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  • This Board has too many sections

    It feels dead since everything is so spread out. There's a different section for every little thing. Wouldn't it be better to just have about 2 or 3 sections?

    - General talk

    - General news

    - Etc.

    Everything would be more lively and eventful if all the members were directed towards only a couple of threads. Think Urban Vs. Suburban.

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    Re: This Board has too many sections

    That's partly because there was originally two forums, this one and "Armenian Genocide forum". Eventually someone decided that having a forum dedicated just to a trivial incident in Armenian history wasn't worth the money, so the AG forum had to go. After all, there are so many much more important things to discuss, like cars, and rabiz, and that vital and recurring topic of why female Armenians like negros.
    However, those responsible didn't want to loose face by actually completely deleting AG forum - so everything was transfered onto Hyeclub, including all the subforums. And since this forum already had its AG section there was much duplication.
    Plenipotentiary meow!

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      Re: This Board has too many sections

      Originally posted by bell-the-cat View Post
      .. Eventually someone decided that having a forum dedicated just to a trivial incident in Armenian history wasn't worth the money, so the AG forum had to go.
      Wow ... looks like some feelings were hurt along the way
      this post = teh win.

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      • #4
        Re: This Board has too many sections

        I think that the Armenian Genocide Boards need to be moved to the Armenian Forums, under the "Armenian History" section. The History section should have subsections too i.e, "pre history to middle ages" maybe like up to the persians, then from Persian conquest up to right before the hammidian massacres, then the "Genocide" section, and then a post genocide section so "USSR and Independence"

        Also i think the Armenian Language should have it's own board too
        Due to budget cuts the light at the end of the tunnel has been turned off.

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        • #5
          Re: This Board has too many sections

          Originally posted by ara87 View Post
          I think that the Armenian Genocide Boards need to be moved to the Armenian Forums, under the "Armenian History" section. The History section should have subsections too i.e, "pre history to middle ages" maybe like up to the persians, then from Persian conquest up to right before the hammidian massacres, then the "Genocide" section, and then a post genocide section so "USSR and Independence"

          Also i think the Armenian Language should have it's own board too
          That's the problem. What's the point of creating all these sections? This entire Board doesn't have enough discussions/members to warrant the need for such a wide of range of sections. All it needs is 2 or 3 sections in which people can talk about whatever they choose.

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          • #6
            Re: This Board has too many sections

            Originally posted by Muhaha View Post
            That's the problem. What's the point of creating all these sections? This entire Board doesn't have enough discussions/members to warrant the need for such a wide of range of sections. All it needs is 2 or 3 sections in which people can talk about whatever they choose.
            Well I understand where you're coming from, like on the general boards, not that many people actually use hte jokes, cars, sports, movies, etc boards and they could all be in "General talk" and if the amount of users stays the same that would be fine but if there was an influx in posters it wouldn't work so well.


            As for the genocide boards and the armo history section, they should be divided and classified. if you just lump them into one group, it's going to be hard to find threads on specific things.

            If i create a thread about Urartu or Hayasa, or Medieval Armenia, they're going to be shove down and lost in the endless amounts of AG threads, and some users aren't going to bother to look back, to try and see if there's already a thread on that and the'yll just make an almost identical thread.



            The problem with this forum isn't really too many sections, it's lack of active users that actually post
            Due to budget cuts the light at the end of the tunnel has been turned off.

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            • #7
              Re: This Board has too many sections

              The Forum & HyeClub used to be very simple back in the days.
              Positive vibes, positive taught

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              • #8
                Re: This Board has too many sections

                Originally posted by bell-the-cat View Post
                That's partly because there was originally two forums, this one and "Armenian Genocide forum". Eventually someone decided that having a forum dedicated just to a trivial incident in Armenian history wasn't worth the money, so the AG forum had to go. After all, there are so many much more important things to discuss, like cars, and rabiz, and that vital and recurring topic of why female Armenians like negros.
                However, those responsible didn't want to loose face by actually completely deleting AG forum - so everything was transfered onto Hyeclub, including all the subforums. And since this forum already had its AG section there was much duplication.
                Your continuous complaining about the fact that the two forums were merged is amusing. Instead of receding with time, as with most pain in life, yours just continuously maintains, like the energizer bunny.

                Furthermore, reference to "those responsible" is a bit silly because eventually all such ultimate decisions are undertaken by the webmaster and the person who legitimately owns these sites, not us.

                As mentioned previously, unless and until you can cough money to do it yourself, be my guest.

                I do feel for the posters who do not like that the forum was merged, but that was a decision done by the webmaster.

                All good things in life come to an end, and fortunately, so too, do the bad.
                Achkerov kute.

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                  Re: This Board has too many sections

                  Originally posted by Anonymouse View Post
                  All good things in life come to an end, and fortunately, so too, do the bad.
                  Wow this is one of the best quotes I've ever read, did you get it from somewhere or is it of your doing? Copyright it NAO!

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                  • #10
                    Re: This Board has too many sections

                    Originally posted by Muhaha View Post
                    Wow this is one of the best quotes I've ever read, did you get it from somewhere or is it of your doing? Copyright it NAO!
                    Believe it or not, when we don't spend time whining and complaining about needless and trivial things, people can reap the maximum utility of their minds.
                    Achkerov kute.

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