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A co-writing community
22nd-Oct-2006 06:36 pm
Hi everyone,

After the last post here, minimorr and I were wondering how to handle stuff like that. Since we don't want to be "dictator-mods", we thought we ask how you are thinking about it.

Originally baileys_project was meant to be the community just for the co-writing threads. That's why we also made no_baileys for all the other stuff, like for example, the post in question. For us, personally, it is easier like that since we don't have to look for the co-writing threads.

But since this is a community we would like to hear your opinion concerning this.
Would you rather have only those threads which we're actively co-writing in here;
or don't you mind having random posts in-between as well?

We are always open for any sort of input and ideas. :)
22nd-Oct-2006 06:13 pm (UTC)
I wouldn't mind occasional inbetween-posts of different things, but it makes me wonder what the extra community is for, then. Splitting it neatly up or just fusioning both comms into one would be more logical.
22nd-Oct-2006 07:48 pm (UTC)
I agree with shadowvalkyrie.
I don't mind the inbetween, but I think it's more organized if we split it up.

*filters through stacks of unsorted papers*

Of course organization can be over rated :)
23rd-Oct-2006 03:12 am (UTC)
I personally think that the way you have organised it works - and is effective.

Your original idea was fine. -grins appreciatively-
23rd-Oct-2006 10:33 am (UTC)
Great idea for a community.
23rd-Oct-2006 12:35 pm (UTC)

I'd rather stick to the "topic" here, and thus see no irrelevant random-posts between the stories. That's why we have the side community, right? ^_^
23rd-Oct-2006 02:04 pm (UTC)
My bad, sorry! I'll stick with these rules from here on.
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