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UER Forum > Forum Announcements > Removal of Site Concerns (Viewed 8324 times)
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Removal of Site Concerns
< on 5/24/2006 5:40 PM >

Posted on Forum: UER Forum
I have removed the "Site Concerns" section, as I had originally planned to do with "Forum Issues" before I stepped down.

Why?

There are two kinds of threads which occur in "Site Concerns" / "Forum Issues".

5% of the time, there is a thread about a legitamite forum concern, such as a bug, a security issue, or a valid question regarding a feature or function.

From this point forward, any queries of this kind can be directed at a moderator. If the moderator decides that this is an issue that needs further discussion or that the populance of UER should be informed, they will start a thread in Forum Announcements, and discussion can take place there.


95% of the time, the threads in Site Concerns are useless "This site sucks" or "Delete the LDB" bullshit. These kinds of threads are no longer welcome in ANY section of UER. If you really want to argue about some idiot political issue, you can do it on your own website, or on some other website. Not here. This site is about Urban Exploration.

Let's get this site back to it's roots. UE. Not politics.

-av




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