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Re: New Board Index Topic - Retirement Planning

Post by LadyGeek » Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:45 am

I merged Munir's thread into an earlier (2016) discussion. My position has not changed.
LadyGeek wrote:
Sun Jun 19, 2016 8:17 am
I'm in the "leave things alone" camp as I have my hands full just trying to keep the existing forum structure organized.

One of the most common errors is to post a consumer issue discussion in the personal finance forum. For example: Internet/WiFi speeds and costs - I'm not picking on this member, it's just the latest of many.

A long time ago, the members requested that I post in a thread whenever it was moved. Otherwise, they could not find it. Searching for "this thread is now in" LadyGeek site:bogleheads.org shows I've moved 2,470 threads since I started posting the moves.

Going to an even finer resolution on topics will complicate things even more, especially when a discussion spans several topics.
^^^ The count is now at 3,400 threads moved.
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Re: New Board Index Topic - Retirement Planning

Post by grok87 » Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:47 am

LadyGeek wrote:
Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:45 am
I merged Munir's thread into an earlier (2016) discussion. My position has not changed.
LadyGeek wrote:
Sun Jun 19, 2016 8:17 am
I'm in the "leave things alone" camp as I have my hands full just trying to keep the existing forum structure organized.

One of the most common errors is to post a consumer issue discussion in the personal finance forum. For example: Internet/WiFi speeds and costs - I'm not picking on this member, it's just the latest of many.

A long time ago, the members requested that I post in a thread whenever it was moved. Otherwise, they could not find it. Searching for "this thread is now in" LadyGeek site:bogleheads.org shows I've moved 2,470 threads since I started posting the moves.

Going to an even finer resolution on topics will complicate things even more, especially when a discussion spans several topics.
Agree. I see no need for this.
Keep calm and Boglehead on. KCBO.

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