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georgelincoln

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Why two forums that serve the same purpose?
« on: January 31, 2015, 12:30:48 pm »

There's one called 'Asset Exchange' and one named 'Assets Board' which appear to serve essentially the same purpose. "ANNs" are dumped directly into each forum, introducing a level of redundancy. I'm sure there's a great reason for this but it eludes me at the present time.
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Re: Why two forums that serve the same purpose?
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2015, 02:29:55 pm »

There's one called 'Asset Exchange' and one named 'Assets Board' which appear to serve essentially the same purpose. "ANNs" are dumped directly into each forum, introducing a level of redundancy. I'm sure there's a great reason for this but it eludes me at the present time.

I would imagine that the "Asset Exchange" board is for anything to do with the asset exchange, such as use, ui, fees, ideological discussions, technical support and so on. The Asset Board is probably for use by individual assets for things like announcements.

At some point a moderator should probably move a bunch of threads from one to the other but then again I have grown fond of the coke vs. pepsi nature of the boards. Besides, there is very little to discuss about the AE itself which doesn't fall into some other category, like the recent problems with invisible dividend payments.
 

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