Forum: The Situation Room > How Do You Do It?
I am making this topic so that if you want to know something about anything, you can post it here. Protocol Red 23:14, 22 July 2007 (UTC)
- Umm... that's the whole point of this forum. If you want to know something, you start a thread with that topic, not post all questions all in one thread. If you feel something should be added or changed in any of our help pages, you can request as much, but this thread is pointless. --Proudhug 02:17, 23 July 2007 (UTC)
- I just thought that with simple Q&A's, a simple question with a simple answer weren't really worth a whole topic, as then this would clog up fast with eventually over 100 topics. I think individual chains are good for things that need opinions, creativity, and ideas. Others can provide input. Protocol Red 02:23, 23 July 2007 (UTC)
- If it's simple stuff, it's probably covered somewhere in the Help section. If not, we can add it. Otherwise I'm sure it's fine in it's own topic. The main page for the Situation Room lists all of the topic titles, so it won't be difficult to find what you're looking for. It's not like were getting a billion topics a day here asking how to do things. If this does become a problem, we can split the forum into a Discussion section and a Help section. That's actually the default forum structure, but I figured there was no reason not to combine it all into one forum, at least for the time being. The new Situation Room's been up for nearly two months and it's barely got a dozen topics as it is. That equals about a hundred topics a year, which isn't unruly at all. --Proudhug 02:47, 23 July 2007 (UTC)
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