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Somehow collecting the phalaris threads and putting them into one place? They seem a bit scattered.. Options
 
justB612
#1 Posted : 8/20/2022 11:17:01 AM

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Recently we've had a few newcomers interested in Phalaris, as well as another thread being active with regular members.

But I kinda have a weird feeling about it, like its a bit scattered.

What do you all think, is it fine, or should we move them closer together somehow?

Any ideas? Smile
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#2 Posted : 8/20/2022 4:15:19 PM

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Don’t see why it’s not a good idea, always good to make finding info easier. There’s just a lot of them…
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#3 Posted : 8/20/2022 4:24:44 PM

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I agree, there are several things which could be collated besides phalaris.

I can't list them here at the moment, sorry!




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justB612
#4 Posted : 9/10/2022 1:16:27 AM

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I was thinking of creating a subforum for it, like we have for so many other things, so its easier to see on the main page (like announcements). Or maybe a branch at one of the subforum, thats still visible in the main page (like suggestions below announcements).

I'll start collecting all the threads I Can this weekend.
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Dozuki
#5 Posted : 9/10/2022 4:01:35 PM

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Would it make sense to have a 'Grasses' sub forum?
I'd be all for it.

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#6 Posted : 9/10/2022 8:36:57 PM

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Dozuki wrote:
Would it make sense to have a 'Grasses' sub forum?
I'd be all for it.

-D.

Seconded. We have questions about various genera of grasses - Festuca, Lolium and Digitaria spring immediately to mind, followed by Elymus/Agropyron.




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