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Message 103812 - Posted: 25 Apr 2005, 21:20:42 UTC
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For Matt Lebofsky (or whomever):

I noticed that on the Classic forums you posted a message stating that folks should start moving over to this board since the old one will be ramped down shortly. However, it seems like anyone who asks a Classic question here is told that this is not the place to discuss such things, and should go back to the Classic board to do so.

Would it be possible simply to create a Classic section of this forum, so that members who are in transition, or who are still running Classic, may ask their questions here without being told to 'go away'?

I think this might ease the transition for a lot of folks, and keep many of the lingering Classic questions in one place where they may be properly addressed.

Just a thought. :)

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Message 103875 - Posted: 26 Apr 2005, 0:48:24 UTC
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You need to drop classic and not worry about it, otherwise ask your questions in the classic forums.....Just my opinion.....
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Message 104033 - Posted: 26 Apr 2005, 13:06:27 UTC - in response to Message 103875.

> You need to drop classic and not worry about it, otherwise ask your questions
> in the classic forums.....Just my opinion.....
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Yes, well you just made my point. Thanks. Matt asked the Classic people to start using these boards. You want to tell Matt he's wrong... go ahead.

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