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Sub-forums in Games + Politics modified
Topic Started: Oct 10 2017, 09:27 PM (38 Views)
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Based on the feedback within this thread, I've made a couple of changes to the sub-forums on this board.

First of all, I removed the "Paradox Grand Strategy Games" sub-forum of "Strategy Games". This was partly because it was the only sub-sub-forum we had that wasn't a read-only archive (a pretty confusing arrangement), and partly because activity there had fallen to the point where I felt it didn't need its own forum any more. All topics within this board have been moved into the main "Strategy Games" section.

Secondly, I added two new sub-forums within Current Events and Politics: "United States" and "United Kingdom". Because many of our members are from either the USA or the UK, a large portion of the news posted in there is specific to one of those two countries - and so, I decided to set up these two sub-forums to help British and American members to find news relevant to their home country. (So far, only topics from 2015 or later have been moved into the relevant sub-forums; the older threads will be done later this week :P ).

Finally, I scrapped the "Elections and Referendums" sub-forum, since it overlapped with the new UK/US forums, and it was always a bit of an oddball to begin with.

Enjoy the new layout changes :) !
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