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'O/O Advice' Topic (Where to put it)
« on: July 02, 2019, 06:16:24 pm »
I am nearly finishing my draft on my O/O Advice thread and I am struggling to find an ideal place to put it. I don't want people replying to it, as it might break up the flow of things if I have to post more things to it later. So I am imagining World-Building, considering that that seems to be the only place where you can keep people from posting in topics, apparently. As an aside, I'm thinking of using my existing 'ideal O/O' commentary thread to be where feedback on it can go. This way it could be organized so that I could manage it if need be.

However, could this be more deserving in a better place? World-Building just doesn't seem to 'fit' considering that the subject in question doesn't really work. "So... how can I accomplish this?" is what I am asking.

Offline Avis habilis

Re: 'O/O Advice' Topic (Where to put it)
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2019, 09:27:10 am »
On Topic seems like the place to put it considering the subject material. It's not a usual place for soliloquizing, but I don't see why you couldn't just put something like "please don't reply to this, I'm just jotting down ideas here & not starting a discussion" in the first post, with a "discussion here" link pointing to your commentary.

I'm thinking of using my existing 'ideal O/O' commentary thread to be where feedback on it can go. This way it could be organized so that I could manage it if need be.