Re: Vote: Best Method to Improve this Forum
posted at 8/18/2012 2:37 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Vote: Best Method to Improve this Forum
[QUOTE]Run it like SOSH is. Moderate it and make subjective decisions as to who is here to inflame, fake concern, pretend to be a Sox fan, annoy others purposely, and waste your time. Stop the bumping up of threads of those who were positive to belittle them. Ask everyone at registration to identify who their team is and issue them a moniker that earmarks them as such and then you will know who you are talking to or want to ignore or take with a grain of salt.
Posted by Calzone65[/QUOTE]
The soultion is simple...1 IP address = 1 screen name...thereafter allow everyone a voice and let us choose who we respond to or not.
I would also suggest that they delete all of the other Red Sox forums and drill it down to one with mulitple threads designated by topic. After signing on, simply click on the one you'd like to open and then find a topic that you want to participate in and/or start a thread that is within the guidelines of each.
/>Game Day Thread
; with pre-loaded links about that days opponant and team vs team stats etc..maybe incorporate the updated score of the game in the title and perhaps a link to the scoreboard for all games played that day?
/>Post Game Thread
; with the pre loaded links to the box scores and updated standing from the previous game...
/>This Week in Baseball
; a thread designed for all fans of the game to gather to discuss the daily results, transactions and the news of the day with links to storylines and stats.
; Where we can go and interact with fans from other teams like the old Dem Yanks thread or where threads like the Rays aren't going away are found...
/> Hot Stove Thread;
Mainly an offseason thread to discuss free agency, roster moves, top prospects etc...but could also include draft, trade dealine and waiver wire deals etc.
/> Create a My Post's
with links to threads that I've already participated in. One of my greatest struggles with this forum is that there are many threads that are redundent and sifting through all of the noise to find a thread that I've already particiapted in, one that merits further debate can be frustrating.