and Suggestions will all reside here. Please don't ask that we move it to the top of the forum listing. This is a general discussion area and we really want to encourage users to discuss in the forum specific to the topic.

2) The old Bits & Bobs forum has gone away and is replaced by this new section.

3) The Sonnets & Poems have been consolidated into a single section.

4) Text editions have been moved out of the William Shakespeare section because that section is more biographical/apocrypha-related. For now, it's in the Performing Shakespeare section.

5) No topics were deleted but some were shuffled around into forums that were related to their subject.

Once the forum is upgraded, there will be a few other additions/changes. As always, post your feedback & suggestions in the Suggestions forum.

https://www.playshakespeare.com/forum/suggestions-for-improvement-and-help
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Forum restructuring 8 years 4 months ago #2118

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Instead of waiting for the forum upgrade, I decided to go ahead with some of the planned restructuring.

Thank you for hopping on that request so quickly, sir;
You are gentleman and scholar both. :D
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