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    • CommentRowNumber1.
    • CommentAuthorTobyBartels
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2009

    I just moved about half a dozen or more disussions from the n-Forum category (this one) to the General category, on the grounds that they weren't about the n-Forum at all. Most of these were really technical discussions about the Lab, one of which was even started by Andrew, who ought to know the categories on the Forum better than anybody. I think that this highlights how it would be useful to have a Technical category for technical (in the sense of Information Technology) material about the Lab.

    We could convert the existing Lab Elf News category, if that's a good idea.

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    • CommentAuthorAndrew Stacey
    • CommentTimeNov 2nd 2009

    I was keeping the Lab Elf News category as a way of avoiding having a Lab Elf blog, namely it's for Lab Elves to post things that they think Ordinary Users might find useful (such as new features in itex) but which don't particularly need discussing, though I'll admit that I may have gotten the categories a bit mixed up from time to time. But I suppose that it could be expanded.

    In all honestly, the n-forum could probably do with a bit of a clean-up. I've been putting it off until I can implement a feature Mike requested regarding RSS feeds: namely the ability to create an "all but" feed, but of late I've been busy with this lecture (yay! that's two excuses for linking it now).