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Spartacus
September 21st, 2009, 10:35 AM
Whenever a thread gets closed, its just there and takes up space. So there should be a seperate Forum for Closed and Pointless threads. So it doesnt take up space and there is no junk in that section! Also, noobs can see those threads to see what they shouldnt do.

I have come up with this idea because most of the time in the Forums there are hundreds of closed threads. So when you close a thread, there will be a place to move it!

What are your opinions on this?

WisherWisherWish
September 21st, 2009, 10:36 AM
I like it.

But I think they should just get deleted.

Then no one has to view all that crap.

Ivysaur
September 21st, 2009, 10:39 AM
We already had a forum for that ages ago and it wasn't a good idea.

Closed threads are there to remind all the users of what shouldn't be done. If we hid them we'd get a very ugly forum full of random threads and we'd lose some interesting or useful threads that, maybe due to the revival rule, maybe because a graphic artist has given up on their shop, have had to be closed.

Each thread has a different story. Not all the threads are "whos betrt lucario or catrepiue", so making a general, spam forum for all of them wouldn't be fair nor useful.

Spartacus
September 21st, 2009, 10:42 AM
We already had a forum for that ages ago and it wasn't a good idea.

Closed threads are there to remind all the users of what shouldn't be done. If we hid them we'd get a very ugly forum full of random threads and we'd lose some interesting or useful threads that, maybe due to the revival rule, maybe because a graphic artist has given up on their shop, have had to be closed.

Each thread has a different story. Not all the threads are "whos betrt lucario or catrepiue", so making a general, spam forum for all of them wouldn't be fair nor useful.How about if there was just a place for examples of spam for noobs

Cherrim
September 21st, 2009, 10:45 AM
We... just had a thread like this (http://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=195146). :( Let's use that one if you feel there's still something to discuss.

Though I'm pretty sure everyone's gonna go with a no on it--it's just not really needed.